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Element NameData TypeSizeRequiredDescriptionValue RangeNotesAliases
subjectkeyGUIDRequiredThe NDAR Global Unique Identifier (GUID) for research subjectNDAR*
src_subject_idString20RequiredSubject ID how it's defined in lab/projectid
interview_dateDateRequiredDate on which the interview/genetic test/sampling/imaging was completed. MM/DD/YYYYRequired fielddate
interview_ageIntegerRequiredAge in months at the time of the interview/test/sampling/imaging.0 :: 1260Age is rounded to chronological month. If the research participant is 15-days-old at time of interview, the appropriate value would be 0 months. If the participant is 16-days-old, the value would be 1 month.
genderString20RequiredSex of the subjectM;FM = Male; F = Female
ass_codeIntegerRecommendedAssessment code1::4ass
dsmversString10Recommendedversion/name of assessmentfrm
versionFloatRecommendedVersion/code of assessmentver
type_assIntegerRecommendedType1::61=Proband/subject; 2=Informant; 3=Consensus; 4=Blind; 5=Other; 6=Consensus IItype
reliab_mesIntegerRecommendedReliability measurement1::41=Original; 2=Second; 3=Third; 4=Fourthrel
relationshipString255RecommendedRelationship of respondent to individual
1;2;3;4;5;6;7;8;9;10;11;12;13;14;15;16;17;18;19;20;21;22;23;24;25;26;27;28;29;30;31;32;33;34;35;36;37;38;39;40;41;42;43;44;45;46;47;48;49;50;51;52;53;54;55;56;57;58;59;60;61;62;63;64;65;66;67;68;69;70;71;72;73;74;75;76;77;78;79;80;81;82;83;84; -999
1 = Biological mom; 2 = Biological dad; 3 = Grandparent; 4 = Special education (sped) teacher; 5 = General education teacher; 6 = Occupational therapist; 7 = Speech and language therapist; 8 = Behavioral therapist; 9 = Paraprofessional; 10 = Aide; 11 = Principal; 12 = Administrator; 13 = Other; 14 = Content teacher; 15 = Parent center director; 16 = Self; 17=Adoptive mother; 18=Adoptive father; 19=Foster mother; 20 = Foster father; 21=Grandmother; 22=Grandfather; 23=Step-mother; 24 = Step-father; 25=Aunt; 26=Uncle; 27=Missing Data; 28=Both parents;31= Grandmother from mother side; 32= Grandfather from mother side; 33= Grandmother from father side; 34= Grandfather from father side; 36= Brother; 37= Sister; 38= Cousin; 39= female caregiver; 40=male caregiver; 41=Female child; 42=Male child; 43=Spouse/Mate; 44=Friend; 45=Parent; 46=Significant other; 47=Sibling; 48=Son/Daughter; 49=Son-in-law/Daughter-in law; 50=Other Relative; 51=Paid caregiver; 52=Friends; 90= Other, specify; -999= Missing; 53=Roommate; 54=Supervisor; 55=mother's boyfriend; 56=other parental figure; 57=Summary; 58=counselor ; 59 = other female relative; 60 = other male relative; 61 = non-relative ;62=Maternal Aunt; 63=Maternal Uncle; 64=Maternal Cousin; 65 = Paternal Aunt; 66=Paternal Uncle; 67=Paternal Cousin ;68=Biological/Adoptive Mother and Grandmother; 69=Biological/Adoptive Mother and Stepmother and Grandmother; 70=Biological/Adoptive Mother and Grandmother and Foster Father; 71=Biological/Adoptive Mother and Stepmother and Foster Mother; 72=Biological/Adoptive Mother and Foster Mother; 73=Biological/Adoptive Mother and Biological/Adoptive Father; 74=Biological/Adoptive Mother and Stepmother and Biological/Adoptive Father; 75=Biological/Adoptive Mother and Other; 76=Biological/Adoptive Mother and Stepmother and Stepfather; 77=Biological/Adoptive Mother and Stepfather; 78=Biological/Adoptive Mother and Grandfather; 79=Biological/Adoptive Mother and Stepmother and Foster Father; 80=Biological/Adoptive Mother and Stepmother; 81=Guardian, female; 82=Other female; 83=Guardian, male; 84=Other malep3
ca14IntegerRecommendedCurrent psych treatment status1::51=Inpatient; 2=Outpatient; 3=Day treatment; 4=Nonpatient; 5=Outpatient/day txp4
psych_p5IntegerRecommendedSource of information: Face to face interview with subject0;10=No; 1=Yesp5
psych_p6IntegerRecommendedSource of information: Phone interview with subject0;10=No; 1=Yesp6
psych_p7IntegerRecommendedSource of information: Letter from subject0;10=No; 1=Yesp7
psych_p8IntegerRecommendedSource of information: Face to face interview with relatives or friends0;10=No; 1=Yesp8
psych_p9IntegerRecommendedSource of information: Phone interview with relatives or friends0;10=No; 1=Yesp9
psych_p10IntegerRecommendedSource of information: Hospital records0;10=No; 1=Yesp10
psych_p11IntegerRecommendedSource of information: Research notes0;10=No; 1=Yesp11
psych_p12IntegerRecommendedSource of information: Records from other institutions or therapists0;10=No; 1=Yesp12
psych_p13IntegerRecommendedSource of information: Other0;10=No; 1=Yesp13
psych_p14IntegerRecommendedWork code 1 (full time/part time/etc)0::120=Full time;1=Full time gainful employment that may include temporary layoff up to 3 months; 2=Full time gainful employment with a layoff of more than 3 months but less than 11 months; 3=Part time gainful employment of anything 30 hours or less; 4=Unemployed but expected to work by self or others; 5=Unemployed but not expected to work by self or others (ex. physically disabled); 6=Retired; 7=Homemaker; 8=Student including part time; 9=Leave of absence due to medical reasons - holding job and plans to return; 10=Volunteer work full time; 11=Volunteer work part time; 12=Otherp14
psych_p15IntegerRecommendedWork code 2 (full time/part time/etc)0::120=Full time;1=Full time gainful employment that may include temporary layoff up to 3 months; 2=Full time gainful employment with a layoff of more than 3 months but less than 11 months; 3=Part time gainful employment of anything 30 hours or less; 4=Unemployed but expected to work by self or others; 5=Unemployed but not expected to work by self or others (ex. physically disabled); 6=Retired; 7=Homemaker; 8=Student including part time; 9=Leave of absence due to medical reasons - holding job and plans to return; 10=Volunteer work full time; 11=Volunteer work part time; 12=Otherp15
psych_p16IntegerRecommendedWork code 3 (full time/part time/etc)0::120=Full time;1=Full time gainful employment that may include temporary layoff up to 3 months; 2=Full time gainful employment with a layoff of more than 3 months but less than 11 months; 3=Part time gainful employment of anything 30 hours or less; 4=Unemployed but expected to work by self or others; 5=Unemployed but not expected to work by self or others (ex. physically disabled); 6=Retired; 7=Homemaker; 8=Student including part time; 9=Leave of absence due to medical reasons - holding job and plans to return; 10=Volunteer work full time; 11=Volunteer work part time; 12=Otherp16
psych_p17IntegerRecommendedSubject employed for at least 1 week in past 5 years1;2;31=Yes; 2=No because of psychopathology; 3=No because of another reasonp17
psych_p19FloatRecommendedEmployment hours per week in week priorp19
psych_p20FloatRecommendedEmployment hours per week in best 6 months/5 yearsp20
psych_p21IntegerRecommendedEmployment Impairment in week prior0::90=N/A, did not work during this period due to reasons other than psychopathology; 1=No impairment, high level; 2=No impairment, satisfactory level; 3=Mild impairment; 4=Moderate impairment; 5=Severe impairment; 6=Did not work due to psychopathology; 9=Unknownp21
psych_p22IntegerRecommendedEmployment Impairment in best 6 months/5 years0::90=N/A, did not work during this period due to reasons other than psychopathology; 1=No impairment, high level; 2=No impairment, satisfactory level; 3=Mild impairment; 4=Moderate impairment; 5=Severe impairment; 6=Did not work due to psychopathology; 9=Unknownp22
psych_p23IntegerRecommendedSubject performed household duties for at least 1 week in past 5 years1;2;31=Yes; 2=No because of psychopathology; 3=No because of another reasonp23
psych_p25IntegerRecommendedHousehold Impairment in week prior0::90=N/A; 1=No impairment, high level; 2=No impairment, satisfactory level; 3=Mild impairment; 4=Moderate impairment; 5=Severe impairment; 6=None; 9=Unknownp25
psych_p26IntegerRecommendedHousehold Impairment in best 6 months/5 years0::90=N/A; 1=No impairment, high level; 2=No impairment, satisfactory level; 3=Mild impairment; 4=Moderate impairment; 5=Severe impairment; 6=None; 9=Unknownp26
psych_p27IntegerRecommendedSubject in school for at least 1 week in past 5 years1;2;31=Yes; 2=No because of psychopathology; 3=No because of another reasonp27
psych_p29IntegerRecommendedSchool Impairment in week prior0::90=N/A, has not enrolled in student program during this period due to reasons other than psychopathology; 1=No impairment, high level; 2=No impairment, satisfactory level; 3=Mild impairment; 4=Moderate impairment; 5=Severe impairment; 6=Dropped out or no longer in student program due to psychopathology; 9=Unknownp29
psych_p30IntegerRecommendedSchool Impairment in best 6 months/5 years0::90=N/A, has not enrolled in student program during this period due to reasons other than psychopathology; 1=No impairment, high level; 2=No impairment, satisfactory level; 3=Mild impairment; 4=Moderate impairment; 5=Severe impairment; 6=Dropped out or no longer in student program due to psychopathology; 9=Unknownp30
psych_p31IntegerRecommendedRelations mother week prior0::90 - Not applicable because subject did not have relatives in this category. 1 - Very good; experienced very close emotional relationships with this (these) family member(s). Felt only very minor or occasional need to improve quality of relationship, which was usually close and satisfying. 2 - Good; felt close emotionally to this (these) family member(s). May have occasionally preferred not to have been with them because of dissatisfaction or not to have been actively working with them to improve relationship. 3 - Fair; thought that relationship needed to be closer emotionally even when no conflict was present. May have withdrawn from this person (these people) due to dissatisfaction. For those relatives not living with the subject, contacts with them by choice were less frequent than feasible or rarely enjoyed very much when made. 4 - Poor; felt great deficit in emotional closeness. Regularly preferred to avoid contact with them. For those family members out of the household, subject avoided seeing as much as possible and derived little pleasure from contact when made. 5 - Very poor; felt no emotional closeness with this (these) family member(s). Completely avoided those family members living out of household or was almost always hostile when in contact. 6 - Variable; different levels for various members of this group, and would warrant a rating of good or better (2,1) with at least one member of this group. 7 - Variable; different levels for various members of this group, and would not warrant a rating of good or better (2,1) with any member of this group. 9 - Unknown.p31
psych_p32IntegerRecommendedRelations mother best 6 months/5 years0::90 - Not applicable because subject did not have relatives in this category. 1 - Very good; experienced very close emotional relationships with this (these) family member(s). Felt only very minor or occasional need to improve quality of relationship, which was usually close and satisfying. 2 - Good; felt close emotionally to this (these) family member(s). May have occasionally preferred not to have been with them because of dissatisfaction or not to have been actively working with them to improve relationship. 3 - Fair; thought that relationship needed to be closer emotionally even when no conflict was present. May have withdrawn from this person (these people) due to dissatisfaction. For those relatives not living with the subject, contacts with them by choice were less frequent than feasible or rarely enjoyed very much when made. 4 - Poor; felt great deficit in emotional closeness. Regularly preferred to avoid contact with them. For those family members out of the household, subject avoided seeing as much as possible and derived little pleasure from contact when made. 5 - Very poor; felt no emotional closeness with this (these) family member(s). Completely avoided those family members living out of household or was almost always hostile when in contact. 6 - Variable; different levels for various members of this group, and would warrant a rating of good or better (2,1) with at least one member of this group. 7 - Variable; different levels for various members of this group, and would not warrant a rating of good or better (2,1) with any member of this group. 9 - Unknown.p32
psych_p33IntegerRecommendedRelations father week prior0::90 - Not applicable because subject did not have relatives in this category. 1 - Very good; experienced very close emotional relationships with this (these) family member(s). Felt only very minor or occasional need to improve quality of relationship, which was usually close and satisfying. 2 - Good; felt close emotionally to this (these) family member(s). May have occasionally preferred not to have been with them because of dissatisfaction or not to have been actively working with them to improve relationship. 3 - Fair; thought that relationship needed to be closer emotionally even when no conflict was present. May have withdrawn from this person (these people) due to dissatisfaction. For those relatives not living with the subject, contacts with them by choice were less frequent than feasible or rarely enjoyed very much when made. 4 - Poor; felt great deficit in emotional closeness. Regularly preferred to avoid contact with them. For those family members out of the household, subject avoided seeing as much as possible and derived little pleasure from contact when made. 5 - Very poor; felt no emotional closeness with this (these) family member(s). Completely avoided those family members living out of household or was almost always hostile when in contact. 6 - Variable; different levels for various members of this group, and would warrant a rating of good or better (2,1) with at least one member of this group. 7 - Variable; different levels for various members of this group, and would not warrant a rating of good or better (2,1) with any member of this group. 9 - Unknown.p33
psych_p34IntegerRecommendedRelations father best 6 months/5 years0::90 - Not applicable because subject did not have relatives in this category. 1 - Very good; experienced very close emotional relationships with this (these) family member(s). Felt only very minor or occasional need to improve quality of relationship, which was usually close and satisfying. 2 - Good; felt close emotionally to this (these) family member(s). May have occasionally preferred not to have been with them because of dissatisfaction or not to have been actively working with them to improve relationship. 3 - Fair; thought that relationship needed to be closer emotionally even when no conflict was present. May have withdrawn from this person (these people) due to dissatisfaction. For those relatives not living with the subject, contacts with them by choice were less frequent than feasible or rarely enjoyed very much when made. 4 - Poor; felt great deficit in emotional closeness. Regularly preferred to avoid contact with them. For those family members out of the household, subject avoided seeing as much as possible and derived little pleasure from contact when made. 5 - Very poor; felt no emotional closeness with this (these) family member(s). Completely avoided those family members living out of household or was almost always hostile when in contact. 6 - Variable; different levels for various members of this group, and would warrant a rating of good or better (2,1) with at least one member of this group. 7 - Variable; different levels for various members of this group, and would not warrant a rating of good or better (2,1) with any member of this group. 9 - Unknown.p34
psych_p35IntegerRecommendedRelations stepmother week prior0::90 - Not applicable because subject did not have relatives in this category. 1 - Very good; experienced very close emotional relationships with this (these) family member(s). Felt only very minor or occasional need to improve quality of relationship, which was usually close and satisfying. 2 - Good; felt close emotionally to this (these) family member(s). May have occasionally preferred not to have been with them because of dissatisfaction or not to have been actively working with them to improve relationship. 3 - Fair; thought that relationship needed to be closer emotionally even when no conflict was present. May have withdrawn from this person (these people) due to dissatisfaction. For those relatives not living with the subject, contacts with them by choice were less frequent than feasible or rarely enjoyed very much when made. 4 - Poor; felt great deficit in emotional closeness. Regularly preferred to avoid contact with them. For those family members out of the household, subject avoided seeing as much as possible and derived little pleasure from contact when made. 5 - Very poor; felt no emotional closeness with this (these) family member(s). Completely avoided those family members living out of household or was almost always hostile when in contact. 6 - Variable; different levels for various members of this group, and would warrant a rating of good or better (2,1) with at least one member of this group. 7 - Variable; different levels for various members of this group, and would not warrant a rating of good or better (2,1) with any member of this group. 9 - Unknown.p35
psych_p36IntegerRecommendedRelations stepmother best 6 months/5 years0::90 - Not applicable because subject did not have relatives in this category. 1 - Very good; experienced very close emotional relationships with this (these) family member(s). Felt only very minor or occasional need to improve quality of relationship, which was usually close and satisfying. 2 - Good; felt close emotionally to this (these) family member(s). May have occasionally preferred not to have been with them because of dissatisfaction or not to have been actively working with them to improve relationship. 3 - Fair; thought that relationship needed to be closer emotionally even when no conflict was present. May have withdrawn from this person (these people) due to dissatisfaction. For those relatives not living with the subject, contacts with them by choice were less frequent than feasible or rarely enjoyed very much when made. 4 - Poor; felt great deficit in emotional closeness. Regularly preferred to avoid contact with them. For those family members out of the household, subject avoided seeing as much as possible and derived little pleasure from contact when made. 5 - Very poor; felt no emotional closeness with this (these) family member(s). Completely avoided those family members living out of household or was almost always hostile when in contact. 6 - Variable; different levels for various members of this group, and would warrant a rating of good or better (2,1) with at least one member of this group. 7 - Variable; different levels for various members of this group, and would not warrant a rating of good or better (2,1) with any member of this group. 9 - Unknown.p36
psych_p37IntegerRecommendedRelations stepfather week prior0::90 - Not applicable because subject did not have relatives in this category. 1 - Very good; experienced very close emotional relationships with this (these) family member(s). Felt only very minor or occasional need to improve quality of relationship, which was usually close and satisfying. 2 - Good; felt close emotionally to this (these) family member(s). May have occasionally preferred not to have been with them because of dissatisfaction or not to have been actively working with them to improve relationship. 3 - Fair; thought that relationship needed to be closer emotionally even when no conflict was present. May have withdrawn from this person (these people) due to dissatisfaction. For those relatives not living with the subject, contacts with them by choice were less frequent than feasible or rarely enjoyed very much when made. 4 - Poor; felt great deficit in emotional closeness. Regularly preferred to avoid contact with them. For those family members out of the household, subject avoided seeing as much as possible and derived little pleasure from contact when made. 5 - Very poor; felt no emotional closeness with this (these) family member(s). Completely avoided those family members living out of household or was almost always hostile when in contact. 6 - Variable; different levels for various members of this group, and would warrant a rating of good or better (2,1) with at least one member of this group. 7 - Variable; different levels for various members of this group, and would not warrant a rating of good or better (2,1) with any member of this group. 9 - Unknown.p37
psych_p38IntegerRecommendedRelations stepfather best 6 months/5 years0::90 - Not applicable because subject did not have relatives in this category. 1 - Very good; experienced very close emotional relationships with this (these) family member(s). Felt only very minor or occasional need to improve quality of relationship, which was usually close and satisfying. 2 - Good; felt close emotionally to this (these) family member(s). May have occasionally preferred not to have been with them because of dissatisfaction or not to have been actively working with them to improve relationship. 3 - Fair; thought that relationship needed to be closer emotionally even when no conflict was present. May have withdrawn from this person (these people) due to dissatisfaction. For those relatives not living with the subject, contacts with them by choice were less frequent than feasible or rarely enjoyed very much when made. 4 - Poor; felt great deficit in emotional closeness. Regularly preferred to avoid contact with them. For those family members out of the household, subject avoided seeing as much as possible and derived little pleasure from contact when made. 5 - Very poor; felt no emotional closeness with this (these) family member(s). Completely avoided those family members living out of household or was almost always hostile when in contact. 6 - Variable; different levels for various members of this group, and would warrant a rating of good or better (2,1) with at least one member of this group. 7 - Variable; different levels for various members of this group, and would not warrant a rating of good or better (2,1) with any member of this group. 9 - Unknown.p38
psych_p39IntegerRecommendedRelations spouse/mate week prior0::90 - Not applicable because subject did not have relatives in this category. 1 - Very good; experienced very close emotional relationships with this (these) family member(s). Felt only very minor or occasional need to improve quality of relationship, which was usually close and satisfying. 2 - Good; felt close emotionally to this (these) family member(s). May have occasionally preferred not to have been with them because of dissatisfaction or not to have been actively working with them to improve relationship. 3 - Fair; thought that relationship needed to be closer emotionally even when no conflict was present. May have withdrawn from this person (these people) due to dissatisfaction. For those relatives not living with the subject, contacts with them by choice were less frequent than feasible or rarely enjoyed very much when made. 4 - Poor; felt great deficit in emotional closeness. Regularly preferred to avoid contact with them. For those family members out of the household, subject avoided seeing as much as possible and derived little pleasure from contact when made. 5 - Very poor; felt no emotional closeness with this (these) family member(s). Completely avoided those family members living out of household or was almost always hostile when in contact. 6 - Variable; different levels for various members of this group, and would warrant a rating of good or better (2,1) with at least one member of this group. 7 - Variable; different levels for various members of this group, and would not warrant a rating of good or better (2,1) with any member of this group. 9 - Unknown.p39
psych_p40IntegerRecommendedRelations spouse/mate best 6 months/5 years0::90 - Not applicable because subject did not have relatives in this category. 1 - Very good; experienced very close emotional relationships with this (these) family member(s). Felt only very minor or occasional need to improve quality of relationship, which was usually close and satisfying. 2 - Good; felt close emotionally to this (these) family member(s). May have occasionally preferred not to have been with them because of dissatisfaction or not to have been actively working with them to improve relationship. 3 - Fair; thought that relationship needed to be closer emotionally even when no conflict was present. May have withdrawn from this person (these people) due to dissatisfaction. For those relatives not living with the subject, contacts with them by choice were less frequent than feasible or rarely enjoyed very much when made. 4 - Poor; felt great deficit in emotional closeness. Regularly preferred to avoid contact with them. For those family members out of the household, subject avoided seeing as much as possible and derived little pleasure from contact when made. 5 - Very poor; felt no emotional closeness with this (these) family member(s). Completely avoided those family members living out of household or was almost always hostile when in contact. 6 - Variable; different levels for various members of this group, and would warrant a rating of good or better (2,1) with at least one member of this group. 7 - Variable; different levels for various members of this group, and would not warrant a rating of good or better (2,1) with any member of this group. 9 - Unknown.p40
psych_p41IntegerRecommendedRelations children week prior0::90 - Not applicable because subject did not have relatives in this category. 1 - Very good; experienced very close emotional relationships with this (these) family member(s). Felt only very minor or occasional need to improve quality of relationship, which was usually close and satisfying. 2 - Good; felt close emotionally to this (these) family member(s). May have occasionally preferred not to have been with them because of dissatisfaction or not to have been actively working with them to improve relationship. 3 - Fair; thought that relationship needed to be closer emotionally even when no conflict was present. May have withdrawn from this person (these people) due to dissatisfaction. For those relatives not living with the subject, contacts with them by choice were less frequent than feasible or rarely enjoyed very much when made. 4 - Poor; felt great deficit in emotional closeness. Regularly preferred to avoid contact with them. For those family members out of the household, subject avoided seeing as much as possible and derived little pleasure from contact when made. 5 - Very poor; felt no emotional closeness with this (these) family member(s). Completely avoided those family members living out of household or was almost always hostile when in contact. 6 - Variable; different levels for various members of this group, and would warrant a rating of good or better (2,1) with at least one member of this group. 7 - Variable; different levels for various members of this group, and would not warrant a rating of good or better (2,1) with any member of this group. 9 - Unknown.p41
psych_p42IntegerRecommendedRelations children best 6 months/5 years0::90 - Not applicable because subject did not have relatives in this category. 1 - Very good; experienced very close emotional relationships with this (these) family member(s). Felt only very minor or occasional need to improve quality of relationship, which was usually close and satisfying. 2 - Good; felt close emotionally to this (these) family member(s). May have occasionally preferred not to have been with them because of dissatisfaction or not to have been actively working with them to improve relationship. 3 - Fair; thought that relationship needed to be closer emotionally even when no conflict was present. May have withdrawn from this person (these people) due to dissatisfaction. For those relatives not living with the subject, contacts with them by choice were less frequent than feasible or rarely enjoyed very much when made. 4 - Poor; felt great deficit in emotional closeness. Regularly preferred to avoid contact with them. For those family members out of the household, subject avoided seeing as much as possible and derived little pleasure from contact when made. 5 - Very poor; felt no emotional closeness with this (these) family member(s). Completely avoided those family members living out of household or was almost always hostile when in contact. 6 - Variable; different levels for various members of this group, and would warrant a rating of good or better (2,1) with at least one member of this group. 7 - Variable; different levels for various members of this group, and would not warrant a rating of good or better (2,1) with any member of this group. 9 - Unknown.p42
psych_p43IntegerRecommendedRelations other important relatives week prior0::90 - Not applicable because subject did not have relatives in this category. 1 - Very good; experienced very close emotional relationships with this (these) family member(s). Felt only very minor or occasional need to improve quality of relationship, which was usually close and satisfying. 2 - Good; felt close emotionally to this (these) family member(s). May have occasionally preferred not to have been with them because of dissatisfaction or not to have been actively working with them to improve relationship. 3 - Fair; thought that relationship needed to be closer emotionally even when no conflict was present. May have withdrawn from this person (these people) due to dissatisfaction. For those relatives not living with the subject, contacts with them by choice were less frequent than feasible or rarely enjoyed very much when made. 4 - Poor; felt great deficit in emotional closeness. Regularly preferred to avoid contact with them. For those family members out of the household, subject avoided seeing as much as possible and derived little pleasure from contact when made. 5 - Very poor; felt no emotional closeness with this (these) family member(s). Completely avoided those family members living out of household or was almost always hostile when in contact. 6 - Variable; different levels for various members of this group, and would warrant a rating of good or better (2,1) with at least one member of this group. 7 - Variable; different levels for various members of this group, and would not warrant a rating of good or better (2,1) with any member of this group. 9 - Unknown.p43
psych_p44IntegerRecommendedRelations other important relatives best 6 months/5 years0::90 - Not applicable because subject did not have relatives in this category. 1 - Very good; experienced very close emotional relationships with this (these) family member(s). Felt only very minor or occasional need to improve quality of relationship, which was usually close and satisfying. 2 - Good; felt close emotionally to this (these) family member(s). May have occasionally preferred not to have been with them because of dissatisfaction or not to have been actively working with them to improve relationship. 3 - Fair; thought that relationship needed to be closer emotionally even when no conflict was present. May have withdrawn from this person (these people) due to dissatisfaction. For those relatives not living with the subject, contacts with them by choice were less frequent than feasible or rarely enjoyed very much when made. 4 - Poor; felt great deficit in emotional closeness. Regularly preferred to avoid contact with them. For those family members out of the household, subject avoided seeing as much as possible and derived little pleasure from contact when made. 5 - Very poor; felt no emotional closeness with this (these) family member(s). Completely avoided those family members living out of household or was almost always hostile when in contact. 6 - Variable; different levels for various members of this group, and would warrant a rating of good or better (2,1) with at least one member of this group. 7 - Variable; different levels for various members of this group, and would not warrant a rating of good or better (2,1) with any member of this group. 9 - Unknown.p44
psych_p45IntegerRecommendedRelations friends week prior0::91 - Very good; had several special friends that he/she saw regularly and frequently and was close to. 2 - Good; had at least two special friends that he/she saw from time to time and was fairly close to. 3 - Fair; had only one special friend that he/she saw from time to time and was fairly close to, or contacts limited to several friends that he/she was not very close to emotionally. 4 - Poor; had no special friends he/she saw from time to time and was fairly close to, or contacts limited to one or two friends that he/she was not close to. 5 - Very poor; had no special friends and practically no social contacts. 9 - Unknown.p45
psych_p46IntegerRecommendedRelations friends best 6 months/5 years0::91 - Very good; had several special friends that he/she saw regularly and frequently and was close to. 2 - Good; had at least two special friends that he/she saw from time to time and was fairly close to. 3 - Fair; had only one special friend that he/she saw from time to time and was fairly close to, or contacts limited to several friends that he/she was not very close to emotionally. 4 - Poor; had no special friends he/she saw from time to time and was fairly close to, or contacts limited to one or two friends that he/she was not close to. 5 - Very poor; had no special friends and practically no social contacts. 9 - Unknown.p46
psych_p47IntegerRecommendedCurrent marital status0::7;90= no information; 1=Single; 2=Married; 3=Living/opp; 4=Widowed; 5=Separated; 6=Divorced; 7=Living/same; 9=Otherp47
psych_p48IntegerRecommendedChanges in marital status1::41=Married; 2=Separated; 3=Divorced; 4=Widowedp48
psych_p52IntegerRecommendedPrimary sexual orientation1::3;91=Heterosexual; 2=Homosexual; 3=Bisexual; 9=Otherp52
psych_p53IntegerRecommendedSexual activities week prior1::51=Not having sexual activities - satisfied; 2=Not having sexual activities - unsatisfied; 3=Having sexual activities - good; 4=Having sexual activities - fair; 5=Having sexual activites - poorp53
psych_p54IntegerRecommendedSexual activities best 6 months/5 years1::51=Not having sexual activities - satisfied; 2=Not having sexual activities - unsatisfied; 3=Having sexual activities - good; 4=Having sexual activities - fair; 5=Having sexual activites - poorp54
psych_p55IntegerRecommendedSexual frequency week prior0::40=Never; 1=Once or twice in six months; 2=At least once monthly; 3=At least once weekly; 4=At least 3 times weeklyp55
psych_p56IntegerRecommendedSexual frequency best 6 months/5 years0::40=Never; 1=Once or twice in six months; 2=At least once monthly; 3=At least once weekly; 4=At least 3 times weeklyp56
psych_p57IntegerRecommendedRecreational involvement and enjoyment week prior1::51=Very good; 2=Good; 3=Fair; 4=Poor; 5=Very poorp57
psych_p58IntegerRecommendedRecreational involvement and enjoyment best 6 months/5 years1::51=Very good; 2=Good; 3=Fair; 4=Poor; 5=Very poorp58
psych_p59IntegerRecommendedOverall level of satisfaction week prior1::51=Very good; 2=Good; 3=Fair; 4=Poor; 5=Very poorp59
psych_p60IntegerRecommendedOverall level of satisfaction best 6 months/5 years1::51=Very good; 2=Good; 3=Fair; 4=Poor; 5=Very poorp60
psych_p61IntegerRecommendedRater's global assessment week prior1::51=No impairment; 2=Mild impairment; 3=Moderate impairment; 4=Marked impairment; 5=Severe impairmentp61
psych_p62IntegerRecommendedRater's global assessment best 6 months/5 years1::51=No impairment; 2=Mild impairment; 3=Moderate impairment; 4=Marked impairment; 5=Severe impairmentp62
psych_p63IntegerRecommendedHas the subject had a course ofelectroconvulsive therapy?0;10=No; 1=Yesp63
psych_p64IntegerRecommendedTotal number of coursesp64
psych_p65FloatRecommendedHighest number received during one coursep65
psych_p66DateRecommendedDate of mose recentelectroconvulsive therapyp66
psych_p67FloatRecommendedTotal number in most recent coursep67
psych_p68IntegerRecommendedNon somatic individual/group therapy?0::20=No; 1=Yes currently; 2=Yes but not currentlyp68
psych_p70IntegerRecommendedSubject's judgement of somatic treatment0::40=Not applicable; 1=Very much; 2=Somewhat; 3=Not helpful; 4=Worsep70
psych_p71IntegerRecommendedSubject's judgement ofelectroconvulsive therapytreatment0::40=Not applicable; 1=Very much; 2=Somewhat; 3=Not helpful; 4=Worsep71
psych_p72IntegerRecommendedSubject's judgement of non somatic treatment0::40=Not applicable; 1=Very much; 2=Somewhat; 3=Not helpful; 4=Worsep72
psych_p73IntegerRecommendedSubject's judgement of overall treatment0::40=Not applicable; 1=Very much; 2=Somewhat; 3=Not helpful; 4=Worsep73
psych_p74IntegerRecommendedRater's estimate of psychiatric medication compliance1::61=Excellent; 2=Good; 3=Fair; 4=Poor; 5=Non compliant; 6=Mixedp74
psych_p75IntegerRecommendedNumber of drug lines completed belowp75
medication1_nameString100RecommendedName first medication that the participant has taken999= Legitimately skipped;p76
medication1_dosageString50RecommendedFirst medication dosagep77
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medication_startDateRecommendedStart date of medicationp79
medication_stopDateRecommendedStop date of medicationp80
medication1_changeIntegerRecommendedChange medication 11::41=No change; 2=Changed but no recall; 3=Increased; 4=Decreasedp81
medication2_nameString100RecommendedName second medication that the participant has taken999= Legitimately skipped;p82
medication2_dosageString50RecommendedSecond medication dosagep83
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medication2_startDateRecommendedMedication 2 startp85
medication2_stopDateRecommendedMedication 2 stopp86
medication2_changeIntegerRecommendedChange medication 21::41=No change; 2=Changed but no recall; 3=Increased; 4=Decreasedp87
medication3_nameString150RecommendedName third medication that the participant has taken999= Legitimately skipped;p88
medication3_dosageString50RecommendedThird medication dosagep89
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medication3_startDateRecommendedMedication 3 startp91
medication3_stopDateRecommendedMedication 3 stopp92
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medication4_nameString100RecommendedName fourth medication that the participant has taken999= Legitimately skipped;p94
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medication4_routeIntegerRecommendedRoute medication 41::41=Oral; 2=IV; 3=IM; 4=Otherp96
medication4_startDateRecommendedMedication 4 startp97
medication4_stopDateRecommendedMedication 4 stopp98
medication4_changeIntegerRecommendedChange medication 41::41=No change; 2=Changed but no recall; 3=Increased; 4=Decreasedp99
medication5_nameString100RecommendedName fifth medication that the participant has takenp100
medication5_dosageString50RecommendedFifth medication dosagep101
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medication5_startDateRecommendedMedication 5 startp103
medication5_stopDateRecommendedMedication 5 stopp104
medication5_changeIntegerRecommendedChange medication 51::41=No change; 2=Changed but no recall; 3=Increased; 4=Decreasedp105
medication6_nameString100RecommendedName sixth medication that the participant has takenp106
medication6_dosageString50RecommendedSixth medication dosagep107
medication6_routeIntegerRecommendedRoute medication 61::41=Oral; 2=IV; 3=IM; 4=Otherp108
medication6_startDateRecommendedMedication 6 startp109
medication6_stopDateRecommendedMedication 6 stopp110
medication6_changeIntegerRecommendedChange medication 61::41=No change; 2=Changed but no recall; 3=Increased; 4=Decreasedp111
medication7_nameString100RecommendedName seventh medication that the participant has takenp112
medication7_dosageString50RecommendedSeventh medication dosagep113
medication7_routeIntegerRecommendedRoute medication 71::41=Oral; 2=IV; 3=IM; 4=Otherp114
medication7_startDateRecommendedMedication 7 startp115
medication7_stopDateRecommendedMedication 7 stopp116
medication7_changeIntegerRecommendedChange medication 71::41=No change; 2=Changed but no recall; 3=Increased; 4=Decreasedp117
medication8_nameString100RecommendedName eighth medication that the participant has takenp118
medication8_dosageString50RecommendedEighth medication dosagep119
medication8_routeIntegerRecommendedRoute medication 81::41=Oral; 2=IV; 3=IM; 4=Otherp120
medication8_startDateRecommendedMedication 8 startp121
medication8_stopDateRecommendedMedication 8 stopp122
medication8_changeIntegerRecommendedChange medication 81::41=No change; 2=Changed but no recall; 3=Increased; 4=Decreasedp123
medication9_nameString100RecommendedName ninth medication that the participant has takenp124
medication9_dosageString50RecommendedNinth medication dosagep125
medication9_routeIntegerRecommendedRoute medication 91::41=Oral; 2=IV; 3=IM; 4=Otherp126
medication9_startDateRecommendedMedication 9 startp127
medication9_stopDateRecommendedMedication 9 stopp128
medication9_changeIntegerRecommendedChange medication 91::41=No change; 2=Changed but no recall; 3=Increased; 4=Decreasedp129
medication10_nameString100RecommendedName tenth medication that the participant has takenp130
medication10_dosageString50RecommendedTenth medication dosagep131
medication10_routeIntegerRecommendedRoute medication 101::41=Oral; 2=IV; 3=IM; 4=Otherp132
medication10_startDateRecommendedMedication 10 startp133
medication10_stopDateRecommendedMedication 10 stopp134
medication10_changeIntegerRecommendedChange medication 101::41=No change; 2=Changed but no recall; 3=Increased; 4=Decreasedp135
medication11_nameString100RecommendedMed name11p136
medication11_dosageFloatRecommendedmedication 11 dosagep137
medication11_routeIntegerRecommendedRoute medication 111::41=Oral; 2=IV; 3=IM; 4=Otherp138
medication11_startDateRecommendedMedication 11 startp139
medication11_stopDateRecommendedMedication 11 stopp140
medication11_changeIntegerRecommendedChange medication 111::41=No change; 2=Changed but no recall; 3=Increased; 4=Decreasedp141
medication12_nameString100RecommendedMed name12p142
medication12_dosageFloatRecommendedmedication 12 dosagep143
medication12_routeIntegerRecommendedRoute medication 121::41=Oral; 2=IV; 3=IM; 4=Otherp144
medication12_startDateRecommendedMedication 12 startp145
medication12_stopDateRecommendedMedication 12 stopp146
medication12_changeIntegerRecommendedChange medication 121::41=No change; 2=Changed but no recall; 3=Increased; 4=Decreasedp147
ca960IntegerRecommendedLifetime diagnoses - which criteria were used for diagnoses?0::20=DSM-III; 1=DSM-III-R; 2=DSM-IVp544
ca961IntegerRecommendedLifetime diagnoses - number of Axis I diagnoses0::6p545
ca962FloatRecommendedDiagnosis code 1Axis Ip546
p547DateRecommendedDate began 1Axis I
p548DateRecommendedDate ended 1Axis I
ca963FloatRecommendedDiagnosis code 2Axis Ip549
p550DateRecommendedDate began 2Axis I
p551DateRecommendedDate ended 2Axis I
ca964FloatRecommendedDiagnosis code 3Axis Ip552
p553DateRecommendedDate began 3Axis I
p554DateRecommendedDate ended 3Axis I
p555String15RecommendedDiagnosis code 4Axis I
p556DateRecommendedDate began 4Axis I
p557DateRecommendedDate ended 4Axis I
p558String15RecommendedDiagnosis code 5Axis I
p559DateRecommendedDate began 5Axis I
p560DateRecommendedDate ended 5Axis I
p561FloatRecommendedDiagnosis code 6Axis I
p562DateRecommendedDate began 6Axis I
p563DateRecommendedDate ended 6Axis I
ca965IntegerRecommendedLifetime diagnoses - number of Axis II diagnoses0::6p564
ca966String10RecommendedDiagnosis code 1Axis IIp565
p566DateRecommendedDate began 1Axis II
p567DateRecommendedDate ended 1Axis II
ca967String10RecommendedDiagnosis code 2Axis IIp568
p569DateRecommendedDate began 2Axis II
p570DateRecommendedDate ended 2Axis II
ca968String10RecommendedDiagnosis code 3Axis IIp571
p572DateRecommendedDate began 3Axis II
p573DateRecommendedDate ended 3Axis II
ca969IntegerRecommendedLifetime diagnoses - number of Axis III diagnoses0::6p574
ca970String10RecommendedDiagnosis code 1Axis IIIp575
ca971String10RecommendedDiagnosis code 2Axis IIIp576
ca972String10RecommendedDiagnosis code 3Axis IIIp577
ca959IntegerRecommendedReliability and completeness of information rating1::51=Very good; 2=Good; 3=Fair; 4=Poor; 5=Very poorp578
p579FloatRecommendedPositive Psychotic Syndrome - No. of completed episodes
p580FloatRecommendedPositive Psychotic Syndrome - Duration of completed episodes (weeks)
p581IntegerRecommendedPositive Psychotic Syndrome - Currently in episode?0;10=No; 1=Yes
p582FloatRecommendedPositive Psychotic Syndrome - Duration of current episode (weeks)
p583FloatRecommendedManic Syndrome - No. of completed episodes
p584FloatRecommendedManic Syndrome - Duration of completed episodes (weeks)
p585IntegerRecommendedManic Syndrome - Currently in episode?0;10=No; 1=Yes
p586FloatRecommendedManic Syndrome - Duration of current episode (weeks)
p587FloatRecommendedDepressed Syndrome - No. of completed episodes
p588FloatRecommendedDepressed Syndrome - Duration of completed episodes (weeks)
p589IntegerRecommendedDepressed Syndrome - Currently in episode?0;10=No; 1=Yes
p590FloatRecommendedDepressed Syndrome - Duration of current episode (weeks)
p591FloatRecommendedAlcohol Abuse - No. of completed episodes
p592FloatRecommendedAlcohol Abuse - Duration of completed episodes (weeks)
p593IntegerRecommendedAlcohol Abuse - Currently in episode?0;10=No; 1=Yes
p594FloatRecommendedAlcohol Abuse - Duration of current episode (weeks)
p595FloatRecommendedDrug Abuse - No. of completed episodes
p596FloatRecommendedDrug Abuse - Duration of completed episodes (weeks)
p597IntegerRecommendedDrug Abuse - Currently in episode?0;10=No; 1=Yes
p598FloatRecommendedDrug Abuse - Duration of current episode (weeks)
p599DateRecommendedIndex date
week_psychIntegerRecommendedWeek
p_delusIntegerRecommendedPositive - delusions0::50=None; 1=Questionable; 2=Mild; 3=Moderate; 4=Marked; 5=Severe
p_hallucIntegerRecommendedPositive - hallucinations0::50=None; 1=Questionable; 2=Mild; 3=Moderate; 4=Marked; 5=Severe
p_bizbehIntegerRecommendedPositive - bizarre behavior0::50=None; 1=Questionable; 2=Mild; 3=Moderate; 4=Marked; 5=Severe
p_posthouIntegerRecommendedPositive - pos. thought disorder0::50=None; 1=Questionable; 2=Mild; 3=Moderate; 4=Marked; 5=Severe
p_alogIntegerRecommendedNegative - alogia0::50=None; 1=Questionable; 2=Mild; 3=Moderate; 4=Marked; 5=Severe
p_anhedIntegerRecommendedNegative - anhedonia0::50=None; 1=Questionable; 2=Mild; 3=Moderate; 4=Marked; 5=Severe
p_avoliIntegerRecommendedNegative - avolition0::50=None; 1=Questionable; 2=Mild; 3=Moderate; 4=Marked; 5=Severe
p_afflatIntegerRecommendedNegative - affect flattening0::50=None; 1=Questionable; 2=Mild; 3=Moderate; 4=Marked; 5=Severe
p_attenIntegerRecommendedNegative - attention0::50=None; 1=Questionable; 2=Mild; 3=Moderate; 4=Marked; 5=Severe
p_inapaffIntegerRecommendedNegative - inappropriate affect0::50=None; 1=Questionable; 2=Mild; 3=Moderate; 4=Marked; 5=Severe
p_manmoodIntegerRecommendedAffective - manic mood0::50=None; 1=Questionable; 2=Mild; 3=Moderate; 4=Marked; 5=Severe
p_depmoodIntegerRecommendedAffective - depressed mood0::50=None; 1=Questionable; 2=Mild; 3=Moderate; 4=Marked; 5=Severe
p_anxmoodIntegerRecommendedAffective - anxious mood0::50=None; 1=Questionable; 2=Mild; 3=Moderate; 4=Marked; 5=Severe
p_pospsychIntegerRecommendedSyndromes - positive psychotic0::50=None; 1=Questionable; 2=Mild; 3=Moderate; 4=Marked; 5=Severe
p_negpsychIntegerRecommendedSyndromes - negative psychotic0::50=None; 1=Questionable; 2=Mild; 3=Moderate; 4=Marked; 5=Severe
p_mansyndIntegerRecommendedSyndromes - manic syndrome0::50=None; 1=Questionable; 2=Mild; 3=Moderate; 4=Marked; 5=Severe
p_depsyndIntegerRecommendedSyndromes - depressed syndrome0::50=None; 1=Questionable; 2=Mild; 3=Moderate; 4=Marked; 5=Severe
p_alchuseIntegerRecommendedSubstance use - alcohol0::70=None; 1=Occasional use; 2=Occasional heavy use; 3=Mild impairment; 4=Moderate impairment; 5=Severe impairment; 6=Outpatient; 7=Inpatient
p_druguseIntegerRecommendedSubstance use - drugs0::70=None; 1=Occasional use; 2=Occasional heavy use; 3=Mild impairment; 4=Moderate impairment; 5=Severe impairment; 6=Outpatient; 7=Inpatient
p_treatstatIntegerRecommendedSubstance use - treatment status1::51=Inpatient; 2=Outpatient; 3=Day treatment; 4=Nonpatient; 5=Outpatient/day tx
p_othbehrecIntegerRecommendedAre other behaviors recorded below?0;10=No; 1=Yes
p_antisocIntegerRecommendedAntisocial behavior0::30=None; 1=Mild; 2=Moderate; 3=Severe
p_obscompIntegerRecommendedObsessive compulsive behavior0::30=None; 1=Mild; 2=Moderate; 3=Severe
respond_detail_oth_specString255RecommendedRespondent details
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