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PTSD Scale for DSM-5

ptsd_dsm5

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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/projectrecord_id
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.
interview_dateDateRequiredDate on which the interview/genetic test/sampling/imaging was completed. MM/DD/YYYYRequired field
genderString20RequiredSex of the subjectM;FM = Male; F = Female
caps_1IntegerRecommendedIntrusive memories0;10 = No; 1 = Yescaps_sum_b1_sx
yptb2yIntegerRecommendedPTSD. Recurrent distressing dreams of event0 :: 10 = Absent; 1 = Presentcaps_2, caps_sum_b2_sx
caps_3IntegerRecommendedDissociative reactions0;10 = No; 1 = Yescaps_sum_b3_sx
yptb4yIntegerRecommendedPTSD. Intense psychological distress at cues0 :: 10 = Absent; 1 = Presentcaps_4, caps_sum_b4_sx
caps_5IntegerRecommendedCued physiological reactions0;10 = No; 1 = Yescaps_sum_b5_sx
caps_6IntegerRecommendedAvoidance of memories, thoughts, feelings0;10 = No; 1 = Yescaps_sum_c1_sx
caps_7IntegerRecommendedAvoidance of external reminders0;10 = No; 1 = Yescaps_sum_c2_sx
caps_8IntegerRecommendedInability to recall important aspect of event0;10 = No; 1 = Yescaps_sum_d1_sx
caps_9IntegerRecommendedExaggerated negative beliefs or expectations0;10 = No; 1 = Yescaps_sum_d2_sx
caps_10IntegerRecommendedDistorted cognitions leading to blame0;10 = No; 1 = Yescaps_sum_d3_sx
caps_11IntegerRecommendedPersistent negative emotional state0;10 = No; 1 = Yescaps_sum_d4_sx
yptc4yIntegerRecommendedPTSD. Diminished interest in activities0 :: 10 = Absent; 1 = Presentcaps_12, caps_sum_d5_sx
caps_13IntegerRecommendedDetachment or estrangement from others0;10 = No; 1 = Yescaps_sum_d6_sx
caps_14IntegerRecommendedPersistent inability to experience positive emotions0;10 = No; 1 = Yescaps_sum_d7_sx
caps_15IntegerRecommendedIrritable behavior and angry outbursts0;10 = No; 1 = Yescaps_sum_e1_sx
caps_16IntegerRecommendedReckless or self-destructive behavior0;10 = No; 1 = Yescaps_sum_e2_sx
yptd4yIntegerRecommendedPTSD. Hypervigilance0 :: 10 = Absent; 1 = Presentcaps_17, caps_sum_e3_sx
yptd5yIntegerRecommendedPTSD. Exaggerated startle response0 :: 10 = Absent; 1 = Presentcaps_18, caps_sum_e4_sx
caps_19IntegerRecommendedProblems with concentration0;10 = No; 1 = Yescaps_sum_e5_sx
caps_20IntegerRecommendedSleep disturbance0;10 = No; 1 = Yescaps_sum_e6_sx
scid_ptsd_length_1IntegerRecommendedPTSD Duration Longer than 1 Month Current (Parent/Child/Clinician)0;1;-99;88;770= No; 1= Yes ; -99=N/A ; 88= Missing ; 77= Refusedcaps_21, caps_sum_f1_sx
caps_22IntegerRecommendedSubjective distress0;10 = No; 1 = Yescaps_sum_g1_sx
caps_23IntegerRecommendedImpairment in social functioning0;10 = No; 1 = Yescaps_sum_g1a_sx
caps_24IntegerRecommendedImpairment in occupational functioning0;10 = No; 1 = Yescaps_sum_g1b_sx
caps_25IntegerRecommendedGlobal validity0;10 = No; 1 = Yes
caps_26IntegerRecommendedGlobal severity0;10 = No; 1 = Yes
caps_27IntegerRecommendedGlobal improvement0;10 = No; 1 = Yes
mini_ptsd1IntegerRecommendedPTSD: depersonalization0;10=No; 1=Yescaps_28, caps_sum_29d_sx
mini_ptsd2IntegerRecommendedPTSD: derealization0;10=No; 1=Yescaps_29, caps_sum_30d_sx
caps_30IntegerRecommendedPTSD PRESENT ALL CRITERIA (A-G) MET?0;10 = No; 1 = Yescaps_sum_ptsd
caps_31IntegerRecommendedPTSD PRESENT With dissociative symptoms0;10 = No; 1 = Yescaps_sum_ptsda_a
caps_32IntegerRecommendedPTSD PRESENT With delayed onset (> 6 months)0;10 = No; 1 = Yescaps_sum_ptsd_b
caps_sum_critaIntegerRecommendedCriteria A met?0;10=No, 1=Yes
caps_sum_b1IntegerRecommendedB1 - Intrusive memories. Severity0::40=Absent; 1= Mild / subthreshold; 2= Moderate / threshold;3=Severe / markedly elevated;4 Extreme / incapacitating
dreamsevIntegerRecommendedHave you had distressing dreams of the event. Severity0::4;-70=Not at all distressing; 1=Minimally distressing; 2=Moderately distressing; 3=Markedly distressing; 4=Extremely distressingcaps_sum_b2
caps_sum_b3IntegerRecommendedB3 - Dissociative reactions. Severity0::40=Absent; 1= Mild / subthreshold; 2= Moderate / threshold;3=Severe / markedly elevated;4 Extreme / incapacitating
caps_sum_b4IntegerRecommendedB4 - Cued Psychological Distress. Severity0::40=Absent; 1= Mild / subthreshold; 2= Moderate / threshold;3=Severe / markedly elevated;4 Extreme / incapacitating
caps_sum_b5IntegerRecommendedB5 - Cued Psychological Reasctions. Severity0::40=Absent; 1= Mild / subthreshold; 2= Moderate / threshold;3=Severe / markedly elevated;4 Extreme / incapacitating
caps_sum_btotalIntegerRecommendedSum of severity scores B1-B50::20
caps_sum_btotal_sxIntegerRecommendedSum of B scores0::5
caps_sum_c1IntegerRecommendedC1 - Avoidance of memories, thoughts, feelings. Severity0::40=Absent; 1= Mild / subthreshold; 2= Moderate / threshold;3=Severe / markedly elevated;4 Extreme / incapacitating
caps_sum_c2IntegerRecommendedC2 - Avoidance of external reminders. Severity0::40=Absent; 1= Mild / subthreshold; 2= Moderate / threshold;3=Severe / markedly elevated;4 Extreme / incapacitating
caps_sum_ctotalIntegerRecommendedSum of severity scores C1-C20::20
caps_sum_ctotal_sxIntegerRecommendedSum of C scores0::5
caps_sum_d1IntegerRecommendedD1 - Inability to recall important aspect of event . Severity0::40=Absent; 1= Mild / subthreshold; 2= Moderate / threshold;3=Severe / markedly elevated;4 Extreme / incapacitating
caps_sum_d2IntegerRecommendedD2 - Exaggerated negative beliefs or expectations. Severity0::40=Absent; 1= Mild / subthreshold; 2= Moderate / threshold;3=Severe / markedly elevated;4 Extreme / incapacitating
caps_sum_d3IntegerRecommendedD3 - Distorted cognitions leading to blame. Severity0::40=Absent; 1= Mild / subthreshold; 2= Moderate / threshold;3=Severe / markedly elevated;4 Extreme / incapacitating
caps_sum_d4IntegerRecommendedD4 - Persistent negative emotional state. Severity0::40=Absent; 1= Mild / subthreshold; 2= Moderate / threshold;3=Severe / markedly elevated;4 Extreme / incapacitating
caps_sum_d5IntegerRecommendedD5 - Diminished interest or participation in activities(Sev)0::40=Absent; 1= Mild / subthreshold; 2= Moderate / threshold;3=Severe / markedly elevated;4 Extreme / incapacitating
caps_sum_d6IntegerRecommendedD6 - Detachment or estrangement from others. Severity0::40=Absent; 1= Mild / subthreshold; 2= Moderate / threshold;3=Severe / markedly elevated;4 Extreme / incapacitating
caps_sum_d7IntegerRecommendedD7 - Persistent inability to experience positive emotions. Severity0::40=Absent; 1= Mild / subthreshold; 2= Moderate / threshold;3=Severe / markedly elevated;4 Extreme / incapacitating
caps_sum_dtotalIntegerRecommendedSum of severity scores D1-D70::20
caps_sum_dtotal_sxIntegerRecommendedSum of D scores0::5
caps_sum_e1IntegerRecommendedE1 - Irritable behavior and angry outbursts emotions. Severity0::40=Absent; 1= Mild / subthreshold; 2= Moderate / threshold;3=Severe / markedly elevated;4 Extreme / incapacitating
caps_sum_e2IntegerRecommendedE2 - Reckless or self-destructive behavior. Severity0::40=Absent; 1= Mild / subthreshold; 2= Moderate / threshold;3=Severe / markedly elevated;4 Extreme / incapacitating
caps_sum_e3IntegerRecommendedE3 - Hypervigilance . Severity0::40=Absent; 1= Mild / subthreshold; 2= Moderate / threshold;3=Severe / markedly elevated;4 Extreme / incapacitating
caps_sum_e4IntegerRecommendedE4 - Exaggerated startle response. Severity0::40=Absent; 1= Mild / subthreshold; 2= Moderate / threshold;3=Severe / markedly elevated;4 Extreme / incapacitating
caps_sum_e5IntegerRecommendedE5 - Problems with concentration. Severity0::40=Absent; 1= Mild / subthreshold; 2= Moderate / threshold;3=Severe / markedly elevated;4 Extreme / incapacitating
caps_sum_e6IntegerRecommendedE6 - Sleep disturbance. Severity0::40=Absent; 1= Mild / subthreshold; 2= Moderate / threshold;3=Severe / markedly elevated;4 Extreme / incapacitating
caps_sum_etotalIntegerRecommendedSum of severity scores E1-E60::20
caps_sum_etotal_sxIntegerRecommendedSum of E scores0::5
caps_sum_bcdetotalIntegerRecommendedTotal symptoms Severity score0::100Total symptom severity scores (B+C+D+E)
caps_sum_bcdetotal_sxIntegerRecommendedSum of symptoms (B+C+D+E)0::100
caps_sum_g1IntegerRecommendedSubjective distress . Severity0::40=Absent; 1= Mild / subthreshold; 2= Moderate / threshold;3=Severe / markedly elevated;4 Extreme / incapacitating
caps_sum_g1aIntegerRecommendedImpairment in social functioning. Severity0::40=Absent; 1= Mild / subthreshold; 2= Moderate / threshold;3=Severe / markedly elevated;4 Extreme / incapacitating
caps_sum_g1bIntegerRecommendedImpairment in occupational functioning. Severity0::40=Absent; 1= Mild / subthreshold; 2= Moderate / threshold;3=Severe / markedly elevated;4 Extreme / incapacitating
caps_sum_gtotalIntegerRecommendedSum of severity scores G23-G250::20
caps_sum_gtotal_sxIntegerRecommendedSum of G scores0::5
caps_sum_global1IntegerRecommendedGlobal validity. Rate0::40=Excellent, no reason to suspect invalid responses; 1=Good, factors present that may adversely affect validity; 2=Fair, factors present that definitely reduce validity; 3=Poor, substantially reduced validity; 4=Invalid responses, severely impaired mental status or possible deliberate "faking bad" or "faking good
caps_sum_global2IntegerRecommendedGlobal severity. Rate0::40= No clinically significant symptoms, no distress and no functional impairment; 1=Mild, minimal distress or functional impairment; 2= Moderate, definite distress or functional impairment but functions satisfactorily with effort; 3=Severe, considerable distress or functional impairment, limited functioning even with effort; 4= Extreme, marked distress or marked impairment in two or more major areas of functioning
caps_sum_global3IntegerRecommendedGlobal improvement. Rate0::40= Asymptomatic; 1=Considerable improvement; 2=Moderate improvement; 3=Slight improvement; 4=No improvement; 5=Insufficient information
caps_sum_29dIntegerRecommendedDepersonalization. Severity0::40=Absent; 1= Mild / subthreshold; 2= Moderate / threshold;3=Severe / markedly elevated;4 Extreme / incapacitating
caps_sum_30dIntegerRecommendedDerealization. Severity0::40=Absent; 1= Mild / subthreshold; 2= Moderate / threshold;3=Severe / markedly elevated;4 Extreme / incapacitating
caps_sum_dissIntegerRecommendedSum of severity scores - Dissociative0::20
caps_sum_diss_sxIntegerRecommendedSum of dissociative symptoms0::5
caps_finalcritaIntegerRecommendedFinal Criterion A:0;10=No, 1=Yes
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