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Hollingshead Socioeconomic Rating Scale

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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 fieldadate, date_hollings
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
educatFloatRecommendedNumber of years in formal education999=Unknown/Missingsub_yearseduc
sub_edscaleIntegerRecommendedParticipant Educational Scale1::7;91 = Graduate Professional Training (completed a graduate level degree); 2 = College or University (completed a four year degree); 3 = Partial College Training (completed at least one year but have not completed a four year degree); 4 = High School Graduation or GED; 5 = Completed the 10th or 11th grades; 6 = Completed 7th through the 9th grades; 7 = Less than seven years of school; 9 = Unknownsubjeduc
job_ptcuIntegerRecommendedLevel of Occupation. Patient current1::9; 991=Higher executive, proprietor of large concern, major professional; 2=Business manager or large concern, proprietor of medium-sized business, lesser professiona;l 3=Administrative personnel, owner of small independent business, minor professional; 4=Clerical or sales worker, technician, owner of little business;5=Skilled manual employee; 6=Machine operator, semi-skilled employee; 7=Unskilled employee; 8=farm laborers, menial service workers, students, housewives, (dependent on welfare, no regular occupation); 99=Not ascertained; 9 = Not in householdsub_occcode
mother_edu_yearsFloatRecommendedMother's years of education101=Missingmot_yearseduc
mot_edscaleIntegerRecommendedMother Educational Scale1::7;91 = Graduate Professional Training (completed a graduate level degree); 2 = College or University (completed a four year degree); 3 = Partial College Training (completed at least one year but have not completed a four year degree); 4 = High School Graduation or GED; 5 = Completed the 10th or 11th grades; 6 = Completed 7th through the 9th grades; 7 = Less than seven years of school; 9 = Unknownses2educ
dem_09aIntegerRecommendedMother highest occupation1::8;991=Higher executive, proprietor of large concern, major professional; 2=Business manager or large concern, proprietor of medium-sized business, lesser professiona;l 3=Administrative personnel, owner of small independent business, minor professional; 4=Clerical or sales worker, technician, owner of little business;5=Skilled manual employee; 6=Machine operator, semi-skilled employee; 7=Unskilled employee; 8=farm laborers, menial service workers, students, housewives, (dependent on welfare, no regular occupation); 99=Not ascertained; 9 = Not in householdmot_occcode
preg_age_momIntegerRecommendedAge of mother at the time of birthIn years; 999=Unknownbiomother_age
father_edu_yearsFloatRecommendedFather's years of education101=Missingfat_yearseduc
fat_edscaleIntegerRecommendedFather Educational Scale1::7;91 = Graduate Professional Training (completed a graduate level degree); 2 = College or University (completed a four year degree); 3 = Partial College Training (completed at least one year but have not completed a four year degree); 4 = High School Graduation or GED; 5 = Completed the 10th or 11th grades; 6 = Completed 7th through the 9th grades; 7 = Less than seven years of school; 9 = Unknownses1educ
dem_09bIntegerRecommendedFather highest occupation1::9;991=Higher executive, proprietor of large concern, major professional; 2=Business manager or large concern, proprietor of medium-sized business, lesser professiona;l 3=Administrative personnel, owner of small independent business, minor professional; 4=Clerical or sales worker, technician, owner of little business;5=Skilled manual employee; 6=Machine operator, semi-skilled employee; 7=Unskilled employee; 8=farm laborers, menial service workers, students, housewives, (dependent on welfare, no regular occupation); 99=Not ascertained; 9 = Not in householdfat_occcode
preg_age_dadIntegerRecommendedAge of father at the time of birthIn years; 999=Unknownbiofather_age
sesscoreFloatRecommendedHollingshead SES Score8.0 :: 66.0ses
version_formString100RecommendedForm used
commentsString4,000RecommendedComments about assessment
siteString100RecommendedSiteStudy Site
height_stFloatRecommendedBody height (inches)[Caution: Beware of extreme outliers]height
weight_stdFloatRecommendedWeight - Standard Unit-1 = Not knownweight
respondentString20RecommendedRespondentMother;Father;Both; Child; Other; Parentparachild
respondent_other_specifyString50RecommendedRespondent: Other (specify)parachildoth
parent_idString20RecommendedParent IDparachildid
livwithIntegerRecommendedWith whom is subject currently living (choose one)?1::25; 88; 991 = Both natural parents; 2 = Both natural parents, but joint custody; 3 = Natural mother and stepfather; 4 = Natural father and stepmother; 5 = Natural mother and boyfriend/girlfriend; 6 = Natural father and boyfriend/girlfriend; 7 = Natural mother only; 8 = Natural father only; 10 = Stepmother only; 11 = Stepfather only; 12 = Grandparent; 13 = Adoptive parent; 14 = Other relative/friend; 15 = Foster home; 16 = Group home; 17 = Residential institution; 18 = Boarding home; 19 = Runaway; 20 = College student; 21 = Lives independently; 22=Aunt/Uncle; 23=Legal Guardian;24 = Military; 25 = Spouse/significant other88 = other; 99 = missing
liveswithotherString50Recommendedchild lives with other, specifylivwithoth
demo_resp_statusIntegerRecommendedrespondent's marital status1 :: 111 = Married; 2 = Remarried; 3 = Live with partner (not married); 4 = Separated; 5 = Divorced; 6 = Single (never married); 7 = Widowed; 8=Married or Living Together;9 = Missing/Not Applicable; 10 = Other; 11=Refused to answermarstat
strschooltype1String50RecommendedSchool Typetypschool
px_heatlh_ins12IntegerRecommendedWhat kind of health insurance or health care coverage do you have? NO COVERAGE OF ANY TYPE PX011501_Health_Insurance_Coverage_None1;21=Yes; 2=Noinnone
px_heatlh_ins4IntegerRecommendedWhat kind of health insurance or health care coverage do you have? MEDICAID ({IF AVAILABLE, DISPLAY STATE PLAN NAME}) PX011501_Health_Insurance_Coverage_Medicaid1;21=Yes; 2=Nomassiss
px_heatlh_ins1IntegerRecommendedWhat kind of health insurance or health care coverage do you have? PRIVATE HEALTH INSURANCE PX011501_Health_Insurance_Coverage_Private1;21=Yes; 2=Nopriv
disabilitybenefitsaIntegerRecommendedDo you currently get help from Disability benefits like (Supplemental Security Income) or (Social Security Disability Insurance) or (Emergency Aid to Elders, Disabled and Children)?0;10=No;1=Yesdis
parsupportIntegerRecommendedSource of financial support: Parents0;10 = No; 1 = Yespar
ftepayIntegerRecommendedfull time employment for pay0;1;-70=No; 1=Yes; -7=Refusedft
partpIntegerRecommendedSource of financial support: Part time employment0;10 = No; 1 = Yespt
loansupportIntegerRecommendedSource of financial support: Student Loan(s)0;10 = No; 1 = Yessl
other_supIntegerRecommendedDo you get other support?0;1;-99;88;770= No ; 1= Yes ; -99= N/A ; 88= Missing ; 77= Refused
ses1jobString50RecommendedHead of Household: Job Title
educIntegerRecommendedHEAD OF HOUSEHOLD Education1::71 = Less than 7th Grade; 2 = Jr. High School (9th Grade); 3 = Some High School (10th or 11th Grade); 4 = High School Graduate; 5 = Some College (at least 1 year); 6 = Standard College Degree; 7 = Graduate Professional Training
occupationIntegerRecommended(or OCCUP); Hollingshead Status - HEAD OF HOUSEHOLD1::91 = Farm Laborers/Menial Service Workers, Welfare Recipients; 2 = Unskilled Workers; 3 = Machine Operators, Semi-Skilled Workers; 4 = Smaller Business Owners, Skilled Manual Workers, Craftsmen, Tenant Farmers; 5 = Clerical and Sales Workers, Small Farm and Business Owners; 6 = Technicians, Semi-Professionals and Small Business Owners; 7 = Smaller Business Owners, Farm Owners, Managers, Minor Professionals; 8 = Administrators, Lesser Professionals, Proprietors of Medium-Sized Businesses; 9 = Higher Executives, Proprietors of Large Businesses, Major Professionalsses1occupation
emplyIntegerRecommendedHEAD OF HOUSEHOLD Presently Employed0;1;2;70 = NO; 1 = YES - PART TIME; 2 = YES - FULL TIME; 7 = RETIREDses1emply
ses2jobString50RecommendedSpouse/Significant Other: Job Title
ses2educIntegerRecommendedSpouse/Significant Other: Education1::71 = Less than 7th Grade; 2 = Jr. High School (7th/8th/9th grade); 3 = Some High School (10th/11th/12th grade); 4 = High School Graduate; 5 = Some College (at least 1 year); 6 = Standard College Degree; 7 = Graduate Professional Training
occupationspIntegerRecommended(or OCCUPSP); Hollingshead Status - SPOUSE1::91 = Farm Laborers/Menial Service Workers, Welfare Recipients; 2 = Unskilled Workers; 3 = Machine Operators, Semi-Skilled Workers; 4 = Smaller Business Owners, Skilled Manual Workers, Craftsmen, Tenant Farmers; 5 = Clerical and Sales Workers, Small Farm and Business Owners; 6 = Technicians, Semi-Professionals and Small Business Owners; 7 = Smaller Business Owners, Farm Owners, Managers, Minor Professionals; 8 = Administrators, Lesser Professionals, Proprietors of Medium-Sized Businesses; 9 = Higher Executives, Proprietors of Large Businesses, Major Professionals; 88 = not applicable; 99 = missingses2occupation
spouse_emplIntegerRecommendedIs your spouse currently employed0::20=No; 1=Yes part-time; 2=Yes full-timeses2emply
sestotIntegerRecommendedSocio-Economic Status (SES)1::51 = SES score of 08 to 19;2 = SES score of 20 to 29;3 = SES score of 30 to 39;4 = SES score of 40 to 54;5 = SES score of 55 to 66
bsimoFloatRecommendedMonths from Time 0 to assessmentmonfol
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