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NIH Toolbox Emotion Domain - Sadness Surveys

tlbx_sadness

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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/project
interview_dateDateRequiredDate on which the interview/genetic test/sampling/imaging was completed. MM/DD/YYYYRequired field
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
primary_languageString255RecommendedSubject's Primary Language
nih_pinString25RecommendedPIN number assigned by the NIH Toolbox
cbcl35IntegerRecommendedFeels worthless or inferior0;1;2;999;77;880 = Not true; 1 = Somewhat or sometimes true; 2 = Very true; 999=NA; 77=Refused; 88=Missingpedproxdep02
cbcl103IntegerRecommendedUnhappy, sad, or depressed0;1;2;999;77;880 = Not true; 1 = Somewhat or sometimes true; 2 = Very true; 999=NA; 77=Refused; 88=Missingpedproxdep03
cbcl102IntegerRecommendedUnderactive, slow moving, or lacks energy0;1;2;999;77;880 = Not true; 1 = Somewhat or sometimes true; 2 = Very true; 999=NA; 77=Refused; 88=Missingpedproxdep04
cbcl4IntegerRecommendedFails to finish things he/she enjoys0;1;2;999;77;880 = Not true; 1 = Somewhat or sometimes true; 2 = Very true; 999=NA; 77=Refused; 88=Missingpedproxdep05
nih_tlbx_rawscoreIntegerRequiredRawScoresad_score, sad_score_par
nih_tlbx_thetaFloatRequiredThetasad18_85, sad_theta_score, sad_theta_score_par, sadness8_17, sadnessprox3_7, sadnessprox8_12
nih_tlbx_tscoreFloatRequiredT-score0::200sad_t_score, sad_t_score_par
nih_tlbx_seFloatRequiredStandard Errorsad_se_score, sad_se_score_par
nih_tlbx_agegencscFloatRequiredAge-Gender-Corrected T-score0::200
pedrepanx50IntegerRecommendedIn the past 7 days I worried when I was at home1::51=Never; 2=Almost Never; 3=Sometimes; 4=Often; 5=Almost Always
pedrepanx51IntegerRecommendedIn the past 7 days I got scared really easily1::51=Never; 2=Almost Never; 3=Sometimes; 4=Often; 5=Almost Always
pedrepdep34IntegerRecommendedIn the past 7 days; I felt like I couldn't do anything right1::51=Never; 2=Almost Never; 3=Sometimes; 4=Often; 5=Almost Always
pedrepdep35IntegerRecommendedIn the past 7 days; I felt everything in my life went wrong1::51=Never; 2=Almost Never; 3=Sometimes; 4=Often; 5=Almost Always
pedrepdep39IntegerRecommendedIn the past 7 days; I felt alone1::51=Never; 2=Almost Never; 3=Sometimes; 4=Often; 5=Almost Always
pedrepdep40IntegerRecommendedIn the past 7 days; I thought that mylife was bad.1::51=Never; 2=Almost Never; 3=Sometimes; 4=Often; 5=Almost Always
pedrepdep41IntegerRecommendedIn the past 7 days; I could not stop feeling sad1::51=Never; 2=Almost Never; 3=Sometimes; 4=Often; 5=Almost Always
pedrepdep42IntegerRecommendedIn the past 7 days; It was hard for me to have fun1::51=Never; 2=Almost Never; 3=Sometimes; 4=Often; 5=Almost Always
pedproxdep06IntegerRecommendedPlease indicate how often or true the behavior is of your child. Seems lonely.0::20=Never or not true; 1=Sometimes or somewhat true; 2=Often or very true
pedproxdep07IntegerRecommendedPlease indicate how often or true the behavior is of your child. Doesn't smile or laugh much.0::20=Never or not true; 1=Sometimes or somewhat true; 2=Often or very true
pedproxdep13IntegerRecommendedPlease indicate how often or true the behavior is of your child. Withdraws from peer activities.0::20=Never or not true; 1=Sometimes or somewhat true; 2=Often or very true
pedproxdep14IntegerRecommendedPlease indicate how much your child has felt or acted this way in the past 2 weeks. How true is this statement? My child felt miserable or unhappy.0::20= Not true; 1=Sometimes true; 2=True
pedproxdep15IntegerRecommendedPlease indicate how much your child has felt or acted this way in the past 2 weeks. How true is this statement? My child didn't enjoy anything at all.0::20= Not true; 1=Sometimes true; 2=True
pedproxdep18IntegerRecommendedPlease indicate how much your child has felt or acted this way in the past 2 weeks. How true is this statement? My child felt s/he was no good anymore.0::20= Not true; 1=Sometimes true; 2=True
pedproxdep19IntegerRecommendedPlease indicate how much your child has felt or acted this way in the past 2 weeks. How true is this statement? My child cried a lot.0::20= Not true; 1=Sometimes true; 2=True
pedproxdep20IntegerRecommendedPlease indicate how much your child has felt or acted this way in the past 2 weeks. How true is this statement? My child found it hard to think properly or concentrate.0::20= Not true; 1=Sometimes true; 2=True
pedproxdep21IntegerRecommendedPlease indicate how much your child has felt or acted this way in the past 2 weeks. How true is this statement? My child hated him/herself.0::20= Not true; 1=Sometimes true; 2=True
pedproxdep22IntegerRecommendedPlease indicate how much your child has felt or acted this way in the past 2 weeks. How true is this statement? My child felt s/he was a bad person.0::20= Not true; 1=Sometimes true; 2=True
pedproxdep23IntegerRecommendedPlease indicate how much your child has felt or acted this way in the past 2 weeks. How true is this statement? My child felt lonely.0::20= Not true; 1=Sometimes true; 2=True
pedproxdep24IntegerRecommendedPlease indicate how much your child has felt or acted this way in the past 2 weeks. How true is this statement? My child thought nobody really loved him/her.0::20= Not true; 1=Sometimes true; 2=True
pedproxdep25IntegerRecommendedPlease indicate how much your child has felt or acted this way in the past 2 weeks. How true is this statement? My child thought s/he could never be as good as the other kids.0::20= Not true; 1=Sometimes true; 2=True
pedproxdep26IntegerRecommendedPlease indicate how much your child has felt or acted this way in the past 2 weeks. How true is this statement? My child felt s/he did everything wrong.0::20= Not true; 1=Sometimes true; 2=True
pedrepdep34_thetaFloatRecommendedpedrepdep34 Theta
pedrepdep34_tscoreFloatRecommendedpedrepdep34 T Score
pedrepdep34_seFloatRecommendedpedrepdep34 SE
pedrepdep35_thetaFloatRecommendedpedrepdep35 Theta
pedrepdep35_tscoreFloatRecommendedpedrepdep35 T Score
pedrepdep35_seFloatRecommendedpedrepdep35 SE
pedrepdep36IntegerRecommendedIn the past 7 days: I felt unhappy.1::51= Never, 2= Rarely, 3= Sometimes, 4= FairlyOften, 5= Very Often
pedrepdep36_thetaFloatRecommendedpedrepdep36 Theta
pedrepdep36_tscoreFloatRecommendedpedrepdep36 T Score
pedrepdep36_seFloatRecommendedpedrepdep36 SE
pedrepdep37IntegerRecommendedIn the past 7 days: I felt lonely.1::51= Never, 2= Rarely, 3= Sometimes, 4= FairlyOften, 5= Very Often
pedrepdep37_thetaFloatRecommendedpedrepdep37 Theta
pedrepdep37_tscoreFloatRecommendedpedrepdep37 T Score
pedrepdep37_seFloatRecommendedpedrepdep37 SE
pedrepdep38IntegerRecommendedIn the past 7 days: I felt sad.1::51= Never, 2= Rarely, 3= Sometimes, 4= FairlyOften, 5= Very Often
pedrepdep38_thetaFloatRecommendedpedrepdep38 Theta
pedrepdep38_tscoreFloatRecommendedpedrepdep38 T Score
pedrepdep38_seFloatRecommendedpedrepdep38 SE
pedrepdep39_thetaFloatRecommendedpedrepdep39 Theta
pedrepdep39_tscoreFloatRecommendedpedrepdep39 T Score
pedrepdep39_seFloatRecommendedpedrepdep39 SE
pedrepdep41_thetaFloatRecommendedpedrepdep41 Theta
pedrepdep41_tscoreFloatRecommendedpedrepdep41 T Score
pedrepdep41_seFloatRecommendedpedrepdep41 SE
pedrepdep42_thetaFloatRecommendedpedrepdep42 Theta
pedrepdep42_tscoreFloatRecommendedpedrepdep42 T Score
pedrepdep42_seFloatRecommendedpedrepdep42 SE
pedproxdep14_thetaFloatRecommendedpedproxdep14 Theta
pedproxdep14_tscoreFloatRecommendedpedproxdep14 T Score
pedproxdep14_seFloatRecommendedpedproxdep14 SE
pedproxdep25_thetaFloatRecommendedpedproxdep25 Theta
pedproxdep25_tscoreFloatRecommendedpedproxdep25 T Score
pedproxdep25_seFloatRecommendedpedproxdep25 SE
pedproxdep26_thetaFloatRecommendedpedproxdep26 Theta
pedproxdep26_tscoreFloatRecommendedpedproxdep26 T Score
pedproxdep26_seFloatRecommendedpedproxdep26 SE
pedproxdep15_thetaFloatRecommendedpedproxdep15 Theta
pedproxdep15_tscoreFloatRecommendedpedproxdep15 T Score
pedproxdep15_seFloatRecommendedpedproxdep15 SE
pedproxdep18_thetaFloatRecommendedpedproxdep18 Theta
pedproxdep18_tscoreFloatRecommendedpedproxdep18 T Score
pedproxdep18_seFloatRecommendedpedproxdep18 SE
pedproxdep19_thetaFloatRecommendedpedproxdep19 Theta
pedproxdep19_tscoreFloatRecommendedpedproxdep19 T Score
pedproxdep19_seFloatRecommendedpedproxdep19 SE
pedproxdep20_thetaFloatRecommendedpedproxdep20 Theta
pedproxdep20_tscoreFloatRecommendedpedproxdep20 T Score
pedproxdep20_seFloatRecommendedpedproxdep20 SE
pedproxdep21_thetaFloatRecommendedpedproxdep21 Theta
pedproxdep21_tscoreFloatRecommendedpedproxdep21 T Score
pedproxdep21_seFloatRecommendedpedproxdep21 SE
pedproxdep22_thetaFloatRecommendedpedproxdep22 Theta
pedproxdep22_tscoreFloatRecommendedpedproxdep22 T Score
pedproxdep22_seFloatRecommendedpedproxdep22 SE
pedproxdep23_thetaFloatRecommendedpedproxdep23 Theta
pedproxdep23_tscoreFloatRecommendedpedproxdep23 T Score
pedproxdep23_seFloatRecommendedpedproxdep23 SE
pedproxdep24_thetaFloatRecommendedpedproxdep24 Theta
pedproxdep24_tscoreFloatRecommendedpedproxdep24 T Score
pedproxdep24_seFloatRecommendedpedproxdep24 SE
version_formString100RecommendedForm usedsad_version
visit_numIntegerRecommendedVisit number1::31=Baseline, 2=12 Month, 3=24 Month
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