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ABCD Sum Scores Mental Health Youth

abcd_mhy

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Mental Health summary scores - youth surveys

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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/biospecimen 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
eventnameString60RequiredThe event name for which the data was collected
pps_y_ss_numberIntegerRecommendedProdromal Psychosis Scale: Number of Yes Responses Sum: prodromal_1_y, prodromal_2_y, prodromal_3_y, prodromal_4_y, prodromal_5_y, prodromal_6_y, prodromal_7_y, prodromal_8_y, prodromal_9_y, prodromal_10_y, prodromal_11_y, prodromal_12_y, prodromal_13_y, prodromal_14_y, [prodromal_15_y, prodromal_16_y, prodromal_17_y], prodromal_18_y, prodromal_19_y], prodromal_20_y], prodromal_21_y; No minimum number of answers to be validLoewy, R. L., Pearson, R., et al. (2011) Psychosis risk screening with the Prodromal Questionnaire--brief version (PQ-B). Schizophr Res 129(1): 42-46.prodrom_psych_ss_number
pps_y_ss_number_nmIntegerRecommendedProdromal Psychosis Scale, Number of Yes Responses: Number Missing Answersprodrom_psych_ss_number_nm
pps_y_ss_number_ntIntegerRecommendedProdromal Psychosis Scale, Number of Yes Responses: Number Total Questionsprodrom_psych_ss_number_nt
pps_y_ss_bother_sumIntegerRecommendedProdromal Psychosis Scale, Number of Yes Responses to Did it Bother You? Sum: pps_1_bother_yn, pps_2_bother_yn, pps_3_bother_yn, pps_4_bother_yn, pps_5_bother_yn, pps_6_bother_yn, pps_7_bother_yn, pps_8_bother_yn, pps_9_bother_yn, pps_10_bother_yn, pps_11_bother_yn, pps_12_bother_yn, pps_13_bother_yn, pps_14_bother_yn, pps_15_bother_yn, pps_16_bother_yn, pps_17_bother_yn, pps_18_bother_yn, pps_19_bother_yn, pps_20_bother_yn, pps_21_bother_yn; No minimum number of answers to be validLoewy, R. L., Pearson, R., et al. (2011) Psychosis risk screening with the Prodromal Questionnaire--brief version (PQ-B). Schizophr Res 129(1): 42-46.prodrom_psych_ss_bother_sum
pps_y_ss_bother_sum_nmIntegerRecommendedProdromal Psychosis Scale, Number of Yes Responses to Did it Bother You? Number Missing Answersprodrom_psych_ss_bother_sum_nm
pps_y_ss_bother_sum_ntIntegerRecommendedProdromal Psychosis Scale, Number of Yes Responses to Did it Bother You? Number Total Questionsprodrom_psych_ss_bother_sum_nt
pps_y_ss_bother_n_1IntegerRecommendedProdromal Psychosis Scale: Number of No Responses to Did it Bother You? Intermediate equation for Severity Score Sum: pps_1_bother_yn, pps_2_bother_yn, pps_3_bother_yn, pps_4_bother_yn, pps_5_bother_yn, pps_6_bother_yn, pps_7_bother_yn, pps_8_bother_yn, pps_9_bother_yn, pps_10_bother_yn, pps_11_bother_yn, pps_12_bother_yn, pps_13_bother_yn, pps_14_bother_yn, pps_15_bother_yn, pps_16_bother_yn, pps_17_bother_yn, pps_18_bother_yn, pps_19_bother_yn, pps_20_bother_yn, pps_21_bother_yn; No minimum number of answers to be validprodrom_psych_ss_bother_n_1
pps_y_ss_bother_n_1_nmIntegerRecommendedProdromal Psychosis Scale, Number of No Responses to Did it Bother You? Number Missing Answersprodrom_psych_ss_bother_n_1_nm
pps_y_ss_bother_n_1_ntIntegerRecommendedProdromal Psychosis Scale, Number of No Responses to Did it Bother You? Number Total Questionsprodrom_psych_ss_bother_n_1_nt
pps_y_ss_severity_scoreIntegerRecommendedProdromal Psychosis: Severity Score Sum: (prodromal_1b_y, prodromal_2b_y, prodromal_3b_y, prodromal_4b_y, prodromal_5b_y, prodromal_6b_y, prodromal_7b_y, prodromal_8b_y, prodromal_9b_y, prodromal_10b_y, prodromal_11b_y, prodromal_12b_y, prodromal_13b_y, prodromal_14b_y, [prodromal_15b_y, prodromal_16b_y, prodromal_17b_y, prodromal_18b_y, prodromal_19b_y, prodromal_20b_y, prodromal_21b_y) + (pps_y_ss_ bother_n_1), If this score = ", then score = pps_y_ss_number; No minimum number of answers to be validLoewy, R. L., Pearson, R., et al. (2011) Psychosis risk screening with the Prodromal Questionnaire--brief version (PQ-B). Schizophr Res 129(1): 42-46. In the Prodromal Psychosis survey, "How much did it bother you?" is typically scored 2 - 6. In the version used by ABCD,  this item was scored  1 - 5. Because the "Did it bother you" sum score is equal to the sum of the number of severity scores used in the severity score calculation, we were able to compensate for this scoring difference by adding the "Did it bother you" sum score to the severity score.  After applying this change, the severity scores reported here are comparable to those calculated using the  "How much did it bother you"  2 - 6  scoring range.prodrom_psych_ss_severity_score
pps_y_ss_severity_score_nmIntegerRecommendedProdromal Psychosis, Severity Score: Number Missing Answersprodrom_psych_ss_severity_score_nm
pps_y_ss_severity_score_ntIntegerRecommendedProdromal Psychosis, Severity Score: Number Total Questionsprodrom_psych_ss_severity_score_nt
pds_y_ss_male_sumIntegerRecommendedPubertal Developmental Scale Youth Male SUM: pds_ht2_y + pds_bdyhair_y + pds_skin2_y + pds_m4_y + pds_m5_y; Validation: All items must be answeredPetersen, A. C., Crockett, L., et al. (1988) A self-report measure of pubertal status: Reliability, validity, and initial norms. J Youth Adolesc 17(2): 117-133.pubertdev_ss_male_sum
pds_y_ss_male_sum_nmIntegerRecommendedPubertal Developmental Scale Youth, Male Sum: Number Missing Answerspubertdev_ss_male_sum_nm
pds_y_ss_male_sum_ntIntegerRecommendedPubertal Developmental Scale Youth, Male Sum: Number Total Questionspubertdev_ss_male_sum_nt
pds_y_ss_male_meanFloatRecommendedPubertal Developmental Scale Youth: Male Mean (pds_ht2_y + pds_bdyhair_y + pds_skin2_y + pds_m4_y + pds_m5_y)/5; Validation: All items must be answeredPetersen, A. C., Crockett, L., et al. (1988) A self-report measure of pubertal status: Reliability, validity, and initial norms. J Youth Adolesc 17(2): 117-133.pubertdev_ss_male_mean
pds_y_ss_male_mean_nmIntegerRecommendedPubertal Developmental Scale Youth, Male Mean: Number Missing Answerspubertdev_ss_male_mean_nm
pds_y_ss_male_mean_ntIntegerRecommendedPubertal Developmental Scale Youth, Male Mean: Number Total Questionspubertdev_ss_male_mean_nt
pds_y_ss_male_categoryIntegerRecommendedPubertal Developmental Scale Youth, Male Category: pds_y_ss_m_cat_sum (sum_y_m) = pds_bdyhair_y + pds_m4_y + pds_m5_y; 1 - prepuberty - sum_y_m = 3, 2 - early puberty - sum_y_m >= 4 and <= 5, 3 - mid puberty - sum_y_m >= 6 and <= 8, 4 - late puberty - sum_y_m >= 9 and <=11, 5 - post puberty - sum_y_m = 12; Validation: All items must be answeredPetersen, A. C., Crockett, L., et al. (1988) A self-report measure of pubertal status: Reliability, validity, and initial norms. J Youth Adolesc 17(2): 117-133.pubertdev_ss_male_category
pds_y_ss_male_cat_nmIntegerRecommendedPubertal Developmental Scale Youth, Male Category: Number Missing Answerspubertdev_ss_male_cat_nm
pds_y_ss_male_cat_ntIntegerRecommendedPubertal Developmental Scale Youth, Male Category: Number Total Questionspubertdev_ss_male_cat_nt
pds_y_ss_female_sumIntegerRecommendedPubertal Developmental Scale Youth Female Sum: pds_ht2_y + pds_bdyhair_y + pds_skin2_y + pds_f4_2_y + pds_f5_y; Validation: All items must be answeredPetersen, A. C., Crockett, L., et al. (1988) A self-report measure of pubertal status: Reliability, validity, and initial norms. J Youth Adolesc 17(2): 117-133.pubertdev_ss_female_sum
pds_y_ss_female_sum_nmIntegerRecommendedPubertal Developmental Scale Youth, Female Sum: Number Missing Answerspubertdev_ss_female_sum_nm
pds_y_ss_female_sum_ntIntegerRecommendedPubertal Developmental Scale Youth, Female Sum: Number Total Questionspubertdev_ss_female_sum_nt
pds_y_ss_female_meanFloatRecommendedPubertal Developmental Scale Youth, Female Mean (pds_ht2_y + pds_bdyhair_y + pds_skin2_y + pds_f4_2_y + pds_f5_y)/5; Validation: All items must be answeredPetersen, A. C., Crockett, L., et al. (1988) A self-report measure of pubertal status: Reliability, validity, and initial norms. J Youth Adolesc 17(2): 117-133.pubertdev_ss_female_mean
pds_y_ss_female_mean_nmIntegerRecommendedPubertal Developmental Scale Youth, Female Mean: Number Missing Answerspubertdev_ss_female_mean_nm
pds_y_ss_female_mean_ntIntegerRecommendedPubertal Developmental Scale Youth, Female Mean: Number Total Questionspubertdev_ss_female_mean_nt
pds_y_ss_female_categoryIntegerRecommendedPubertal Developmental Scale Youth, Female Category: pds_y_ss_f_cat_sum (sum_y_f) = pds_bdyhair_y + pds_4_2_y; 1 - prepuberty - sum_y_f = 2 and pds_5_y = 1, 2 - early puberty - sum_y_f = 3 and pds_5_y = 1, 3 - mid puberty - sum_y_f > 3 and pds_5_y = 4, 4 - late puberty - sum_y_f = <= 7 and pds_5_y = 4, 5 - post puberty - sum_y_f = 8 and pds_5_y = 4; Validation: All items must be answeredPetersen, A. C., Crockett, L., et al. (1988) A self-report measure of pubertal status: Reliability, validity, and initial norms. J Youth Adolesc 17(2): 117-133.pubertdev_ss_female_category
pds_y_ss_female_cat_nmIntegerRecommendedPubertal Developmental Scale Youth, Female Category: Number Missing Answerspubertdev_ss_female_cat_nm
pds_y_ss_female_cat_ntIntegerRecommendedPubertal Developmental Scale Youth, Female Category: Number Total Questionspubertdev_ss_female_cat_nt
upps_y_ss_negative_urgencyIntegerRecommendedUPPS-P for Children Short Form (ABCD-version), Negative Urgency: upps7_y + upps11_y + upps17_y + upps20_y; Validation: Minimum of three items answeredBarch, D. M., Albaugh, M.D., et al. (2017) Demographic, physical and mental health assessments in the adolescent brain and cognitive development study: Rationale and description. Dev Cogn Neurosci (In Press).upps_ss_negative_urgency
upps_y_ss_negative_urgency_nmIntegerRecommendedUPPS-P for Children Short Form (ABCD-version), Negative Urgency: Number Missing Answersupps_ss_negative_urgency_nm
upps_y_ss_negative_urgency_ntIntegerRecommendedUPPS-P for Children Short Form (ABCD-version), Negative Urgency: Number Total Questionsupps_ss_negative_urgency_nt
upps_y_ss_lack_of_planningIntegerRecommendedUPPS-P for Children Short Form (ABCD-version), Lack of Planning: upps6_y + upps16_y + upps23_y + upps28_y; Validation: Minimum of three items answeredBarch, D. M., Albaugh, M.D., et al. (2017) Demographic, physical and mental health assessments in the adolescent brain and cognitive development study: Rationale and description. Dev Cogn Neurosci (In Press).upps_ss_lack_of_planning
upps_y_ss_lack_of_planning_nmIntegerRecommendedUPPS-P for Children Short Form (ABCD-version), Lack of Planning: Number Missing Answersupps_ss_lack_of_planning_nm
upps_y_ss_lack_of_planning_ntIntegerRecommendedUPPS-P for Children Short Form (ABCD-version), Lack of Planning: Number Total Questionsupps_ss_lack_of_planning_nt
upps_y_ss_sensation_seekingIntegerRecommendedUPPS-P for Children Short Form (ABCD-version), Sensation Seeking: upps12_y + upps18_y + upps21_y + upps27_y; Validation: Minimum of three items answeredBarch, D. M., Albaugh, M.D., et al. (2017) Demographic, physical and mental health assessments in the adolescent brain and cognitive development study: Rationale and description. Dev Cogn Neurosci (In Press).upps_ss_sensation_seeking
upps_y_ss_sensation_seeking_nmIntegerRecommendedUPPS-P for Children Short Form (ABCD-version), Sensation Seeking: Number Missing Answersupps_ss_sensation_seeking_nm
upps_y_ss_sensation_seeking_ntIntegerRecommendedUPPS-P for Children Short Form (ABCD-version), Sensation Seeking: Number Total Questionsupps_ss_sensation_seeking_nt
upps_y_ss_positive_urgencyIntegerRecommendedUPPS-P for Children Short Form (ABCD-version), Positive Urgency: upps35_y + upps36_y + upps37_y + upps39_y; Validation: Minimum of three items answeredBarch, D. M., Albaugh, M.D., et al. (2017) Demographic, physical and mental health assessments in the adolescent brain and cognitive development study: Rationale and description. Dev Cogn Neurosci (In Press).upps_ss_positive_urgency
upps_y_ss_positive_urgency_nmIntegerRecommendedUPPS-P for Children Short Form (ABCD-version), Positive Urgency: Number Missing Answersupps_ss_positive_urgency_nm
upps_y_ss_positive_urgency_ntIntegerRecommendedUPPS-P for Children Short Form (ABCD-version), Positive Urgency: Number Total Questionsupps_ss_positive_urgency_nt
upps_y_lack_perseveranceIntegerRecommendedUPPS-P for Children Short Form (ABCD-version), Lack of Perseverance (GSSF): upps15_y + upps19_y + upps22_y + upps24_y Validation; Minimum of three items answeredBarch, D. M., Albaugh, M.D., et al. (2017) Demographic, physical and mental health assessments in the adolescent brain and cognitive development study: Rationale and description. Dev Cogn Neurosci (In Press).upps_ss_lack_of_perseverance, upps_y_ss_lack_of_perseverance
upps_y_lack_perseverance_nmIntegerRecommendedUPPS-P for Children Short Form (ABCD-version), Lack of Perseverance (GSSF): Number Missing Answersupps_ss_lack_of_perseverance_nm, upps_y_ss_lack_of_perseverance_nm
upps_y_lack_perseverance_ntIntegerRecommendedUPPS-P for Children Short Form (ABCD-version), Lack of Perseverance (GSSF): Number Total Questionsupps_ss_lack_of_perseverance_nt, upps_y_ss_lack_of_perseverance_nt
stq_y_ss_weekdayFloatRecommendedScreen Time Youth: Weekday Sum: screen1_wkdy_y + screen2_wkdy_y + screen3_wkdy_y + screen4_wkdy_y + screen5_wkdy_y + screen_wkdy_y; Validation: No minimumSharif, I., Wills, T. A., et al. (2010) Effect of visual media use on school performance: a prospective study. J Adolesc Health 46(1): 52-61.screentime_ss_weekday
stq_y_ss_weekday_nmIntegerRecommendedScreen Time Youth, Weekday Sum: Number Missing Answersscreentime_ss_weekday_nm
stq_y_ss_weekday_ntIntegerRecommendedScreen Time Youth, Weekday Sum: Number Total Questionsscreentime_ss_weekday_nt
stq_y_ss_weekendFloatRecommendedScreen Time Youth: Weekend Sum: screen7_wknd_y + screen8_wknd_y + screen9_wknd_y + screen10_wknd_y + screen11_wknd_ + screen12_wknd_y; Validation: No minimumSharif, I., Wills, T. A., et al. (2010) Effect of visual media use on school performance: a prospective study. J Adolesc Health 46(1): 52-61.screentime_ss_weekend
stq_y_ss_weekend_nmIntegerRecommendedScreen Time Youth, Weekend Sum: Number Missing Answersscreentime_ss_weekend_nm
stq_y_ss_weekend_ntIntegerRecommendedScreen Time Youth, Weekend Sum: Number Total Questionsscreentime_ss_weekend_nt
bis_y_ss_bis_sumIntegerRecommendedBIS/BAS: BIS Sum: bisbas1_y + bisbas2_y + bisbas3_y + bisbas4_y + bisbas5_y + bisbas6_y+ bisbas7_y; Validation: All items must be answeredCarver, C. S. and White, T. L. (1994) Behavioral inhibition, behavioral activation and affective responses to impending reward and punishment: the BIS/BAS scales. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 67(2): 319-333.bis_ss_bis_sum
bis_y_ss_bis_sum_nmIntegerRecommendedBIS/BAS, BIS Sum: Number Missing Answersbis_ss_bis_sum_nm
bis_y_ss_bis_sum_ntIntegerRecommendedBIS/BAS, BIS Sum: Number Total Questionsbis_ss_bis_sum_nt
bis_y_ss_bas_rrIntegerRecommendedBIS/BAS: BAS Reward Responsiveness: bisbas8_y + bisbas9_y + bisbas10_y + bisbas11_y + bisbas12_y; Validation: All items must be answeredCarver, C. S. and White, T. L. (1994) Behavioral inhibition, behavioral activation and affective responses to impending reward and punishment: the BIS/BAS scales. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 67(2): 319-333.bis_ss_bas_rr
bis_y_ss_bas_rr_nmIntegerRecommendedBIS/BAS, BAS Reward Responsiveness: Number Missing Answersbis_ss_bas_rr_nm
bis_y_ss_bas_rr_ntIntegerRecommendedBIS/BAS, BAS Reward Responsiveness: Number Total Questionsbis_ss_bas_rr_nt
bis_y_ss_bas_driveIntegerRecommendedBIS/BAS: BAS drive: bisbas13_y + bisbas14_y + bisbas15_y + bisbas16_y; Validation: All items must be answeredCarver, C. S. and White, T. L. (1994) Behavioral inhibition, behavioral activation and affective responses to impending reward and punishment: the BIS/BAS scales. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 67(2): 319-333.bis_ss_bas_drive
bis_y_ss_bas_drive_nmIntegerRecommendedBIS/BAS, BAS drive: Number Missing Answersbis_ss_bas_drive_nm
bis_y_ss_bas_drive_ntIntegerRecommendedBIS/BAS, BAS drive: Number Total Questionsbis_ss_bas_drive_nt
bis_y_ss_bas_fsIntegerRecommendedBIS/BAS: BAS Fun Seeking: bisbas17_y + bisbas18_y + bisbas19_y + bisbas20_y; Validation: All items must be answeredCarver, C. S. and White, T. L. (1994) Behavioral inhibition, behavioral activation and affective responses to impending reward and punishment: the BIS/BAS scales. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 67(2): 319-333.bis_ss_bas_fs
bis_y_ss_bas_fs_nmIntegerRecommendedBIS/BAS, BAS Fun Seeking: Number Missing Answersbis_ss_bas_fs_nm
bis_y_ss_bas_fs_ntIntegerRecommendedBIS/BAS, BAS Fun Seeking: Number Total Questionsbis_ss_bas_fs_nt
bis_y_ss_bism_sumIntegerRecommendedBIS/BAS: BIS Sum (modified): bisbas2_y + bisbas3_y + bisbas4_y + bisbas6_y; Validation: All items must be answeredPagliaccio, D., Luking, K. R., et al. (2016) Revising the BIS/BAS Scale to study development: Measurement invariance and normative effects of age and sex from childhood through adulthood. Psychol Assess 28(4): 429-442.bis_ss_bism_sum
bis_y_ss_bism_sum_nmIntegerRecommendedBIS/BAS, BIS Sum (modified): Number Missing Answersbis_ss_bism_sum_nm
bis_y_ss_bism_sum_ntIntegerRecommendedBIS/BAS, BIS Sum (modified): Number Total Questionsbis_ss_bism_sum_nt
bis_y_ss_basm_rrIntegerRecommendedBIS/BAS: BAS Reward Responsiveness (modified): bisbas8_y + bisbas9_y + bisbas11_y + bisbas12_y; Validation: All items must be answeredPagliaccio, D., Luking, K. R., et al. (2016) Revising the BIS/BAS Scale to study development: Measurement invariance and normative effects of age and sex from childhood through adulthood. Psychol Assess 28(4): 429-442.bis_ss_basm_rr
bis_y_ss_basm_rr_nmIntegerRecommendedBIS/BAS, BAS Reward Responsiveness (modified): Number Missing Answersbis_ss_basm_rr_nm
bis_y_ss_basm_rr_ntIntegerRecommendedBIS/BAS, BAS Reward Responsiveness (modified): Number Total Questionsbis_ss_basm_rr_nt
bis_y_ss_basm_driveIntegerRecommendedBIS/BAS: BAS drive (modified): bisbas13_y + bisbas14_y + bisbas15_y + bisbas16_y; Validation: All items must be answeredCarver, C. S. and White, T. L. (1994) Behavioral inhibition, behavioral activation and affective responses to impending reward and punishment: the BIS/BAS scales. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 67(2): 319-333.bis_ss_basm_drive
bis_y_ss_basm_drive_nmIntegerRecommendedBIS/BAS, BAS drive (modified): Number Missing Answersbis_ss_basm_drive_nm
bis_y_ss_basm_drive_ntIntegerRecommendedBIS/BAS, BAS drive (modified): Number Total Questionsbis_ss_basm_drive_nt
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