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ABCD Parent Parent General Behavior Inventory-Mania (PGBI)

abcd_pgbi

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Subsyndromal mania

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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
gbi_select_language___1IntegerRecommendedEspañol? (1, Sí)0 ; 10 = No; 1 = Yespgbi_select_language_p
gen_child_behav_1IntegerRecommendedHas your child experienced periods of several days or more when, although he/she was feeling unusually happy and intensely energetic (clearly more than your child's usual self), he/she was also physically restless, unable to sit still, and had to keep moving or jumping from one activity to another? ¿Ha tenido su niño(a) períodos de varios días o más en los que, a pesar de sentirse inusualmente feliz y con un nivel intenso de energía (claramente más de lo normal para él/ella), también estaba físicamente inquieto(a), era incapaz de estarse quieto(a) y tenía que seguir moviéndose o brincando de una actividad a otra?0 ; 1 ; 2 ; 30 = Never - Hardly ever Nunca o casi nunca; 1 = Sometimes A veces; 2 = Often Con frecuencia; 3 = Very often - almost constantly Con mucha frecuencia - casi constantemente; Keep the following points in mind: Frequency: you may have noticed a behavior as far back as childhood or early teens, or you may have noticed it more recently. In either case, estimate how frequently the behavior has occurred over the past year. For example: if you noticed a behavior when your child was 5, and you have noticed it over the past year, mark your answer "often" or "very often - almost constantly". However, if your child has experienced a behavior during only one isolated period in his/her life, but not outside that period, mark your answer "never - hardly ever" or "sometimes". Duration: many questions require that a behavior occur for an approximate duration of time (for example, "several days or more"). The duration given is a minimum duration. If your child usually experiences a behavior for shorter durations, mark the question "never - hardly ever" or "sometimes". Changeability: what matters is not whether your child can get rid of certain behaviors if he/she has them, but whether these behaviors have occurred at all. So even if your child can get rid of these behaviors, you should mark your answer according to how frequently he/she experiences them. Your job, then, is to rate how frequently your child has experienced a behavior, over the past year, for the duration described in the question. Please read each question carefully, and select your answer next to each question.pgbi_1_p
gen_child_behav_2IntegerRecommendedHave there been periods of several days or more when your child's friends or other family members told you that your child seemed unusually happy or high - clearly different from his/her usual self or from a typical good mood? ¿Han habido períodos de varios días o más en los que los amigos u otros familiares de su niño(a) le hayan dicho a usted que su niño(a) parecía inusualmente feliz o eufórico- claramente distinto a lo normal para él/ella o a un buen estado de ánimo típico?0 ; 1 ; 2 ; 30 = Never - Hardly ever Nunca o casi nunca; 1 = Sometimes A veces; 2 = Often Con frecuencia; 3 = Very often - almost constantly Con mucha frecuencia - casi constantemente; Keep the following points in mind: Frequency: you may have noticed a behavior as far back as childhood or early teens, or you may have noticed it more recently. In either case, estimate how frequently the behavior has occurred over the past year. For example: if you noticed a behavior when your child was 5, and you have noticed it over the past year, mark your answer "often" or "very often - almost constantly". However, if your child has experienced a behavior during only one isolated period in his/her life, but not outside that period, mark your answer "never - hardly ever" or "sometimes". Duration: many questions require that a behavior occur for an approximate duration of time (for example, "several days or more"). The duration given is a minimum duration. If your child usually experiences a behavior for shorter durations, mark the question "never - hardly ever" or "sometimes". Changeability: what matters is not whether your child can get rid of certain behaviors if he/she has them, but whether these behaviors have occurred at all. So even if your child can get rid of these behaviors, you should mark your answer according to how frequently he/she experiences them. Your job, then, is to rate how frequently your child has experienced a behavior, over the past year, for the duration described in the question. Please read each question carefully, and select your answer next to each question.pgbi_2_p
gen_child_behav_3IntegerRecommendedHas your child's mood or energy shifted rapidly back and forth from happy to sad or high to low? ¿El estado de ánimo o la energía de su niño(a) ha tenido cambios abruptos de felicidad a tristeza o de euforia a decaimiento y vice versa?0 ; 1 ; 2 ; 30 = Never - Hardly ever Nunca o casi nunca; 1 = Sometimes A veces; 2 = Often Con frecuencia; 3 = Very often - almost constantly Con mucha frecuencia - casi constantemente; Keep the following points in mind: Frequency: you may have noticed a behavior as far back as childhood or early teens, or you may have noticed it more recently. In either case, estimate how frequently the behavior has occurred over the past year. For example: if you noticed a behavior when your child was 5, and you have noticed it over the past year, mark your answer "often" or "very often - almost constantly". However, if your child has experienced a behavior during only one isolated period in his/her life, but not outside that period, mark your answer "never - hardly ever" or "sometimes". Duration: many questions require that a behavior occur for an approximate duration of time (for example, "several days or more"). The duration given is a minimum duration. If your child usually experiences a behavior for shorter durations, mark the question "never - hardly ever" or "sometimes". Changeability: what matters is not whether your child can get rid of certain behaviors if he/she has them, but whether these behaviors have occurred at all. So even if your child can get rid of these behaviors, you should mark your answer according to how frequently he/she experiences them. Your job, then, is to rate how frequently your child has experienced a behavior, over the past year, for the duration described in the question. Please read each question carefully, and select your answer next to each question.pgbi_3_p
gen_child_behav_4IntegerRecommendedHas your child had periods of extreme happiness and intense energy that last several days or more when he/she also felt more anxious or tense (jittery, nervous, uptight) than usual (other than relates to the menstrual cycle)? ¿Ha tenido su niño(a) períodos (no relacionados con el ciclo menstrual) de varios días o más de felicidad extrema y energía intensa, en los que también se sintió mucho más ansioso(a) o tenso(a) [inquieto(a), nervioso(a)] de lo normal?0 ; 1 ; 2 ; 30 = Never - Hardly ever Nunca o casi nunca; 1 = Sometimes A veces; 2 = Often Con frecuencia; 3 = Very often - almost constantly Con mucha frecuencia - casi constantemente; Keep the following points in mind: Frequency: you may have noticed a behavior as far back as childhood or early teens, or you may have noticed it more recently. In either case, estimate how frequently the behavior has occurred over the past year. For example: if you noticed a behavior when your child was 5, and you have noticed it over the past year, mark your answer "often" or "very often - almost constantly". However, if your child has experienced a behavior during only one isolated period in his/her life, but not outside that period, mark your answer "never - hardly ever" or "sometimes". Duration: many questions require that a behavior occur for an approximate duration of time (for example, "several days or more"). The duration given is a minimum duration. If your child usually experiences a behavior for shorter durations, mark the question "never - hardly ever" or "sometimes". Changeability: what matters is not whether your child can get rid of certain behaviors if he/she has them, but whether these behaviors have occurred at all. So even if your child can get rid of these behaviors, you should mark your answer according to how frequently he/she experiences them. Your job, then, is to rate how frequently your child has experienced a behavior, over the past year, for the duration described in the question. Please read each question carefully, and select your answer next to each question.pgbi_4_p
gen_child_behav_5IntegerRecommendedHave there been times of several days or more when, although your child was feeling unusually happy and intensely energetic (clearly more than his/her usual self), he/she also had to struggle very hard to control inner feelings of rage or an urge to smash or destroy things? ¿Han habido períodos de varios días o más en los que, a pesar de sentirse inusualmente feliz y con un nivel intenso de energía (claramente más de lo normal para él/ella), también tuvo su niño(a) que batallar muy duro para controlar sus sentimientos internos de ira o una necesidad de destrozar o destruir cosas?0 ; 1 ; 2 ; 30 = Never - Hardly ever Nunca o casi nunca; 1 = Sometimes A veces; 2 = Often Con frecuencia; 3 = Very often - almost constantly Con mucha frecuencia - casi constantemente; Keep the following points in mind: Frequency: you may have noticed a behavior as far back as childhood or early teens, or you may have noticed it more recently. In either case, estimate how frequently the behavior has occurred over the past year. For example: if you noticed a behavior when your child was 5, and you have noticed it over the past year, mark your answer "often" or "very often - almost constantly". However, if your child has experienced a behavior during only one isolated period in his/her life, but not outside that period, mark your answer "never - hardly ever" or "sometimes". Duration: many questions require that a behavior occur for an approximate duration of time (for example, "several days or more"). The duration given is a minimum duration. If your child usually experiences a behavior for shorter durations, mark the question "never - hardly ever" or "sometimes". Changeability: what matters is not whether your child can get rid of certain behaviors if he/she has them, but whether these behaviors have occurred at all. So even if your child can get rid of these behaviors, you should mark your answer according to how frequently he/she experiences them. Your job, then, is to rate how frequently your child has experienced a behavior, over the past year, for the duration described in the question. Please read each question carefully, and select your answer next to each question.pgbi_5_p
gen_child_behav_6IntegerRecommendedHas your child had periods of extreme happiness and intense energy (clearly more than his/her normal self) when, for several days or more, it took him/her over an hour to get to sleep at night? ¿Su niño(a) ha tenido períodos de felicidad extrema y energía intensa (claramente más de lo normal para él/ella) por varios días o más en los que tardó más de una hora en quedarse dormido(a) en la noche?0 ; 1 ; 2 ; 30 = Never - Hardly ever Nunca o casi nunca; 1 = Sometimes A veces; 2 = Often Con frecuencia; 3 = Very often - almost constantly Con mucha frecuencia - casi constantemente; Keep the following points in mind: Frequency: you may have noticed a behavior as far back as childhood or early teens, or you may have noticed it more recently. In either case, estimate how frequently the behavior has occurred over the past year. For example: if you noticed a behavior when your child was 5, and you have noticed it over the past year, mark your answer "often" or "very often - almost constantly". However, if your child has experienced a behavior during only one isolated period in his/her life, but not outside that period, mark your answer "never - hardly ever" or "sometimes". Duration: many questions require that a behavior occur for an approximate duration of time (for example, "several days or more"). The duration given is a minimum duration. If your child usually experiences a behavior for shorter durations, mark the question "never - hardly ever" or "sometimes". Changeability: what matters is not whether your child can get rid of certain behaviors if he/she has them, but whether these behaviors have occurred at all. So even if your child can get rid of these behaviors, you should mark your answer according to how frequently he/she experiences them. Your job, then, is to rate how frequently your child has experienced a behavior, over the past year, for the duration described in the question. Please read each question carefully, and select your answer next to each question.pgbi_6_p
gen_child_behav_7IntegerRecommendedHave you ever found that your child's feelings or energy are generally up or down, but rarely in the middle? ¿Ha notado que los sentimientos o los niveles de energía de su niño(a) generalmente son altos o bajos, pero rara vez se encuentran en un punto medio?0 ; 1 ; 2 ; 30 = Never - Hardly ever Nunca o casi nunca; 1 = Sometimes A veces; 2 = Often Con frecuencia; 3 = Very often - almost constantly Con mucha frecuencia - casi constantemente; Keep the following points in mind: Frequency: you may have noticed a behavior as far back as childhood or early teens, or you may have noticed it more recently. In either case, estimate how frequently the behavior has occurred over the past year. For example: if you noticed a behavior when your child was 5, and you have noticed it over the past year, mark your answer "often" or "very often - almost constantly". However, if your child has experienced a behavior during only one isolated period in his/her life, but not outside that period, mark your answer "never - hardly ever" or "sometimes". Duration: many questions require that a behavior occur for an approximate duration of time (for example, "several days or more"). The duration given is a minimum duration. If your child usually experiences a behavior for shorter durations, mark the question "never - hardly ever" or "sometimes". Changeability: what matters is not whether your child can get rid of certain behaviors if he/she has them, but whether these behaviors have occurred at all. So even if your child can get rid of these behaviors, you should mark your answer according to how frequently he/she experiences them. Your job, then, is to rate how frequently your child has experienced a behavior, over the past year, for the duration described in the question. Please read each question carefully, and select your answer next to each question.pgbi_7_p
gen_child_behav_8IntegerRecommendedHas your child had periods lasting several days or more when he/she felt depressed or irritable, and then other periods of several days or more when he/she felt extremely high, elated, and overflowing with energy? ¿Su niño(a) ha tenido períodos de varios días o más en los que se ha sentido deprimido(a) o irritable, y luego otros períodos de varios días o más en los que se ha sentido extremadamente eufórico(a), entusiasmado(a) y desbordante de energía?0 ; 1 ; 2 ; 30 = Never - Hardly ever Nunca o casi nunca; 1 = Sometimes A veces; 2 = Often Con frecuencia; 3 = Very often - almost constantly Con mucha frecuencia - casi constantemente; Keep the following points in mind: Frequency: you may have noticed a behavior as far back as childhood or early teens, or you may have noticed it more recently. In either case, estimate how frequently the behavior has occurred over the past year. For example: if you noticed a behavior when your child was 5, and you have noticed it over the past year, mark your answer "often" or "very often - almost constantly". However, if your child has experienced a behavior during only one isolated period in his/her life, but not outside that period, mark your answer "never - hardly ever" or "sometimes". Duration: many questions require that a behavior occur for an approximate duration of time (for example, "several days or more"). The duration given is a minimum duration. If your child usually experiences a behavior for shorter durations, mark the question "never - hardly ever" or "sometimes". Changeability: what matters is not whether your child can get rid of certain behaviors if he/she has them, but whether these behaviors have occurred at all. So even if your child can get rid of these behaviors, you should mark your answer according to how frequently he/she experiences them. Your job, then, is to rate how frequently your child has experienced a behavior, over the past year, for the duration described in the question. Please read each question carefully, and select your answer next to each question.pgbi_8_p
gen_child_behav_9IntegerRecommendedHave there been periods when, although your child was feeling unusually happy and intensely energetic, almost everything got on his/her nerves and made him/her irritable or angry (other than related to the menstrual cycle)? ¿Han habido períodos (no relacionados con el ciclo menstrual) en los que, a pesar de sentirse inusualmente feliz y con un nivel intenso de energía, casi todo lo/la sacaba de quicio o lo/la hacía sentirse irritable o enojado(a)?0 ; 1 ; 2 ; 30 = Never - Hardly ever Nunca o casi nunca; 1 = Sometimes A veces; 2 = Often Con frecuencia; 3 = Very often - almost constantly Con mucha frecuencia - casi constantemente; Keep the following points in mind: Frequency: you may have noticed a behavior as far back as childhood or early teens, or you may have noticed it more recently. In either case, estimate how frequently the behavior has occurred over the past year. For example: if you noticed a behavior when your child was 5, and you have noticed it over the past year, mark your answer "often" or "very often - almost constantly". However, if your child has experienced a behavior during only one isolated period in his/her life, but not outside that period, mark your answer "never - hardly ever" or "sometimes". Duration: many questions require that a behavior occur for an approximate duration of time (for example, "several days or more"). The duration given is a minimum duration. If your child usually experiences a behavior for shorter durations, mark the question "never - hardly ever" or "sometimes". Changeability: what matters is not whether your child can get rid of certain behaviors if he/she has them, but whether these behaviors have occurred at all. So even if your child can get rid of these behaviors, you should mark your answer according to how frequently he/she experiences them. Your job, then, is to rate how frequently your child has experienced a behavior, over the past year, for the duration described in the question. Please read each question carefully, and select your answer next to each question.pgbi_9_p
gen_child_behav_10IntegerRecommendedHas your child had times when his/her thoughts and ideas came so fast that he/she couldn't get them all out, or they came so quickly others complained that they couldn't keep up with your child's ideas? ¿Su niño(a) ha tenido momentos en los que sus pensamientos e ideas surgían tan rápidamente que no podía expresarlos todos o que surgían con tal rapidez que otras personas se quejaban de que no podían seguirle el paso a sus ideas?0 ; 1 ; 2 ; 30 = Never - Hardly ever Nunca o casi nunca; 1 = Sometimes A veces; 2 = Often Con frecuencia; 3 = Very often - almost constantly Con mucha frecuencia - casi constantemente; Keep the following points in mind: Frequency: you may have noticed a behavior as far back as childhood or early teens, or you may have noticed it more recently. In either case, estimate how frequently the behavior has occurred over the past year. For example: if you noticed a behavior when your child was 5, and you have noticed it over the past year, mark your answer "often" or "very often - almost constantly". However, if your child has experienced a behavior during only one isolated period in his/her life, but not outside that period, mark your answer "never - hardly ever" or "sometimes". Duration: many questions require that a behavior occur for an approximate duration of time (for example, "several days or more"). The duration given is a minimum duration. If your child usually experiences a behavior for shorter durations, mark the question "never - hardly ever" or "sometimes". Changeability: what matters is not whether your child can get rid of certain behaviors if he/she has them, but whether these behaviors have occurred at all. So even if your child can get rid of these behaviors, you should mark your answer according to how frequently he/she experiences them. Your job, then, is to rate how frequently your child has experienced a behavior, over the past year, for the duration described in the question. Please read each question carefully, and select your answer next to each question.pgbi_10_p
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