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ABCD Parent Sleep Disturbance Scale for Children (SDS)

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Sleep and sleep disorders

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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
sleep_dis_select_language___1IntegerRecommended¿Español? (1, Sí)0 ; 10 = No; 1 = Yessleep_select_language_p
sleepdisturb1_pIntegerRecommendedHow many hours of sleep does your child get on most nights? ¿Cuántas horas duerme su niño(a) la mayoría de las noches?1 ; 2 ; 3 ; 4 ; 51 = 9-11 hours/ 9 a 11 horas; 2 = 8-9 hours /8 a 9 horas; 3 = 7-8 hours /7 a 8 horas; 4 = 5-7 hours /5 a 7 horas; 5 = Less than 5 hours/ Menos de 5 horas// Consider each question pertaining to the PAST 6 MONTHS of the child's lifesleep_1_p
sleepdisturb2_pIntegerRecommendedHow long after going to bed does your child usually fall asleep? Después de acostarse ¿generalmente cuánto tiempo tarda su niño(a) en quedarse dormido(a)?1 ; 2 ; 3 ; 4 ; 51 = Less than 15 minutes /Menos de 15 minutos; 2 = 15-30 minutes 15 a 30 minutos; 3 = 30-45 minutes /30 a 45 minutos; 4 = 45-60 minutes /45 a 60 minutos; 5 = More than 60 minutes /Más de 60 minutos//Consider each question pertaining to the PAST 6 MONTHS of the child's lifesleep_2_p
sleepdisturb3_pIntegerRecommendedThe child goes to bed reluctantly. El niño/ la niña se va a la cama de mala gana.1 ; 2 ; 3 ; 4 ; 51 = Never /Nunca; 2 = Occasionally (once or twice per month or less) /Ocasionalmente (1 o 2 veces al mes o menos); 3 = Sometimes (once or twice per week) /A veces (1 o 2 veces a la semana); 4 = Often (3 or 5 times per week)/ A menudo (de 3 a 5 veces a la semana); 5 = Always (daily) /Siempre (diariamente)// Consider each question pertaining to the PAST 6 MONTHS of the child's lifesleep_3_p
sleepdisturb4_pIntegerRecommendedThe child has difficulty getting to sleep at night. El niño / la niña tiene dificultad quedándose dormido(a) en la noche.1 ; 2 ; 3 ; 4 ; 51 = Never /Nunca; 2 = Occasionally (once or twice per month or less) /Ocasionalmente (1 o 2 veces al mes o menos); 3 = Sometimes (once or twice per week) /A veces (1 o 2 veces a la semana); 4 = Often (3 or 5 times per week)/ A menudo (de 3 a 5 veces a la semana); 5 = Always (daily) /Siempre (diariamente)// Consider each question pertaining to the PAST 6 MONTHS of the child's lifesleep_4_p
sleepdisturb5_pIntegerRecommendedThe child feels anxious or afraid when falling asleep. El niño / la niña siente ansiedad o miedo cuando se está quedando dormido(a).1 ; 2 ; 3 ; 4 ; 51 = Never /Nunca; 2 = Occasionally (once or twice per month or less) /Ocasionalmente (1 o 2 veces al mes o menos); 3 = Sometimes (once or twice per week) /A veces (1 o 2 veces a la semana); 4 = Often (3 or 5 times per week)/ A menudo (de 3 a 5 veces a la semana); 5 = Always (daily) /Siempre (diariamente)// Consider each question pertaining to the PAST 6 MONTHS of the child's lifesleep_5_p
sleepdisturb6_pIntegerRecommendedThe child startles or jerks parts of the body while falling asleep. El niño / la niña se sobresalta o sacude partes del cuerpo mientras se está quedando dormido(a).1 ; 2 ; 3 ; 4 ; 51 = Never /Nunca; 2 = Occasionally (once or twice per month or less) /Ocasionalmente (1 o 2 veces al mes o menos); 3 = Sometimes (once or twice per week) /A veces (1 o 2 veces a la semana); 4 = Often (3 or 5 times per week)/ A menudo (de 3 a 5 veces a la semana); 5 = Always (daily) /Siempre (diariamente)// Consider each question pertaining to the PAST 6 MONTHS of the child's lifesleep_6_p
sleepdisturb7_pIntegerRecommendedThe child shows repetitive actions such as rocking or head banging while falling asleep. El niño / la niña muestra acciones repetitivas como mecerse o golpear la cabeza contra algo mientras se está quedando dormido(a).1 ; 2 ; 3 ; 4 ; 51 = Never /Nunca; 2 = Occasionally (once or twice per month or less) /Ocasionalmente (1 o 2 veces al mes o menos); 3 = Sometimes (once or twice per week) /A veces (1 o 2 veces a la semana); 4 = Often (3 or 5 times per week)/ A menudo (de 3 a 5 veces a la semana); 5 = Always (daily) /Siempre (diariamente)// Consider each question pertaining to the PAST 6 MONTHS of the child's lifesleep_7_p
sleepdisturb8_pIntegerRecommendedThe child experiences vivid dream-like scenes while falling asleep. El niño / la niña experimenta escenas vívidas como si fuera un sueño mientras se está quedando dormido(a).1 ; 2 ; 3 ; 4 ; 51 = Never /Nunca; 2 = Occasionally (once or twice per month or less) /Ocasionalmente (1 o 2 veces al mes o menos); 3 = Sometimes (once or twice per week) /A veces (1 o 2 veces a la semana); 4 = Often (3 or 5 times per week)/ A menudo (de 3 a 5 veces a la semana); 5 = Always (daily) /Siempre (diariamente)// Consider each question pertaining to the PAST 6 MONTHS of the child's lifesleep_8_p
sleepdisturb9_pIntegerRecommendedThe child sweats excessively while falling asleep. El niño / la niña suda excesivamente mientras se está quedando dormido(a).1 ; 2 ; 3 ; 4 ; 51 = Never /Nunca; 2 = Occasionally (once or twice per month or less) /Ocasionalmente (1 o 2 veces al mes o menos); 3 = Sometimes (once or twice per week) /A veces (1 o 2 veces a la semana); 4 = Often (3 or 5 times per week)/ A menudo (de 3 a 5 veces a la semana); 5 = Always (daily) /Siempre (diariamente)// Consider each question pertaining to the PAST 6 MONTHS of the child's lifesleep_9_p
sleepdisturb10_pIntegerRecommendedThe child wakes up more than twice per night. El niño / la niña se despierta más de dos veces por noche.1 ; 2 ; 3 ; 4 ; 51 = Never /Nunca; 2 = Occasionally (once or twice per month or less) /Ocasionalmente (1 o 2 veces al mes o menos); 3 = Sometimes (once or twice per week) /A veces (1 o 2 veces a la semana); 4 = Often (3 or 5 times per week)/ A menudo (de 3 a 5 veces a la semana); 5 = Always (daily) /Siempre (diariamente)// Consider each question pertaining to the PAST 6 MONTHS of the child's lifesleep_10_p
sleepdisturb11_pIntegerRecommendedAfter waking up in the night, the child has difficulty to fall asleep again. Después de despertarse en la noche, el niño / la niña tiene dificultad para quedarse dormido(a) de nuevo.1 ; 2 ; 3 ; 4 ; 51 = Never /Nunca; 2 = Occasionally (once or twice per month or less) /Ocasionalmente (1 o 2 veces al mes o menos); 3 = Sometimes (once or twice per week) /A veces (1 o 2 veces a la semana); 4 = Often (3 or 5 times per week)/ A menudo (de 3 a 5 veces a la semana); 5 = Always (daily) /Siempre (diariamente)// Consider each question pertaining to the PAST 6 MONTHS of the child's lifesleep_11_p
sleepdisturb12_pIntegerRecommendedThe child has frequent twitching or jerking of legs while asleep or often changes position during the night or kicks the covers off the bed. Al niño / A la niña se le contraen de repente o se le sacuden las piernas frecuentemente mientras duerme o a menudo cambia de posición durante la noche o patea las cobijas hasta tirarlas de la cama.1 ; 2 ; 3 ; 4 ; 51 = Never /Nunca; 2 = Occasionally (once or twice per month or less) /Ocasionalmente (1 o 2 veces al mes o menos); 3 = Sometimes (once or twice per week) /A veces (1 o 2 veces a la semana); 4 = Often (3 or 5 times per week)/ A menudo (de 3 a 5 veces a la semana); 5 = Always (daily) /Siempre (diariamente)// Consider each question pertaining to the PAST 6 MONTHS of the child's lifesleep_12_p
sleepdisturb13_pIntegerRecommendedThe child has difficulty in breathing during the night. El niño / la niña tiene dificultad respirando durante la noche.1 ; 2 ; 3 ; 4 ; 51 = Never /Nunca; 2 = Occasionally (once or twice per month or less) /Ocasionalmente (1 o 2 veces al mes o menos); 3 = Sometimes (once or twice per week) /A veces (1 o 2 veces a la semana); 4 = Often (3 or 5 times per week)/ A menudo (de 3 a 5 veces a la semana); 5 = Always (daily) /Siempre (diariamente)// Consider each question pertaining to the PAST 6 MONTHS of the child's lifesleep_13_p
sleepdisturb14_pIntegerRecommendedThe child gasps for breaths or is unable to breathe during sleep. El niño / la niña toma bocanadas de aire para respirar o no puede respirar mientras duerme.1 ; 2 ; 3 ; 4 ; 51 = Never /Nunca; 2 = Occasionally (once or twice per month or less) /Ocasionalmente (1 o 2 veces al mes o menos); 3 = Sometimes (once or twice per week) /A veces (1 o 2 veces a la semana); 4 = Often (3 or 5 times per week)/ A menudo (de 3 a 5 veces a la semana); 5 = Always (daily) /Siempre (diariamente)// Consider each question pertaining to the PAST 6 MONTHS of the child's lifesleep_14_p
sleepdisturb15_pIntegerRecommendedThe child snores. El niño / la niña ronca.1 ; 2 ; 3 ; 4 ; 51 = Never /Nunca; 2 = Occasionally (once or twice per month or less) /Ocasionalmente (1 o 2 veces al mes o menos); 3 = Sometimes (once or twice per week) /A veces (1 o 2 veces a la semana); 4 = Often (3 or 5 times per week)/ A menudo (de 3 a 5 veces a la semana); 5 = Always (daily) /Siempre (diariamente)// Consider each question pertaining to the PAST 6 MONTHS of the child's lifesleep_15_p
sleepdisturb16_pIntegerRecommendedThe child sweats excessively during the night. El niño / la niña suda en exceso durante la noche.1 ; 2 ; 3 ; 4 ; 51 = Never /Nunca; 2 = Occasionally (once or twice per month or less) /Ocasionalmente (1 o 2 veces al mes o menos); 3 = Sometimes (once or twice per week) /A veces (1 o 2 veces a la semana); 4 = Often (3 or 5 times per week)/ A menudo (de 3 a 5 veces a la semana); 5 = Always (daily) /Siempre (diariamente)// Consider each question pertaining to the PAST 6 MONTHS of the child's lifesleep_16_p
sleepdisturb17_pIntegerRecommendedYou have observed the child sleepwalking. Usted ha visto al niño / la niña caminar mientras duerme.1 ; 2 ; 3 ; 4 ; 51 = Never /Nunca; 2 = Occasionally (once or twice per month or less) /Ocasionalmente (1 o 2 veces al mes o menos); 3 = Sometimes (once or twice per week) /A veces (1 o 2 veces a la semana); 4 = Often (3 or 5 times per week)/ A menudo (de 3 a 5 veces a la semana); 5 = Always (daily) /Siempre (diariamente)// Consider each question pertaining to the PAST 6 MONTHS of the child's lifesleep_17_p
sleepdisturb18_pIntegerRecommendedYou have observed the child talking in his/her sleep. Usted ha visto al niño / la niña hablar mientras está dormido(a).1 ; 2 ; 3 ; 4 ; 51 = Never /Nunca; 2 = Occasionally (once or twice per month or less) /Ocasionalmente (1 o 2 veces al mes o menos); 3 = Sometimes (once or twice per week) /A veces (1 o 2 veces a la semana); 4 = Often (3 or 5 times per week)/ A menudo (de 3 a 5 veces a la semana); 5 = Always (daily) /Siempre (diariamente)// Consider each question pertaining to the PAST 6 MONTHS of the child's lifesleep_18_p
sleepdisturb19_pIntegerRecommendedThe child grinds his/her teeth during sleep. El niño / la niña rechina sus dientes mientras duerme.1 ; 2 ; 3 ; 4 ; 51 = Never /Nunca; 2 = Occasionally (once or twice per month or less) /Ocasionalmente (1 o 2 veces al mes o menos); 3 = Sometimes (once or twice per week) /A veces (1 o 2 veces a la semana); 4 = Often (3 or 5 times per week)/ A menudo (de 3 a 5 veces a la semana); 5 = Always (daily) /Siempre (diariamente)// Consider each question pertaining to the PAST 6 MONTHS of the child's lifesleep_19_p
sleepdisturb20_pIntegerRecommendedThe child wakes from sleep screaming or confused so you cannot seem to get through to him/her, but has no memory of these events the next morning. El niño / la niña se despierta gritando o confundido(a) de manera que usted no logra comunicarse con él / ella, pero no recuerda estos eventos a la mañana siguiente.1 ; 2 ; 3 ; 4 ; 51 = Never /Nunca; 2 = Occasionally (once or twice per month or less) /Ocasionalmente (1 o 2 veces al mes o menos); 3 = Sometimes (once or twice per week) /A veces (1 o 2 veces a la semana); 4 = Often (3 or 5 times per week)/ A menudo (de 3 a 5 veces a la semana); 5 = Always (daily) /Siempre (diariamente)// Consider each question pertaining to the PAST 6 MONTHS of the child's lifesleep_20_p
sleepdisturb21_pIntegerRecommendedThe child has nightmares which he/she doesn't remember the next day. El niño / la niña tiene pesadillas que no recuerda al día siguiente.1 ; 2 ; 3 ; 4 ; 51 = Never /Nunca; 2 = Occasionally (once or twice per month or less) /Ocasionalmente (1 o 2 veces al mes o menos); 3 = Sometimes (once or twice per week) /A veces (1 o 2 veces a la semana); 4 = Often (3 or 5 times per week)/ A menudo (de 3 a 5 veces a la semana); 5 = Always (daily) /Siempre (diariamente)// Consider each question pertaining to the PAST 6 MONTHS of the child's lifesleep_21_p
sleepdisturb22_pIntegerRecommendedThe child is unusuallly difficult to wake up in the morning. Es inusualmente difícil despertar al niño / la niña en la mañana.1 ; 2 ; 3 ; 4 ; 51 = Never /Nunca; 2 = Occasionally (once or twice per month or less) /Ocasionalmente (1 o 2 veces al mes o menos); 3 = Sometimes (once or twice per week) /A veces (1 o 2 veces a la semana); 4 = Often (3 or 5 times per week)/ A menudo (de 3 a 5 veces a la semana); 5 = Always (daily) /Siempre (diariamente)// Consider each question pertaining to the PAST 6 MONTHS of the child's lifesleep_22_p
sleepdisturb23_pIntegerRecommendedThe child awakes in the morning feeling tired. El niño / la niña se despierta en la mañana sintiéndose cansado(a).1 ; 2 ; 3 ; 4 ; 51 = Never /Nunca; 2 = Occasionally (once or twice per month or less) /Ocasionalmente (1 o 2 veces al mes o menos); 3 = Sometimes (once or twice per week) /A veces (1 o 2 veces a la semana); 4 = Often (3 or 5 times per week)/ A menudo (de 3 a 5 veces a la semana); 5 = Always (daily) /Siempre (diariamente)// Consider each question pertaining to the PAST 6 MONTHS of the child's lifesleep_23_p
sleepdisturb24_pIntegerRecommendedThe child feels unable to move when waking up in the morning. El niño / la niña siente que no puede moverse cuando se despierta en la mañana.1 ; 2 ; 3 ; 4 ; 51 = Never /Nunca; 2 = Occasionally (once or twice per month or less) /Ocasionalmente (1 o 2 veces al mes o menos); 3 = Sometimes (once or twice per week) /A veces (1 o 2 veces a la semana); 4 = Often (3 or 5 times per week)/ A menudo (de 3 a 5 veces a la semana); 5 = Always (daily) /Siempre (diariamente)// Consider each question pertaining to the PAST 6 MONTHS of the child's lifesleep_24_p
sleepdisturb25_pIntegerRecommendedThe child experiences daytime sleepiness. El niño / la niña siente sueño durante el día.1 ; 2 ; 3 ; 4 ; 51 = Never /Nunca; 2 = Occasionally (once or twice per month or less) /Ocasionalmente (1 o 2 veces al mes o menos); 3 = Sometimes (once or twice per week) /A veces (1 o 2 veces a la semana); 4 = Often (3 or 5 times per week)/ A menudo (de 3 a 5 veces a la semana); 5 = Always (daily) /Siempre (diariamente)// Consider each question pertaining to the PAST 6 MONTHS of the child's lifesleep_25_p
sleepdisturb26_pIntegerRecommendedThe child falls asleep suddenly in inappropriate situations. El niño / la niña se queda dormido(a) de repente en situaciones inapropiadas.1 ; 2 ; 3 ; 4 ; 51 = Never /Nunca; 2 = Occasionally (once or twice per month or less) /Ocasionalmente (1 o 2 veces al mes o menos); 3 = Sometimes (once or twice per week) /A veces (1 o 2 veces a la semana); 4 = Often (3 or 5 times per week)/ A menudo (de 3 a 5 veces a la semana); 5 = Always (daily) /Siempre (diariamente)// Consider each question pertaining to the PAST 6 MONTHS of the child's lifesleep_26_p
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