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ABCD Prodromal Psychosis Scale

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Element NameData TypeSizeRequiredConditionDescriptionValue 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
visitString50RecommendedVisit nameCharacter description of each type of visiteventname
prodromal_1_yIntegerRecommendedDid places that you know well, such as your bedroom, or other rooms in your home, your classroom or school yard, suddenly seem weird, strange or confusing to you; like not the real world?1 ; 01 = Yes; 0 = No
pps_1_bother_ynIntegerConditional prodromal_1_y == 1Well known places. Did it bother you?0 ; 11 = Yes; 0 = No
prodromal_1b_yIntegerConditional pps_1_bother_yn == 1Well known places. Please CHOOSE THE NUMBER below the appropriate picture that shows us how much that bothered you when it happened.1::51 = 1; 2 = 2; 3 = 3; 4 = 4; 5 = 5
prodromal_2_yIntegerRecommendedDid you hear strange sounds that you never noticed before like banging, clicking, hissing, clapping, or ringing in your ears?1 ; 01 = Yes; 0 = No
pps_2_bother_ynIntegerConditional prodromal_2_y == 1Strange sounds. Did it bother you?0 ; 11 = Yes; 0 = No
prodromal_2b_yIntegerConditional pps_2_bother_yn == 1Strange sounds. Please CHOOSE THE NUMBER below the appropriate picture that shows us how much that bothered you when it happened.1::51 = 1; 2 = 2; 3 = 3; 4 = 4; 5 = 5
prodromal_3_yIntegerRecommendedDo things that you see appear different from the way they usually do (brighter or duller, larger or smaller, or changed in some other way)?0; 10= No; 1= Yes
pps_3_bother_ynIntegerConditional prodromal_3_y == 1Things looked different. Did it bother you?0 ; 11 = Yes; 0 = No
prodromal_3b_yIntegerConditional pps_3_bother_yn == 1Things looked different.Please CHOOSE THE NUMBER below the appropriate picture that shows us how much that bothered you when it happened.1::51 = 1; 2 = 2; 3 = 3; 4 = 4; 5 = 5
prodromal_4_yIntegerRecommendedDid you feel like you had special, unusual powers like you could make things happen by magic, or that you could magically know what was inside another person's mind, or magically know what was going to happen in the future when other people could not?1 ; 01 = Yes; 0 = No
pps_4_bother_ynIntegerConditional prodromal_4_y == 1Special powers. Did it bother you?0 ; 11 = Yes; 0 = No
prodromal_4b_yIntegerConditional pps_4_bother_yn == 1Special powers. Please CHOOSE THE NUMBER below the appropriate picture that shows us how much that bothered you when it happened.1::51 = 1; 2 = 2; 3 = 3; 4 = 4; 5 = 5
prodromal_5_yIntegerRecommendedDid you feel that someone else, who is not you, has taken control over the private, personal, thoughts or ideas inside your head?1 ; 01 = Yes; 0 = No
pps_5_bother_ynIntegerConditional prodromal_5_y == 1Someone else in control. Did it bother you?0 ; 11 = Yes; 0 = No
prodromal_5b_yIntegerConditional pps_5_bother_yn == 1Someone else in control. Please CHOOSE THE NUMBER below the appropriate picture that shows us how much that bothered you when it happened.1::51 = 1; 2 = 2; 3 = 3; 4 = 4; 5 = 5
prodromal_6_yIntegerRecommendedDid you suddenly find it hard to figure out how to say something quickly and easily so that other people would understand what you meant?1 ; 01 = Yes; 0 = No
pps_6_bother_ynIntegerConditional prodromal_6_y == 1Hard to figure out. Did it bother you?0 ; 11 = Yes; 0 = No
prodromal_6b_yIntegerConditional pps_6_bother_yn == 1Hard to figure out. Please CHOOSE THE NUMBER below the appropriate picture that shows us how much that bothered you when it happened.1::51 = 1; 2 = 2; 3 = 3; 4 = 4; 5 = 5
prodromal_7_yIntegerRecommendedDid you ever feel very certain that you have very special abilities or magical talents that other people do not have?1 ; 01 = Yes; 0 = No
pps_7_bother_ynIntegerConditional prodromal_7_y == 1Magical talents. Did it bother you?0 ; 11 = Yes; 0 = No
prodromal_7b_yIntegerConditional pps_7_bother_yn == 1Magical talents. Please CHOOSE THE NUMBER below the appropriate picture that shows us how much that bothered you when it happened.1::51 = 1; 2 = 2; 3 = 3; 4 = 4; 5 = 5
prodromal_8_yIntegerRecommendedDid you suddenly feel that you could not trust other people because they seemed to be watching you or talking about you in an unfriendly way?1 ; 01 = Yes; 0 = No
pps_8_bother_ynIntegerConditional prodromal_8_y == 1Could not trust. Did it bother you?0 ; 11 = Yes; 0 = No
prodromal_8b_yIntegerConditional pps_8_bother_yn == 1Could not trust. Please CHOOSE THE NUMBER below the appropriate picture that shows us how much that bothered you when it happened.1::51 = 1; 2 = 2; 3 = 3; 4 = 4; 5 = 5
prodromal_9_yIntegerRecommendedDo you sometimes get strange feelings on or just beneath your skin, like bugs crawling?0; 10= No; 1= Yes
pps_9_bother_ynIntegerConditional prodromal_9_y == 1Strange skin feelings. Did it bother you?0 ; 11 = Yes; 0 = No
prodromal_9b_yIntegerConditional pps_9_bother_yn == 1Strange skin feelings. Please CHOOSE THE NUMBER below the appropriate picture that shows us how much that bothered you when it happened.1::51 = 1; 2 = 2; 3 = 3; 4 = 4; 5 = 5
prodromal_10_yIntegerRecommendedDid you lose concentration because you noticed sounds in the distance that you usually don't hear?1 ; 01 = Yes; 0 = No
pps_10_bother_ynIntegerConditional prodromal_10_y == 1Lose concentration. Did it bother you?0 ; 11 = Yes; 0 = No
prodromal_10b_yIntegerConditional pps_10_bother_yn == 1Lose concentration. Please CHOOSE THE NUMBER below the appropriate picture that shows us how much that bothered you when it happened.1::51 = 1; 2 = 2; 3 = 3; 4 = 4; 5 = 5
prodromal_11_yIntegerRecommendedAlthough you could not see anything or anyone, did you suddenly start to feel that an invisible energy, creature, or some person was around you?1 ; 01 = Yes; 0 = No
pps_11_bother_ynIntegerConditional prodromal_11_y == 1Invisible energy. Did it bother you?0 ; 11 = Yes; 0 = No
prodromal_11b_yIntegerConditional pps_11_bother_yn == 1Invisible energy. Please CHOOSE THE NUMBER below the appropriate picture that shows us how much that bothered you when it happened.1::51 = 1; 2 = 2; 3 = 3; 4 = 4; 5 = 5
prodromal_12_yIntegerRecommendedDid you start to worry at times that your mind was trying to trick you or was not working right?1 ; 01 = Yes; 0 = No
pps_12_bother_ynIntegerConditional prodromal_12_y == 1Mind is trying to trick you. Did it bother you?0 ; 11 = Yes; 0 = No
prodromal_12b_yIntegerConditional pps_12_bother_yn == 1Mind is trying to trick you. Please CHOOSE THE NUMBER below the appropriate picture that shows us how much that bothered you when it happened.1::51 = 1; 2 = 2; 3 = 3; 4 = 4; 5 = 5
prodromal_13_yIntegerRecommendedDid you feel that the world is not real, you are not real, or that you are dead?1 ; 01 = Yes; 0 = No
pps_13_bother_ynIntegerConditional prodromal_13_y == 1World is not real. Did it bother you?0 ; 11 = Yes; 0 = No
prodromal_13b_yIntegerConditional pps_13_bother_yn == 1World is not real. Please CHOOSE THE NUMBER below the appropriate picture that shows us how much that bothered you when it happened.1::51 = 1; 2 = 2; 3 = 3; 4 = 4; 5 = 5
prodromal_14_yIntegerRecommendedDid you feel confused because something you experienced didn't seem real or it seemed imaginary to you?1 ; 01 = Yes; 0 = No
pps_14_bother_ynIntegerConditional prodromal_14_y == 1Feel confused. Did it bother you?0 ; 11 = Yes; 0 = No
prodromal_14b_yIntegerConditional pps_14_bother_yn == 1Feel confused. Please CHOOSE THE NUMBER below the appropriate picture that shows us how much that bothered you when it happened.1::51 = 1; 2 = 2; 3 = 3; 4 = 4; 5 = 5
prodromal_15_yIntegerRecommendedDid you honestly believe in things that other people would say are unusual or weird?1 ; 01 = Yes; 0 = No
pps_15_bother_ynIntegerConditional prodromal_15_y == 1Did you honestly believe in things that other people would say are unusual or weird. Did it bother you?0 ; 11 = Yes; 0 = No
prodromal_15b_yIntegerConditional pps_15_bother_yn == 1Did you honestly believe in things that other people would say are unusual or weird. Please CHOOSE THE NUMBER below the appropriate picture that shows us how much that bothered you when it happened.1::51 = 1; 2 = 2; 3 = 3; 4 = 4; 5 = 5
prodromal_16_yIntegerRecommendedDid you feel that parts of your body had suddenly changed or worked differently than before; like your legs had suddenly turned to something else or your nose could suddenly smell things you'd never actually smelled before?1 ; 01 = Yes; 0 = No
pps_16_bother_ynIntegerConditional prodromal_16_y == 1Body changed. Did it bother you?0 ; 11 = Yes; 0 = No
prodromal_16b_yIntegerConditional pps_16_bother_yn == 1Body changed. Please CHOOSE THE NUMBER below the appropriate picture that shows us how much that bothered you when it happened.1::51 = 1; 2 = 2; 3 = 3; 4 = 4; 5 = 5
prodromal_17_yIntegerRecommendedDid you feel that sometimes your thoughts were so strong you could almost hear them, as if another person, NOT you, spoke them?1 ; 01 = Yes; 0 = No
pps_17_bother_ynIntegerConditional prodromal_17_y == 1Hear thoughts. Did it bother you?0 ; 11 = Yes; 0 = No
prodromal_17b_yIntegerConditional pps_17_bother_yn == 1Hear thoughts. Please CHOOSE THE NUMBER below the appropriate picture that shows us how much that bothered you when it happened.1::51 = 1; 2 = 2; 3 = 3; 4 = 4; 5 = 5
prodromal_18_yIntegerRecommendedDid you feel that other people might want something bad to happen to you or that you could not trust other people?1 ; 01 = Yes; 0 = No
pps_18_bother_ynIntegerConditional prodromal_18_y == 1People want bad things to happen.Did it bother you?0 ; 11 = Yes; 0 = No
prodromal_18b_yIntegerConditional pps_18_bother_yn == 1People want bad things to happen.Please CHOOSE THE NUMBER below the appropriate picture that shows us how much that bothered you when it happened.1::51 = 1; 2 = 2; 3 = 3; 4 = 4; 5 = 5
prodromal_19_yIntegerRecommendedDid you suddenly start to see unusual things that you never saw before like flashes, flames, blinding light, or shapes floating in front of you?1 ; 01 = Yes; 0 = No
pps_19_bother_ynIntegerConditional prodromal_19_y == 1Unusual things. Did it bother you?0 ; 11 = Yes; 0 = No
prodromal_19b_yIntegerConditional pps_19_bother_yn == 1Unusual things. Please CHOOSE THE NUMBER below the appropriate picture that shows us how much that bothered you when it happened.1::51 = 1; 2 = 2; 3 = 3; 4 = 4; 5 = 5
prodromal_20_yIntegerRecommendedHave you seen things that other people can't see or don't seem to see?0; 10= No; 1= Yes
pps_20_bother_ynIntegerConditional prodromal_20_y == 1Able to see more than others. Did it bother you?0 ; 11 = Yes; 0 = No
prodromal_20b_yIntegerConditional pps_20_bother_yn == 1Able to see more than others. Please CHOOSE THE NUMBER below the appropriate picture that shows us how much that bothered you when it happened.1::51 = 1; 2 = 2; 3 = 3; 4 = 4; 5 = 5
prodromal_21_yIntegerRecommendedDid you suddenly start to notice that people sometimes had a hard time understanding what you were saying, even though they used to understand you well?1 ; 01 = Yes; 0 = No
pps_21_bother_ynIntegerConditional prodromal_21_y == 1Hard time understanding you. Did it bother you?0 ; 11 = Yes; 0 = No
prodromal_21b_yIntegerConditional pps_21_bother_yn == 1Hard time understanding you. Please CHOOSE THE NUMBER below the appropriate picture that shows us how much that bothered you when it happened.1::51 = 1; 2 = 2; 3 = 3; 4 = 4; 5 = 5
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