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ABCD Youth Mexican American Cultural Values Scale

10,522 Shared Subjects

The Mexican American Cultural Values Scale Modified for youth consists of 15 items that correspond to the family support subscale, the family obligation subscale, and the independence and self-reliance subscale.
Clinical Assessments
Questionnaire
04/08/2020
abcd_macvsy01
05/28/2021
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Query Element Name Data Type Size Required Condition Description Value Range Notes Aliases
subjectkey GUID Required The NDAR Global Unique Identifier (GUID) for research subject NDAR*
src_subject_id String 20 Required Subject ID how it's defined in lab/project
interview_date Date Required Date on which the interview/genetic test/sampling/imaging/biospecimen was completed. MM/DD/YYYY
interview_age Integer Required Age in months at the time of the interview/test/sampling/imaging. 0 :: 1260 Age 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.
sex String 20 Required Sex of subject at birth M;F; O; NR M = Male; F = Female; O=Other; NR = Not reported
eventname String 60 Required The event name for which the data was collected
macv_q2 Integer Recommended event_name_number = 21 Parents should teach their children that the family always comes first. 1::5 1=Not at All; 2=A Little; 3=Somewhat; 4=Very Much; 5=Completely macvs_q2
macv_q3 Integer Recommended event_name_number = 21 Children should be taught that it is their duty to care for their parents when their parents get old. 1::5 1=Not at All; 2=A Little; 3=Somewhat; 4=Very Much; 5=Completely macvs_q3
macv_q4 Integer Recommended event_name_number = 21 Children should always do things to make their parents happy. 1::5 1=Not at All; 2=A Little; 3=Somewhat; 4=Very Much; 5=Completely macvs_q4
macv_q7 Integer Recommended event_name_number = 21 Family provides a sense of security because they will always be there for you. 1::5 1=Not at All; 2=A Little; 3=Somewhat; 4=Very Much; 5=Completely macvs_q7
macv_q8 Integer Recommended event_name_number = 21 If a relative is having a hard time financially, one should help them out if possible. 1::5 1=Not at All; 2=A Little; 3=Somewhat; 4=Very Much; 5=Completely macvs_q8
macv_q9 Integer Recommended event_name_number = 21 When it comes to important decisions, the family should ask for advice from close relatives. 1::5 1=Not at All; 2=A Little; 3=Somewhat; 4=Very Much; 5=Completely macvs_q9
macv_q12 Integer Recommended event_name_number = 21 It is always important to be united as a family 1::5 1=Not at All; 2=A Little; 3=Somewhat; 4=Very Much; 5=Completely macvs_q12
macv_q13 Integer Recommended event_name_number = 21 A person should share their home with relatives if they need a place to stay 1::5 1=Not at All; 2=A Little; 3=Somewhat; 4=Very Much; 5=Completely macvs_q13
macv_q16 Integer Recommended event_name_number = 21 It is important to have close relationships with aunts/uncles, grandparents, and cousins. 1::5 1=Not at All; 2=A Little; 3=Somewhat; 4=Very Much; 5=Completely macvs_q16
macv_q17 Integer Recommended event_name_number = 21 Older kids should take care of and be role models for their younger brothers and sisters. 1::5 1=Not at All; 2=A Little; 3=Somewhat; 4=Very Much; 5=Completely macvs_q17
macv_q18 Integer Recommended event_name_number = 21 Children should be taught to always be good because they represent the family. 1::5 1=Not at All; 2=A Little; 3=Somewhat; 4=Very Much; 5=Completely macvs_q18
macv_q21 Integer Recommended event_name_number = 21 Holidays and celebrations are important because the whole family comes together. 1::5 1=Not at All; 2=A Little; 3=Somewhat; 4=Very Much; 5=Completely macvs_q21
macv_q22 Integer Recommended event_name_number = 21 Parents should be willing to make great sacrifices to make sure their children have a better life. 1::5 1=Not at All; 2=A Little; 3=Somewhat; 4=Very Much; 5=Completely macvs_q22
macv_q23 Integer Recommended event_name_number = 21 A person should always think about their family when making important decisions. 1::5 1=Not at All; 2=A Little; 3=Somewhat; 4=Very Much; 5=Completely macvs_q23
macv_q26 Integer Recommended event_name_number = 21 It is important for family members to show their love and affection to one another. 1::5 1=Not at All; 2=A Little; 3=Somewhat; 4=Very Much; 5=Completely macvs_q26
macv_q27 Integer Recommended event_name_number = 21 It is important to work hard and do one's best because this work reflects on the family. 1::5 1=Not at All; 2=A Little; 3=Somewhat; 4=Very Much; 5=Completely macvs_q27
macv_q20 Integer Recommended It is important to thank God or Higher Power(s) every day for all one has. 1::5 1=Not at All ; 2=A Little ; 3=Somewhat ; 4=Very Much ; 5=Completely ([event-name] = '3_year_follow_up_y_arm_1')
macv_q24 Integer Recommended Parents should encourage children to solve their own problems. 1::5 1=Not at All ; 2=A Little ; 3=Somewhat ; 4=Very Much ; 5=Completely ([event-name] = '3_year_follow_up_y_arm_1')
macv_q25 Integer Recommended It is important to follow the Word of God or Higher Power(s). 1::5 1=Not at All ; 2=A Little ; 3=Somewhat ; 4=Very Much ; 5=Completely ([event-name] = '3_year_follow_up_y_arm_1')
macv_q28 Integer Recommended Religion should be an important part of one's life. 1::5 1=Not at All ; 2=A Little ; 3=Somewhat ; 4=Very Much ; 5=Completely ([event-name] = '3_year_follow_up_y_arm_1')
macv_q5 Integer Recommended People should learn how to take care of themselves and not depend on others. 1::5 1=Not at All ; 2=A Little ; 3=Somewhat ; 4=Very Much ; 5=Completely ([event-name] = '3_year_follow_up_y_arm_1')
macv_q6 Integer Recommended God or Higher Power(s) is first; family is second. 1::5 1=Not at All ; 2=A Little ; 3=Somewhat ; 4=Very Much ; 5=Completely ([event-name] = '3_year_follow_up_y_arm_1')
macv_comprehend Integer Recommended Did youth meet comprehension criteria? 1;0 1= Yes; 0= No ([event-name] = '3_year_follow_up_y_arm_1' and [sched_delay] = '7') OR ([event-name] = '4_year_follow_up_y_arm_1' AND [sched_delay] = '7')
macv_q1 Integer Recommended One's belief in God or Higher Power(s) gives inner strength and meaning to life. 1::5 1=Not at All ; 2=A Little ; 3=Somewhat ; 4=Very Much ; 5=Completely ([event-name] = '3_year_follow_up_y_arm_1')
macv_q10 Integer Recommended The most important thing parents can teach their children is to be independent from others. 1::5 1=Not at All ; 2=A Little ; 3=Somewhat ; 4=Very Much ; 5=Completely ([event-name] = '3_year_follow_up_y_arm_1')
macv_q11 Integer Recommended Parents should teach their children how to pray. 1::5 1=Not at All ; 2=A Little ; 3=Somewhat ; 4=Very Much ; 5=Completely ([event-name] = '3_year_follow_up_y_arm_1')
macv_q14 Integer Recommended As children get older their parents should allow them to make their own decisions 1::5 1=Not at All ; 2=A Little ; 3=Somewhat ; 4=Very Much ; 5=Completely ([event-name] = '3_year_follow_up_y_arm_1')
macv_q15 Integer Recommended If everything is taken away 1::5 1=Not at All ; 2=A Little ; 3=Somewhat ; 4=Very Much ; 5=Completely ([event-name] = '3_year_follow_up_y_arm_1')
macv_q19 Integer Recommended When there are problems in life 1::5 1=Not at All ; 2=A Little ; 3=Somewhat ; 4=Very Much ; 5=Completely ([event-name] = '3_year_follow_up_y_arm_1')
macv_admin Integer Recommended Please indicate how instrument was administered: 1::3 1=RA-Administered ; 2=Youth Self-Administered ; 3=Combination ([event-name] = '3_year_follow_up_y_arm_1')
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