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Acculturation Rating Scale for Mexican Americans II

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Clinical Assessments
Social Adjustment
06/26/2020
arsmaii01
06/26/2020
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Query Element Name Data Type Size Required 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
niss_23 Integer Recommended Was this assessment/procedure conducted? 0;1 0=No; 1=Yes arsma_01
niss_24 Integer Recommended Reason assessment not conducted 0::4 0=Physical Problem; 1=Cognitive/behavioral problem; 2=Verbal refusal; 3=Other problem; 4=Not applicable arsma_02
niss_25 Integer Recommended If other problem, describe arsma_03
niss_26 Integer Recommended Select language version 0;1 0=English; 1=Spanish arsma_04
arsma_05 Integer Recommended 1. I speak Spanish 1::5 1=Not at all; 2=Very little or not very often; 3=Moderately; 4=Much or very often; 5=Extremely often or almost always
arsma_06 Integer Recommended 2. I speak English 1::5 1=Not at all; 2=Very little or not very often; 3=Moderately; 4=Much or very often; 5=Extremely often or almost always
arsma_07 Integer Recommended 3. I enjoy to speaking Spanish 1::5 1=Not at all; 2=Very little or not very often; 3=Moderately; 4=Much or very often; 5=Extremely often or almost always
arsma_08 Integer Recommended 4. I associate with Anglos 1::5 1=Not at all; 2=Very little or not very often; 3=Moderately; 4=Much or very often; 5=Extremely often or almost always
arsma_09 Integer Recommended 5. I associate with Mexicans and/or Mexican Americans 1::5 1=Not at all; 2=Very little or not very often; 3=Moderately; 4=Much or very often; 5=Extremely often or almost always
arsma_10 Integer Recommended 6. I enjoy listening to Spanish language music 1::5 1=Not at all; 2=Very little or not very often; 3=Moderately; 4=Much or very often; 5=Extremely often or almost always
arsma_11 Integer Recommended 7. I enjoy listening to English language music 1::5 1=Not at all; 2=Very little or not very often; 3=Moderately; 4=Much or very often; 5=Extremely often or almost always
arsma_12 Integer Recommended 8. I enjoy Spanish language TV 1::5 1=Not at all; 2=Very little or not very often; 3=Moderately; 4=Much or very often; 5=Extremely often or almost always
arsma_13 Integer Recommended 9. I enjoy English language TV 1::5 1=Not at all; 2=Very little or not very often; 3=Moderately; 4=Much or very often; 5=Extremely often or almost always
arsma_14 Integer Recommended 10. I enjoy English language movies 1::5 1=Not at all; 2=Very little or not very often; 3=Moderately; 4=Much or very often; 5=Extremely often or almost always
arsma_15 Integer Recommended 11. I enjoy Spanish language movies 1::5 1=Not at all; 2=Very little or not very often; 3=Moderately; 4=Much or very often; 5=Extremely often or almost always
arsma_16 Integer Recommended 12. I enjoy reading books in Spanish 1::5 1=Not at all; 2=Very little or not very often; 3=Moderately; 4=Much or very often; 5=Extremely often or almost always
arsma_17 Integer Recommended 13. I enjoy reading books in English 1::5 1=Not at all; 2=Very little or not very often; 3=Moderately; 4=Much or very often; 5=Extremely often or almost always
arsma_18 Integer Recommended 14. I write in Spanish (e.g. letters) 1::5 1=Not at all; 2=Very little or not very often; 3=Moderately; 4=Much or very often; 5=Extremely often or almost always
arsma_19 Integer Recommended 15. I write in English (e.g. letters) 1::5 1=Not at all; 2=Very little or not very often; 3=Moderately; 4=Much or very often; 5=Extremely often or almost always
arsma_20 Integer Recommended 16. My thinking is done in the English language 1::5 1=Not at all; 2=Very little or not very often; 3=Moderately; 4=Much or very often; 5=Extremely often or almost always
arsma_21 Integer Recommended 17. My thinking is done in the Spanish language 1::5 1=Not at all; 2=Very little or not very often; 3=Moderately; 4=Much or very often; 5=Extremely often or almost always
arsma_22 Integer Recommended 18. My contact with Mexico has been 1::5 1=Not at all; 2=Very little or not very often; 3=Moderately; 4=Much or very often; 5=Extremely often or almost always
arsma_23 Integer Recommended 19. My contact with the US has been 1::5 1=Not at all; 2=Very little or not very often; 3=Moderately; 4=Much or very often; 5=Extremely often or almost always
arsma_24 Integer Recommended 20. My father identifies or identified himself as Mexican 1::5 1=Not at all; 2=Very little or not very often; 3=Moderately; 4=Much or very often; 5=Extremely often or almost always
arsma_25 Integer Recommended 21. My mother identifies or identified herself as Mexican 1::5 1=Not at all; 2=Very little or not very often; 3=Moderately; 4=Much or very often; 5=Extremely often or almost always
arsma_26 Integer Recommended 22. My friends, while I was growing up, were of Mexican origin 1::5 1=Not at all; 2=Very little or not very often; 3=Moderately; 4=Much or very often; 5=Extremely often or almost always
arsma_27 Integer Recommended 23. My friends, while I was growing up, were of Anglo origin 1::5 1=Not at all; 2=Very little or not very often; 3=Moderately; 4=Much or very often; 5=Extremely often or almost always
arsma_28 Integer Recommended 24. My family cooks Mexican foods 1::5 1=Not at all; 2=Very little or not very often; 3=Moderately; 4=Much or very often; 5=Extremely often or almost always
arsma_29 Integer Recommended 25. My friends now are of Anglo origin 1::5 1=Not at all; 2=Very little or not very often; 3=Moderately; 4=Much or very often; 5=Extremely often or almost always
arsma_30 Integer Recommended 26. My friends now are of Mexican origin 1::5 1=Not at all; 2=Very little or not very often; 3=Moderately; 4=Much or very often; 5=Extremely often or almost always
arsma_31 Integer Recommended 27. I like to identify myself as an Anglo American 1::5 1=Not at all; 2=Very little or not very often; 3=Moderately; 4=Much or very often; 5=Extremely often or almost always
arsma_32 Integer Recommended 28. I like to identify myself as a Mexican American 1::5 1=Not at all; 2=Very little or not very often; 3=Moderately; 4=Much or very often; 5=Extremely often or almost always
arsma_33 Integer Recommended 29. I like to identify myself as a Mexican 1::5 1=Not at all; 2=Very little or not very often; 3=Moderately; 4=Much or very often; 5=Extremely often or almost always
arsma_34 Integer Recommended 30. I like to identify myself as an American 1::5 1=Not at all; 2=Very little or not very often; 3=Moderately; 4=Much or very often; 5=Extremely often or almost always
arsma_35 Integer Recommended Mexican Orientation Scale (MOS)
arsma_36 Integer Recommended American Orientation Scale (AOS)
arsma_37 Integer Recommended Acculturation Score (AOS-MOS)
arsma_38 Integer Recommended Acculturation Level 1::5 1=Less than -1.33; 2=Greater than or equal to -1.33 and less than or equal to -.07; 2=Greater than -.07 and less than 1.19; 4=Greater than or equal to 1.19 and less than 2.45; 5=Greater than 2.45
arsma_39 Integer Recommended Select the generation that best applies to YOU. 1::5 1=1st Generation - You were born in Mexico or other; 2=2nd Generation - You were born in USA; either parent born in Mexico or other country; 3=3rd Generation - You were born in USA, both parents born in USA and all grandparents born in Mexico or other country; 4=4th Generation - You and your parents both born in USA and at least one grandparent born in Mexico or other country with remainder born in USA; 5=5th Generation - You and your parents born in the USA and all grandparents born in the USA
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