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Bipolar Disorder Phone Survey

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Element NameData TypeSizeRequiredDescriptionValue RangeNotesAliases
subjectkeyGUIDRequiredThe NDAR Global Unique Identifier (GUID) for research subjectNDAR*guid, nimhid, z1
src_subject_idString20RequiredSubject ID how it's defined in lab/projectcatieid, id, participant_id, ptid, randid, record_id, subject_id, subjid, z2
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.age, intvage, z4
sexString20RequiredSex of the subjectM;FM = Male; F = Femalegender, z5
phenotypeString200RequiredPhenotype/diagnosis for the subject
phenotype_descriptionString4,000RequiredDescription of the phenotype for the subject
surveyIntegerRequiredPhone Survey Type1::31=Morning; 2=Afternoon; 3=Evening
bdps_bedtimeIntegerRecommendedWhat time did you go to bed last night? (exact)1::301=7:00 pm; 2=7:15 pm; 3=7:30 pm; 4=7:45 pm; 5=8:00 pm; 6=8:15 pm; 7=8:30 pm; 8=8:45 pm; 9=9:00 pm; 10=9:15 pm; 11=9:30 pm; 12=9:45 pm; 13=10:00 pm; 14=10:15 pm; 15=10:30 pm; 16=10:45 pm; 17=11:00 pm; 18=11:15 pm; 19=11:30 pm; 20=11:45 pm; 21=12:00 am; 22=12:15 am; 23=12:30 am; 24=12:45 am; 25=1:00 am; 26=1:15 am; 27=1:30 am; 28=1:45 am; 29=2:00 am; 30=Laterbedtime
bedtime_1IntegerRecommendedWhat time did you go to bed last night? (range)0::40=6:01pm-8:00pm; 1=8:01pm-10:00pm; 2=10:01pm-12:00am; 3=12:01am-2:00am; 4=After 2:00am
timetofallasleepIntegerRecommendedHow long did it take to fall asleep?0::40=0-30 minutes; 1=30-60 minutes; 2=1-2 hours; 3=2-4 hours; 4=Greater than 4 hours
numberawakeningsIntegerRecommendedHow many times did you wake up during the night?0::50=None; 1=Once; 2=2-3 times; 3=4-10 times; 4=11-20 times; 5=More than 20 times
hoursofsleepIntegerRecommendedHow many hours of sleep did you get?0::40=0-3 hours; 1=4-5 hours; 2=6-7 hours; 3=8-10 hours; 4=More than 10 hours
psqpi9IntegerRecommendedParent: How would you rate your child's sleep quality last night? Child/Self: How would you rate your sleep quality last night?1::4;-99;77;881= Very good ; 2= Fairly good ; 3= Fairly bad ; 4= Very bad ; -99= N/A ; 77= Refused ; 88= Missingsleepquality
sleepmedIntegerRecommendedDid you take any medication specifically to help you sleep last night?0; 10=No; 1=Yes
whereareyouIntegerRecommendedWhere are you right now?1::101=At home; 2=At the home of family; 3=At the home of friends; 4=At work; 5=In class education; 6=In a public business; 7=In a vehicle; 8=In a hospital; 9=Inside other; 10=Outside other
whoiswithyouIntegerRecommendedWho is with you at this moment?1::81=Alone; 2=Spouse or partner; 3=Other family members; 4=Friends; 5=Coworkers; 6=With supervisor; 7=With unknown people; 8=With pets
whatareyoudoingIntegerRecommendedWhat are you doing?0::120=Nothing; 1=Eating or drinking; 2=Personal care; 3=Taking medication; 4=Working; 5=Household chores; 6=Shopping; 7=Physical leisure; 8=Social interactions; 9=Traveling; 10=Internet browsing; 11=Non-physical leisure; 12=Other
productiveIntegerRecommendedHow productive are you being in what you are doing?1::71=Not at all; 7=Very much
confidentIntegerRecommendedHow confident are you in what you're doing?1::71=Not at all; 7=Very much
relaxedIntegerRecommendedHow relaxed are you?1::71=Not at all; 7=Very much
bdps_happyIntegerRecommendedHow happy are you?1::71=Not at all; 7=Very muchhappy
energeticIntegerRecommendedHow energetic are you?1::71=Not at all; 7=Very much
sadordepressedIntegerRecommendedHow sad or depressed are you?1::71=Not at all; 7=Very much
angryorupsetIntegerRecommendedHow angry or upset are you?1::71=Not at all; 7=Very much
anxiousornervousIntegerRecommendedHow anxious or nervous are you?1::71=Not at all; 7=Very much
stressedIntegerRecommendedHow stressed are you?1::71=Not at all; 7=Very much
impulsiveIntegerRecommendedHow impulsive do you feel?1::71=Not at all; 7=Very much
masculineIntegerRecommendedHow masculine do you feel?1::71=Not at all; 7=Very much
feminineIntegerRecommendedHow feminine do you feel?1::71=Not at all; 7=Very much
currentmoodIntegerRecommendedWhat is your current mood?-4; -3; -2; -1; 0::4-4=Most depressed ever; -3=Severely depressed; -2=Moderately depressed; -1=Mildly depressed; 0=Even or euthymic; 1=Mildly manic; 2=Moderately manic; 3=Severely manic; 4=Most manic ever
wanttocallsdcrisislineIntegerRecommendedDo you want to call San Diego crisis line?0; 10=No; 1=Yes
slowthinkingIntegerRecommendedIn the past 24 hours, my thinking has been slow0::30=Never; 1=Once; 2=A few times; 3=Most of the time
hardtoswitchattentionIntegerRecommendedIn the past 24 hours, it has been hard to switch my attention between different activities0::30=Never; 1=Once; 2=A few times; 3=Most of the time
troubleconcentratingIntegerRecommendedIn the past 24 hours, I have had trouble concentrating0::30=Never; 1=Once; 2=A few times; 3=Most of the time
troublerememberingIntegerRecommendedIn the past 24 hours, I have had trouble remembering things0::30=Never; 1=Once; 2=A few times; 3=Most of the time
drugoralcoholIntegerRecommendedSince the last questionnaire, have you taken or used any of the following?0::50=None; 1=Alcohol; 2=Cannabis or marijuana; 3=Other non-prescribed medication; 4=Crystal/meth; 5=Cocaine/crack
bdmedicationadherenceIntegerRecommendedDid you take medications for bipolar today?0::20=Did not take meds; 1=Yes, took some meds; 2=Yes, took all meds
moststressfuleventorsituationIntegerRecommendedPeople experience stress due to many different types of situations. When you think back on your day, what kind of situation caused you the most stress?1::51=Work/school related; 2=Financial; 3=Personal relationships; 4=Health; 5=Other
otherstressfuleventString100RecommendedSpecify other event or type of event (e.g., Financial, Health) that caused the most stress in the past 24 hours
howstressfulwasthiseventIntegerRecommendedHow stressful was the past 24 hours' most stressful event at its peak?0::100=Least stressful; 10=Most stressful
howcopeIntegerRecommendedWhat did you do today to cope with this stress?1::61=Tried to block it out; 2=Tried to calm down; 3=Tried to fix the problem; 4=Thought differently; 5=Talked to someone; 6=Other
otherhowcopeString100RecommendedSpecify other method to cope with the past 24 hours' greatest stress
exerciseIntegerRecommendedDid you engage in any physical activity or exercise for at least 20 mins in the last 24 hrs?0; 10=No; 1=Yes
intensityofexerciseIntegerRecommendedPlease choose the intensity of this activity (sustained for at least 20 minutes within the last 24 hours)1::31=Mild; 2=Moderate; 3=Strenuous
eatingoccasionsIntegerRecommendedOn how many occasions did you eat today?1::61=One; 2=Two; 3=Three; 4=Four; 5=Five; 6=More than five
siteString101RecommendedSiteStudy Sitesiteid
visitidIntegerRecommendedMetaTrial Visit IDSystem variable: unique code for each type of visit -use to merge files
visitString50RecommendedVisit namevisitnum, vtypbima, vtypbprs
visnumFloatRecommendedNumeric Visit Number-1.5 = Pre-Screening; -1 = Screening; 0 = Baseline; ## = Visit ## (from 1 to 10); Whole numbers = standard monthly visits; #.001 - #.009 = Unscheduled; #.1 = End of Phase 1; #.2 = End of Phase 2; #.3 = End of Phase 3; #.4 = End of Open Choice Phase; #.5 = End of Study; #.6 = Genetic Analysis; 1000=all visits
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This page displays the data structure defined for the measure identified in the title and structure short name. The table below displays a list of data elements in this structure (also called variables) and the following information:

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  • Description: A basic description
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Filters enable researchers to view the data shared in NDA before applying for access or for selecting specific data for download or NDA Study assignment. For those with access to NDA shared data, you may select specific values to be included by selecting an individual bar chart item or by selecting a range of values (e.g. interview_age) using the "Add Range" button. Note that not all elements have appropriately distinct values like comments and subjectkey and are not available for filtering. Additionally, item level detail is not always provided by the research community as indicated by the number of null values given.

Filters for multiple data elements within a structure are supported. Selections across multiple data structures will be supported in a future version of NDA.