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Buss-Perry Aggression Questionnaire

109 Shared Subjects

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Clinical Assessments
Aggression
09/12/2017
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09/12/2017
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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 Required field
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 the subject M;F M = Male; F = Female gender
Query agression_strike Integer Recommended Once in a while I can't control the urge to strike another person. PX640701_Aggression_Urge_ToStrike 1::5 1=Extremely uncharacteristic; 2=Somewhat uncharacteristic; 3=Neither uncharacteristic nor characteristic; 4=Somewhat characteristic; 5=Extremely characteristic bpaq_1
Query agression_provocation Integer Recommended Given enough provocation, I may hit another person. PX640701_Aggression_Provocation_Hit 1::5 1=Extremely uncharacteristic; 2=Somewhat uncharacteristic; 3=Neither uncharacteristic nor characteristic; 4=Somewhat characteristic; 5=Extremely characteristic bpaq_2
Query agression_hitback Integer Recommended If somebody hits me, I hit back. PX640701_Aggression_Hit_Back 1::5 1=Extremely uncharacteristic; 2=Somewhat uncharacteristic; 3=Neither uncharacteristic nor characteristic; 4=Somewhat characteristic; 5=Extremely characteristic bpaq_3
Query agression_fights Integer Recommended I get into fights a little more than the average person. PX640701_Aggression_Get_Into_Fights 1::5 1=Extremely uncharacteristic; 2=Somewhat uncharacteristic; 3=Neither uncharacteristic nor characteristic; 4=Somewhat characteristic; 5=Extremely characteristic bpaq_4
Query agression_violence Integer Recommended If I have to resort to violence to protect my rights, I will. PX640701_Aggression_Resort_ToViolence 1::5 1=Extremely uncharacteristic; 2=Somewhat uncharacteristic; 3=Neither uncharacteristic nor characteristic; 4=Somewhat characteristic; 5=Extremely characteristic bpaq_5
Query agression_blows Integer Recommended There are people who pushed me so far that we came to blows. PX640701_Aggression_Pushed_To_Blows 1::5 1=Extremely uncharacteristic; 2=Somewhat uncharacteristic; 3=Neither uncharacteristic nor characteristic; 4=Somewhat characteristic; 5=Extremely characteristic bpaq_6
Query agression_noreason Integer Recommended I can think of no good reason for ever hitting a person (R). PX640701_Aggression_No_Reason_ToHIt 1::5 1=Extremely uncharacteristic; 2=Somewhat uncharacteristic; 3=Neither uncharacteristic nor characteristic; 4=Somewhat characteristic; 5=Extremely characteristic bpaq_7
Query agression_threat Integer Recommended I have threatened people I know. PX640701_Aggression_Threatened_People 1::5 1=Extremely uncharacteristic; 2=Somewhat uncharacteristic; 3=Neither uncharacteristic nor characteristic; 4=Somewhat characteristic; 5=Extremely characteristic bpaq_8
Query agression_broken Integer Recommended I have become so mad that I have broken things. PX640701_Aggression_Mad_Broken_Things 1::5 1=Extremely uncharacteristic; 2=Somewhat uncharacteristic; 3=Neither uncharacteristic nor characteristic; 4=Somewhat characteristic; 5=Extremely characteristic bpaq_9
Query agression_opendis Integer Recommended I tell my friends openly when I disagree with them. PX640701_Aggression_Openly_Disagree 1::5 1=Extremely uncharacteristic; 2=Somewhat uncharacteristic; 3=Neither uncharacteristic nor characteristic; 4=Somewhat characteristic; 5=Extremely characteristic bpaq_10
Query agression_disagree Integer Recommended I often find myself disagreeing with people. PX640701_Aggression_Often_Disagreeeing 1::5 1=Extremely uncharacteristic; 2=Somewhat uncharacteristic; 3=Neither uncharacteristic nor characteristic; 4=Somewhat characteristic; 5=Extremely characteristic bpaq_11
Query aggression_think Integer Recommended When people annoy me, I may tell them what I think of them. PX640701_Aggression_Tell_What_Ithink 1::5 1=Extremely uncharacteristic; 2=Somewhat uncharacteristic; 3=Neither uncharacteristic nor characteristic; 4=Somewhat characteristic; 5=Extremely characteristic bpaq_12
Query agression_argue Integer Recommended I can't help getting into arguments when people disagree with me. PX640701_Aggression_Arguments_Disagree 1::5 1=Extremely uncharacteristic; 2=Somewhat uncharacteristic; 3=Neither uncharacteristic nor characteristic; 4=Somewhat characteristic; 5=Extremely characteristic bpaq_13
Query anger_argue Integer Recommended My friends say that I'm somewhat argumentative. PX640701_Anger_Argumentative 1::5 1=Extremely uncharacteristic; 2=Somewhat uncharacteristic; 3=Neither uncharacteristic nor characteristic; 4=Somewhat characteristic; 5=Extremely characteristic bpaq_14
Query anger_flareup Integer Recommended I flare up quickly but get over it quickly. PX640701_Anger_Flare_Up_Quickly 1::5 1=Extremely uncharacteristic; 2=Somewhat uncharacteristic; 3=Neither uncharacteristic nor characteristic; 4=Somewhat characteristic; 5=Extremely characteristic bpaq_15
Query anger_frustrated Integer Recommended When frustrated, I let my irritation show. PX640701_Anger_Frustrated_Show_Irritation 1::5 1=Extremely uncharacteristic; 2=Somewhat uncharacteristic; 3=Neither uncharacteristic nor characteristic; 4=Somewhat characteristic; 5=Extremely characteristic bpaq_16
Query anger_explode Integer Recommended I sometimes feel like a powder keg ready to explode. PX640701_Anger_Feel_Ready_ToExplode 1::5 1=Extremely uncharacteristic; 2=Somewhat uncharacteristic; 3=Neither uncharacteristic nor characteristic; 4=Somewhat characteristic; 5=Extremely characteristic bpaq_17
Query anger_eventempered Integer Recommended I am an even-tempered person PX640701_Anger_Even-Tempered 1::5 1=Extremely uncharacteristic; 2=Somewhat uncharacteristic; 3=Neither uncharacteristic nor characteristic; 4=Somewhat characteristic; 5=Extremely characteristic bpaq_18
Query anger_hothead Integer Recommended Some of my friends think I'm a hothead. PX640701_Anger_Hothead 1::5 1=Extremely uncharacteristic; 2=Somewhat uncharacteristic; 3=Neither uncharacteristic nor characteristic; 4=Somewhat characteristic; 5=Extremely characteristic bpaq_19
Query anger_flyoff Integer Recommended Sometimes I fly off the handle for no good reason. PX640701_Anger_Fly_Off_Handle 1::5 1=Extremely uncharacteristic; 2=Somewhat uncharacteristic; 3=Neither uncharacteristic nor characteristic; 4=Somewhat characteristic; 5=Extremely characteristic bpaq_20
Query hostility_control Integer Recommended I have trouble controlling my temper. PX640701_Hostility_Trouble_Controlling_Temper 1::5 1=Extremely uncharacteristic; 2=Somewhat uncharacteristic; 3=Neither uncharacteristic nor characteristic; 4=Somewhat characteristic; 5=Extremely characteristic bpaq_21
Query hostility_jealous Integer Recommended I am sometimes eaten up with jealousy. PX640701_Hostility_Sometimes_Jealous 1::5 1=Extremely uncharacteristic; 2=Somewhat uncharacteristic; 3=Neither uncharacteristic nor characteristic; 4=Somewhat characteristic; 5=Extremely characteristic bpaq_22
Query hostility_rawdeal Integer Recommended At times I feel I have gotten a raw deal out of life. PX640701_Hostility_Raw_Deal_OfLife 1::5 1=Extremely uncharacteristic; 2=Somewhat uncharacteristic; 3=Neither uncharacteristic nor characteristic; 4=Somewhat characteristic; 5=Extremely characteristic bpaq_23
Query hostility_other_breaks Integer Recommended Other people always seem to get the breaks. PX640701_Hostility_Others_Get_Breaks 1::5 1=Extremely uncharacteristic; 2=Somewhat uncharacteristic; 3=Neither uncharacteristic nor characteristic; 4=Somewhat characteristic; 5=Extremely characteristic bpaq_24
Query hostility_bitter Integer Recommended I wonder why sometimes I feel so bitter about things. PX640701_HostilityBitter 1::5 1=Extremely uncharacteristic; 2=Somewhat uncharacteristic; 3=Neither uncharacteristic nor characteristic; 4=Somewhat characteristic; 5=Extremely characteristic bpaq_25
Query hostility_friends Integer Recommended I know that "friends" talk about me behind my back. PX640701_Hostility_Friends_Talk_AboutMe 1::5 1=Extremely uncharacteristic; 2=Somewhat uncharacteristic; 3=Neither uncharacteristic nor characteristic; 4=Somewhat characteristic; 5=Extremely characteristic bpaq_26
Query hostility_suspicious Integer Recommended I am suspicious of overly friendly strangers. PX640701_Hostility_Suspicious_Of_Strangers 1::5 1=Extremely uncharacteristic; 2=Somewhat uncharacteristic; 3=Neither uncharacteristic nor characteristic; 4=Somewhat characteristic; 5=Extremely characteristic bpaq_27
Query hostility_laughing Integer Recommended I sometimes feel that people are laughing at me behind me back. PX640701_Hostility_People_Laughing_AtMe 1::5 1=Extremely uncharacteristic; 2=Somewhat uncharacteristic; 3=Neither uncharacteristic nor characteristic; 4=Somewhat characteristic; 5=Extremely characteristic bpaq_28
Query hostility_nice Integer Recommended When people are especially nice, I wonder what they want. PX640701_Hostility_People_Nice_Iwonder 1::5 1=Extremely uncharacteristic; 2=Somewhat uncharacteristic; 3=Neither uncharacteristic nor characteristic; 4=Somewhat characteristic; 5=Extremely characteristic bpaq_29
Query bpaq_pas Integer Recommended Physical Aggression score 9::45 items 1-9
Query bpaq_vas Integer Recommended Verbal Aggression score 5::25 items 10-14
Query bpaq_as Integer Recommended Anger score 7::35 items 15-21
Query bpaq_hs Integer Recommended Hostility Score 8::40 items 22-29
Query agression_score Integer Recommended Physical Aggression score. PX640701_Aggression_Score 1::145 Physical Aggression subscale: items 1-9. Verbal Aggression subscale: items 10-14. Anger subscale: items 15-21. Hostility subscale: items 22-29. The score for each scale is the sum or the ratings for its items. The two items (7 and 18) worded in the direction opposite to aggression are reverse-scored. The total score for aggression is the sum of these scale scores. Higher scores indicate higher aggressive behavior. PX640701_Aggression_Score
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