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Barratt Simplified Measure of Social Status

411 Shared Subjects

N/A
Clinical Assessments
Socioeconomic
04/26/2018
bsmss01
07/05/2022
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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 demo_study_id
interview_date Date Required Date on which the interview/genetic test/sampling/imaging/biospecimen was completed. MM/DD/YYYY visit_date
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 gender, sex
Query bsmss01_mother Integer Recommended Mother's Level of School Completed 3;6;9;12;15;18;21 3= Less than 7th grade; 6= Junior high/Middle School (9th grade); 9= Partial High school (10th or 11th grade); 12= High School Graduate; 15= Partial college (at least one year); 18= College education; 21= Graduate degree ses_edu_level_mother
Query bsmss02_father Integer Recommended Father's Level of School Completed 3;6;9;12;15;18;21 3= Less than 7th grade; 6= Junior high/Middle School (9th grade); 9= Partial High school (10th or 11th grade); 12= High School Graduate; 15= Partial college (at least one year); 18= College education; 21= Graduate degree ses_edu_level_father
Query bsmss03_spouse Integer Recommended Spouse's Level of School Completed 3;6;9;12;15;18;21 3= Less than 7th grade; 6= Junior high/Middle School (9th grade); 9= Partial High school (10th or 11th grade); 12= High School Graduate; 15= Partial college (at least one year); 18= College education; 21= Graduate degree ses_edu_level_fpartner, ses_edu_level_mpartner
Query bsmss04_self Integer Recommended Participant's level of school completed 3;6;9;12;15;18;21 3= Less than 7th grade; 6= Junior high/Middle School (9th grade); 9= Partial High school (10th or 11th grade); 12= High School Graduate; 15= Partial college (at least one year); 18= College education; 21= Graduate degree
Query bsmss05_mother Integer Recommended Mother's Occupation 5;10;15;20;25;30;35;40;45 5= Day laborer, janitor, house cleaner, farm worker, food counter sales, food preparation worker, busboy; 10= Garbage collector, short-order cook, cab driver, shoe sales, assembly line workers, masons, baggage porter; 15= Painter, skilled construction trade, sales clerk, truck driver, cook, sales counter or general office clerk; 20= Automobile mechanic, typist, locksmith, farmer, carpenter, receptionist, construction laborer, hairdresser; 25= Machinist, musician, bookkeeper, secretary, insurance sales, cabinet maker, personnel specialist, welder; 30= Supervisor, librarian, aircraft mechanic, artist and artisan, electrician, administrator, military enlisted personnel, buyer; 35= Nurse, skilled technician, medical technician, counselor, manager, police and fire personnel, financial manager, physical, occupational, speech therapist; 40= Mechanical, nuclear, and electrical enginneer, educational administrator, veterinarian, military officer, elementary, high school and special education teacher; 45= Physician, attorney, professor, chemical and aerospace engineer, judge, CEO, senior manager, public official, psychologist, pharmacist, accountant ses_occ_mother
Query bsmss06_father Integer Recommended Father's Occupation 5;10;15;20;25;30;35;40;45 5= Day laborer, janitor, house cleaner, farm worker, food counter sales, food preparation worker, busboy; 10= Garbage collector, short-order cook, cab driver, shoe sales, assembly line workers, masons, baggage porter; 15= Painter, skilled construction trade, sales clerk, truck driver, cook, sales counter or general office clerk; 20= Automobile mechanic, typist, locksmith, farmer, carpenter, receptionist, construction laborer, hairdresser; 25= Machinist, musician, bookkeeper, secretary, insurance sales, cabinet maker, personnel specialist, welder; 30= Supervisor, librarian, aircraft mechanic, artist and artisan, electrician, administrator, military enlisted personnel, buyer; 35= Nurse, skilled technician, medical technician, counselor, manager, police and fire personnel, financial manager, physical, occupational, speech therapist; 40= Mechanical, nuclear, and electrical enginneer, educational administrator, veterinarian, military officer, elementary, high school and special education teacher; 45= Physician, attorney, professor, chemical and aerospace engineer, judge, CEO, senior manager, public official, psychologist, pharmacist, accountant ses_occ_father
Query bsmss07_spouse Integer Recommended Spouse's Occupation 5;10;15;20;25;30;35;40;45 5= Day laborer, janitor, house cleaner, farm worker, food counter sales, food preparation worker, busboy; 10= Garbage collector, short-order cook, cab driver, shoe sales, assembly line workers, masons, baggage porter; 15= Painter, skilled construction trade, sales clerk, truck driver, cook, sales counter or general office clerk; 20= Automobile mechanic, typist, locksmith, farmer, carpenter, receptionist, construction laborer, hairdresser; 25= Machinist, musician, bookkeeper, secretary, insurance sales, cabinet maker, personnel specialist, welder; 30= Supervisor, librarian, aircraft mechanic, artist and artisan, electrician, administrator, military enlisted personnel, buyer; 35= Nurse, skilled technician, medical technician, counselor, manager, police and fire personnel, financial manager, physical, occupational, speech therapist; 40= Mechanical, nuclear, and electrical enginneer, educational administrator, veterinarian, military officer, elementary, high school and special education teacher; 45= Physician, attorney, professor, chemical and aerospace engineer, judge, CEO, senior manager, public official, psychologist, pharmacist, accountant ses_occ_fpartner, ses_occ_mpartner
Query bsmss08_self Integer Recommended Participant's Occupation 5;10;15;20;25;30;35;40;45 5= Day laborer, janitor, house cleaner, farm worker, food counter sales, food preparation worker, busboy; 10= Garbage collector, short-order cook, cab driver, shoe sales, assembly line workers, masons, baggage porter; 15= Painter, skilled construction trade, sales clerk, truck driver, cook, sales counter or general office clerk; 20= Automobile mechanic, typist, locksmith, farmer, carpenter, receptionist, construction laborer, hairdresser; 25= Machinist, musician, bookkeeper, secretary, insurance sales, cabinet maker, personnel specialist, welder; 30= Supervisor, librarian, aircraft mechanic, artist and artisan, electrician, administrator, military enlisted personnel, buyer; 35= Nurse, skilled technician, medical technician, counselor, manager, police and fire personnel, financial manager, physical, occupational, speech therapist; 40= Mechanical, nuclear, and electrical enginneer, educational administrator, veterinarian, military officer, elementary, high school and special education teacher; 45= Physician, attorney, professor, chemical and aerospace engineer, judge, CEO, senior manager, public official, psychologist, pharmacist, accountant
Query bsmss09 Float Recommended Average score for Parent's Level of School Completed
Query bsmss13 Float Recommended Average score for Parent's Occupation
Query bsmss10 Float Recommended Average Level of School Completed score for participant and spouse If participant is full time student, leave blank
Query bsmss14 Float Recommended Average Occupation score for participant and spouse If participant is a full time student, leave blank
Query bsmss11 Float Recommended Double the Average Level of School completed score for Participant and Spouse If participant is a full time student, leave blank
Query bsmss15 Float Recommended Double the Occupation score for participant and spouse If participant is a full time student, leave blank
Query bsmss12 Float Recommended Total Level of School Completed Score 3::21 Add parent's average level of school completed score and doubled participant/spouse average level of school completed score and divide by 3. If full time student, enter only parents' score
Query bsmss16 Float Recommended Total Occupation score 5::45 Add parent's average occupation score and doubled participant/spouse average occupation score and divide by 3. If full time student, enter only parents' score
Query bsmss17 Float Recommended Social Status. Total Score Add total education score and total occupation score
version_form String 121 Recommended Form used/assessment name
ssfhliv00 String 255 Recommended Who child lives with 1= Mother; 2= Father; 3= Grandparent; 4= Other primary_residence
bio_mother_occupation String 100 Recommended Biological Mother Occupation ses_detail_occ_mother
bio_father_occupation String 100 Recommended Biological Father Occupation ses_detail_occ_father
timepoint_label String 50 Recommended Timepoint/visit label timepoint
Query visit String 60 Recommended Visit name
ses_primary_res String 50 Recommended With whom does the child have primary residence?
ses_edu_level_mpartner Integer Recommended Mother's Partner (if not father): Level of School Completed 3;6;9;12;15;18;21 3= Less than 7th grade; 6= Junior high/Middle School (9th grade); 9= Partial High school (10th or 11th grade); 12= High School Graduate; 15= Partial college (at least one year); 18= College education; 21= Graduate degree
ses_edu_level_fpartner Integer Recommended Father's Partner (if not mother): Level of School Completed 3;6;9;12;15;18;21 3= Less than 7th grade; 6= Junior high/Middle School (9th grade); 9= Partial High school (10th or 11th grade); 12= High School Graduate; 15= Partial college (at least one year); 18= College education; 21= Graduate degree
ses_occ_mpartner Integer Recommended Mother's Partner (if not father): Occupation 5;10;15;20;25;30;35;40;45 5= Day laborer, janitor, house cleaner, farm worker, food counter sales, food preparation worker, busboy; 10= Garbage collector, short-order cook, cab driver, shoe sales, assembly line workers, masons, baggage porter; 15= Painter, skilled construction trade, sales clerk, truck driver, cook, sales counter or general office clerk; 20= Automobile mechanic, typist, locksmith, farmer, carpenter, receptionist, construction laborer, hairdresser; 25= Machinist, musician, bookkeeper, secretary, insurance sales, cabinet maker, personnel specialist, welder; 30= Supervisor, librarian, aircraft mechanic, artist and artisan, electrician, administrator, military enlisted personnel, buyer; 35= Nurse, skilled technician, medical technician, counselor, manager, police and fire personnel, financial manager, physical, occupational, speech therapist; 40= Mechanical, nuclear, and electrical enginneer, educational administrator, veterinarian, military officer, elementary, high school and special education teacher; 45= Physician, attorney, professor, chemical and aerospace engineer, judge, CEO, senior manager, public official, psychologist, pharmacist, accountant
ses_occ_fpartner Integer Recommended Father's Partner (if not mother): Occupation 5;10;15;20;25;30;35;40;45 5= Day laborer, janitor, house cleaner, farm worker, food counter sales, food preparation worker, busboy; 10= Garbage collector, short-order cook, cab driver, shoe sales, assembly line workers, masons, baggage porter; 15= Painter, skilled construction trade, sales clerk, truck driver, cook, sales counter or general office clerk; 20= Automobile mechanic, typist, locksmith, farmer, carpenter, receptionist, construction laborer, hairdresser; 25= Machinist, musician, bookkeeper, secretary, insurance sales, cabinet maker, personnel specialist, welder; 30= Supervisor, librarian, aircraft mechanic, artist and artisan, electrician, administrator, military enlisted personnel, buyer; 35= Nurse, skilled technician, medical technician, counselor, manager, police and fire personnel, financial manager, physical, occupational, speech therapist; 40= Mechanical, nuclear, and electrical enginneer, educational administrator, veterinarian, military officer, elementary, high school and special education teacher; 45= Physician, attorney, professor, chemical and aerospace engineer, judge, CEO, senior manager, public official, psychologist, pharmacist, accountant
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