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Element NameData TypeSizeRequiredDescriptionValue RangeNotesAliases
subjectkeyGUIDRequiredThe NDAR Global Unique Identifier (GUID) for research subjectNDAR*guid
src_subject_idString20RequiredSubject ID how it's defined in lab/projectsubjid
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.subject_age
sexString20RequiredSex of the subjectM;FM = Male; F = Femalegender
fspgodString20RecommendedSubject's gender OTHER describe
version_formString100RecommendedForm used/assessment name
aescodeIntegerRecommendedStaff code number of person completing this form
eng_firstIntegerRecommendedIs English your first language?
0;1
0 = No; 1 = Yesefl
wtar_validity_issuesIntegerRecommendedWere there any validity issues?
0;1
0=No; 1=Yesovi
ah_psdIntegerRecommendedCurrent: Auditory Hallucination - Physical Severity0::20
ah_csdIntegerRecommendedCurrent: Auditory Hallucination - Cognitive Severity0::12
ah_esdIntegerRecommendedCurrent: Auditory Hallucination - Emotional Severity0::16
ah_totalsIntegerRecommendedCurrent: Auditory Hallucination -Totals0::48
vh_psdIntegerRecommendedCurrent: Visual Hallucination - Physical Severity0::24
vh_csdIntegerRecommendedCurrent: Visual Hallucination - Cognitive Severity0::12
vh_esdIntegerRecommendedCurrent: Visual Hallucination - Emotional Severity0::16
vh_totalsIntegerRecommendedCurrent: Visual Hallucination -Totals0::52
oh_psdIntegerRecommendedCurrent: Olfactory Hallucination - Physical Severity0::16
oh_csdIntegerRecommendedCurrent: Olfactory Hallucination - Cognitive Severity0::12
oh_esdIntegerRecommendedCurrent: Olfactory Hallucination - Emotional Severity0::16
oh_totalsIntegerRecommendedCurrent: Olfactory Hallucination -Totals0::44
th_psdIntegerRecommendedCurrent: Tactile Hallucination - Physical Severity0::20
th_csdIntegerRecommendedCurrent: Tactile Hallucination - Cognitive Severity0::12
th_esdIntegerRecommendedCurrent: Tactile Hallucination - Emotional Severity0::16
th_totalsIntegerRecommendedCurrent: Tactile Hallucination -Totals0::48
gh_psdIntegerRecommendedCurrent: Gustatory Hallucination - Physical Severity0::20
gh_csdIntegerRecommendedCurrent: Gustatory Hallucination - Cognitive Severity0::12
gh_esdIntegerRecommendedCurrent: Gustatory Hallucination - Emotional Severity0::16
gh_totalsIntegerRecommendedCurrent: Gustatory Hallucination -Totals0::48
ah_psd_pastIntegerRecommendedPast: Auditory Hallucination - Physical Severity0::20
ah_csd_pastIntegerRecommendedPast: Auditory Hallucination - Cognitive Severity0::12
ah_esd_pastIntegerRecommendedPast: Auditory Hallucination - Emotional Severity0::16
ah_totals_pastIntegerRecommendedPast: Auditory Hallucination -Totals0::48
vh_psd_pastIntegerRecommendedPast: Visual Hallucination - Physical Severity0::24
vh_csd_pastIntegerRecommendedPast: Visual Hallucination - Cognitive Severity0::12
vh_esd_pastIntegerRecommendedPast: Visual Hallucination - Emotional Severity0::16
vh_totals_pastIntegerRecommendedPast: Visual Hallucination -Totals0::52
oh_psd_pastIntegerRecommendedPast: Olfactory Hallucination - Physical Severity0::16
oh_csd_pastIntegerRecommendedPast: Olfactory Hallucination - Cognitive Severity0::12
oh_esd_pastIntegerRecommendedPast: Olfactory Hallucination - Emotional Severity0::16
oh_totals_pastIntegerRecommendedPast: Olfactory Hallucination -Totals0::44
th_psd_pastIntegerRecommendedPast: Tactile Hallucination - Physical Severity0::20
th_csd_pastIntegerRecommendedPast: Tactile Hallucination - Cognitive Severity0::12
th_esd_pastIntegerRecommendedPast: Tactile Hallucination - Emotional Severity0::16
th_totals_pastIntegerRecommendedPast: Tactile Hallucination -Totals0::48
gh_psd_pastIntegerRecommendedPast: Gustatory Hallucination - Physical Severity0::20
gh_csd_pastIntegerRecommendedPast: Gustatory Hallucination - Cognitive Severity0::12
gh_esd_pastIntegerRecommendedPast: Gustatory Hallucination - Emotional Severity0::16
gh_totals_pastIntegerRecommendedPast: Gustatory Hallucination -Totals0::48
infosrcString15RecommendedSources of information1= Participant; 2= Parents/relatives; 3= Mental health professionals; 4= Chart, 5 = Collateral (specify relationship below)
relashionshipString255Recommendedrelashionship of respondent to individual
chat2String15RecommendedModalities already endorsed prior to this screen1 = Auditory; 2 = Visual; 3 = Olfactory; 4 = Tactile; 5 = Gustatory
chat3IntegerRecommendedHave you ever thought you heard someone call your name, but then realized you must have been mistaken?0;10 = No ; 1 = Yes
chat4IntegerRecommendedHave you ever heard your phone ringing, but then realized the phone hadn't rung?0;10 = No ; 1 = Yes
chat_5IntegerRecommendedWhen you are falling asleep, do you ever hear strange noises? What about when you are waking up in the morning?0;10 = No ; 1 = Yeschat5
chat6IntegerRecommendedWhat about hearing music or other noises that other people around you did not seem to hear?0;10 = No ; 1 = Yes
primemd_l6aIntegerRecommendedHave you ever heard things other people couldn't hear, such as voices?0;10= No; 1= Yes
chat8IntegerRecommendedHave you ever had an auditory hallucination?0;10 = No ; 1 = Yes
chat9IntegerRecommendedHave you ever been told that you are hearing things that are not real or are not really there?0;10 = No ; 1 = Yes
chat10IntegerRecommendedHas a doctor or family member ever told you that you have had an auditory hallucination?0;10 = No ; 1 = Yes
comments1String1,000RecommendedComments 1
chat12IntegerRecommendedNeed to do Auditory Hallucinations follow-up?0;10 = No ; 1 = Yes
chat13IntegerRecommendedHave you ever had an experience in which you thought you saw something, but when you looked, nothing was there?0;10 = No ; 1 = Yes
chat14IntegerRecommendedWhen you are falling asleep, do you ever see things?0;10 = No ; 1 = Yes
chat15IntegerRecommendedHave you ever seen things move, but then realized that your eyes were playing tricks on you?0;10 = No ; 1 = Yes
mini_m7a_cIntegerRecommendedPsychotic Disorders: M7a (clinician judgment) Have you ever had visions when you were awake or have you ever seen things other people couldn't see?0;10=no; 1=yes
chat17IntegerRecommendedHave you ever had a visual hallucination?0;10 = No ; 1 = Yes
chat18IntegerRecommendedHave you ever been told that you are seeing things that are not real or are not really there?0;10 = No ; 1 = Yes
chat19IntegerRecommendedHas a friend, family member, or doctor ever told you that you have had a visual hallucination?0;10 = No ; 1 = Yes
comments2String1,000RecommendedComments 2
chat21IntegerRecommendedNeed to do Visual Hallucinations follow-up?0;10 = No ; 1 = Yes
chat22IntegerRecommendedHave you ever detected an odor, such as perfume, burning, food, or trash, but could not figure out where it was coming from?0;10 = No ; 1 = Yes
chat23IntegerRecommendedHave you ever been near an object that seemed to have an odor it shouldn't, or to a place that had a very unusual, mismatched odor? (such as the smell of rotting eggs when you were nowhere near a trash bin, or the smell of smoke when you couldn't see any?)0;10 = No ; 1 = Yes
cardiff_29IntegerRecommendedDo you ever notice smells or odours that people next to you seem unaware of?0;10= No; 1= Yes
chat25IntegerRecommendedHave you ever smelled something but then realized that it must have been your mind playing tricks on you?0;10 = No ; 1 = Yes
chat26IntegerRecommendedHave you ever had an olfactory, or smell, hallucination?0;10 = No ; 1 = Yes
chat27IntegerRecommendedHave you ever been told that you are smelling things that are not real or are not really there?0;10 = No ; 1 = Yes
chat28IntegerRecommendedHas a family member or doctor ever told you that you have had an olfactory hallucination?0;10 = No ; 1 = Yes
comments3String1,000RecommendedComments 3
chat30IntegerRecommendedNeed to do Olfactory Hallucination follow-up?0;10 = No ; 1 = Yes
chat31IntegerRecommendedHave you ever felt something on or under your skin, but then realized you just had an itch?0;10 = No ; 1 = Yes
chat32IntegerRecommendedHave you ever had a sensation on or under your skin that didn't make any sense to you?0;10 = No ; 1 = Yes
chat33IntegerRecommendedHave you ever felt things on or under your skin, like bugs crawling or something scratching or biting you, but when you looked there was nothing there?0;10 = No ; 1 = Yes
chat34IntegerRecommendedHave you ever told a doctor about sensations on your body that concerned you but you were told nothing is wrong?0;10 = No ; 1 = Yes
chat35IntegerRecommendedHave you ever had a tactile hallucination?0;10 = No ; 1 = Yes
chat36IntegerRecommendedHave you ever been told that you are feeling tingling, itches or other sensations on your body that are not real?0;10 = No ; 1 = Yes
chat37IntegerRecommendedHas a family member or doctor ever told you that you have had somatic or tactile hallucinations?0;10 = No ; 1 = Yes
comments4String1,000RecommendedComments 4
chat39IntegerRecommendedNeed to do Tactile Hallucination follow-up?0;10 = No ; 1 = Yes
chat40IntegerRecommendedHave you ever been so hungry you thought you could actually taste food in your mouth?0;10 = No ; 1 = Yes
chat41IntegerRecommendedHave you ever eaten or drank something that tasted much different than you thought it should?0;10 = No ; 1 = Yes
chat42IntegerRecommendedHave you ever suddenly had a taste in your mouth as if out of the blue, when you were not eating or drinking anything at the time?0;10 = No ; 1 = Yes
chat43IntegerRecommendedHave you ever had a gustatory, or taste, hallucination?0;10 = No ; 1 = Yes
chat44IntegerRecommendedHave you ever been told that you were tasting things in your mouth that are not real, or are not really there?0;10 = No ; 1 = Yes
chat45IntegerRecommendedHas a family member or doctor ever told you that you were having a gustatory, or taste, hallucination?0;10 = No ; 1 = Yes
comments5String200RecommendedComments 5
chat47IntegerRecommendedNeed to do Gustatory Hallucination follow-up?0;10 = No ; 1 = Yes
chat48IntegerRecommendedHave you even been told that you have had any kind of hallucination that I did not ask about?0;10 = No ; 1 = Yes
chat49String15RecommendedSpecify all modalities needing follow-up:1 = Auditory; 2 = Visual; 3 = Olfactory; 4 = Tactile; 5 = Gustatory
chat50IntegerRecommendedUsing drugs or alcohol at time of auditory hallucinations?0;10 = No ; 1 = Yes
chat51IntegerRecommendedAuditory hallucinations experienced when not intoxicated?0;10 = No ; 1 = Yes
chat52String300RecommendedDescription of auditory hallucinations
chat53String100RecommendedWhen did you first hear [hallucination]?
chat54IntegerRecommendedAny similar experiences hearing things before first auditory hallucination?0;10 = No ; 1 = Yes
chat55String100RecommendedIf any similar experiences hearing things before first auditory hallucination, then when were they?
chat56String100RecommendedIf any similar experiences hearing things before first auditory hallucination, then were there any others?
chat57IntegerRecommendedTypes of separately recurring auditory hallucinations1;21 = History of only 1 type; 2 = History of 2 or more types
chat58String5RecommendedAuditory Hallucinations include (check all that apply)1 = Voices; 2 = Other Sounds
chat59DateRecommendedEstimated date of first Auditory Hallucination (month/day/year):
chat60DateRecommendedWhen was the last time you heard any of these auditory hallucinations?
chat61String100RecommendedWhen were auditory hallucinations at their worst?
chat62IntegerRecommendedWere you receiving medication during the period when auditory hallucinations were at their worst?0;10 = No ; 1 = Yes
chat63IntegerRecommendedCurrent: Auditory Hallucination: Frequency0::40 = Not present; 1 = Less than once a week; 2 = At least once a week; 3 = At least once a day; 4 = Continuous or almost continuous
chat64IntegerRecommendedPast: Auditory Hallucination: Frequency0::40 = Not present; 1 = Less than once a week; 2 = At least once a week; 3 = At least once a day; 4 = Continuous or almost continuous
chat65IntegerRecommendedCurrent: Auditory Hallucination: Duration0::40 = Not present; 1 = A few seconds; 2 = Several minutes; 3 = At least one hour; 4 = For hours at a time
chat66IntegerRecommendedPast: Auditory Hallucination: Duration0::40 = Not present; 1 = A few seconds; 2 = Several minutes; 3 = At least one hour; 4 = For hours at a time
chat67IntegerRecommendedCurrent: Auditory Hallucination: Intensity/Loudness0::40 = Not present; 1 = Quieter than participant's own voice; 2 = About same loudness as participant's voice; 3 = Somewhat louder than participant's voice; 4 = Extremely loud (e.g., shouting)
chat68IntegerRecommendedPast: Auditory Hallucination: Intensity/Loudness0::40 = Not present; 1 = Quieter than participant's own voice; 2 = About same loudness as participant's voice; 3 = Somewhat louder than participant's voice; 4 = Extremely loud (e.g., shouting)
chat69IntegerRecommendedCurrent: Auditory Hallucination: Complexity0::40 = Not present; 1 = Simple, meaningless sounds; 2 = Word-like sounds, simple melody, or wordless meaningful sounds (e.g., laughter), or coherent/isolated nonhuman sound (e.g., whistle); 3 = Words, short phrases, or parts of songs; 4 = Complete sentences, songs, or multiple voices conversing
chat70IntegerRecommendedPast: Auditory Hallucination: Complexity0::40 = Not present; 1 = Simple, meaningless sounds; 2 = Word-like sounds, simple melody, or wordless meaningful sounds (e.g., laughter), or coherent/isolated nonhuman sound (e.g., whistle); 3 = Words, short phrases, or parts of songs; 4 = Complete sentences, songs, or multiple voices conversing
chat71IntegerRecommendedCurrent: Auditory Hallucination: Interference with other sounds0::40 = Not present; 1 = No interference; 2 = Mild; 3 = Moderate; 4 = Severe interference (e.g., unable to follow a conversation)
chat72IntegerRecommendedPast: Auditory Hallucination: Interference with other sounds0::40 = Not present; 1 = No interference; 2 = Mild; 3 = Moderate; 4 = Severe interference (e.g., unable to follow a conversation)
chat73IntegerRecommendedCurrent: Auditory Hallucination: Interruption of Thought Processes/Concentration0::40 = Not present; 1 = No concentration difficulties; 2 = Mild; 3 = Moderate; 4 = Unable to concentrate on anything else during auditory hallucinations
chat74IntegerRecommendedPast: Auditory Hallucination: Interruption of Thought Processes/Concentration0::40 = Not present; 1 = No concentration difficulties; 2 = Mild; 3 = Moderate; 4 = Unable to concentrate on anything else during auditory hallucinations
chat75IntegerRecommendedCurrent: Auditory Hallucination: Frequency of Control0::40 = Not present; 1 = Participant always feels some type of control; 2 = More than half the time can control; 3 = Less than half the time can control; 4 = Never able to control
chat76IntegerRecommendedPast: Auditory Hallucination: Frequency of Control0::40 = Not present; 1 = Participant always feels some type of control; 2 = More than half the time can control; 3 = Less than half the time can control; 4 = Never able to control
chat77String15RecommendedIf auditory hallucination frequency of control is rated 1, 2, or 3, then what about the experience does the individual feel they can control? (circle all that apply)1 = Frequency, 2 = Duration; 3 = Intensity; 4 = Other (specify)
chat78String100RecommendedIf auditory hallucination frequency of control is rated 1, 2, or 3, then what about the experience does the individual feel they can control? (circle all that apply), Other: specify
chat79String300RecommendedIs there anything you do to cope with these auditory hallucinations?
chat80IntegerRecommendedCurrent: Auditory Hallucination: Attentional Demand0::40 = Not present; 1 = Easy to ignore; 2 = Moderate difficulty ignoring; 3 = Difficult to ignore; 4 = Unable to ignore
chat81IntegerRecommendedPast: Auditory Hallucination: Attentional Demand0::40 = Not present; 1 = Easy to ignore; 2 = Moderate difficulty ignoring; 3 = Difficult to ignore; 4 = Unable to ignore
chat82IntegerRecommendedCurrent: Auditory Hallucination: Amount of Negative Content0::40 = Not present; 1 = No unpleasant/negative content; 2 = Minority (less than half) of contents are unpleasant/negative; 3 = Majority but not all of contents are unpleasant/negative (more than half the time); 4 = All of contents are unpleasant or negative
chat83IntegerRecommendedPast: Auditory Hallucination: Amount of Negative Content0::40 = Not present; 1 = No unpleasant/negative content; 2 = Minority (less than half) of contents are unpleasant/negative; 3 = Majority but not all of contents are unpleasant/negative (more than half the time); 4 = All of contents are unpleasant or negative
chat84IntegerRecommendedCurrent: Auditory Hallucination: Degree of Negative Content (Rater's Judgment)0::40 = Not present; 1 = No unpleasant or negative content; 2 = Mild (may include vaguely morbid or violent comments); 3 = Moderate (may include explicit morbid or violent comments); 4 = Severe (Contents perceived as threatening, excessively morbid, or violent)
chat85IntegerRecommendedPast: Auditory Hallucination: Degree of Negative Content (Rater's Judgment)0::40 = Not present; 1 = No unpleasant or negative content; 2 = Mild (may include vaguely morbid or violent comments); 3 = Moderate (may include explicit morbid or violent comments); 4 = Severe (Contents perceived as threatening, excessively morbid, or violent)
chat86IntegerRecommendedCheck if auditory hallucination content is definitively pleasant0;10 = Not checked; 1 = Checked
chat87IntegerRecommendedCurrent: Auditory Hallucination: Frequency of Negative emotion Associated with Hallucination0::40 = Not present; 1 = Never distressed; 2 = Distressed less than half the time; 3 = Distressed more than half the time; 4 = Always distressed
chat88IntegerRecommendedPast: Auditory Hallucination: Frequency of Negative emotion Associated with Hallucination0::40 = Not present; 1 = Never distressed; 2 = Distressed less than half the time; 3 = Distressed more than half the time; 4 = Always distressed
chat89IntegerRecommendedCurrent: Auditory Hallucination: Intensity of negative emotional Impact0::40 = Not present; 1 = Not distressing; 2 = Somewhat distressing; 3 = Very distressing; 4 = Extremely distressing (worst participant could possibly feel)
chat90IntegerRecommendedPast: Auditory Hallucination: Intensity of negative emotional Impact0::40 = Not present; 1 = Not distressing; 2 = Somewhat distressing; 3 = Very distressing; 4 = Extremely distressing (worst participant could possibly feel)
chat91IntegerRecommendedDid you ever try a medication that somehow improved, reduced, or stopped your experiences of auditory hallucinations?0;10 = No ; 1 = Yes
chat92String15RecommendedIf you have ever tried a medication that somehow improved, reduced, or stopped your experiences of auditory hallucinations: What about your experiences improved? (check all that may apply)1 = Reduced frequency; 2 = Shorter duration; 3 = Reduced intensity; 4 = Other (specify)
chat93String100RecommendedIf you have ever tried a medication that somehow improved, reduced, or stopped your experiences of auditory hallucinations: What about your experiences improved? (check all that may apply) - Other, specify
chat94IntegerRecommendedAre you currently taking medication that has (reduced, improved) these experiences (auditory hallucinations)?0;10 = No ; 1 = Yes
chat95IntegerRecommendedHave you continued to have these experiences (auditory hallucinations) while taking medication?0;10 = No ; 1 = Yes
chat96IntegerRecommendedIf auditory hallucinations continued while taking medication that reduced them: Is a family member or doctor still concerned about the hallucinations?0;10 = No ; 1 = Yes
chat97IntegerRecommendedAuditory Hallucinations-Antipsychotic Effects LIFETIME (Circle ONE):1::61 = Lifetime responder; 2 = Lifetime partial responder; 3 = Lifetime minimal responder; 4 = Lifetime non-responder; 5 = No history of trying antipsychotics while experiencing Auditory Hallucinations; 6 = Unknown
chat98IntegerRecommendedAuditory Hallucinations-Antipsychotic Effects CURRENT (Circle ONE):1::51 = Current responder; 2 = Current partial responder; 3 = Current minimal responder; 4 = Current non-responder; 5 = Not currently taking an antipsychotic that has reduced Auditory Hallucinations
chat99String100RecommendedAuditory Hallucinations: Are they more common during a particular time of day, like morning or at night?
chat100IntegerRecommendedAuditory Hallucinations: familiar or unfamiliar in content?1;21 = Familiar; 2 = Unfamiliar
chat101IntegerRecommendedAuditory Hallucinations: If voices are heard, does it sound like anyone you know?0;10 = No ; 1 = Yes
chat102IntegerRecommendedAuditory Hallucinations: If voices are heard, how many voices are talking at a time usually?
chat103String100RecommendedAuditory Hallucinations: Does anything trigger the hallucination? (e.g. specific locations, sights, memories)
chat104IntegerRecommendedAuditory Hallucinations: Are hallucinations present at a social setting or during social interactions?0;10 = No ; 1 = Yes
chat105IntegerRecommendedUsing drugs or alcohol at time of visual hallucinations?0;10 = No ; 1 = Yes
chat106IntegerRecommendedVisual hallucinations experienced when not intoxicated?0;10 = No ; 1 = Yes
chat107String300RecommendedDescription of visual hallucinations
chat108String100RecommendedWhen did you first see [hallucination]?
chat109IntegerRecommendedAny similar experiences seeing things before first visual hallucination?0;10 = No ; 1 = Yes
chat110String100RecommendedIf any similar experiences seeing things before first visual hallucination, then when were they?
chat111String100RecommendedIf any similar experiences seeing things before first visual hallucination, then were there any others?
chat112IntegerRecommendedTypes of separately recurring visual hallucinations1;21 = History of only 1 type; 2 = History of 2 or more types
chat113DateRecommendedEstimated date of first Visual Hallucination (month/day/year):
chat114DateRecommendedWhen was the last time you saw any of these visual hallucinations?
chat115String100RecommendedWhen were visual hallucinations at their worst?
chat116IntegerRecommendedWere you receiving medication during the period when visual hallucinations were at their worst?0;10 = No ; 1 = Yes
chat117IntegerRecommendedCurrent: Visual Hallucination: Frequency0::40 = Not present; 1 = Less than once a week; 2 = At least once a week; 3 = At least once a day; 4 = Continuous or almost continuous
chat118IntegerRecommendedPast: Visual Hallucination: Frequency0::40 = Not present; 1 = Less than once a week; 2 = At least once a week; 3 = At least once a day; 4 = Continuous or almost continuous
chat119IntegerRecommendedCurrent: Visual Hallucination: Duration0::40 = Not present; 1 = A few seconds; 2 = Several minutes; 3 = At least one hour; 4 = For hours at a time
chat120IntegerRecommendedPast: Visual Hallucination: Duration0::40 = Not present; 1 = A few seconds; 2 = Several minutes; 3 = At least one hour; 4 = For hours at a time
chat121IntegerRecommendedCurrent: Visual Hallucination: Intensity/Transparency0::40 = Not present; 1 = Transparent (similar to shadows, occur only in dim light/darkness); 2 = Transparent (similar to shadows, but not exclusive to dim light/darkness); 3 = Mixed or intermediate between opaque and shadlowlike/transparent; 4 = Always opaque
chat122IntegerRecommendedPast: Visual Hallucination: Intensity/Transparency0::40 = Not present; 1 = Transparent (similar to shadows, occur only in dim light/darkness); 2 = Transparent (similar to shadows, but not exclusive to dim light/darkness); 3 = Mixed or intermediate between opaque and shadlowlike/transparent; 4 = Always opaque
chat123IntegerRecommendedCurrent: Visual Hallucination: Intensity/Brightness0::40 = Not present; 1 = Dimmer than other objects; 2 = Equally as bright as other objects; 3 = Brighter than other objects; 4 = Extremely bright
chat124IntegerRecommendedPast: Visual Hallucination: Intensity/Brightness0::40 = Not present; 1 = Dimmer than other objects; 2 = Equally as bright as other objects; 3 = Brighter than other objects; 4 = Extremely bright
chat125IntegerRecommendedCurrent: Visual Hallucination: Complexity0::40 = Not present; 1 = Formless; 2 = Simple forms; 3 = Somewhat resemble objects/human figures but not fully formed; 4 = Fully formed detailed humans, animals, or other objects
chat126IntegerRecommendedPast: Visual Hallucination: Complexity0::40 = Not present; 1 = Formless; 2 = Simple forms; 3 = Somewhat resemble objects/human figures but not fully formed; 4 = Fully formed detailed humans, animals, or other objects
chat127IntegerRecommendedCurrent: Visual Hallucination: Visual Field Interference0::40 = Not present; 1 = Small; 2 = Medium; 3 = Large; 4 = Entire environment is altered
chat128IntegerRecommendedPast: Visual Hallucination: Visual Field Interference0::40 = Not present; 1 = Small; 2 = Medium; 3 = Large; 4 = Entire environment is altered
chat129IntegerRecommendedCurrent: Visual Hallucination: Interruption of Thought Processes/Concentration0::40 = Not present; 1 = No concentration difficulties; 2 = Mild; 3 = Moderate; 4 = Severe: Unable to concentrate on anything else during visual hallucinations
chat130IntegerRecommendedPast: Visual Hallucination: Interruption of Thought Processes/Concentration0::40 = Not present; 1 = No concentration difficulties; 2 = Mild; 3 = Moderate; 4 = Severe: Unable to concentrate on anything else during visual hallucinations
chat131IntegerRecommendedCurrent: Visual Hallucination: Frequency of Control0::40 = Not present; 1 = Participant always feels some type of control; 2 = More than half the time can control; 3 = Less than half the time can control; 4 = Never able to control
chat132IntegerRecommendedPast: Visual Hallucination: Frequency of Control0::40 = Not present; 1 = Participant always feels some type of control; 2 = More than half the time can control; 3 = Less than half the time can control; 4 = Never able to control
chat133String15RecommendedIf visual hallucination frequency of control is rated 1, 2, or 3, then what about the experience does the individual feel they can control? (circle all that apply)1 = Frequency, 2 = Duration; 3 = Intensity; 4 = Other (specify)
chat134String100RecommendedIf visual hallucination frequency of control is rated 1, 2, or 3, then what about the experience does the individual feel they can control? (circle all that apply), Other: specify
chat135String300RecommendedIs there anything you do to cope with these visual hallucinations?
chat136IntegerRecommendedCurrent: Visual Hallucination: Attentional Demand0::40 = Not present; 1 = Easy to ignore; 2 = Moderate difficulty ignoring; 3 = Difficult to ignore; 4 = Unable to ignore
chat137IntegerRecommendedPast: Visual Hallucination: Attentional Demand0::40 = Not present; 1 = Easy to ignore; 2 = Moderate difficulty ignoring; 3 = Difficult to ignore; 4 = Unable to ignore
chat138IntegerRecommendedCurrent: Visual Hallucination: Amount of Negative Content0::40 = Not present; 1 = No unpleasant/negative content; 2 = Minority (less than half) of contents are unpleasant/negative; 3 = Majority but not all of contents are unpleasant/negative (more than half the time); 4 = All of contents are unpleasant or negative
chat139IntegerRecommendedPast: Visual Hallucination: Amount of Negative Content0::40 = Not present; 1 = No unpleasant/negative content; 2 = Minority (less than half) of contents are unpleasant/negative; 3 = Majority but not all of contents are unpleasant/negative (more than half the time); 4 = All of contents are unpleasant or negative
chat140IntegerRecommendedCurrent: Visual Hallucination: Degree of Negative Content (Rater's Judgment)0::40 = Not present; 1 = No unpleasant or negative content; 2 = Mild (may include vaguely morbid or violent images); 3 = Moderate (may include explicit morbid or violent images); 4 = Severe (Contents perceived as threatening, excessively morbid, or violent)
chat141IntegerRecommendedPast: Visual Hallucination: Degree of Negative Content (Rater's Judgment)0::40 = Not present; 1 = No unpleasant or negative content; 2 = Mild (may include vaguely morbid or violent images); 3 = Moderate (may include explicit morbid or violent images); 4 = Severe (Contents perceived as threatening, excessively morbid, or violent)
chat142IntegerRecommendedCheck if visual hallucination content is definitively pleasant0;10 = Not checked; 1 = Checked
chat143IntegerRecommendedCurrent: Visual Hallucination: Frequency of Negative emotion Associated with Hallucination0::40 = Not present; 1 = Never distressed; 2 = Distressed less than half the time; 3 = Distressed more than half the time; 4 = Always distressed
chat144IntegerRecommendedPast: Visual Hallucination: Frequency of Negative emotion Associated with Hallucination0::40 = Not present; 1 = Never distressed; 2 = Distressed less than half the time; 3 = Distressed more than half the time; 4 = Always distressed
chat145IntegerRecommendedCurrent: Visual Hallucination: Intensity of negative emotional Impact0::40 = Not present; 1 = Not distressing; 2 = Somewhat distressing; 3 = Very distressing; 4 = Extremely distressing (worst participant could possibly feel)
chat146IntegerRecommendedPast: Visual Hallucination: Intensity of negative emotional Impact0::40 = Not present; 1 = Not distressing; 2 = Somewhat distressing; 3 = Very distressing; 4 = Extremely distressing (worst participant could possibly feel)
chat147IntegerRecommendedDid you ever try a medication that somehow improved, reduced, or stopped your experiences of visual hallucinations?0;10 = No ; 1 = Yes
chat148String15RecommendedIf you have ever tried a medication that somehow improved, reduced, or stopped your experiences of visual hallucinations: What about your experiences improved? (check all that may apply)1 = Reduced frequency; 2 = Shorter duration; 3 = Reduced intensity; 4 = Other (specify)
chat149String100RecommendedIf you have ever tried a medication that somehow improved, reduced, or stopped your experiences of visual hallucinations: What about your experiences improved? (check all that may apply) - Other, specify
chat150IntegerRecommendedAre you currently taking medication that has (reduced, improved) these experiences (visual hallucinations)?0;10 = No ; 1 = Yes
chat151IntegerRecommendedHave you continued to have these experiences (visual hallucinations) while taking medication?0;10 = No ; 1 = Yes
chat152IntegerRecommendedIf visual hallucinations continued while taking medication that reduced them: Is a family member or doctor still concerned about the hallucinations?0;10 = No ; 1 = Yes
chat153IntegerRecommendedVisual Hallucinations-Antipsychotic Effects LIFETIME (Circle ONE):1::61 = Lifetime responder; 2 = Lifetime partial responder; 3 = Lifetime minimal responder; 4 = Lifetime non-responder; 5 = No history of trying antipsychotics while experiencing Visual Hallucinations; 6 = Unknown
chat154IntegerRecommendedVisual Hallucinations-Antipsychotic Effects CURRENT (Circle ONE):1::51 = Current responder; 2 = Current partial responder; 3 = Current minimal responder; 4 = Current non-responder; 5 = Not currently taking an antipsychotic that has reduced Visual Hallucinations
chat155String100RecommendedVisual Hallucinations: Are they more common during a particular time of day, like morning or at night?
chat156IntegerRecommendedVisual Hallucinations: Does this occur right in front of you, or is it more like in the corner of your eye?1;21 = Front; 2 = Periphery
chat157IntegerRecommendedVisual Hallucinations: Do you usually see this more in your left or right field of vision?1::31 = Left; 2 = Right; 3 = Central
chat158IntegerRecommendedVisual Hallucinations: Does it look close by or far away?1;21 = Close; 2 = Far
chat159IntegerRecommendedVisual Hallucinations: Does it seem close enough to touch?0;10 = No ; 1 = Yes
chat160IntegerRecommendedVisual Hallucinations: Does the image move when you turn your head?0;10 = No ; 1 = Yes
chat161IntegerRecommendedVisual Hallucinations: If human, did it talk or make noise?0;10 = No ; 1 = Yes
chat162IntegerRecommendedVisual Hallucinations: Is it familiar or unfamiliar in content?1;21 = Familiar; 2 = Unfamiliar
chat163IntegerRecommendedVisual Hallucinations: Does it look like anyone you know?0;10 = No ; 1 = Yes
chat164String100RecommendedVisual Hallucinations: Did it seem to be black and white, one color, or many colors?
chat165String100RecommendedVisual Hallucinations: Does anything trigger the hallucination? (e.g. specific locations, sights, memories)
scidv_b21_alIntegerRecommendedolfactory hallucinations, were you using drugs or alcohol at that time?1;31=No; 3= Yes
chat167IntegerRecommendedOlfactory hallucinations experienced when not intoxicated?0;10 = No ; 1 = Yes
chat168String300RecommendedDescription of olfactory hallucinations
chat169String100RecommendedWhen did you first smell [hallucination]?
chat170IntegerRecommendedAny similar experiences smelling things before first olfactory hallucination?0;10 = No ; 1 = Yes
chat171String100RecommendedIf any similar experiences smelling things before first olfactory hallucination, then when were they?
chat172String100RecommendedIf any similar experiences smelling things before first olfactory hallucination, then were there any others?
chat173IntegerRecommendedTypes of separately recurring olfactory hallucinations1;21 = History of only 1 type; 2 = History of 2 or more types
chat174DateRecommendedEstimated date of first olfactory Hallucination (month/day/year):
chat175DateRecommendedWhen was the last time you smelled any of these olfactory hallucinations?
chat176String100RecommendedWhen were olfactory hallucinations at their worst?
chat177IntegerRecommendedWere you receiving medication during the period when olfactory hallucinations were at their worst?0;10 = No ; 1 = Yes
chat178IntegerRecommendedCurrent: Olfactory Hallucination: Frequency0::40 = Not present; 1 = Less than once a week; 2 = At least once a week; 3 = At least once a day; 4 = Continuous or almost continuous
chat179IntegerRecommendedPast: Olfactory Hallucination: Frequency0::40 = Not present; 1 = Less than once a week; 2 = At least once a week; 3 = At least once a day; 4 = Continuous or almost continuous
chat180IntegerRecommendedCurrent: Olfactory Hallucination: Duration0::40 = Not present; 1 = A few seconds; 2 = Several minutes; 3 = At least one hour; 4 = For hours at a time
chat181IntegerRecommendedPast: Olfactory Hallucination: Duration0::40 = Not present; 1 = A few seconds; 2 = Several minutes; 3 = At least one hour; 4 = For hours at a time
chat182IntegerRecommendedCurrent: Olfactory Hallucination: Intensity/Pungency0::40 = Not present; 1 = Fainter than other external odors; 2 = Equally as strong as external odors; 3 = Stronger than external odors; 4 = Extremely strong or pungent
chat183IntegerRecommendedPast: Olfactory Hallucination: Intensity/Pungency0::40 = Not present; 1 = Fainter than other external odors; 2 = Equally as strong as external odors; 3 = Stronger than external odors; 4 = Extremely strong or pungent
chat184IntegerRecommendedCurrent: Olfactory Hallucination: Interference with other odors0::40 = Not present; 1 = No interference; 2 = Mild; 3 = Moderate; 4 = Severe interference (unable to smell anything else during hallucination)
chat185IntegerRecommendedPast: Olfactory Hallucination: Interference with other odors0::40 = Not present; 1 = No interference; 2 = Mild; 3 = Moderate; 4 = Severe interference (unable to smell anything else during hallucination)
chat186IntegerRecommendedCurrent: Olfactory Hallucination: Interruption of Thought Processes/Concentration0::40 = Not present; 1 = No concentration difficulties; 2 = Mild; 3 = Moderate; 4 = Unable to concentrate on anything else during olfactory hallucinations
chat187IntegerRecommendedPast: Olfactory Hallucination: Interruption of Thought Processes/Concentration0::40 = Not present; 1 = No concentration difficulties; 2 = Mild; 3 = Moderate; 4 = Unable to concentrate on anything else during olfactory hallucinations
chat188IntegerRecommendedCurrent: Olfactory Hallucination: Frequency of Control0::40 = Not present; 1 = Participant always feels some type of control; 2 = More than half the time can control; 3 = Less than half the time can control; 4 = Never able to control
chat189IntegerRecommendedPast: Olfactory Hallucination: Frequency of Control0::40 = Not present; 1 = Participant always feels some type of control; 2 = More than half the time can control; 3 = Less than half the time can control; 4 = Never able to control
chat190String15RecommendedIf olfactory hallucination frequency of control is rated 1, 2, or 3, then what about the experience does the individual feel they can control? (circle all that apply)1 = Frequency, 2 = Duration; 3 = Intensity; 4 = Other (specify)
chat191String100RecommendedIf olfactory hallucination frequency of control is rated 1, 2, or 3, then what about the experience does the individual feel they can control? (circle all that apply), Other: specify
chat192String300RecommendedIs there anything you do to cope with these olfactory hallucinations?
chat193IntegerRecommendedCurrent: Olfactory Hallucination: Attentional Demand0::40 = Not present; 1 = Easy to ignore; 2 = Moderate difficulty ignoring; 3 = Difficult to ignore; 4 = Unable to ignore
chat194IntegerRecommendedPast: Olfactory Hallucination: Attentional Demand0::40 = Not present; 1 = Easy to ignore; 2 = Moderate difficulty ignoring; 3 = Difficult to ignore; 4 = Unable to ignore
chat195IntegerRecommendedCurrent: Olfactory Hallucination: Amount of Negative Content0::40 = Not present; 1 = No unpleasant/negative content; 2 = Minority (less than half) of contents are unpleasant/negative; 3 = Majority but not all of contents are unpleasant/negative (more than half the time); 4 = All of contents are unpleasant or negative
chat196IntegerRecommendedPast: Olfactory Hallucination: Amount of Negative Content0::40 = Not present; 1 = No unpleasant/negative content; 2 = Minority (less than half) of contents are unpleasant/negative; 3 = Majority but not all of contents are unpleasant/negative (more than half the time); 4 = All of contents are unpleasant or negative
chat197IntegerRecommendedCurrent: Olfactory Hallucination: Degree of Negative Content (Rater's Judgment)0::40 = Not present; 1 = No unpleasant or negative content; 2 = Mild (may include negative or offensive odors); 3 = Moderate (may include explicit negative or offensive odors); 4 = Severe (Contents perceived as threatening, excessively offensive, morbid, or dangerous)
chat198IntegerRecommendedPast: Olfactory Hallucination: Degree of Negative Content (Rater's Judgment)0::40 = Not present; 1 = No unpleasant or negative content; 2 = Mild (may include negative or offensive odors); 3 = Moderate (may include explicit negative or offensive odors); 4 = Severe (Contents perceived as threatening, excessively offensive, morbid, or dangerous)
chat199IntegerRecommendedCheck if Olfactory hallucination content is definitively pleasant0;10 = Not checked; 1 = Checked
chat200IntegerRecommendedCurrent: Olfactory Hallucination: Frequency of Negative emotion Associated with Hallucination0::40 = Not present; 1 = Never distressed; 2 = Distressed less than half the time; 3 = Distressed more than half the time; 4 = Always distressed
chat201IntegerRecommendedPast: Olfactory Hallucination: Frequency of Negative emotion Associated with Hallucination0::40 = Not present; 1 = Never distressed; 2 = Distressed less than half the time; 3 = Distressed more than half the time; 4 = Always distressed
chat202IntegerRecommendedCurrent: Olfactory Hallucination: Intensity of negative emotional Impact0::40 = Not present; 1 = Not distressing; 2 = Somewhat distressing; 3 = Very distressing; 4 = Extremely distressing (worst participant could possibly feel)
chat203IntegerRecommendedPast: Olfactory Hallucination: Intensity of negative emotional Impact0::40 = Not present; 1 = Not distressing; 2 = Somewhat distressing; 3 = Very distressing; 4 = Extremely distressing (worst participant could possibly feel)
chat204IntegerRecommendedDid you ever try a medication that somehow improved, reduced, or stopped your experiences of olfactory hallucinations?0;10 = No ; 1 = Yes
chat205String15RecommendedIf you have ever tried a medication that somehow improved, reduced, or stopped your experiences of olfactory hallucinations: What about your experiences improved? (check all that may apply)1 = Reduced frequency; 2 = Shorter duration; 3 = Reduced intensity; 4 = Other (specify)
chat206String100RecommendedIf you have ever tried a medication that somehow improved, reduced, or stopped your experiences of olfactory hallucinations: What about your experiences improved? (check all that may apply) - Other, specify
chat207IntegerRecommendedAre you currently taking medication that has (reduced, improved) these experiences (olfactory hallucinations)?0;10 = No ; 1 = Yes
chat208IntegerRecommendedHave you continued to have these experiences (olfactory hallucinations) while taking medication?0;10 = No ; 1 = Yes
chat209IntegerRecommendedIf olfactory hallucinations continued while taking medication that reduced them: Is a family member or doctor still concerned about the hallucinations?0;10 = No ; 1 = Yes
chat210IntegerRecommendedOlfactory Hallucinations-Antipsychotic Effects LIFETIME (Circle ONE):1::61 = Lifetime responder; 2 = Lifetime partial responder; 3 = Lifetime minimal responder; 4 = Lifetime non-responder; 5 = No history of trying antipsychotics while experiencing Olfactory Hallucinations; 6 = Unknown
chat211IntegerRecommendedOlfactory Hallucinations-Antipsychotic Effects CURRENT (Circle ONE):1::51 = Current responder; 2 = Current partial responder; 3 = Current minimal responder; 4 = Current non-responder; 5 = Not currently taking an antipsychotic that has reduced Olfactory Hallucinations
chat212String100RecommendedOlfactory Hallucinations: Are they more common during a particular time of day, like morning or at night?
chat213IntegerRecommendedOlfactory Hallucinations: Is it familiar or unfamiliar in content?1;21 = Familiar; 2 = Unfamiliar
chat214String100RecommendedOlfactory Hallucinations: Does anything trigger the hallucination? (e.g. specific locations, sights, memories)
chat215IntegerRecommendedUsing drugs or alcohol at time of tactile hallucinations?0;10 = No ; 1 = Yes
chat216IntegerRecommendedTactile hallucinations experienced when not intoxicated?0;10 = No ; 1 = Yes
chat217String300RecommendedDescription of tactile hallucinations
chat218String100RecommendedWhen did you first feel [hallucination]?
chat219IntegerRecommendedAny similar experiences feeling things before first tactile hallucination?0;10 = No ; 1 = Yes
chat220String100RecommendedIf any similar experiences feeling things before first tactile hallucination, then when were they?
chat221String100RecommendedIf any similar experiences feeling things before first tactile hallucination, then were there any others?
chat222IntegerRecommendedTypes of separately recurring tactile hallucinations1;21 = History of only 1 type; 2 = History of 2 or more types
chat223DateRecommendedEstimated date of first Tactile Hallucination (month/day/year):
chat224DateRecommendedWhen was the last time you felt any of these tactile hallucinations?
chat225String100RecommendedWhen were tactile hallucinations at their worst?
chat226IntegerRecommendedWere you receiving medication during the period when tactile hallucinations were at their worst?0;10 = No ; 1 = Yes
chat227IntegerRecommendedCurrent: Tactile Hallucination: Frequency0::40 = Not present; 1 = Less than once a week; 2 = At least once a week; 3 = At least once a day; 4 = Continuous or almost continuous
chat228IntegerRecommendedPast: Tactile Hallucination: Frequency0::40 = Not present; 1 = Less than once a week; 2 = At least once a week; 3 = At least once a day; 4 = Continuous or almost continuous
chat229IntegerRecommendedCurrent: Tactile Hallucination: Duration0::40 = Not present; 1 = A few seconds; 2 = Several minutes; 3 = At least one hour; 4 = For hours at a time
chat230IntegerRecommendedPast: Tactile Hallucination: Duration0::40 = Not present; 1 = A few seconds; 2 = Several minutes; 3 = At least one hour; 4 = For hours at a time
chat231IntegerRecommendedCurrent: Tactile Hallucination: Intensity/Strength0::40 = Not present; 1 = Fainter than other external sensations; 2 = Equally as strong as as external sensations; 3 = Stronger than external sensations; 4 = Extremely strong
chat232IntegerRecommendedPast: Tactile Hallucination: Intensity/Strength0::40 = Not present; 1 = Fainter than other external sensations; 2 = Equally as strong as as external sensations; 3 = Stronger than external sensations; 4 = Extremely strong
chat233IntegerRecommendedCurrent: Tactile Hallucination: Complexity0::40 = Not present; 1 = Formless; 2 = Simple sensations; 3 = Somewhat resemble textures or more complex sensations; 4 = Consist of fully discernible/identifiable sensations
chat234IntegerRecommendedPast: Tactile Hallucination: Complexity0::40 = Not present; 1 = Formless; 2 = Simple sensations; 3 = Somewhat resemble textures or more complex sensations; 4 = Consist of fully discernible/identifiable sensations
chat235IntegerRecommendedCurrent: Tactile Hallucination: Interference with other skin sensations0::40 = Not present; 1 = No interference with other sensations; 2 = Mild; 3 = Moderate; 4 = Severe
chat236IntegerRecommendedPast: Tactile Hallucination: Interference with other skin sensations0::40 = Not present; 1 = No interference with other sensations; 2 = Mild; 3 = Moderate; 4 = Severe
chat237IntegerRecommendedCurrent: Tactile Hallucination: Interruption of Thought Processes/Concentration0::40 = Not present; 1 = No concentration difficulties; 2 = Mild; 3 = Moderate; 4 = Unable to concentrate on anything else during tactile hallucinations
chat238IntegerRecommendedPast: Tactile Hallucination: Interruption of Thought Processes/Concentration0::40 = Not present; 1 = No concentration difficulties; 2 = Mild; 3 = Moderate; 4 = Unable to concentrate on anything else during tactile hallucinations
chat239IntegerRecommendedCurrent: Tactile Hallucination: Frequency of Control0::40 = Not present; 1 = Participant always feels some type of control; 2 = More than half the time can control; 3 = Less than half the time can control; 4 = Never able to control
chat240IntegerRecommendedPast: Tactile Hallucination: Frequency of Control0::40 = Not present; 1 = Participant always feels some type of control; 2 = More than half the time can control; 3 = Less than half the time can control; 4 = Never able to control
chat241String15RecommendedIf tactile hallucination frequency of control is rated 1, 2, or 3, then what about the experience does the individual feel they can control? (circle all that apply)1 = Frequency, 2 = Duration; 3 = Intensity; 4 = Other (specify)
chat242String100RecommendedIf tactile hallucination frequency of control is rated 1, 2, or 3, then what about the experience does the individual feel they can control? (circle all that apply), Other: specify
chat243String300RecommendedIs there anything you do to cope with these tactile hallucinations?
chat244IntegerRecommendedCurrent: Tactile Hallucination: Attentional Demand0::40 = Not present; 1 = Easy to ignore; 2 = Moderate difficulty ignoring; 3 = Difficult to ignore; 4 = Unable to ignore
chat245IntegerRecommendedPast: Tactile Hallucination: Attentional Demand0::40 = Not present; 1 = Easy to ignore; 2 = Moderate difficulty ignoring; 3 = Difficult to ignore; 4 = Unable to ignore
chat246IntegerRecommendedCurrent: Tactile Hallucination: Amount of Negative Content0::40 = Not present; 1 = No unpleasant/negative content; 2 = Minority (less than half) of contents are unpleasant/negative; 3 = Majority but not all of contents are unpleasant/negative (more than half the time); 4 = All of contents are unpleasant or negative
chat247IntegerRecommendedPast: Tactile Hallucination: Amount of Negative Content0::40 = Not present; 1 = No unpleasant/negative content; 2 = Minority (less than half) of contents are unpleasant/negative; 3 = Majority but not all of contents are unpleasant/negative (more than half the time); 4 = All of contents are unpleasant or negative
chat248IntegerRecommendedCurrent: Tactile Hallucination: Degree of Negative Content (Rater's Judgment)0::40 = Not present; 1 = No unpleasant or negative content; 2 = Mild (may include vaguely unpleasant sensations); 3 = Moderate (may include decidedly unpleasant sensations); 4 = Severe (Contents perceived as threatening, excessively violent or painful sensations)
chat249IntegerRecommendedPast: Tactile Hallucination: Degree of Negative Content (Rater's Judgment)0::40 = Not present; 1 = No unpleasant or negative content; 2 = Mild (may include vaguely unpleasant sensations); 3 = Moderate (may include decidedly unpleasant sensations); 4 = Severe (Contents perceived as threatening, excessively violent or painful sensations)
chat250IntegerRecommendedCheck if Tactile hallucination content is definitively pleasant0;10 = Not checked; 1 = Checked
chat251IntegerRecommendedCurrent: Tactile Hallucination: Frequency of Negative emotion Associated with Hallucination0::40 = Not present; 1 = Never distressed; 2 = Distressed less than half the time; 3 = Distressed more than half the time; 4 = Always distressed
chat252IntegerRecommendedPast: Tactile Hallucination: Frequency of Negative emotion Associated with Hallucination0::40 = Not present; 1 = Never distressed; 2 = Distressed less than half the time; 3 = Distressed more than half the time; 4 = Always distressed
chat253IntegerRecommendedCurrent: Tactile Hallucination: Intensity of negative emotional Impact0::40 = Not present; 1 = Not distressing; 2 = Somewhat distressing; 3 = Very distressing; 4 = Extremely distressing (worst participant could possibly feel)
chat254IntegerRecommendedPast: Tactile Hallucination: Intensity of negative emotional Impact0::40 = Not present; 1 = Not distressing; 2 = Somewhat distressing; 3 = Very distressing; 4 = Extremely distressing (worst participant could possibly feel)
chat255IntegerRecommendedDid you ever try a medication that somehow improved, reduced, or stopped your experiences of tactile hallucinations?0;10 = No ; 1 = Yes
chat256String15RecommendedIf you have ever tried a medication that somehow improved, reduced, or stopped your experiences of tactile hallucinations: What about your experiences improved? (check all that may apply)1 = Reduced frequency; 2 = Shorter duration; 3 = Reduced intensity; 4 = Other (specify)
chat257String100RecommendedIf you have ever tried a medication that somehow improved, reduced, or stopped your experiences of tactile hallucinations: What about your experiences improved? (check all that may apply) - Other, specify
chat258IntegerRecommendedAre you currently taking medication that has (reduced, improved) these experiences (tactile hallucinations)?0;10 = No ; 1 = Yes
chat259IntegerRecommendedHave you continued to have these experiences (tactile hallucinations) while taking medication?0;10 = No ; 1 = Yes
chat260IntegerRecommendedIf tactile hallucinations continued while taking medication that reduced them: Is a family member or doctor still concerned about the hallucinations?0;10 = No ; 1 = Yes
chat261IntegerRecommendedTactile Hallucinations-Antipsychotic Effects LIFETIME (Circle ONE):1::61 = Lifetime responder; 2 = Lifetime partial responder; 3 = Lifetime minimal responder; 4 = Lifetime non-responder; 5 = No history of trying antipsychotics while experiencing Tactile Hallucinations; 6 = Unknown
chat262IntegerRecommendedTactile Hallucinations-Antipsychotic Effects CURRENT (Circle ONE):1::51 = Current responder; 2 = Current partial responder; 3 = Current minimal responder; 4 = Current non-responder; 5 = Not currently taking an antipsychotic that has reduced Tactile Hallucinations
chat263String100RecommendedTactile Hallucinations: Are they more common during a particular time of day, like morning or at night?
chat264IntegerRecommendedTactile Hallucinations: Is it familiar or unfamiliar in content?1;21 = Familiar; 2 = Unfamiliar
chat265String100RecommendedTactile Hallucinations: Does anything trigger the hallucination? (e.g. specific locations, sights, memories)
scid_bc25_alIntegerRecommendedGustatory hallucinations, were you using drugs or alcohol at that time?1;31=No; 3= Yes
chat267IntegerRecommendedgustatory hallucinations experienced when not intoxicated?0;10 = No ; 1 = Yes
chat268String300RecommendedDescription of gustatory hallucinations
chat269String100RecommendedWhen did you first taste [hallucination]?
chat270IntegerRecommendedAny similar experiences tasting things before first gustatory hallucination?0;10 = No ; 1 = Yes
chat271String100RecommendedIf any similar experiences tasting things before first gustatory hallucination, then when were they?
chat272String100RecommendedIf any similar experiences tasting things before first gustatory hallucination, then were there any others?
chat273IntegerRecommendedTypes of separately recurring gustatory hallucinations1;21 = History of only 1 type; 2 = History of 2 or more types
chat274DateRecommendedEstimated date of first gustatory Hallucination (month/day/year):
chat275DateRecommendedWhen was the last time you tasted any of these gustatory hallucinations?
chat276String100RecommendedWhen were gustatory hallucinations at their worst?
chat277IntegerRecommendedWere you receiving medication during the period when gustatory hallucinations were at their worst?0;10 = No ; 1 = Yes
chat278IntegerRecommendedCurrent: Gustatory Hallucination: Frequency0::40 = Not present; 1 = Less than once a week; 2 = At least once a week; 3 = At least once a day; 4 = Continuous or almost continuous
chat279IntegerRecommendedPast: Gustatory Hallucination: Frequency0::40 = Not present; 1 = Less than once a week; 2 = At least once a week; 3 = At least once a day; 4 = Continuous or almost continuous
chat280IntegerRecommendedCurrent: Gustatory Hallucination: Duration0::40 = Not present; 1 = A few seconds; 2 = Several minutes; 3 = At least one hour; 4 = For hours at a time
chat281IntegerRecommendedPast: Gustatory Hallucination: Duration0::40 = Not present; 1 = A few seconds; 2 = Several minutes; 3 = At least one hour; 4 = For hours at a time
chat282IntegerRecommendedCurrent: Gustatory Hallucination: Intensity/Strength0::40 = Not present; 1 = Fainter than external tastes; 2 = Equally as strong as as external tastes; 3 = Stronger than external tastes; 4 = Extremely strong
chat283IntegerRecommendedPast: Gustatory Hallucination: Intensity/Strength0::40 = Not present; 1 = Fainter than external tastes; 2 = Equally as strong as as external tastes; 3 = Stronger than external tastes; 4 = Extremely strong
chat284IntegerRecommendedCurrent: Gustatory Hallucination: Complexity0::40 = Not present; 1 = Present, but too faint to distinguish; 2 = Simple tastes; 3 = Somewhat resemble food/drink/medicine; 4 = Consist of fully formed rich flavors and temperature
chat285IntegerRecommendedPast: Gustatory Hallucination: Complexity0::40 = Not present; 1 = Present, but too faint to distinguish; 2 = Simple tastes; 3 = Somewhat resemble food/drink/medicine; 4 = Consist of fully formed rich flavors and temperature
chat286IntegerRecommendedCurrent: Gustatory Hallucination: Interference with other tastes0::40 = Not present; 1 = No interference with other tastes; 2 = Mild; 3 = Moderate; 4 = Severe
chat287IntegerRecommendedPast: Gustatory Hallucination: Interference with other tastes0::40 = Not present; 1 = No interference with other tastes; 2 = Mild; 3 = Moderate; 4 = Severe
chat288IntegerRecommendedCurrent: Gustatory Hallucination: Interruption of Thought Processes/Concentration0::40 = Not present; 1 = No concentration difficulties; 2 = Mild; 3 = Moderate; 4 = Unable to concentrate on anything else during gustatory hallucinations
chat289IntegerRecommendedPast: Gustatory Hallucination: Interruption of Thought Processes/Concentration0::40 = Not present; 1 = No concentration difficulties; 2 = Mild; 3 = Moderate; 4 = Unable to concentrate on anything else during gustatory hallucinations
chat290IntegerRecommendedCurrent: Gustatory Hallucination: Frequency of Control0::40 = Not present; 1 = Participant always feels some type of control; 2 = More than half the time can control; 3 = Less than half the time can control; 4 = Never able to control
chat291IntegerRecommendedPast: Gustatory Hallucination: Frequency of Control0::40 = Not present; 1 = Participant always feels some type of control; 2 = More than half the time can control; 3 = Less than half the time can control; 4 = Never able to control
chat292String15RecommendedIf gustatory hallucination frequency of control is rated 1, 2, or 3, then what about the experience does the individual feel they can control? (circle all that apply)1 = Frequency, 2 = Duration; 3 = Intensity; 4 = Other (specify)
chat293String100RecommendedIf gustatory hallucination frequency of control is rated 1, 2, or 3, then what about the experience does the individual feel they can control? (circle all that apply), Other: specify
chat294String300RecommendedIs there anything you do to cope with these gustatory hallucinations?
chat295IntegerRecommendedCurrent: Gustatory Hallucination: Attentional Demand0::40 = Not present; 1 = Easy to ignore; 2 = Moderate difficulty ignoring; 3 = Difficult to ignore; 4 = Unable to ignore
chat296IntegerRecommendedPast: Gustatory Hallucination: Attentional Demand0::40 = Not present; 1 = Easy to ignore; 2 = Moderate difficulty ignoring; 3 = Difficult to ignore; 4 = Unable to ignore
chat297IntegerRecommendedCurrent: Gustatory Hallucination: Amount of Negative Content0::40 = Not present; 1 = No unpleasant/negative content; 2 = Minority (less than half) of contents are unpleasant/negative; 3 = Majority but not all of contents are unpleasant/negative (more than half the time); 4 = All of contents are unpleasant or negative
chat298IntegerRecommendedPast: Gustatory Hallucination: Amount of Negative Content0::40 = Not present; 1 = No unpleasant/negative content; 2 = Minority (less than half) of contents are unpleasant/negative; 3 = Majority but not all of contents are unpleasant/negative (more than half the time); 4 = All of contents are unpleasant or negative
chat299IntegerRecommendedCurrent: Gustatory Hallucination: Degree of Negative Content (Rater's Judgment)0::40 = Not present; 1 = No unpleasant or negative content; 2 = Mild (may include vaguely negative or offensive tastes); 3 = Moderate (may include decidedly negative or offensive tastes); 4 = Severe (Contents perceived as threatening, excessively offensive or dangerous/noxious tastes)
chat300IntegerRecommendedPast: Gustatory Hallucination: Degree of Negative Content (Rater's Judgment)0::40 = Not present; 1 = No unpleasant or negative content; 2 = Mild (may include vaguely negative or offensive tastes); 3 = Moderate (may include decidedly negative or offensive tastes); 4 = Severe (Contents perceived as threatening, excessively offensive or dangerous/noxious tastes)
chat301IntegerRecommendedCheck if gustatory hallucination content is definitively pleasant0;10 = Not checked; 1 = Checked
chat302IntegerRecommendedCurrent: Gustatory Hallucination: Frequency of Negative emotion Associated with Hallucination0::40 = Not present; 1 = Never distressed; 2 = Distressed less than half the time; 3 = Distressed more than half the time; 4 = Always distressed
chat303IntegerRecommendedPast: Gustatory Hallucination: Frequency of Negative emotion Associated with Hallucination0::40 = Not present; 1 = Never distressed; 2 = Distressed less than half the time; 3 = Distressed more than half the time; 4 = Always distressed
chat304IntegerRecommendedCurrent: Gustatory Hallucination: Intensity of negative emotional Impact0::40 = Not present; 1 = Not distressing; 2 = Somewhat distressing; 3 = Very distressing; 4 = Extremely distressing (worst participant could possibly feel)
chat305IntegerRecommendedPast: Gustatory Hallucination: Intensity of negative emotional Impact0::40 = Not present; 1 = Not distressing; 2 = Somewhat distressing; 3 = Very distressing; 4 = Extremely distressing (worst participant could possibly feel)
chat306IntegerRecommendedDid you ever try a medication that somehow improved, reduced, or stopped your experiences of gustatory hallucinations?0;10 = No ; 1 = Yes
chat307String15RecommendedIf you have ever tried a medication that somehow improved, reduced, or stopped your experiences of gustatory hallucinations: What about your experiences improved? (check all that may apply)1 = Reduced frequency; 2 = Shorter duration; 3 = Reduced intensity; 4 = Other (specify)
chat308String100RecommendedIf you have ever tried a medication that somehow improved, reduced, or stopped your experiences of gustatory hallucinations: What about your experiences improved? (check all that may apply) - Other, specify
chat309IntegerRecommendedAre you currently taking medication that has (reduced, improved) these experiences (gustatory hallucinations)?0;10 = No ; 1 = Yes
chat310IntegerRecommendedHave you continued to have these experiences (gustatory hallucinations) while taking medication?0;10 = No ; 1 = Yes
chat311IntegerRecommendedIf gustatory hallucinations continued while taking medication that reduced them: Is a family member or doctor still concerned about the hallucinations?0;10 = No ; 1 = Yes
chat312IntegerRecommendedGustatory Hallucinations-Antipsychotic Effects LIFETIME (Circle ONE):1::61 = Lifetime responder; 2 = Lifetime partial responder; 3 = Lifetime minimal responder; 4 = Lifetime non-responder; 5 = No history of trying antipsychotics while experiencing gustatory hallucinations; 6 = Unknown
chat313IntegerRecommendedGustatory Hallucinations-Antipsychotic Effects CURRENT (Circle ONE):1::51 = Current responder; 2 = Current partial responder; 3 = Current minimal responder; 4 = Current non-responder; 5 = Not currently taking an antipsychotic that has reduced gustatory hallucinations
chat314String100RecommendedGustatory Hallucinations: Are they more common during a particular time of day, like morning or at night?
chat315IntegerRecommendedGustatory Hallucinations: Is it familiar or unfamiliar in content?1;21 = Familiar; 2 = Unfamiliar
chat316String100RecommendedGustatory Hallucinations: Does anything trigger the hallucination? (e.g. specific locations, sights, memories)
chat_prelim1IntegerRecommendedHow good is your mood today on a scale of 1 to 4?1::41 = Bad; 4 = Good
chat_prelim2IntegerRecommendedOn a scale of 1 to 4, how stressful has your day been so far?1::41 = Unstressful; 4 = Extremely stressful
chat_prelim3IntegerRecommendedHow are you feeling today, physically, on a scale of 1 to 4?1::41 = Bad; 4 = Good
chat_prelim3aString200RecommendedIf physical feeling is less than 4 and not specified: What kinds of things are bothering you?
chat_prelim4IntegerRecommendedHave you ever been diagnosed with a neurological condition?0;10 = No; 1 = Yes
medication1_nameString500RecommendedName first medication that the participant has taken0 = No medication; 999= Legitimately skipped
medication2_nameString200RecommendedName second medication that the participant has taken0 = No medication; 999= Legitimately skipped
medication3_nameString150RecommendedName third medication that the participant has taken0 = No medication; 999= Legitimately skipped
medication4_nameString100RecommendedName fourth medication that the participant has taken0 = No medication; 999= Legitimately skipped
medication5_nameString500RecommendedName fifth medication that the participant has taken0 = No medication; 999= Legitimately skipped
dem_med1_trimester_12String100RecommendedPlease specify the period(s) of time that you took medication 1: (You may choose more than one answer)
dem_med2_trimester_12String100RecommendedPlease specify the period(s) of time that you took medication 2: (You may choose more than one answer)
dem_med3_trimester_12String100RecommendedPlease specify the period(s) of time that you took medication 3: (You may choose more than one answer)
dem_med4_trimester_12String100RecommendedPlease specify the period(s) of time that you took medication 4: (You may choose more than one answer)
dem_med5_trimester_12String100RecommendedPlease specify the period(s) of time that you took medication 5: (You may choose more than one answer)
medication1_doseString50RecommendedMedication 1 dose last taken
medication2_doseString50RecommendedMedication 2 dose last taken
medication3_doseString50RecommendedMedication 3 dose last taken
medication4_doseString50RecommendedMedication 4 dose last taken
medication5_doseString50RecommendedMedication 5 dose last taken
chat_prelim20IntegerRecommendedDo you feel like medication has been helpful to you?0;10 = No; 1 = Yes
chat_prelim21String100RecommendedIf your medication has been helpful to you, then how so?
tr105desString50RecommendedUses alcohol or drugs for nonmedical purposes (don't include tobacco) (describe):
chat_hallucination1IntegerRecommendedGenuine hallucination? Current: Auditory1::31 = Not genuine; 2 = Possibly genuine; 3 = Confirmed genuine
chat_hallucination2IntegerRecommendedGenuine hallucination? Past: Auditory1::31 = Not genuine; 2 = Possibly genuine; 3 = Confirmed genuine
chat_hallucination3IntegerRecommendedGenuine hallucination? Current: Visual1::31 = Not genuine; 2 = Possibly genuine; 3 = Confirmed genuine
chat_hallucination4IntegerRecommendedGenuine hallucination? Past: Visual1::31 = Not genuine; 2 = Possibly genuine; 3 = Confirmed genuine
chat_hallucination5IntegerRecommendedGenuine hallucination? Current: Olfactory1::31 = Not genuine; 2 = Possibly genuine; 3 = Confirmed genuine
chat_hallucination6IntegerRecommendedGenuine hallucination? Past: Olfactory1::31 = Not genuine; 2 = Possibly genuine; 3 = Confirmed genuine
chat_hallucination7IntegerRecommendedGenuine hallucination? Current: Tactile1::31 = Not genuine; 2 = Possibly genuine; 3 = Confirmed genuine
chat_hallucination8IntegerRecommendedGenuine hallucination? Past: Tactile1::31 = Not genuine; 2 = Possibly genuine; 3 = Confirmed genuine
chat_hallucination9IntegerRecommendedGenuine hallucination? Current: Gustatory1::31 = Not genuine; 2 = Possibly genuine; 3 = Confirmed genuine
chat_hallucination10IntegerRecommendedGenuine hallucination? Past: Gustatory1::31 = Not genuine; 2 = Possibly genuine; 3 = Confirmed genuine
chat_chronicity1IntegerRecommendedHallucination chronicity: Chronic: Auditory1::31 = No/does not apply; 2 = Unclear; 3 = Yes, meets criteria
chat_chronicity2IntegerRecommendedHallucination chronicity: Sparse: Auditory1::31 = No/does not apply; 2 = Unclear; 3 = Yes, meets criteria
chat_chronicity3IntegerRecommendedHallucination chronicity: Once or twice: Auditory1::31 = No/does not apply; 2 = Unclear; 3 = Yes, meets criteria
chat_chronicity4IntegerRecommendedHallucination chronicity: Chronic: Visual1::31 = No/does not apply; 2 = Unclear; 3 = Yes, meets criteria
chat_chronicity5IntegerRecommendedHallucination chronicity: Sparse: Visual1::31 = No/does not apply; 2 = Unclear; 3 = Yes, meets criteria
chat_chronicity6IntegerRecommendedHallucination chronicity: Once or twice: Visual1::31 = No/does not apply; 2 = Unclear; 3 = Yes, meets criteria
chat_chronicity7IntegerRecommendedHallucination chronicity: Chronic: Olfactory1::31 = No/does not apply; 2 = Unclear; 3 = Yes, meets criteria
chat_chronicity8IntegerRecommendedHallucination chronicity: Sparse: Olfactory1::31 = No/does not apply; 2 = Unclear; 3 = Yes, meets criteria
chat_chronicity9IntegerRecommendedHallucination chronicity: Once or twice: Olfactory1::31 = No/does not apply; 2 = Unclear; 3 = Yes, meets criteria
chat_chronicity10IntegerRecommendedHallucination chronicity: Chronic: Tactile1::31 = No/does not apply; 2 = Unclear; 3 = Yes, meets criteria
chat_chronicity11IntegerRecommendedHallucination chronicity: Sparse: Tactile1::31 = No/does not apply; 2 = Unclear; 3 = Yes, meets criteria
chat_chronicity12IntegerRecommendedHallucination chronicity: Once or twice: Tactile1::31 = No/does not apply; 2 = Unclear; 3 = Yes, meets criteria
chat_chronicity13IntegerRecommendedHallucination chronicity: Chronic: Gustatory1::31 = No/does not apply; 2 = Unclear; 3 = Yes, meets criteria
chat_chronicity14IntegerRecommendedHallucination chronicity: Sparse: Gustatory1::31 = No/does not apply; 2 = Unclear; 3 = Yes, meets criteria
chat_chronicity15IntegerRecommendedHallucination chronicity: Once or twice: Gustatory1::31 = No/does not apply; 2 = Unclear; 3 = Yes, meets criteria
chat_chronicity16String500RecommendedCHAT Chronicity ratings: Explain any ratings of 2 (Unclear)
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