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Q-sort produces a person-centered description, because the sorter explicitly compares each attribute with other attributes within the same individual. The sorter is asked to sort the items into categories that range from "most undescriptive" to "most descriptive". doi:10.1037/1040-3590.4.4.512
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Query Element Name Data Type Size Required Description Value Range Notes Aliases
subjectkey GUID Required The NDAR Global Unique Identifier (GUID) for research subject NDAR*
src_subject_id String 20 Required Subject ID how it's defined in lab/project
interview_date Date Required Date on which the interview/genetic test/sampling/imaging/biospecimen was completed. MM/DD/YYYY
interview_age Integer Required Age in months at the time of the interview/test/sampling/imaging. 0 :: 1260 Age is rounded to chronological month. If the research participant is 15-days-old at time of interview, the appropriate value would be 0 months. If the participant is 16-days-old, the value would be 1 month.
sex String 20 Required Sex of subject at birth M;F; O; NR M = Male; F = Female; O=Other; NR = Not reported
relationship Integer Recommended Relationship of respondent to individual 1::94;-999 1 = Biological mom; 2 = Biological dad; 3 = Grandparent; 4 = Special education (sped) teacher; 5 = General education teacher; 6 = Occupational therapist; 7 = Speech and language therapist; 8 = Behavioral therapist; 9 = Paraprofessional; 10 = Aide; 11 = Principal; 12 = Administrator; 14 = Content teacher; 15 = Parent center director; 16 = Self; 17=Adoptive mother; 18=Adoptive father; 19=Foster mother; 20 = Foster father; 21=Grandmother; 22=Grandfather; 23=Step-mother; 24 = Step-father; 25=Aunt; 26=Uncle; 28=Both parents;31= Grandmother from mother side; 32= Grandfather from mother side; 33= Grandmother from father side; 34= Grandfather from father side; 36= Brother; 37= Sister; 38= Cousin; 39= female caregiver; 40=male caregiver; 41=Female child; 42=Male child; 43=Spouse/Mate; 44=Friend; 45=Parent; 46=Significant other; 47=Sibling; 48=Son/Daughter; 49=Son-in-law/Daughter-in law; 50=Other Relative; 51=Paid caregiver; 52=Friends; 53=Roommate; 54=Supervisor; 55=mother's boyfriend; 56=other parental figure; 57=Summary; 58=counselor ; 59 = other female relative; 60 = other male relative; 61 = non-relative ; 62=Maternal Aunt; 63=Maternal Uncle; 64=Maternal Cousin; 65 = Paternal Aunt; 66=Paternal Uncle; 67=Paternal Cousin ; 68=Biological/Adoptive Mother and Grandmother; 69=Biological/Adoptive Mother and Stepmother and Grandmother; 70=Biological/Adoptive Mother and Grandmother and Foster Father; 71=Biological/Adoptive Mother and Stepmother and Foster Mother; 72=Biological/Adoptive Mother and Foster Mother; 73=Biological/Adoptive Mother and Biological/Adoptive Father; 74=Biological/Adoptive Mother and Stepmother and Biological/Adoptive Father; 75=Biological/Adoptive Mother and Other; 76=Biological/Adoptive Mother and Stepmother and Stepfather; 77=Biological/Adoptive Mother and Stepfather; 78=Biological/Adoptive Mother and Grandfather; 79=Biological/Adoptive Mother and Stepmother and Foster Father; 80=Biological/Adoptive Mother and Stepmother; 81=Guardian, female; 82=Other female; 83=Guardian, male; 84=Other male; 85=Other/Grandparent/Nanny; 86 = Mother, Father, Guardian; 87 = Daughter, son, grandchild; 88 = Professional (e.g., social worker, nurse, therapist, psychiatrist, or group home staff); -999=Missing; 89 = Biological parent; 90=Other; 91 = Stepparent; 92 = Adoptive parent; 93 = Foster parent; 94 = Co-worker asd_respnum
visit_year Integer Recommended Year of visit
cl_qsort_1 Integer Recommended They show their thoughts and feelings in the way they look and act, but they do not talk much about what they think and about how they feel. 1::9;-999 1 = Most undescriptive; 2 = Very undescriptive; 3 = Quite undescriptive; 4 = Somewhat undescriptive; 5 = Neither descriptive nor undescriptive; 6 = Somewhat descriptive; 7 = Quite descriptive; 8 = Very descriptive; 9 = Most descriptive; -999 = Missing
cl_qsort_2 Integer Recommended They are considerate and thoughtful of other people. 1::9;-999 1 = Most undescriptive; 2 = Very undescriptive; 3 = Quite undescriptive; 4 = Somewhat undescriptive; 5 = Neither descriptive nor undescriptive; 6 = Somewhat descriptive; 7 = Quite descriptive; 8 = Very descriptive; 9 = Most descriptive; -999 = Missing
cl_qsort_3 Integer Recommended They are a warm person and respond with kindness to other people. 1::9;-999 1 = Most undescriptive; 2 = Very undescriptive; 3 = Quite undescriptive; 4 = Somewhat undescriptive; 5 = Neither descriptive nor undescriptive; 6 = Somewhat descriptive; 7 = Quite descriptive; 8 = Very descriptive; 9 = Most descriptive; -999 = Missing
cl_qsort_4 Integer Recommended They get along well with other people. 1::9;-999 1 = Most undescriptive; 2 = Very undescriptive; 3 = Quite undescriptive; 4 = Somewhat undescriptive; 5 = Neither descriptive nor undescriptive; 6 = Somewhat descriptive; 7 = Quite descriptive; 8 = Very descriptive; 9 = Most descriptive; -999 = Missing
cl_qsort_5 Integer Recommended Other kids look up to them and seek them out. 1::9;-999 1 = Most undescriptive; 2 = Very undescriptive; 3 = Quite undescriptive; 4 = Somewhat undescriptive; 5 = Neither descriptive nor undescriptive; 6 = Somewhat descriptive; 7 = Quite descriptive; 8 = Very descriptive; 9 = Most descriptive; -999 = Missing
cl_qsort_6 Integer Recommended They are helpful and cooperate with other people. 1::9;-999 1 = Most undescriptive; 2 = Very undescriptive; 3 = Quite undescriptive; 4 = Somewhat undescriptive; 5 = Neither descriptive nor undescriptive; 6 = Somewhat descriptive; 7 = Quite descriptive; 8 = Very descriptive; 9 = Most descriptive; -999 = Missing
cl_qsort_7 Integer Recommended They like physical affection. 1::9;-999 1 = Most undescriptive; 2 = Very undescriptive; 3 = Quite undescriptive; 4 = Somewhat undescriptive; 5 = Neither descriptive nor undescriptive; 6 = Somewhat descriptive; 7 = Quite descriptive; 8 = Very descriptive; 9 = Most descriptive; -999 = Missing
cl_qsort_8 Integer Recommended They like to keep their thoughts and feelings to themselves. 1::9;-999 1 = Most undescriptive; 2 = Very undescriptive; 3 = Quite undescriptive; 4 = Somewhat undescriptive; 5 = Neither descriptive nor undescriptive; 6 = Somewhat descriptive; 7 = Quite descriptive; 8 = Very descriptive; 9 = Most descriptive; -999 = Missing
cl_qsort_9 Integer Recommended They make good and close friendships with other people. 1::9;-999 1 = Most undescriptive; 2 = Very undescriptive; 3 = Quite undescriptive; 4 = Somewhat undescriptive; 5 = Neither descriptive nor undescriptive; 6 = Somewhat descriptive; 7 = Quite descriptive; 8 = Very descriptive; 9 = Most descriptive; -999 = Missing
cl_qsort_10 Integer Recommended Their friendships don't last long; they change friends a lot. 1::9;-999 1 = Most undescriptive; 2 = Very undescriptive; 3 = Quite undescriptive; 4 = Somewhat undescriptive; 5 = Neither descriptive nor undescriptive; 6 = Somewhat descriptive; 7 = Quite descriptive; 8 = Very descriptive; 9 = Most descriptive; -999 = Missing
cl_qsort_11 Integer Recommended They try to blame other people for things that they have done. 1::9;-999 1 = Most undescriptive; 2 = Very undescriptive; 3 = Quite undescriptive; 4 = Somewhat undescriptive; 5 = Neither descriptive nor undescriptive; 6 = Somewhat descriptive; 7 = Quite descriptive; 8 = Very descriptive; 9 = Most descriptive; -999 = Missing
cl_qsort_12 Integer Recommended They start to act immature when they face difficult problems or when they are under stress. 1::9;-999 1 = Most undescriptive; 2 = Very undescriptive; 3 = Quite undescriptive; 4 = Somewhat undescriptive; 5 = Neither descriptive nor undescriptive; 6 = Somewhat descriptive; 7 = Quite descriptive; 8 = Very descriptive; 9 = Most descriptive; -999 = Missing
cl_qsort_13 Integer Recommended They try to see what and how much they can get away with; they usually push the limits and try to stretch the rules. 1::9;-999 1 = Most undescriptive; 2 = Very undescriptive; 3 = Quite undescriptive; 4 = Somewhat undescriptive; 5 = Neither descriptive nor undescriptive; 6 = Somewhat descriptive; 7 = Quite descriptive; 8 = Very descriptive; 9 = Most descriptive; -999 = Missing
cl_qsort_14 Integer Recommended They try hard to please other people. 1::9;-999 1 = Most undescriptive; 2 = Very undescriptive; 3 = Quite undescriptive; 4 = Somewhat undescriptive; 5 = Neither descriptive nor undescriptive; 6 = Somewhat descriptive; 7 = Quite descriptive; 8 = Very descriptive; 9 = Most descriptive; -999 = Missing
cl_qsort_15 Integer Recommended They show concern about what's right and what's wrong. 1::9;-999 1 = Most undescriptive; 2 = Very undescriptive; 3 = Quite undescriptive; 4 = Somewhat undescriptive; 5 = Neither descriptive nor undescriptive; 6 = Somewhat descriptive; 7 = Quite descriptive; 8 = Very descriptive; 9 = Most descriptive; -999 = Missing
cl_qsort_16 Integer Recommended They are proud of the things they have done and made. 1::9;-999 1 = Most undescriptive; 2 = Very undescriptive; 3 = Quite undescriptive; 4 = Somewhat undescriptive; 5 = Neither descriptive nor undescriptive; 6 = Somewhat descriptive; 7 = Quite descriptive; 8 = Very descriptive; 9 = Most descriptive; -999 = Missing
cl_qsort_17 Integer Recommended They act very feminine (if male child)/masculine (if female child) 1::9;-999 1 = Most undescriptive; 2 = Very undescriptive; 3 = Quite undescriptive; 4 = Somewhat undescriptive; 5 = Neither descriptive nor undescriptive; 6 = Somewhat descriptive; 7 = Quite descriptive; 8 = Very descriptive; 9 = Most descriptive; -999 = Missing
cl_qsort_18 Integer Recommended They let other kids know it when they're upset or angry; they don't hold back their feelings when they feel upset or angry with them. 1::9;-999 1 = Most undescriptive; 2 = Very undescriptive; 3 = Quite undescriptive; 4 = Somewhat undescriptive; 5 = Neither descriptive nor undescriptive; 6 = Somewhat descriptive; 7 = Quite descriptive; 8 = Very descriptive; 9 = Most descriptive; -999 = Missing
cl_qsort_19 Integer Recommended They are open and straightforward. 1::9;-999 1 = Most undescriptive; 2 = Very undescriptive; 3 = Quite undescriptive; 4 = Somewhat undescriptive; 5 = Neither descriptive nor undescriptive; 6 = Somewhat descriptive; 7 = Quite descriptive; 8 = Very descriptive; 9 = Most descriptive; -999 = Missing
cl_qsort_20 Integer Recommended They try to take advantage of other people 1::9;-999 1 = Most undescriptive; 2 = Very undescriptive; 3 = Quite undescriptive; 4 = Somewhat undescriptive; 5 = Neither descriptive nor undescriptive; 6 = Somewhat descriptive; 7 = Quite descriptive; 8 = Very descriptive; 9 = Most descriptive; -999 = Missing
cl_qsort_21 Integer Recommended They try to be the center of attention. 1::9;-999 1 = Most undescriptive; 2 = Very undescriptive; 3 = Quite undescriptive; 4 = Somewhat undescriptive; 5 = Neither descriptive nor undescriptive; 6 = Somewhat descriptive; 7 = Quite descriptive; 8 = Very descriptive; 9 = Most descriptive; -999 = Missing
cl_qsort_22 Integer Recommended They try to get others to do what they want by playing up to them; they act charming in order to get their way. 1::9;-999 1 = Most undescriptive; 2 = Very undescriptive; 3 = Quite undescriptive; 4 = Somewhat undescriptive; 5 = Neither descriptive nor undescriptive; 6 = Somewhat descriptive; 7 = Quite descriptive; 8 = Very descriptive; 9 = Most descriptive; -999 = Missing
cl_qsort_23 Integer Recommended They are nervous and fearful. 1::9;-999 1 = Most undescriptive; 2 = Very undescriptive; 3 = Quite undescriptive; 4 = Somewhat undescriptive; 5 = Neither descriptive nor undescriptive; 6 = Somewhat descriptive; 7 = Quite descriptive; 8 = Very descriptive; 9 = Most descriptive; -999 = Missing
cl_qsort_24 Integer Recommended They worry about things for a long time. 1::9;-999 1 = Most undescriptive; 2 = Very undescriptive; 3 = Quite undescriptive; 4 = Somewhat undescriptive; 5 = Neither descriptive nor undescriptive; 6 = Somewhat descriptive; 7 = Quite descriptive; 8 = Very descriptive; 9 = Most descriptive; -999 = Missing
cl_qsort_25 Integer Recommended They think things out and you can explain things to them like you can to a grown-up 1::9;-999 1 = Most undescriptive; 2 = Very undescriptive; 3 = Quite undescriptive; 4 = Somewhat undescriptive; 5 = Neither descriptive nor undescriptive; 6 = Somewhat descriptive; 7 = Quite descriptive; 8 = Very descriptive; 9 = Most descriptive; -999 = Missing
cl_qsort_26 Integer Recommended They are physically active; they enjoy running, playing, and exercise. 1::9;-999 1 = Most undescriptive; 2 = Very undescriptive; 3 = Quite undescriptive; 4 = Somewhat undescriptive; 5 = Neither descriptive nor undescriptive; 6 = Somewhat descriptive; 7 = Quite descriptive; 8 = Very descriptive; 9 = Most descriptive; -999 = Missing
cl_qsort_27 Integer Recommended They look different from other kids their own age. (For example, they are much taller or shorter, under- or overweight, or physically handicapped.) 1::9;-999 1 = Most undescriptive; 2 = Very undescriptive; 3 = Quite undescriptive; 4 = Somewhat undescriptive; 5 = Neither descriptive nor undescriptive; 6 = Somewhat descriptive; 7 = Quite descriptive; 8 = Very descriptive; 9 = Most descriptive; -999 = Missing
cl_qsort_28 Integer Recommended They are energetic and full of life. 1::9;-999 1 = Most undescriptive; 2 = Very undescriptive; 3 = Quite undescriptive; 4 = Somewhat undescriptive; 5 = Neither descriptive nor undescriptive; 6 = Somewhat descriptive; 7 = Quite descriptive; 8 = Very descriptive; 9 = Most descriptive; -999 = Missing
cl_qsort_29 Integer Recommended They are protective of others; they protect people who are close to them. 1::9;-999 1 = Most undescriptive; 2 = Very undescriptive; 3 = Quite undescriptive; 4 = Somewhat undescriptive; 5 = Neither descriptive nor undescriptive; 6 = Somewhat descriptive; 7 = Quite descriptive; 8 = Very descriptive; 9 = Most descriptive; -999 = Missing
cl_qsort_30 Integer Recommended Most adults seem to like them. 1::9;-999 1 = Most undescriptive; 2 = Very undescriptive; 3 = Quite undescriptive; 4 = Somewhat undescriptive; 5 = Neither descriptive nor undescriptive; 6 = Somewhat descriptive; 7 = Quite descriptive; 8 = Very descriptive; 9 = Most descriptive; -999 = Missing
cl_qsort_31 Integer Recommended They are able to feel how others feel; they put themselves in their place. 1::9;-999 1 = Most undescriptive; 2 = Very undescriptive; 3 = Quite undescriptive; 4 = Somewhat undescriptive; 5 = Neither descriptive nor undescriptive; 6 = Somewhat descriptive; 7 = Quite descriptive; 8 = Very descriptive; 9 = Most descriptive; -999 = Missing
cl_qsort_32 Integer Recommended They give, lend, and share things 1::9;-999 1 = Most undescriptive; 2 = Very undescriptive; 3 = Quite undescriptive; 4 = Somewhat undescriptive; 5 = Neither descriptive nor undescriptive; 6 = Somewhat descriptive; 7 = Quite descriptive; 8 = Very descriptive; 9 = Most descriptive; -999 = Missing
cl_qsort_33 Integer Recommended They cry easily. 1::9;-999 1 = Most undescriptive; 2 = Very undescriptive; 3 = Quite undescriptive; 4 = Somewhat undescriptive; 5 = Neither descriptive nor undescriptive; 6 = Somewhat descriptive; 7 = Quite descriptive; 8 = Very descriptive; 9 = Most descriptive; -999 = Missing
cl_qsort_34 Integer Recommended They are restless and fidgety; they have a hard time sitting still. 1::9;-999 1 = Most undescriptive; 2 = Very undescriptive; 3 = Quite undescriptive; 4 = Somewhat undescriptive; 5 = Neither descriptive nor undescriptive; 6 = Somewhat descriptive; 7 = Quite descriptive; 8 = Very descriptive; 9 = Most descriptive; -999 = Missing
cl_qsort_35 Integer Recommended They hold things in; they have a hard time expressing themselves; they're a little bit uptight. 1::9;-999 1 = Most undescriptive; 2 = Very undescriptive; 3 = Quite undescriptive; 4 = Somewhat undescriptive; 5 = Neither descriptive nor undescriptive; 6 = Somewhat descriptive; 7 = Quite descriptive; 8 = Very descriptive; 9 = Most descriptive; -999 = Missing
cl_qsort_36 Integer Recommended They find ways to make things happen and get things done. 1::9;-999 1 = Most undescriptive; 2 = Very undescriptive; 3 = Quite undescriptive; 4 = Somewhat undescriptive; 5 = Neither descriptive nor undescriptive; 6 = Somewhat descriptive; 7 = Quite descriptive; 8 = Very descriptive; 9 = Most descriptive; -999 = Missing
cl_qsort_37 Integer Recommended They like to compete; they're always testing and comparing themselves to other people. 1::9;-999 1 = Most undescriptive; 2 = Very undescriptive; 3 = Quite undescriptive; 4 = Somewhat undescriptive; 5 = Neither descriptive nor undescriptive; 6 = Somewhat descriptive; 7 = Quite descriptive; 8 = Very descriptive; 9 = Most descriptive; -999 = Missing
cl_qsort_38 Integer Recommended They have an unusual way of thinking about things -- for better or for worse, they put things together in their head in a different way than other people would. 1::9;-999 1 = Most undescriptive; 2 = Very undescriptive; 3 = Quite undescriptive; 4 = Somewhat undescriptive; 5 = Neither descriptive nor undescriptive; 6 = Somewhat descriptive; 7 = Quite descriptive; 8 = Very descriptive; 9 = Most descriptive; -999 = Missing
cl_qsort_39 Integer Recommended They freeze up when things are stressful, or else they keep doing the same things over and over. 1::9;-999 1 = Most undescriptive; 2 = Very undescriptive; 3 = Quite undescriptive; 4 = Somewhat undescriptive; 5 = Neither descriptive nor undescriptive; 6 = Somewhat descriptive; 7 = Quite descriptive; 8 = Very descriptive; 9 = Most descriptive; -999 = Missing
cl_qsort_40 Integer Recommended They are curious and exploring; they like to learn and experience new things. 1::9;-999 1 = Most undescriptive; 2 = Very undescriptive; 3 = Quite undescriptive; 4 = Somewhat undescriptive; 5 = Neither descriptive nor undescriptive; 6 = Somewhat descriptive; 7 = Quite descriptive; 8 = Very descriptive; 9 = Most descriptive; -999 = Missing
cl_qsort_41 Integer Recommended They are determined in what they do; they do not give up easily. 1::9;-999 1 = Most undescriptive; 2 = Very undescriptive; 3 = Quite undescriptive; 4 = Somewhat undescriptive; 5 = Neither descriptive nor undescriptive; 6 = Somewhat descriptive; 7 = Quite descriptive; 8 = Very descriptive; 9 = Most descriptive; -999 = Missing
cl_qsort_42 Integer Recommended They are an interesting child; people notice them and remember them. 1::9;-999 1 = Most undescriptive; 2 = Very undescriptive; 3 = Quite undescriptive; 4 = Somewhat undescriptive; 5 = Neither descriptive nor undescriptive; 6 = Somewhat descriptive; 7 = Quite descriptive; 8 = Very descriptive; 9 = Most descriptive; -999 = Missing
cl_qsort_43 Integer Recommended They can bounce back or recover after a stressful or bad experience 1::9;-999 1 = Most undescriptive; 2 = Very undescriptive; 3 = Quite undescriptive; 4 = Somewhat undescriptive; 5 = Neither descriptive nor undescriptive; 6 = Somewhat descriptive; 7 = Quite descriptive; 8 = Very descriptive; 9 = Most descriptive; -999 = Missing
cl_qsort_44 Integer Recommended They give in or back up when they have conflicts or disagreements with others. 1::9;-999 1 = Most undescriptive; 2 = Very undescriptive; 3 = Quite undescriptive; 4 = Somewhat undescriptive; 5 = Neither descriptive nor undescriptive; 6 = Somewhat descriptive; 7 = Quite descriptive; 8 = Very descriptive; 9 = Most descriptive; -999 = Missing
cl_qsort_45 Integer Recommended When they are under stress, they give up and back off. 1::9;-999 1 = Most undescriptive; 2 = Very undescriptive; 3 = Quite undescriptive; 4 = Somewhat undescriptive; 5 = Neither descriptive nor undescriptive; 6 = Somewhat descriptive; 7 = Quite descriptive; 8 = Very descriptive; 9 = Most descriptive; -999 = Missing
cl_qsort_46 Integer Recommended They tend to go to pieces under stress; they get rattled when things are tough. 1::9;-999 1 = Most undescriptive; 2 = Very undescriptive; 3 = Quite undescriptive; 4 = Somewhat undescriptive; 5 = Neither descriptive nor undescriptive; 6 = Somewhat descriptive; 7 = Quite descriptive; 8 = Very descriptive; 9 = Most descriptive; -999 = Missing
cl_qsort_47 Integer Recommended They have high standards for themselves; they need to do very well in the things they do. 1::9;-999 1 = Most undescriptive; 2 = Very undescriptive; 3 = Quite undescriptive; 4 = Somewhat undescriptive; 5 = Neither descriptive nor undescriptive; 6 = Somewhat descriptive; 7 = Quite descriptive; 8 = Very descriptive; 9 = Most descriptive; -999 = Missing
cl_qsort_48 Integer Recommended They need to have people tell them what they're doing well or OK; they are not very sure of themselves. 1::9;-999 1 = Most undescriptive; 2 = Very undescriptive; 3 = Quite undescriptive; 4 = Somewhat undescriptive; 5 = Neither descriptive nor undescriptive; 6 = Somewhat descriptive; 7 = Quite descriptive; 8 = Very descriptive; 9 = Most descriptive; -999 = Missing
cl_qsort_49 Integer Recommended They have specific habits or patterns of behavior. (For example, they tap their fingers on the table, bites fingernails, stutters, bites lips.) 1::9;-999 1 = Most undescriptive; 2 = Very undescriptive; 3 = Quite undescriptive; 4 = Somewhat undescriptive; 5 = Neither descriptive nor undescriptive; 6 = Somewhat descriptive; 7 = Quite descriptive; 8 = Very descriptive; 9 = Most descriptive; -999 = Missing
cl_qsort_50 Integer Recommended They tend to get sick when things go wrong or when there is a lot of stress. (For example, they get headaches, stomachaches, throws up.) 1::9;-999 1 = Most undescriptive; 2 = Very undescriptive; 3 = Quite undescriptive; 4 = Somewhat undescriptive; 5 = Neither descriptive nor undescriptive; 6 = Somewhat descriptive; 7 = Quite descriptive; 8 = Very descriptive; 9 = Most descriptive; -999 = Missing
cl_qsort_51 Integer Recommended They are well coordinated. For example, they do well in sports. 1::9;-999 1 = Most undescriptive; 2 = Very undescriptive; 3 = Quite undescriptive; 4 = Somewhat undescriptive; 5 = Neither descriptive nor undescriptive; 6 = Somewhat descriptive; 7 = Quite descriptive; 8 = Very descriptive; 9 = Most descriptive; -999 = Missing
cl_qsort_52 Integer Recommended They are careful not to get hurt (physically). 1::9;-999 1 = Most undescriptive; 2 = Very undescriptive; 3 = Quite undescriptive; 4 = Somewhat undescriptive; 5 = Neither descriptive nor undescriptive; 6 = Somewhat descriptive; 7 = Quite descriptive; 8 = Very descriptive; 9 = Most descriptive; -999 = Missing
cl_qsort_53 Integer Recommended They have a hard time making up their mind; they change their mind a lot. 1::9;-999 1 = Most undescriptive; 2 = Very undescriptive; 3 = Quite undescriptive; 4 = Somewhat undescriptive; 5 = Neither descriptive nor undescriptive; 6 = Somewhat descriptive; 7 = Quite descriptive; 8 = Very descriptive; 9 = Most descriptive; -999 = Missing
cl_qsort_54 Integer Recommended Their mood is unpredictable -- they change often and quickly. 1::9;-999 1 = Most undescriptive; 2 = Very undescriptive; 3 = Quite undescriptive; 4 = Somewhat undescriptive; 5 = Neither descriptive nor undescriptive; 6 = Somewhat descriptive; 7 = Quite descriptive; 8 = Very descriptive; 9 = Most descriptive; -999 = Missing
cl_qsort_55 Integer Recommended They worry about not getting their share of toys, food, or love; they seem afraid they won't get enough. 1::9;-999 1 = Most undescriptive; 2 = Very undescriptive; 3 = Quite undescriptive; 4 = Somewhat undescriptive; 5 = Neither descriptive nor undescriptive; 6 = Somewhat descriptive; 7 = Quite descriptive; 8 = Very descriptive; 9 = Most descriptive; -999 = Missing
cl_qsort_56 Integer Recommended They are jealous and envious; they want what other people have 1::9;-999 1 = Most undescriptive; 2 = Very undescriptive; 3 = Quite undescriptive; 4 = Somewhat undescriptive; 5 = Neither descriptive nor undescriptive; 6 = Somewhat descriptive; 7 = Quite descriptive; 8 = Very descriptive; 9 = Most descriptive; -999 = Missing
cl_qsort_57 Integer Recommended They exaggerate about things that happen to them; they blow things out of proportion. 1::9;-999 1 = Most undescriptive; 2 = Very undescriptive; 3 = Quite undescriptive; 4 = Somewhat undescriptive; 5 = Neither descriptive nor undescriptive; 6 = Somewhat descriptive; 7 = Quite descriptive; 8 = Very descriptive; 9 = Most descriptive; -999 = Missing
cl_qsort_58 Integer Recommended They openly show the way they feel, whether good or bad; they show their emotions openly. 1::9;-999 1 = Most undescriptive; 2 = Very undescriptive; 3 = Quite undescriptive; 4 = Somewhat undescriptive; 5 = Neither descriptive nor undescriptive; 6 = Somewhat descriptive; 7 = Quite descriptive; 8 = Very descriptive; 9 = Most descriptive; -999 = Missing
cl_qsort_59 Integer Recommended They are neat and orderly in the way they dress and act. 1::9;-999 1 = Most undescriptive; 2 = Very undescriptive; 3 = Quite undescriptive; 4 = Somewhat undescriptive; 5 = Neither descriptive nor undescriptive; 6 = Somewhat descriptive; 7 = Quite descriptive; 8 = Very descriptive; 9 = Most descriptive; -999 = Missing
cl_qsort_60 Integer Recommended They gets nervous if they're not sure what is going to happen or when it is not clear what they're supposed to do. 1::9;-999 1 = Most undescriptive; 2 = Very undescriptive; 3 = Quite undescriptive; 4 = Somewhat undescriptive; 5 = Neither descriptive nor undescriptive; 6 = Somewhat descriptive; 7 = Quite descriptive; 8 = Very descriptive; 9 = Most descriptive; -999 = Missing
cl_qsort_61 Integer Recommended They judge other people; they have very strong opinions about the things other people do. 1::9;-999 1 = Most undescriptive; 2 = Very undescriptive; 3 = Quite undescriptive; 4 = Somewhat undescriptive; 5 = Neither descriptive nor undescriptive; 6 = Somewhat descriptive; 7 = Quite descriptive; 8 = Very descriptive; 9 = Most descriptive; -999 = Missing
cl_qsort_62 Integer Recommended They are obedient and do what they are told. 1::9;-999 1 = Most undescriptive; 2 = Very undescriptive; 3 = Quite undescriptive; 4 = Somewhat undescriptive; 5 = Neither descriptive nor undescriptive; 6 = Somewhat descriptive; 7 = Quite descriptive; 8 = Very descriptive; 9 = Most descriptive; -999 = Missing
cl_qsort_63 Integer Recommended They are fast-paced; they move and react to things quickly. 1::9;-999 1 = Most undescriptive; 2 = Very undescriptive; 3 = Quite undescriptive; 4 = Somewhat undescriptive; 5 = Neither descriptive nor undescriptive; 6 = Somewhat descriptive; 7 = Quite descriptive; 8 = Very descriptive; 9 = Most descriptive; -999 = Missing
cl_qsort_64 Integer Recommended They are calm and relaxed; easy-going 1::9;-999 1 = Most undescriptive; 2 = Very undescriptive; 3 = Quite undescriptive; 4 = Somewhat undescriptive; 5 = Neither descriptive nor undescriptive; 6 = Somewhat descriptive; 7 = Quite descriptive; 8 = Very descriptive; 9 = Most descriptive; -999 = Missing
cl_qsort_65 Integer Recommended When they want something, they want it right away; they have a hard time waiting for things they want and like. 1::9;-999 1 = Most undescriptive; 2 = Very undescriptive; 3 = Quite undescriptive; 4 = Somewhat undescriptive; 5 = Neither descriptive nor undescriptive; 6 = Somewhat descriptive; 7 = Quite descriptive; 8 = Very descriptive; 9 = Most descriptive; -999 = Missing
cl_qsort_66 Integer Recommended They pay attention well and concentrate on things. 1::9;-999 1 = Most undescriptive; 2 = Very undescriptive; 3 = Quite undescriptive; 4 = Somewhat undescriptive; 5 = Neither descriptive nor undescriptive; 6 = Somewhat descriptive; 7 = Quite descriptive; 8 = Very descriptive; 9 = Most descriptive; -999 = Missing
cl_qsort_67 Integer Recommended They plan things ahead; they think before they do something; they ''look before they leap''. 1::9;-999 1 = Most undescriptive; 2 = Very undescriptive; 3 = Quite undescriptive; 4 = Somewhat undescriptive; 5 = Neither descriptive nor undescriptive; 6 = Somewhat descriptive; 7 = Quite descriptive; 8 = Very descriptive; 9 = Most descriptive; -999 = Missing
cl_qsort_68 Integer Recommended They are a very smart kid (even though their grades might not show this). 1::9;-999 1 = Most undescriptive; 2 = Very undescriptive; 3 = Quite undescriptive; 4 = Somewhat undescriptive; 5 = Neither descriptive nor undescriptive; 6 = Somewhat descriptive; 7 = Quite descriptive; 8 = Very descriptive; 9 = Most descriptive; -999 = Missing
cl_qsort_69 Integer Recommended They have a way with words; they can express themselves well with words. 1::9;-999 1 = Most undescriptive; 2 = Very undescriptive; 3 = Quite undescriptive; 4 = Somewhat undescriptive; 5 = Neither descriptive nor undescriptive; 6 = Somewhat descriptive; 7 = Quite descriptive; 8 = Very descriptive; 9 = Most descriptive; -999 = Missing
cl_qsort_70 Integer Recommended They daydream; they often get lost in thought or a fantasy world. 1::9;-999 1 = Most undescriptive; 2 = Very undescriptive; 3 = Quite undescriptive; 4 = Somewhat undescriptive; 5 = Neither descriptive nor undescriptive; 6 = Somewhat descriptive; 7 = Quite descriptive; 8 = Very descriptive; 9 = Most descriptive; -999 = Missing
cl_qsort_71 Integer Recommended They often ask grown-ups for help and advice. 1::9;-999 1 = Most undescriptive; 2 = Very undescriptive; 3 = Quite undescriptive; 4 = Somewhat undescriptive; 5 = Neither descriptive nor undescriptive; 6 = Somewhat descriptive; 7 = Quite descriptive; 8 = Very descriptive; 9 = Most descriptive; -999 = Missing
cl_qsort_72 Integer Recommended They often feel guilty; they are quick to blame themselves, even though they might not talk about it. 1::9;-999 1 = Most undescriptive; 2 = Very undescriptive; 3 = Quite undescriptive; 4 = Somewhat undescriptive; 5 = Neither descriptive nor undescriptive; 6 = Somewhat descriptive; 7 = Quite descriptive; 8 = Very descriptive; 9 = Most descriptive; -999 = Missing
cl_qsort_73 Integer Recommended They have a sense of humor -- they like to laugh at funny things. 1::9;-999 1 = Most undescriptive; 2 = Very undescriptive; 3 = Quite undescriptive; 4 = Somewhat undescriptive; 5 = Neither descriptive nor undescriptive; 6 = Somewhat descriptive; 7 = Quite descriptive; 8 = Very descriptive; 9 = Most descriptive; -999 = Missing
cl_qsort_74 Integer Recommended They usually get wrapped up in what they are doing. 1::9;-999 1 = Most undescriptive; 2 = Very undescriptive; 3 = Quite undescriptive; 4 = Somewhat undescriptive; 5 = Neither descriptive nor undescriptive; 6 = Somewhat descriptive; 7 = Quite descriptive; 8 = Very descriptive; 9 = Most descriptive; -999 = Missing
cl_qsort_75 Integer Recommended They are cheerful. 1::9;-999 1 = Most undescriptive; 2 = Very undescriptive; 3 = Quite undescriptive; 4 = Somewhat undescriptive; 5 = Neither descriptive nor undescriptive; 6 = Somewhat descriptive; 7 = Quite descriptive; 8 = Very descriptive; 9 = Most descriptive; -999 = Missing
cl_qsort_76 Integer Recommended They can be trusted; they're reliable and dependable. 1::9;-999 1 = Most undescriptive; 2 = Very undescriptive; 3 = Quite undescriptive; 4 = Somewhat undescriptive; 5 = Neither descriptive nor undescriptive; 6 = Somewhat descriptive; 7 = Quite descriptive; 8 = Very descriptive; 9 = Most descriptive; -999 = Missing
cl_qsort_77 Integer Recommended They feel unworthy; they have a low opinion of themselves. 1::9;-999 1 = Most undescriptive; 2 = Very undescriptive; 3 = Quite undescriptive; 4 = Somewhat undescriptive; 5 = Neither descriptive nor undescriptive; 6 = Somewhat descriptive; 7 = Quite descriptive; 8 = Very descriptive; 9 = Most descriptive; -999 = Missing
cl_qsort_78 Integer Recommended Their feelings get hurt easily if they are made fun of or criticized. 1::9;-999 1 = Most undescriptive; 2 = Very undescriptive; 3 = Quite undescriptive; 4 = Somewhat undescriptive; 5 = Neither descriptive nor undescriptive; 6 = Somewhat descriptive; 7 = Quite descriptive; 8 = Very descriptive; 9 = Most descriptive; -999 = Missing
cl_qsort_79 Integer Recommended They are suspicious -- they don't really trust other people. 1::9;-999 1 = Most undescriptive; 2 = Very undescriptive; 3 = Quite undescriptive; 4 = Somewhat undescriptive; 5 = Neither descriptive nor undescriptive; 6 = Somewhat descriptive; 7 = Quite descriptive; 8 = Very descriptive; 9 = Most descriptive; -999 = Missing
cl_qsort_80 Integer Recommended They tease and pick on other kids (including their own brothers and sisters). 1::9;-999 1 = Most undescriptive; 2 = Very undescriptive; 3 = Quite undescriptive; 4 = Somewhat undescriptive; 5 = Neither descriptive nor undescriptive; 6 = Somewhat descriptive; 7 = Quite descriptive; 8 = Very descriptive; 9 = Most descriptive; -999 = Missing
cl_qsort_81 Integer Recommended They can talk about unpleasant things that have happened to him. 1::9;-999 1 = Most undescriptive; 2 = Very undescriptive; 3 = Quite undescriptive; 4 = Somewhat undescriptive; 5 = Neither descriptive nor undescriptive; 6 = Somewhat descriptive; 7 = Quite descriptive; 8 = Very descriptive; 9 = Most descriptive; -999 = Missing
cl_qsort_82 Integer Recommended They speak up and stick up for themselves; they go after what they want 1::9;-999 1 = Most undescriptive; 2 = Very undescriptive; 3 = Quite undescriptive; 4 = Somewhat undescriptive; 5 = Neither descriptive nor undescriptive; 6 = Somewhat descriptive; 7 = Quite descriptive; 8 = Very descriptive; 9 = Most descriptive; -999 = Missing
cl_qsort_83 Integer Recommended They try to be independent and do things without the help of other people; they try not to rely on other people. 1::9;-999 1 = Most undescriptive; 2 = Very undescriptive; 3 = Quite undescriptive; 4 = Somewhat undescriptive; 5 = Neither descriptive nor undescriptive; 6 = Somewhat descriptive; 7 = Quite descriptive; 8 = Very descriptive; 9 = Most descriptive; -999 = Missing
cl_qsort_84 Integer Recommended They are a talkative child; they talk a lot. 1::9;-999 1 = Most undescriptive; 2 = Very undescriptive; 3 = Quite undescriptive; 4 = Somewhat undescriptive; 5 = Neither descriptive nor undescriptive; 6 = Somewhat descriptive; 7 = Quite descriptive; 8 = Very descriptive; 9 = Most descriptive; -999 = Missing
cl_qsort_85 Integer Recommended They are aggressive. For example, they pick fights or start arguments. 1::9;-999 1 = Most undescriptive; 2 = Very undescriptive; 3 = Quite undescriptive; 4 = Somewhat undescriptive; 5 = Neither descriptive nor undescriptive; 6 = Somewhat descriptive; 7 = Quite descriptive; 8 = Very descriptive; 9 = Most descriptive; -999 = Missing
cl_qsort_86 Integer Recommended They like to be by themselves; they enjoy doing things alone. 1::9;-999 1 = Most undescriptive; 2 = Very undescriptive; 3 = Quite undescriptive; 4 = Somewhat undescriptive; 5 = Neither descriptive nor undescriptive; 6 = Somewhat descriptive; 7 = Quite descriptive; 8 = Very descriptive; 9 = Most descriptive; -999 = Missing
cl_qsort_87 Integer Recommended They try to copy and act like the people they admire and look up to. 1::9;-999 1 = Most undescriptive; 2 = Very undescriptive; 3 = Quite undescriptive; 4 = Somewhat undescriptive; 5 = Neither descriptive nor undescriptive; 6 = Somewhat descriptive; 7 = Quite descriptive; 8 = Very descriptive; 9 = Most descriptive; -999 = Missing
cl_qsort_88 Integer Recommended They are self-confident and sure of themselves; they make up their own mind. 1::9;-999 1 = Most undescriptive; 2 = Very undescriptive; 3 = Quite undescriptive; 4 = Somewhat undescriptive; 5 = Neither descriptive nor undescriptive; 6 = Somewhat descriptive; 7 = Quite descriptive; 8 = Very descriptive; 9 = Most descriptive; -999 = Missing
cl_qsort_89 Integer Recommended They are able to do many things well; skillful. 1::9;-999 1 = Most undescriptive; 2 = Very undescriptive; 3 = Quite undescriptive; 4 = Somewhat undescriptive; 5 = Neither descriptive nor undescriptive; 6 = Somewhat descriptive; 7 = Quite descriptive; 8 = Very descriptive; 9 = Most descriptive; -999 = Missing
cl_qsort_90 Integer Recommended They are stubborn. 1::9;-999 1 = Most undescriptive; 2 = Very undescriptive; 3 = Quite undescriptive; 4 = Somewhat undescriptive; 5 = Neither descriptive nor undescriptive; 6 = Somewhat descriptive; 7 = Quite descriptive; 8 = Very descriptive; 9 = Most descriptive; -999 = Missing
cl_qsort_91 Integer Recommended Their emotions don't seem to fit the situation. 1::9;-999 1 = Most undescriptive; 2 = Very undescriptive; 3 = Quite undescriptive; 4 = Somewhat undescriptive; 5 = Neither descriptive nor undescriptive; 6 = Somewhat descriptive; 7 = Quite descriptive; 8 = Very descriptive; 9 = Most descriptive; -999 = Missing
cl_qsort_92 Integer Recommended They are attractive, good-looking. 1::9;-999 1 = Most undescriptive; 2 = Very undescriptive; 3 = Quite undescriptive; 4 = Somewhat undescriptive; 5 = Neither descriptive nor undescriptive; 6 = Somewhat descriptive; 7 = Quite descriptive; 8 = Very descriptive; 9 = Most descriptive; -999 = Missing
cl_qsort_93 Integer Recommended They're bossy and like to dominate other people. 1::9;-999 1 = Most undescriptive; 2 = Very undescriptive; 3 = Quite undescriptive; 4 = Somewhat undescriptive; 5 = Neither descriptive nor undescriptive; 6 = Somewhat descriptive; 7 = Quite descriptive; 8 = Very descriptive; 9 = Most descriptive; -999 = Missing
cl_qsort_94 Integer Recommended They whine or pout often. 1::9;-999 1 = Most undescriptive; 2 = Very undescriptive; 3 = Quite undescriptive; 4 = Somewhat undescriptive; 5 = Neither descriptive nor undescriptive; 6 = Somewhat descriptive; 7 = Quite descriptive; 8 = Very descriptive; 9 = Most descriptive; -999 = Missing
cl_qsort_95 Integer Recommended They let little problems get to them and they are easily upset; it doesn't take much to get them irritated or mad. 1::9;-999 1 = Most undescriptive; 2 = Very undescriptive; 3 = Quite undescriptive; 4 = Somewhat undescriptive; 5 = Neither descriptive nor undescriptive; 6 = Somewhat descriptive; 7 = Quite descriptive; 8 = Very descriptive; 9 = Most descriptive; -999 = Missing
cl_qsort_96 Integer Recommended They are creative in the way they look at things; the way they think, work or play is very creative. 1::9;-999 1 = Most undescriptive; 2 = Very undescriptive; 3 = Quite undescriptive; 4 = Somewhat undescriptive; 5 = Neither descriptive nor undescriptive; 6 = Somewhat descriptive; 7 = Quite descriptive; 8 = Very descriptive; 9 = Most descriptive; -999 = Missing
cl_qsort_97 Integer Recommended They like to dream up fantasies; they have a good imagination. 1::9;-999 1 = Most undescriptive; 2 = Very undescriptive; 3 = Quite undescriptive; 4 = Somewhat undescriptive; 5 = Neither descriptive nor undescriptive; 6 = Somewhat descriptive; 7 = Quite descriptive; 8 = Very descriptive; 9 = Most descriptive; -999 = Missing
cl_qsort_98 Integer Recommended They are shy; they have a hard time getting to know people. 1::9;-999 1 = Most undescriptive; 2 = Very undescriptive; 3 = Quite undescriptive; 4 = Somewhat undescriptive; 5 = Neither descriptive nor undescriptive; 6 = Somewhat descriptive; 7 = Quite descriptive; 8 = Very descriptive; 9 = Most descriptive; -999 = Missing
cl_qsort_99 Integer Recommended They think about their actions and behavior; they use their head before doing or saying something. 1::9;-999 1 = Most undescriptive; 2 = Very undescriptive; 3 = Quite undescriptive; 4 = Somewhat undescriptive; 5 = Neither descriptive nor undescriptive; 6 = Somewhat descriptive; 7 = Quite descriptive; 8 = Very descriptive; 9 = Most descriptive; -999 = Missing
cl_qsort_100 Integer Recommended Other kids often pick on them; they're also often blamed for things they didn't do 1::9;-999 1 = Most undescriptive; 2 = Very undescriptive; 3 = Quite undescriptive; 4 = Somewhat undescriptive; 5 = Neither descriptive nor undescriptive; 6 = Somewhat descriptive; 7 = Quite descriptive; 8 = Very descriptive; 9 = Most descriptive; -999 = Missing
cl_qsort_reacont_rs Integer Recommended Reactive control raw score
cl_qsort_resil_rs Integer Recommended Resilience raw score
cl_qsort_nege_rs Integer Recommended Negative emotionality raw score
cl_qsort_extr_rs Integer Recommended Extraversion raw score
cl_qsort_cons_rs Integer Recommended Conscientiousness raw score
cl_qsort_agre_rs Integer Recommended Agreeableness raw score
cl_qsort_neur_rs Integer Recommended Neuroticism raw score
cl_qsort_open_rs Integer Recommended Openness raw score
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