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Coping Strategies Inventory

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The purpose of this questionnaire is to find out the kinds of situations that trouble people in their day-to-day lives and how people deal with them. DOI:10.1007/BF01173478
Clinical Assessments
Coping
08/04/2022
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Query Element Name Data Type Size Required Description Value Range Notes Aliases
subjectkey GUID Required The NDAR Global Unique Identifier (GUID) for research subject NDAR*
src_subject_id String 20 Required Subject ID how it's defined in lab/project
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
cope_si_01 Integer Recommended I just concentrated on what I had to do next; the next step. 1 :: 5 1= Not At All; 2= A Little; 3= Somewhat; 4= Much; 5= Very Much
cope_si_02 Integer Recommended I tried to get a new angle on the situation. 1 :: 5 1= Not At All; 2= A Little; 3= Somewhat; 4= Much; 5= Very Much
cope_si_03 Integer Recommended I found ways to blow off steam. 1 :: 5 1= Not At All; 2= A Little; 3= Somewhat; 4= Much; 5= Very Much
cope_si_04 Integer Recommended I accepted sympathy and understanding from someone. 1 :: 5 1= Not At All; 2= A Little; 3= Somewhat; 4= Much; 5= Very Much
cope_si_05 Integer Recommended I slept more than usual. 1 :: 5 1= Not At All; 2= A Little; 3= Somewhat; 4= Much; 5= Very Much
cope_si_06 Integer Recommended I hoped the problem would take care of itself. 1 :: 5 1= Not At All; 2= A Little; 3= Somewhat; 4= Much; 5= Very Much
cope_si_07 Integer Recommended I told myself that if I wasn't so careless, things like this wouldn't happen. 1 :: 5 1= Not At All; 2= A Little; 3= Somewhat; 4= Much; 5= Very Much
cope_si_08 Integer Recommended I tried to keep my feelings to myself. 1 :: 5 1= Not At All; 2= A Little; 3= Somewhat; 4= Much; 5= Very Much
cope_si_09 Integer Recommended I changed something so that things would turn out all right. 1 :: 5 1= Not At All; 2= A Little; 3= Somewhat; 4= Much; 5= Very Much
cope_si_10_sf2 Integer Recommended I looked for the silver lining, so to speak; tried to look on the bright side of things. 1 :: 5 1= Not At All; 2= A Little; 3= Somewhat; 4= Much; 5= Very Much csi_short_02
cope_si_11 Integer Recommended I did some things to get it out of my system. 1 :: 5 1= Not At All; 2= A Little; 3= Somewhat; 4= Much; 5= Very Much
cope_si_12_sf4 Integer Recommended I found somebody who was a good listener. 1 :: 5 1= Not At All; 2= A Little; 3= Somewhat; 4= Much; 5= Very Much csi_short_04
cope_si_13_sf5 Integer Recommended I went along as if nothing were happening. 1 :: 5 1= Not At All; 2= A Little; 3= Somewhat; 4= Much; 5= Very Much csi_short_05
cope_si_14_sf6 Integer Recommended I hoped a miracle would happen. 1 :: 5 1= Not At All; 2= A Little; 3= Somewhat; 4= Much; 5= Very Much csi_short_06
cope_si_15 Integer Recommended I realized that I brought the problem on myself. 1 :: 5 1= Not At All; 2= A Little; 3= Somewhat; 4= Much; 5= Very Much
cope_si_16_sf8 Integer Recommended I spent more time alone. 1 :: 5 1= Not At All; 2= A Little; 3= Somewhat; 4= Much; 5= Very Much csi_short_08
cope_si_17 Integer Recommended I stood my ground and fought for what I wanted. 1 :: 5 1= Not At All; 2= A Little; 3= Somewhat; 4= Much; 5= Very Much
cope_si_18 Integer Recommended I told myself things that helped me feel better. 1 :: 5 1= Not At All; 2= A Little; 3= Somewhat; 4= Much; 5= Very Much
cope_si_19 Integer Recommended I let my emotions go. 1 :: 5 1= Not At All; 2= A Little; 3= Somewhat; 4= Much; 5= Very Much
cope_si_20_sf12 Integer Recommended I talked to someone about how I was feeling. 1 :: 5 1= Not At All; 2= A Little; 3= Somewhat; 4= Much; 5= Very Much csi_short_12
cope_si_21_sf13 Integer Recommended I tried to forget the whole thing. 1 :: 5 1= Not At All; 2= A Little; 3= Somewhat; 4= Much; 5= Very Much csi_short_13
cope_si_22 Integer Recommended I wished that I never let myself get involved with that situation. 1 :: 5 1= Not At All; 2= A Little; 3= Somewhat; 4= Much; 5= Very Much
cope_si_23_sf15 Integer Recommended I blamed myself. 1 :: 5 1= Not At All; 2= A Little; 3= Somewhat; 4= Much; 5= Very Much csi_short_15
cope_si_24_sf16 Integer Recommended I avoided my family and friends. 1 :: 5 1= Not At All; 2= A Little; 3= Somewhat; 4= Much; 5= Very Much csi_short_16
cope_si_25_sf9 Integer Recommended I made a plan of action and followed it. 1 :: 5 1= Not At All; 2= A Little; 3= Somewhat; 4= Much; 5= Very Much csi_short_09
cope_si_26_sf10 Integer Recommended I looked at things in a different light and tried to make the best of what was available. 1 :: 5 1= Not At All; 2= A Little; 3= Somewhat; 4= Much; 5= Very Much csi_short_10
cope_si_27_sf3 Integer Recommended I let out my feelings to reduce the stress. 1 :: 5 1= Not At All; 2= A Little; 3= Somewhat; 4= Much; 5= Very Much csi_short_03
cope_si_28 Integer Recommended I just spent more time with people I liked. 1 :: 5 1= Not At All; 2= A Little; 3= Somewhat; 4= Much; 5= Very Much
cope_si_29_sf21 Integer Recommended I didn't let it get to me; refused to think about it too much. 1 :: 5 1= Not At All; 2= A Little; 3= Somewhat; 4= Much; 5= Very Much csi_short_21
cope_si_30_sf14 Integer Recommended I wished that the situation would go away or somehow be over with. 1 :: 5 1= Not At All; 2= A Little; 3= Somewhat; 4= Much; 5= Very Much csi_short_14
cope_si_31_sf23 Integer Recommended I criticized myself for what happened. 1 :: 5 1= Not At All; 2= A Little; 3= Somewhat; 4= Much; 5= Very Much csi_short_23
cope_si_32_sf24 Integer Recommended I avoided being with people. 1 :: 5 1= Not At All; 2= A Little; 3= Somewhat; 4= Much; 5= Very Much csi_short_24
cope_si_33_sf17 Integer Recommended I tackled the problem head-on. 1 :: 5 1= Not At All; 2= A Little; 3= Somewhat; 4= Much; 5= Very Much csi_short_17
cope_si_34_sf18 Integer Recommended I asked myself what was really important, and discovered that things weren't so bad after all. 1 :: 5 1= Not At All; 2= A Little; 3= Somewhat; 4= Much; 5= Very Much csi_short_18
cope_si_35_sf11 Integer Recommended I let my feelings out somehow. 1 :: 5 1= Not At All; 2= A Little; 3= Somewhat; 4= Much; 5= Very Much csi_short_11
cope_si_36_sf20 Integer Recommended I talked to someone that I was very close to. 1 :: 5 1= Not At All; 2= A Little; 3= Somewhat; 4= Much; 5= Very Much csi_short_20
cope_si_37 Integer Recommended I decided that it was really someone else's problem and not mine. 1 :: 5 1= Not At All; 2= A Little; 3= Somewhat; 4= Much; 5= Very Much
cope_si_38_sf22 Integer Recommended I wished that the situation had never started. 1 :: 5 1= Not At All; 2= A Little; 3= Somewhat; 4= Much; 5= Very Much csi_short_22
cope_si_39_sf31 Integer Recommended Since what happened was my fault, I really chewed myself out. . 1 :: 5 1= Not At All; 2= A Little; 3= Somewhat; 4= Much; 5= Very Much csi_short_31
cope_si_40 Integer Recommended I didn't talk to other people about the problem. 1 :: 5 1= Not At All; 2= A Little; 3= Somewhat; 4= Much; 5= Very Much
cope_si_41_sf25 Integer Recommended I knew what had to be done, so I doubled my efforts and tried harder to make things work. 1 :: 5 1= Not At All; 2= A Little; 3= Somewhat; 4= Much; 5= Very Much csi_short_25
cope_si_42_sf26 Integer Recommended I convinced myself that things aren't quite as bad as they seem. 1 :: 5 1= Not At All; 2= A Little; 3= Somewhat; 4= Much; 5= Very Much csi_short_26
cope_si_43_sf19 Integer Recommended I let my emotions out. 1 :: 5 1= Not At All; 2= A Little; 3= Somewhat; 4= Much; 5= Very Much csi_short_19
cope_si_44 Integer Recommended I let my friends help out. 1 :: 5 1= Not At All; 2= A Little; 3= Somewhat; 4= Much; 5= Very Much
cope_si_45 Integer Recommended I avoided the person who was causing the trouble. 1 :: 5 1= Not At All; 2= A Little; 3= Somewhat; 4= Much; 5= Very Much
cope_si_46 Integer Recommended I had fantasies or wishes about how things might turn out. 1 :: 5 1= Not At All; 2= A Little; 3= Somewhat; 4= Much; 5= Very Much
cope_si_47_sf7 Integer Recommended I realized that I was personally responsible for my difficulties and really lectured myself. 1 :: 5 1= Not At All; 2= A Little; 3= Somewhat; 4= Much; 5= Very Much csi_short_07
cope_si_48_sf32 Integer Recommended I spent some time by myself. 1 :: 5 1= Not At All; 2= A Little; 3= Somewhat; 4= Much; 5= Very Much csi_short_32
cope_si_49 Integer Recommended It was a tricky problem, so had to work around the edges to make things come out OK. 1 :: 5 1= Not At All; 2= A Little; 3= Somewhat; 4= Much; 5= Very Much
cope_si_50 Integer Recommended I stepped back from the situation and put things into perspective. 1 :: 5 1= Not At All; 2= A Little; 3= Somewhat; 4= Much; 5= Very Much
cope_si_51 Integer Recommended My feelings were overwhelming, and they just exploded. 1 :: 5 1= Not At All; 2= A Little; 3= Somewhat; 4= Much; 5= Very Much
cope_si_52_sf28 Integer Recommended I asked a friend or relative I respect for advice. 1 :: 5 1= Not At All; 2= A Little; 3= Somewhat; 4= Much; 5= Very Much csi_short_28
cope_si_53 Integer Recommended I made light of the situation and refused to get too serious about it. 1 :: 5 1= Not At All; 2= A Little; 3= Somewhat; 4= Much; 5= Very Much
cope_si_54_sf30 Integer Recommended I hoped that if I waited long enough, things would turn out OK. 1 :: 5 1= Not At All; 2= A Little; 3= Somewhat; 4= Much; 5= Very Much csi_short_30
cope_si_55 Integer Recommended I kicked myself for letting this happen. 1 :: 5 1= Not At All; 2= A Little; 3= Somewhat; 4= Much; 5= Very Much
cope_si_56 Integer Recommended I kept my thoughts and feelings to myself. 1 :: 5 1= Not At All; 2= A Little; 3= Somewhat; 4= Much; 5= Very Much
cope_si_57_sf1 Integer Recommended I worked on solving the problems in the situation. 1 :: 5 1= Not At All; 2= A Little; 3= Somewhat; 4= Much; 5= Very Much csi_short_01
cope_si_58 Integer Recommended I reorganized the way I looked at the situation, so things didn't look so bad. 1 :: 5 1= Not At All; 2= A Little; 3= Somewhat; 4= Much; 5= Very Much
cope_si_59_sf27 Integer Recommended I got in touch with my feelings and just let them go. 1 :: 5 1= Not At All; 2= A Little; 3= Somewhat; 4= Much; 5= Very Much csi_short_27
cope_si_6_sf29 Integer Recommended I avoided thinking or doing anything about the situation. 1 :: 5 1= Not At All; 2= A Little; 3= Somewhat; 4= Much; 5= Very Much csi_short_29
cope_si_60 Integer Recommended I spent some time with my friends. 1 :: 5 1= Not At All; 2= A Little; 3= Somewhat; 4= Much; 5= Very Much
cope_si_61 Integer Recommended Every time I thought about it I got upset; so I just stopped thinking about it. 1 :: 5 1= Not At All; 2= A Little; 3= Somewhat; 4= Much; 5= Very Much
cope_si_62 Integer Recommended I wished I could have changed what happened. 1 :: 5 1= Not At All; 2= A Little; 3= Somewhat; 4= Much; 5= Very Much
cope_si_63 Integer Recommended It was my mistake and I needed to suffer the consequences. 1 :: 5 1= Not At All; 2= A Little; 3= Somewhat; 4= Much; 5= Very Much
cope_si_64 Integer Recommended I didn't let my family and friends know what was going on. 1 :: 5 1= Not At All; 2= A Little; 3= Somewhat; 4= Much; 5= Very Much
cope_si_65 Integer Recommended I struggled to resolve the problem. 1 :: 5 1= Not At All; 2= A Little; 3= Somewhat; 4= Much; 5= Very Much
cope_si_66 Integer Recommended I went over the problem again and again in my mind and finally saw things in a different light. 1 :: 5 1= Not At All; 2= A Little; 3= Somewhat; 4= Much; 5= Very Much
cope_si_67 Integer Recommended I was angry and really blew up. 1 :: 5 1= Not At All; 2= A Little; 3= Somewhat; 4= Much; 5= Very Much
cope_si_68 Integer Recommended I talked to someone who was in a similar situation. 1 :: 5 1= Not At All; 2= A Little; 3= Somewhat; 4= Much; 5= Very Much
cope_si_70 Integer Recommended I thought about fantastic or unreal things that made me feel better. 1 :: 5 1= Not At All; 2= A Little; 3= Somewhat; 4= Much; 5= Very Much
cope_si_71 Integer Recommended I told myself how stupid I was. 1 :: 5 1= Not At All; 2= A Little; 3= Somewhat; 4= Much; 5= Very Much
cope_si_72 Integer Recommended I did not let others know how I was feeling. 1 :: 5 1= Not At All; 2= A Little; 3= Somewhat; 4= Much; 5= Very Much
prime_sub_long01 Float Recommended (Long Form) Primary Subscale Score: Problem Solving (Long Form) Sum of (1,9,17,25,33,41,49,57,65)
prime_sub_long02 Float Recommended (Long Form) Primary Subscale Score: Cognitive Restructuring (Long Form) Sum of (2,10,18,26,34,42,50,58,66)
prime_sub_long03 Float Recommended (Long Form) Primary Subscale Score: Express Emotions (Long Form) Sum of (3,11,19,27,35,43,51,59,67)
prime_sub_long04 Float Recommended (Long Form) Primary Subscale Score: Social Support (Long Form) Sum of (4,12,20,28,36,44,52,60,68)
prime_sub_long05 Float Recommended (Long Form) Primary Subscale Score: Problem Avoidance (Long Form) Sum of (5,13,21,29,37,45,53,61,69)
prime_sub_long06 Float Recommended (Long Form) Primary Subscale Score: Wishful Thinking (Long Form) Sum of (6,14,22,30,38,46,54,62,70)
prime_sub_long07 Float Recommended (Long Form) Primary Subscale Score: Self Criticism (Long Form) Sum of (7,15,23,31,39,47,55,63,71)
prime_sub_long08 Float Recommended (Long Form) Primary Subscale Score: Social Withdrawal (Long Form) Sum of (8,16,24,32,40,48,56,64,72)
second_sub_long01 Float Recommended (Long Form) Secondary Subscale Score: Problem Focused Engagement (Long Form) Sum of (Problem Solving) and (Cognitive Restructuring) Scores
second_sub_long02 Float Recommended (Long Form) Secondary Subscale Score: Emotion Focused Engagement (Long Form) Sum of (Express Emotions) and (Social Support) Scores
second_sub_long03 Float Recommended (Long Form) Secondary Subscale Score: Problem Focused Disengagement (Long Form) Sum of (Problem Avoidance) and (Wishful Thinking) Scores
second_sub_long04 Float Recommended (Long Form) Secondary Subscale Score: Emotion Focused Disengagement (Long Form) Sum of (Social Withdrawal) and (Self Criticism) Scores
tertiary_sub_long01 Float Recommended (Long Form) Tertiary Subscale Score: Engagement (Long Form) Sum of (Problem Focused Engagement) and (Emotion Focused Engagement) Scores
tertiary_sub_long02 Float Recommended (Long Form) Tertiary Subscale Score: Disengagement (Long Form) Sum of (Problem Focused Disengagement) and (Emotion Focused Disengagement) Scores
prime_sub_short01 Float Recommended (Short Form) Primary Subscale Score: Problem Solving (Short Form) Sum of (1,9,17,25)
prime_sub_short02 Float Recommended (Short Form) Primary Subscale Score: Cognitive Restructuring (Short Form) Sum of (2,10,18,26)
prime_sub_short03 Float Recommended (Short Form) Primary Subscale Score: Express Emotions (Short Form) Sum of (3,11,19,27)
prime_sub_short04 Float Recommended (Short Form) Primary Subscale Score: Social Support (Short Form) Sum of (4,12,20,28)
prime_sub_short05 Float Recommended (Short Form) Primary Subscale Score: Problem Avoidance (Short Form) Sum of (5,13,21,29)
prime_sub_short06 Float Recommended (Short Form) Primary Subscale Score: Wishful Thinking (Short Form) Sum of (6,14,22,30)
prime_sub_short07 Float Recommended (Short Form) Primary Subscale Score: Self Criticism (Short Form) Sum of (7,15,23,31)
prime_sub_short08 Float Recommended (Short Form) Primary Subscale Score: Social Withdrawal (Short Form) Sum of (8,16,24,32)
second_sub_short01 Float Recommended (Short Form) Secondary Subscale Score: Problem Focused Engagement (Short Form) Sum of (Problem Solving) and (Cognitive Restructuring) Scores
second_sub_short02 Float Recommended (Short Form) Secondary Subscale Score: Emotion Focused Engagement (Short Form) Sum of (Express Emotions) and (Social Support) Scores
second_sub_short03 Float Recommended (Short Form) Secondary Subscale Score: Problem Focused Disengagement (Short Form) Sum of (Problem Avoidance) and (Wishful Thinking) Scores
second_sub_short04 Float Recommended (Short Form) Secondary Subscale Score: Emotion Focused Disengagement (Short Form) Sum of (Social Withdrawal) and (Self Criticism) Scores
tertiary_sub_short01 Float Recommended (Short Form) Tertiary Subscale Score: Engagement (Short Form) Sum of (Problem Focused Engagement) and (Emotion Focused Engagement) Scores
tertiary_sub_short02 Float Recommended (Short Form) Tertiary Subscale Score: Disengagement (Short Form) Sum of (Problem Focused Disengagement) and (Emotion Focused Disengagement) Scores
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