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Element NameData TypeSizeRequiredDescriptionValue RangeNotesAliases
subjectkeyGUIDRecommendedThe NDAR Global Unique Identifier (GUID) for research subjectNDAR*guid
src_subject_idString20RecommendedSubject ID how it's defined in lab/project
interview_ageIntegerRecommendedAge 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.
interview_dateDateRecommendedDate on which the interview/genetic test/sampling/imaging/biospecimen was completed. MM/DD/YYYYRequired field
sexString20RecommendedSex of the subjectM;FM = Male; F = Femalegender
socialize_others_sIntegerRecommendedApart from members of your family, do you socialize with others?1;2;3;4;5;61= Never; 2= Rarely; 3= Sometimes; 4= Often; 5= Always; 6= Prefer not to answer
social_interest_sIntegerRecommendedDo you have any interest in social relationships with people outside the family?1;2;3;4;5;61= Never; 2= Rarely; 3= Sometimes; 4= Often; 5= Always; 6= Prefer not to answer
social_opposite_sex_sIntegerRecommendedApart from members of your family, do you socialize with members of the opposite sex?1;2;3;4;5;6;71= Never; 2= Rarely; 3= Sometimes; 4= Often; 5= Always; 6= Prefer not to answer; 7= N/A
social_interest_opposite_sex_sIntegerRecommendedAre you interested in social relationships with members of the opposite sex?1;2;3;4;5;6;71= Never; 2= Rarely; 3= Sometimes; 4= Often; 5= Always; 6= Prefer not to answer; 7= N/A
initiate_relationships_sIntegerRecommendedDo you know how to initiate social relationships (e.g., friendship, work colleague)?1;2;3;4;5;61= Never; 2= Rarely; 3= Sometimes; 4= Often; 5= Always; 6= Prefer not to answer
social_relationships_sIntegerRecommendedDo you have meaningful social relationships (e.g., close friends)?1;2;3;4;51= None; 2= 1; 3= 2 to 3; 4= More than 3; 5= No Response
learn_initiation_s1IntegerRecommendedHow did you learn to initiate social relationships? (please mark all that apply) 1= From parents0; 10= No; 1=Yes
learn_initiation_s2IntegerRecommendedHow did you learn to initiate social relationships? (please mark all that apply) 2= By social observation0; 10= No; 1=Yes
learn_initiation_s3IntegerRecommendedHow did you learn to initiate social relationships? (please mark all that apply) 3= From formal sex education0; 10= No; 1=Yes
learn_initiation_s4IntegerRecommendedHow did you learn to initiate social relationships? (please mark all that apply) 4= From peers and friends0; 10= No; 1=Yes
learn_initiation_s5IntegerRecommendedHow did you learn to initiate social relationships? (please mark all that apply) 5= from siblings0; 10= No; 1=Yes
learn_initiation_s6IntegerRecommendedHow did you learn to initiate social relationships? (please mark all that apply) 6= From the media (e.g.= TV= movies= magazines= ect.)0; 10= No; 1=Yes
learn_initiation_s7IntegerRecommendedHow did you learn to initiate social relationships? (please mark all that apply) 7= Other0; 10= No; 1=Yes
learn_initiation_s8IntegerRecommendedHow did you learn to initiate social relationships? (please mark all that apply) 8= Prefer not to answer0; 10= No; 1=Yes
sexual_knowledge_sIntegerRecommendedDo you have any knowledge about sexually related behavior?0;1;20= No; 1= Yes; 2= No Response
relationship_awareness_sIntegerRecommendedAre you aware of the different kinds of intimate/romantic relationships (e.g., dating, marriage, ect.)?0;1;20= No; 1= Yes; 2= No Response
desire_relationships_sIntegerRecommendedDo you desire to have an intimate/romantic relationship?0;1;20= No; 1= Yes; 2= No Response
ini_int_rel_sIntegerRecommendedDo you know how to initiate intimate or romantic relationships (e.g., ask for a date, resume a relationship)?0;1;20= No; 1= Yes; 2= No Responseinitiation_intimate_relationships_s
pursue_relationship_sIntegerRecommendedHave you ever attempted to pursue a romantic interest?0;1;20= No; 1= Yes; 2= No Response
current_relationship_sIntegerRecommendedAre you currently in an intimate relationship?0;1;20= No; 1= Yes; 2= No Response
num_relationships_sIntegerRecommendedHow many intimate or romantic relationships have you had?1;2;3;4;51= None; 2= 1; 3= 2 to 3; 4= More than 3; 5= No Response
avg_relationship_length_sIntegerRecommendedHow long have you maintained an intimate or romantic relationship (on average)?1;2;3;4;5;6;71= Less than 1 month; 2= 1-6 months; 3= 6-12 months; 4= 1-2 years; 5= More than 2 years; 6= Prefer not to answer; 7= N/A
learn_initiation_romantic_s1IntegerRecommendedHow did you learn how to initiate romantic relationships? (mark all that apply) 1= From parents0;1;20= No; 1= Yes; 2= No Response
learn_initiation_romantic_s2IntegerRecommendedHow did you learn how to initiate romantic relationships? (mark all that apply) 2= By social observation0;1;20= No; 1= Yes; 2= No Response
learn_initiation_romantic_s3IntegerRecommendedHow did you learn how to initiate romantic relationships? (mark all that apply) 3= From formal sex education0;1;20= No; 1= Yes; 2= No Response
learn_initiation_romantic_s4IntegerRecommendedHow did you learn how to initiate romantic relationships? (mark all that apply) 4= From peers and friends0;1;20= No; 1= Yes; 2= No Response
learn_initiation_romantic_s5IntegerRecommendedHow did you learn how to initiate romantic relationships? (mark all that apply) 5= From siblings0;1;20= No; 1= Yes; 2= No Response
learn_initiation_romantic_s6IntegerRecommendedHow did you learn how to initiate romantic relationships? (mark all that apply) 6= From the media (e.g.= TV= movies= magazines= etc.)0;1;20= No; 1= Yes; 2= No Response
learn_initiation_romantic_s7IntegerRecommendedHow did you learn how to initiate romantic relationships? (mark all that apply) 7= Other0;1;20= No; 1= Yes; 2= No Response
learn_initiation_romantic_s8IntegerRecommendedHow did you learn how to initiate romantic relationships? (mark all that apply) 8= Don't know0;1;20= No; 1= Yes; 2= No Response
learn_initiation_romantic_s9IntegerRecommendedHow did you learn how to initiate romantic relationships? (mark all that apply) 9= Prefer not to answer0;1;20= No; 1= Yes; 2= No Response
romantic_interest_s1IntegerRecommendedWhen you pursue a romantic interest, is that person usually: 1= A stranger0; 10= No; 1=Yes
romantic_interest_s2IntegerRecommendedWhen you pursue a romantic interest, is that person usually: 2= A work colleague0; 10= No; 1=Yes
romantic_interest_s3IntegerRecommendedWhen you pursue a romantic interest, is that person usually: 3= A celebrity0; 10= No; 1=Yes
romantic_interest_s4IntegerRecommendedWhen you pursue a romantic interest, is that person usually: 4= An acquaintance0; 10= No; 1=Yes
romantic_interest_s5IntegerRecommendedWhen you pursue a romantic interest, is that person usually: 5= A friend0; 10= No; 1=Yes
romantic_interest_s6IntegerRecommendedWhen you pursue a romantic interest, is that person usually: 6= An ex-boyfriend or ex-girlfriend0; 10= No; 1=Yes
romantic_interest_s7IntegerRecommendedWhen you pursue a romantic interest, is that person usually: 7= Other0; 10= No; 1=Yes
romantic_interest_s8IntegerRecommendedWhen you pursue a romantic interest, is that person usually: 8= Don't know0; 10= No; 1=Yes
romantic_interest_s9IntegerRecommendedWhen you pursue a romantic interest, is that person usually: 9= Prefer not to answer0; 10= No; 1=Yes
romantic_interest_s10IntegerRecommendedWhen you pursue a romantic interest, is that person usually: 10= N/A0; 10= No; 1=Yes
appropriateness_sIntegerRecommendedDo you have difficulty understanding what is and is not appropriate (e.g., persistently calling someone of romantic interest even after that person asked them not to)?0;1;20= No; 1= Yes; 2= No Response
appr_difundString100RecommendedIf yes, what is difficult for your child to understand?
pursue_no_response_sIntegerRecommendedThere was no response from person1;2;3;4;5;61= Never; 2= Few days; 3= Few weeks; 4= Few Months; 5= Prefer not to answer; 6= N/A
pursue_negative_response_sIntegerRecommendedThere was a negative response from person1;2;3;4;5;61= Never; 2= Few days; 3= Few weeks; 4= Few Months; 5= Prefer not to answer; 6= N/A
pur_neg_fam_res_sIntegerRecommendedThere was a negative response from person's friends or family1;2;3;4;5;61= Never; 2= Few days; 3= Few weeks; 4= Few Months; 5= Prefer not to answer; 6= N/Apursue_negative_family_response_s
pursue_criminal_justice_sIntegerRecommendedThere was involvement of criminal justice system1;2;3;4;5;61= Never; 2= Few days; 3= Few weeks; 4= Few Months; 5= Prefer not to answer; 6= N/A
prm_who1IntegerRecommendedIf your child has attempted to pursue a romantic interest, has your child engaged in any of the following behaviours toward strangers, colleagues, acquaintances, friends, celebrities, or expartners: Telephoned them1::71= Stranger; 2= Colleague; 3=Acquaintance; 4= Friend; 5= Celebrity; 6= Ex; 7= No Response
prm_who2IntegerRecommendedIf your child has attempted to pursue a romantic interest, has your child engaged in any of the following behaviours toward strangers, colleagues, acquaintances, friends, celebrities, or expartners: Sent letters or email1::71= Stranger; 2= Colleague; 3=Acquaintance; 4= Friend; 5= Celebrity; 6= Ex; 7= No Response
prm_who3IntegerRecommendedIf your child has attempted to pursue a romantic interest, has your child engaged in any of the following behaviours toward strangers, colleagues, acquaintances, friends, celebrities, or expartners: Sent gifts1::71= Stranger; 2= Colleague; 3=Acquaintance; 4= Friend; 5= Celebrity; 6= Ex; 7= No Response
prm_who4IntegerRecommendedIf your child has attempted to pursue a romantic interest, has your child engaged in any of the following behaviours toward strangers, colleagues, acquaintances, friends, celebrities, or expartners: Waited for them outside home or work1::71= Stranger; 2= Colleague; 3=Acquaintance; 4= Friend; 5= Celebrity; 6= Ex; 7= No Response
prm_who5IntegerRecommendedIf your child has attempted to pursue a romantic interest, has your child engaged in any of the following behaviours toward strangers, colleagues, acquaintances, friends, celebrities, or expartners: Followed them home or to work1::71= Stranger; 2= Colleague; 3=Acquaintance; 4= Friend; 5= Celebrity; 6= Ex; 7= No Response
prm_who6IntegerRecommendedIf your child has attempted to pursue a romantic interest, has your child engaged in any of the following behaviours toward strangers, colleagues, acquaintances, friends, celebrities, or expartners: Monitored their activities1::71= Stranger; 2= Colleague; 3=Acquaintance; 4= Friend; 5= Celebrity; 6= Ex; 7= No Response
prm_who7IntegerRecommendedIf your child has attempted to pursue a romantic interest, has your child engaged in any of the following behaviours toward strangers, colleagues, acquaintances, friends, celebrities, or expartners: Attempted to initiate social contact with the person of interest1::71= Stranger; 2= Colleague; 3=Acquaintance; 4= Friend; 5= Celebrity; 6= Ex; 7= No Response
prm_who8IntegerRecommendedIf your child has attempted to pursue a romantic interest, has your child engaged in any of the following behaviours toward strangers, colleagues, acquaintances, friends, celebrities, or expartners: Asked the person of interest out on a date1::71= Stranger; 2= Colleague; 3=Acquaintance; 4= Friend; 5= Celebrity; 6= Ex; 7= No Response
prm_who9IntegerRecommendedIf your child has attempted to pursue a romantic interest, has your child engaged in any of the following behaviours toward strangers, colleagues, acquaintances, friends, celebrities, or expartners: Shown exaggerated affection1::71= Stranger; 2= Colleague; 3=Acquaintance; 4= Friend; 5= Celebrity; 6= Ex; 7= No Response
prm_who10IntegerRecommendedIf your child has attempted to pursue a romantic interest, has your child engaged in any of the following behaviours toward strangers, colleagues, acquaintances, friends, celebrities, or expartners: Fantasised about them1::71= Stranger; 2= Colleague; 3=Acquaintance; 4= Friend; 5= Celebrity; 6= Ex; 7= No Response
prm_who11IntegerRecommendedIf your child has attempted to pursue a romantic interest, has your child engaged in any of the following behaviours toward strangers, colleagues, acquaintances, friends, celebrities, or expartners: Shown obsessional interest1::71= Stranger; 2= Colleague; 3=Acquaintance; 4= Friend; 5= Celebrity; 6= Ex; 7= No Response
prm_who12IntegerRecommendedIf your child has attempted to pursue a romantic interest, has your child engaged in any of the following behaviours toward strangers, colleagues, acquaintances, friends, celebrities, or expartners: Displayed a strong belief that the person of interest must reciprocate their feelings1::71= Stranger; 2= Colleague; 3=Acquaintance; 4= Friend; 5= Celebrity; 6= Ex; 7= No Response
prm_who13IntegerRecommendedIf your child has attempted to pursue a romantic interest, has your child engaged in any of the following behaviours toward strangers, colleagues, acquaintances, friends, celebrities, or expartners: Made contact with the person's friends or family1::71= Stranger; 2= Colleague; 3=Acquaintance; 4= Friend; 5= Celebrity; 6= Ex; 7= No Response
prm_who14IntegerRecommendedIf your child has attempted to pursue a romantic interest, has your child engaged in any of the following behaviours toward strangers, colleagues, acquaintances, friends, celebrities, or expartners: Made inappropriate gestures1::71= Stranger; 2= Colleague; 3=Acquaintance; 4= Friend; 5= Celebrity; 6= Ex; 7= No Response
prm_who15IntegerRecommendedIf your child has attempted to pursue a romantic interest, has your child engaged in any of the following behaviours toward strangers, colleagues, acquaintances, friends, celebrities, or expartners: Made inappropriate comments1::71= Stranger; 2= Colleague; 3=Acquaintance; 4= Friend; 5= Celebrity; 6= Ex; 7= No Response
prm_who16IntegerRecommendedIf your child has attempted to pursue a romantic interest, has your child engaged in any of the following behaviours toward strangers, colleagues, acquaintances, friends, celebrities, or expartners: Touched inappropriately (e.g. Try to kiss or fondle)1::71= Stranger; 2= Colleague; 3=Acquaintance; 4= Friend; 5= Celebrity; 6= Ex; 7= No Response
prm_who17IntegerRecommendedIf your child has attempted to pursue a romantic interest, has your child engaged in any of the following behaviours toward strangers, colleagues, acquaintances, friends, celebrities, or expartners: Stolen or damaged their property1::71= Stranger; 2= Colleague; 3=Acquaintance; 4= Friend; 5= Celebrity; 6= Ex; 7= No Response
prm_who18IntegerRecommendedIf your child has attempted to pursue a romantic interest, has your child engaged in any of the following behaviours toward strangers, colleagues, acquaintances, friends, celebrities, or expartners: Made threats1::71= Stranger; 2= Colleague; 3=Acquaintance; 4= Friend; 5= Celebrity; 6= Ex; 7= No Response
prm_who19IntegerRecommendedIf your child has attempted to pursue a romantic interest, has your child engaged in any of the following behaviours toward strangers, colleagues, acquaintances, friends, celebrities, or expartners: Threatened to hurt self1::71= Stranger; 2= Colleague; 3=Acquaintance; 4= Friend; 5= Celebrity; 6= Ex; 7= No Response
prm_who20IntegerRecommendedIf your child has attempted to pursue a romantic interest, has your child engaged in any of the following behaviours toward strangers, colleagues, acquaintances, friends, celebrities, or expartners: Ever persistently pursued a person in a way that could be perceived as threatening1::71= Stranger; 2= Colleague; 3=Acquaintance; 4= Friend; 5= Celebrity; 6= Ex; 7= No Response
prm_who21IntegerRecommendedIf your child has attempted to pursue a romantic interest, has your child engaged in any of the following behaviours toward strangers, colleagues, acquaintances, friends, celebrities, or expartners: Other more serious behaviours1::71= Stranger; 2= Colleague; 3=Acquaintance; 4= Friend; 5= Celebrity; 6= Ex; 7= No Response
prm_who22String500RecommendedIf your child has attempted to pursue a romantic interest, has your child engaged in any of the following behaviours toward strangers, colleagues, acquaintances, friends, celebrities, or expartners: If other, please detail
prm_freq1IntegerRecommendedIf your child has attempted to pursue a romantic interest, has your child engaged in any of the following behaviours toward strangers, colleagues, acquaintances, friends, celebrities, or expartners: Telephoned them1::61= Never; 2= Rarely; 3= Sometimes; 4= Often; 5= Always; 6= No Response
prm_freq2IntegerRecommendedIf your child has attempted to pursue a romantic interest, has your child engaged in any of the following behaviours toward strangers, colleagues, acquaintances, friends, celebrities, or expartners: Sent letters or email1::61= Never; 2= Rarely; 3= Sometimes; 4= Often; 5= Always; 6= No Response
prm_freq3IntegerRecommendedIf your child has attempted to pursue a romantic interest, has your child engaged in any of the following behaviours toward strangers, colleagues, acquaintances, friends, celebrities, or expartners: Sent gifts1::61= Never; 2= Rarely; 3= Sometimes; 4= Often; 5= Always; 6= No Response
prm_freq4IntegerRecommendedIf your child has attempted to pursue a romantic interest, has your child engaged in any of the following behaviours toward strangers, colleagues, acquaintances, friends, celebrities, or expartners: Waited for them outside home or work1::61= Never; 2= Rarely; 3= Sometimes; 4= Often; 5= Always; 6= No Response
prm_freq5IntegerRecommendedIf your child has attempted to pursue a romantic interest, has your child engaged in any of the following behaviours toward strangers, colleagues, acquaintances, friends, celebrities, or expartners: Followed them home or to work1::61= Never; 2= Rarely; 3= Sometimes; 4= Often; 5= Always; 6= No Response
prm_freq6IntegerRecommendedIf your child has attempted to pursue a romantic interest, has your child engaged in any of the following behaviours toward strangers, colleagues, acquaintances, friends, celebrities, or expartners: Monitored their activities1::61= Never; 2= Rarely; 3= Sometimes; 4= Often; 5= Always; 6= No Response
prm_freq7IntegerRecommendedIf your child has attempted to pursue a romantic interest, has your child engaged in any of the following behaviours toward strangers, colleagues, acquaintances, friends, celebrities, or expartners: Attempted to initiate social contact with the person of interest1::61= Never; 2= Rarely; 3= Sometimes; 4= Often; 5= Always; 6= No Response
prm_freq8IntegerRecommendedIf your child has attempted to pursue a romantic interest, has your child engaged in any of the following behaviours toward strangers, colleagues, acquaintances, friends, celebrities, or expartners: Asked the person of interest out on a date1::61= Never; 2= Rarely; 3= Sometimes; 4= Often; 5= Always; 6= No Response
prm_freq9IntegerRecommendedIf your child has attempted to pursue a romantic interest, has your child engaged in any of the following behaviours toward strangers, colleagues, acquaintances, friends, celebrities, or expartners: Shown exaggerated affection1::61= Never; 2= Rarely; 3= Sometimes; 4= Often; 5= Always; 6= No Response
prm_freq10IntegerRecommendedIf your child has attempted to pursue a romantic interest, has your child engaged in any of the following behaviours toward strangers, colleagues, acquaintances, friends, celebrities, or expartners: Fantasised about them1::61= Never; 2= Rarely; 3= Sometimes; 4= Often; 5= Always; 6= No Response
prm_freq11IntegerRecommendedIf your child has attempted to pursue a romantic interest, has your child engaged in any of the following behaviours toward strangers, colleagues, acquaintances, friends, celebrities, or expartners: Shown obsessional interest1::61= Never; 2= Rarely; 3= Sometimes; 4= Often; 5= Always; 6= No Response
prm_freq12IntegerRecommendedIf your child has attempted to pursue a romantic interest, has your child engaged in any of the following behaviours toward strangers, colleagues, acquaintances, friends, celebrities, or expartners: Displayed a strong belief that the person of interest must reciprocate their feelings1::61= Never; 2= Rarely; 3= Sometimes; 4= Often; 5= Always; 6= No Response
prm_freq13IntegerRecommendedIf your child has attempted to pursue a romantic interest, has your child engaged in any of the following behaviours toward strangers, colleagues, acquaintances, friends, celebrities, or expartners: Made contact with the person's friends or family1::61= Never; 2= Rarely; 3= Sometimes; 4= Often; 5= Always; 6= No Response
prm_freq14IntegerRecommendedIf your child has attempted to pursue a romantic interest, has your child engaged in any of the following behaviours toward strangers, colleagues, acquaintances, friends, celebrities, or expartners: Made inappropriate gestures1::61= Never; 2= Rarely; 3= Sometimes; 4= Often; 5= Always; 6= No Response
prm_freq15IntegerRecommendedIf your child has attempted to pursue a romantic interest, has your child engaged in any of the following behaviours toward strangers, colleagues, acquaintances, friends, celebrities, or expartners: Made inappropriate comments1::61= Never; 2= Rarely; 3= Sometimes; 4= Often; 5= Always; 6= No Response
prm_freq16IntegerRecommendedIf your child has attempted to pursue a romantic interest, has your child engaged in any of the following behaviours toward strangers, colleagues, acquaintances, friends, celebrities, or expartners: Touched inappropriately (e.g. Try to kiss or fondle)1::61= Never; 2= Rarely; 3= Sometimes; 4= Often; 5= Always; 6= No Response
prm_freq17IntegerRecommendedIf your child has attempted to pursue a romantic interest, has your child engaged in any of the following behaviours toward strangers, colleagues, acquaintances, friends, celebrities, or expartners: Stolen or damaged their property1::61= Never; 2= Rarely; 3= Sometimes; 4= Often; 5= Always; 6= No Response
prm_freq18IntegerRecommendedIf your child has attempted to pursue a romantic interest, has your child engaged in any of the following behaviours toward strangers, colleagues, acquaintances, friends, celebrities, or expartners: Made threats1::61= Never; 2= Rarely; 3= Sometimes; 4= Often; 5= Always; 6= No Response
prm_freq19IntegerRecommendedIf your child has attempted to pursue a romantic interest, has your child engaged in any of the following behaviours toward strangers, colleagues, acquaintances, friends, celebrities, or expartners: Threatened to hurt self1::61= Never; 2= Rarely; 3= Sometimes; 4= Often; 5= Always; 6= No Response
prm_freq20IntegerRecommendedIf your child has attempted to pursue a romantic interest, has your child engaged in any of the following behaviours toward strangers, colleagues, acquaintances, friends, celebrities, or expartners: Ever persistently pursued a person in a way that could be perceived as threatening1::61= Never; 2= Rarely; 3= Sometimes; 4= Often; 5= Always; 6= No Response
prm_freq21IntegerRecommendedIf your child has attempted to pursue a romantic interest, has your child engaged in any of the following behaviours toward strangers, colleagues, acquaintances, friends, celebrities, or expartners: Other more serious behaviours1::61= Never; 2= Rarely; 3= Sometimes; 4= Often; 5= Always; 6= No Response
prm_freq22String500RecommendedIf your child has attempted to pursue a romantic interest, has your child engaged in any of the following behaviours toward strangers, colleagues, acquaintances, friends, celebrities, or expartners: If other, please detail
ref_romint_ynIntegerRecommendedIf yes, are you aware of any requests to your child asking them to refrain from any behaviour directed toward target of romantic interest?0; 10= No; 1= Yes
ref_romint_whoIntegerRecommendedIf yes, are you aware of any requests to your child asking them to refrain from any behaviour directed toward target of romantic interest? If yes, from who?1::61= The person they are or were interested in; 2= A family member of the person they are or were interested in; 3= A teacher or school principal; 4= Their employer; 5= The police; 6= Other
ref_romint_wspString500RecommendedIf yes, are you aware of any requests to your child asking them to refrain from any behaviour directed toward target of romantic interest? If yes, from who? Other, please specify
leg_outIntegerRecommendedIf there has been any involvement of the police/justice system in relation to this behaviour, what was the legal outcome for your child?1::81= Official warning; 2= Apprehended violence order; 3= Remanded or found guilty of an offence; 4= Intervention order; 5= Charged with an offence; 6= Community treatment order; 7= Referred for treatment; 8= Other
sit_respString500RecommendedPlease describe your child's response to these situations. For example, they did not believe they were doing anything wrong, or they could not understand why the person was not responding to them as they wanted.
jussysconIntegerRecommendedHas your child ever had any contact with the justice system due to their behaviour?0; 10= No; 1= Yes
jussyscon_yrsIntegerRecommendedHas your child ever had any contact with the justice system due to their behaviour? AgeYears
jussyscon_mthsIntegerRecommendedHas your child ever had any contact with the justice system due to their behaviour? AgeMonths
jyssysincString500RecommendedDetails of this incident, and subsequent contact with the justice system would be very helpful and useful. If you felt comfortable, would you provide some detail of this event?
relationshipIntegerRecommendedRelationship of respondent to individual1::93;-9991 = 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; 13 = Other; 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; 27=Missing Data; 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); 90=Other; -999=Missing; 89 = Biological parent; 91 = Stepparent; 92 = Adoptive parent; 93 = Foster parent
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