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Crisis in Family Systems

crisys

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Element NameData TypeSizeRequiredDescriptionValue RangeNotesAliases
subjectkeyGUIDRequiredThe NDAR Global Unique Identifier (GUID) for research subjectNDAR*
src_subject_idString20RequiredSubject ID how it's defined in lab/project
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.
sexString20RequiredSex of the subjectM;FM = Male; F = Femalegender
crysis1IntegerRecommended1. Did your income increase by a lot?0;10=No;1=yes
crysis2IntegerRecommended2. Did you go deeply in debt?0;10=No;1=yes
crysis3IntegerRecommended3. Did your income decrease by a lot?0;10=No;1=yes
crysis3bIntegerRecommended3b. Did you give money to support family or friends not living with you?0;10=No;1=yes
crysis4IntegerRecommended4. Did you go without food because you didnt have the money to pay for it?0;10=No;1=yes
crysis5IntegerRecommended5. Did you go without some clothing because you couldnt pay for it?0;10=No;1=yes
crysis6IntegerRecommended6. Did you miss a rent or mortgage payment because you couldnt pay for it?0;10=No;1=yes
crysis7IntegerRecommended7. Did the utility of phone company threaten to cut off your service because you couldnt pay the bills?0;10=No;1=yes
crysis8IntegerRecommended8. Was your telephone, electricity or gas turned off?0;10=No;1=yes
crysis9IntegerRecommended9. Did you go without furniture because you did not have the money to pay for it?0;10=No;1=yes
crysis10IntegerRecommended10. Did you go without appliances because you did not have the money to pay for them?0;10=No;1=yes
crysis11IntegerRecommended11. Did you lose your housing?0;10=No;1=yes
crysis12IntegerRecommended12. Did you miss an appointment or have to change your plans because you had no transportation to get there?0;10=No;1=yes
crysis13IntegerRecommended13. Did you have legal problems?0;10=No;1=yes
crysis13bIntegerRecommended13b. Did you go without legal advice when you needed it?0;10=No;1=yes
crysis13cIntegerRecommended13c. Was anyone in your family pulled over or questioned by the police?0;10=No;1=yes
q32_7IntegerRecommendedHave you ever been questioned about your legal status0::20=Nol 1=Yes; 2=N/Acrysis13d
crysis14IntegerRecommended14. Did anyone in your family get arrested?0;10=No;1=yes
crysis15IntegerRecommended15. Did anyone in your family go to jail?0;10=No;1=yes
crysis15bIntegerRecommended15b. Did anyone bully your child(ren)?0;10=No;1=yes
crysis16IntegerRecommended16. Did you have trouble reading or understanding something that was important to you?0;10=No;1=yes
crysis16bIntegerRecommended16b. Did you have trouble communicating with someone about something that was important to you?0;10=No;1=yes
crysis17IntegerRecommended17. Did you return to school?0;10=No;1=yes
crysis18IntegerRecommended18. Did you have trouble with your teacher(s)?0;10=No;1=yes
crysis19IntegerRecommended19. Did your regular child care arrangements change in any way?0;10=No;1=yes
crysis20IntegerRecommended20. Did you get married?0;10=No;1=yes
crysis20bIntegerRecommended20b. Did you and your partner disagree about raising your children?0;10=No;1=yes
crysis20cIntegerRecommended20c. Did you and your partner disagree about your roles and responsibilities?0;10=No;1=yes
crysis20dIntegerRecommended20d. Did you miss an important family event that you had wanted to attend?0::20=No;1=yes; 2 = Yes, and the event still affects me
crysis21IntegerRecommended21. Did you get a divorce or break up with a partner?0;10=No;1=yes
crysis22IntegerRecommended22. Did you get back together with a partner?0;10=No;1=yes
crysis23IntegerRecommended23. Did a family member die?0;10=No;1=yes
crysis24IntegerRecommended24. Did a friend die?0;10=No;1=yes
crysis25IntegerRecommended25. Did anything happen in your neighborhood that made you feel unsafe?0;10=No;1=yes
crysis26IntegerRecommended26. Did you feel emotionally or physically abused?0;10=No;1=yes
crysis27IntegerRecommended27. Did your child(ren) feel emotionally or physically abused?0;10=No;1=yes
crysis28IntegerRecommended28. Were you a victim of a crime while you were in your own home?0;10=No;1=yes
crysis29IntegerRecommended29. Were you a victim of a crime while you were outside or away from your home?0;10=No;1=yes
crysis30IntegerRecommended30. Did you hear violence outside your home? (e.g. gunfire)0;10=No;1=yes
crysis31IntegerRecommended31. Did you see violence?0;10=No;1=yes
crysis32IntegerRecommended32. Did your child(ren) see violence?0;10=No;1=yes
crysis33IntegerRecommended33. Was your child (were your children) a victim of a crime?0;10=No;1=yes
crysis34IntegerRecommended34. Was anyone else in your household a victim of a crime?0;10=No;1=yes
crysis35IntegerRecommended35. Did you see drug dealing in your building or neighborhood?0;10=No;1=yes
crysis36IntegerRecommended36. Did you(r partner) have a miscarriage?0;10=No;1=yes
crysis37IntegerRecommended37. Did you(r partner) have an abortion?0;10=No;1=yes
crysis38IntegerRecommended38. Did you ever use alcohol or drugs to get through a day?0;10=No;1=yes
crysis38bIntegerRecommended38b. Did your partner ever drink too much or use drugs?0;10=No;1=yes
crysis39IntegerRecommended39. Did you become ill or did you have a flare up of a chronic illness?0;10=No;1=yes
crysis40IntegerRecommended40. Did your child(ren) become ill or did your child(ren) have a flare up of a chronic illness?0;10=No;1=yes
crysis41IntegerRecommended41. Did you get admitted to the hospital?0;10=No;1=yes
crysis42IntegerRecommended42. Did your child(ren) get admitted to the hospital?0;10=No;1=yes
crysis43IntegerRecommended43. Did another family member become ill?0;10=No;1=yes
crysis44IntegerRecommended44. Did a friend become ill?0;10=No;1=yes
crysis45IntegerRecommended45. Did a relative or friend move into your home?0;10=No;1=yes
crysis46IntegerRecommended46. Did a relative or friend move out of your home?0;10=No;1=yes
crysis47IntegerRecommended47. Did you move?0;10=No;1=yes
crysis48IntegerRecommended48. Did rats, mice or insects bother you in your home?0;10=No;1=yes
crysis49IntegerRecommended49. Did you have trouble with your landlord?0;10=No;1=yes
crysis50IntegerRecommended50. Did you have trouble with your neighbors?0;10=No;1=yes
crysis51IntegerRecommended51. Did you have trouble with social service agencies?0;10=No;1=yes
crysis52IntegerRecommended52. Did you have trouble with medical or health professionals?0;10=No;1=yes
crysis53IntegerRecommended53. Did someone treat you unfairly because of your age?0;10=No;1=yes
crysis54IntegerRecommended54. Did someone treat you unfairly because of your sex?0;10=No;1=yes
crysis55IntegerRecommended55. Did someone treat you unfairly because of your race?0;10=No;1=yes
crysis56IntegerRecommended56. Did someone treat you unfairly because you didnt have a lot of money?0;10=No;1=yes
crysis56bIntegerRecommended56b. Did someone treat you unfairly because of the way you speak?0;10=No;1=yes
crysis57IntegerRecommended57. Did you work in the last six months? IF NO, SKIP TO QUESTION 610;10=No;1=yes
crysis58IntegerRecommended58. Did you begin a new job or get promoted?0::20=No;1=yes; 2 = Yes, and the event still affects me
crysis59IntegerRecommended59. Did you get laid off?0;10=No;1=yes
moos_17aIntegerRecommended17. You Experienced Trouble with superiors at work0::20 = No; 1 = Yes; 2 = Yes, and the event still affects mecrysis60
crysis61IntegerRecommended61. Did you look for a job?0;10=No;1=yes
crysis62IntegerRecommendedDid you(r partner) get pregnant?0;10=No;1=yes
crysis63IntegerRecommendedDid you(r partner) have a baby?0;10=No;1=yes
crysis64IntegerRecommendedDid your child(ren) get into trouble?0;10=No;1=yes
crysis_domain1IntegerRecommendedCRISYS Financial Number Reported
crysis_domain2IntegerRecommendedCRISYS Legal Number Reported
crysis_domain3IntegerRecommendedCRISYS Career Number Reported
crysis_domain4IntegerRecommendedCRISYS Relationships Number Reported
crysis_domain5IntegerRecommendedCRISYS Safety in the home Number Reported
crysis_domain6IntegerRecommendedCRISYS Medical issues pertaining to self Number Reported
crysis_domain7IntegerRecommendedCRISYS Medical issues pertaining to others Number Reported
crysis_domain8IntegerRecommendedCRISYS Home issues Number Reported
crysis_domain9IntegerRecommendedCRISYS Authority Number Reported
crysis_domain10IntegerRecommendedCRISYS Prejudice Number Reported
version_formString100RecommendedForm used/assessment name
comments_miscString4,000RecommendedMiscellaneous comments on study, interview, methodology relevant to this form data
crisys_totalIntegerRecommendedCrisys Events Reportedtotal
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This page displays the data structure defined for the measure identified in the title and structure short name. The table below displays a list of data elements in this structure (also called variables) and the following information:

  • Element Name: This is the standard element name
  • Data Type: Which type of data this element is, e.g. String, Float, File location.
  • Size: If applicable, the character limit of this element
  • Required: This column displays whether the element is Required for valid submissions, Recommended for valid submissions, Conditional on other elements, or Optional
  • Description: A basic description
  • Value Range: Which values can appear validly in this element (case sensitive for strings)
  • Notes: Expanded description or notes on coding of values
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