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CTAS Computer-Assisted Cognitive-Behavior Therapy for Depression

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Computer-assisted cognitive-behavior therapy, a treatment that has been shown to be effective in previous studies in psychiatric settings, will be disseminated into primary care - a health care setting where there are significant problems in receiving adequate treatment for depression. CTAS is a questionnaire that checks the patient’s current understanding of some of the basic concepts of cognitive therapy.
Clinical Assessments
Cognitive
10/28/2021
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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
timepoint_label String 50 Recommended Timepoint/visit label
ctas02 Integer Recommended Examples of cognition include: Anxious or depressed feelings 1;2 1= Yes; 2= No
ctas03 Integer Recommended Examples of cognition include: Automatic thoughts 1;2 1= Yes; 2= No
ctas04 Integer Recommended Examples of cognition include: Negative behaviors 1;2 1= Yes; 2= No
ctas05 Integer Recommended Examples of cognition include: Schemas 1;2 1= Yes; 2= No
ctas06 Integer Recommended Helpful techniques that are taught in cognitive therapy include: Directional change 1;2 1= Yes; 2= No
ctas07 Integer Recommended Helpful techniques that are taught in cognitive therapy include: Examining the evidence 1;2 1= Yes; 2= No
ctas08 Integer Recommended Helpful techniques that are taught in cognitive therapy include: Activity scheduling 1;2 1= Yes; 2= No
ctas09 Integer Recommended Helpful techniques that are taught in cognitive therapy include: Emotional reasoning 1;2 1= Yes; 2= No
ctas10 Integer Recommended Automatic thoughts can be described as: Out of your control 1;2 1= Yes; 2= No
ctas11 Integer Recommended Automatic thoughts can be described as: Private 1;2 1= Yes; 2= No
ctas12 Integer Recommended Automatic thoughts can be described as: Usually rational 1;2 1= Yes; 2= No
ctas13 Integer Recommended Automatic thoughts can be described as: Caused by unhappy feelings 1;2 1= Yes; 2= No
ctas14 Integer Recommended Examples of emotions include: Thinking you're not good enough 1;2 1= Yes; 2= No
ctas15 Integer Recommended Examples of emotions include: Waiting to give up 1;2 1= Yes; 2= No
ctas16 Integer Recommended Examples of emotions include: Reacting with sadness 1;2 1= Yes; 2= No
ctas17 Integer Recommended Examples of emotions include: Deciding not to show your fear 1;2 1= Yes; 2= No
ctas18 Integer Recommended Thought recording exercise (for example the "Thought Change Record") may involve writing down the following types of information: Outcomes 1;2 1= Yes; 2= No
ctas19 Integer Recommended Thought recording exercise (for example the "Thought Change Record") may involve writing down the following types of information: Emotions 1;2 1= Yes; 2= No
ctas20 Integer Recommended Thought recording exercise (for example the "Thought Change Record") may involve writing down the following types of information: Unconscious thoughts 1;2 1= Yes; 2= No
ctas21 Integer Recommended Thought recording exercise (for example the "Thought Change Record") may involve writing down the following types of information: Events 1;2 1= Yes; 2= No
ctas22 Integer Recommended Mr. R., a salesman, was performing about ten percent below his sales target for the year. The problem was largely due to an economic downturn in his region of the country. Although his job wasn't really threatened and his family relationships were in good shape, Mr. R. began to think "Everything is falling apart-I'll lose it all." What kind of mistakes in thinking might he be having? Overgeneralization 1;2 1= Yes; 2= No
ctas23 Integer Recommended Mr. R., a salesman, was performing about ten percent below his sales target for the year. The problem was largely due to an economic downturn in his region of the country. Although his job wasn't really threatened and his family relationships were in good shape, Mr. R. began to think "Everything is falling apart-I'll lose it all." What kind of mistakes in thinking might he be having? Mind reading 1;2 1= Yes; 2= No
ctas24 Integer Recommended Mr. R., a salesman, was performing about ten percent below his sales target for the year. The problem was largely due to an economic downturn in his region of the country. Although his job wasn't really threatened and his family relationships were in good shape, Mr. R. began to think "Everything is falling apart-I'll lose it all." What kind of mistakes in thinking might he be having? Ignoring the evidence 1;2 1= Yes; 2= No
ctas25 Integer Recommended Mr. R., a salesman, was performing about ten percent below his sales target for the year. The problem was largely due to an economic downturn in his region of the country. Although his job wasn't really threatened and his family relationships were in good shape, Mr. R. began to think "Everything is falling apart-I'll lose it all." What kind of mistakes in thinking might he be having? Untracking 1;2 1= Yes; 2= No
ctas26 Integer Recommended Mr. R., the salesman described in the previous question, decided to start cognitive therapy. Which of these techniques do you think might help him? Emotional reasoning 1;2 1= Yes; 2= No
ctas27 Integer Recommended Mr. R., the salesman described in the previous question, decided to start cognitive therapy. Which of these techniques do you think might help him? Programming 1;2 1= Yes; 2= No
ctas28 Integer Recommended Mr. R., the salesman described in the previous question, decided to start cognitive therapy. Which of these techniques do you think might help him? Denying automatic thoughts 1;2 1= Yes; 2= No
ctas29 Integer Recommended Mr. R., the salesman described in the previous question, decided to start cognitive therapy. Which of these techniques do you think might help him? Labeling cognitive errors or distortions 1;2 1= Yes; 2= No
ctas30 Integer Recommended Ms. T. has a number of long standing negative attitudes such as "I never succeed" and "I have to be perfect to be accepted." No matter how hard she tries she always seems to think that she is "not measuring up". What cognitive procedures do you think might help her? Listing advantages and disadvantages 1;2 1= Yes; 2= No
ctas31 Integer Recommended Ms. T. has a number of long standing negative attitudes such as "I never succeed" and "I have to be perfect to be accepted." No matter how hard she tries she always seems to think that she is "not measuring up". What cognitive procedures do you think might help her? Breaking out 1;2 1= Yes; 2= No
ctas32 Integer Recommended Ms. T. has a number of long standing negative attitudes such as "I never succeed" and "I have to be perfect to be accepted." No matter how hard she tries she always seems to think that she is "not measuring up". What cognitive procedures do you think might help her? Listing schemas 1;2 1= Yes; 2= No
ctas33 Integer Recommended Ms. T. has a number of long standing negative attitudes such as "I never succeed" and "I have to be perfect to be accepted." No matter how hard she tries she always seems to think that she is "not measuring up". What cognitive procedures do you think might help her? Thought recording 1;2 1= Yes; 2= No
ctas34 Integer Recommended Mr. G. has been feeling depressed and has withdrawn from most of the activities that he used to enjoy. It seems like nothing gives him pleasure anymore. What would you recommend that he do? Use an activity schedule 1;2 1= Yes; 2= No
ctas35 Integer Recommended Mr. G. has been feeling depressed and has withdrawn from most of the activities that he used to enjoy. It seems like nothing gives him pleasure anymore. What would you recommend that he do? Stay away from all stressful situations 1;2 1= Yes; 2= No
ctas36 Integer Recommended Mr. G. has been feeling depressed and has withdrawn from most of the activities that he used to enjoy. It seems like nothing gives him pleasure anymore. What would you recommend that he do? Don't push for change until he starts to feel better 1;2 1= Yes; 2= No
ctas37 Integer Recommended Mr. G. has been feeling depressed and has withdrawn from most of the activities that he used to enjoy. It seems like nothing gives him pleasure anymore. What would you recommend that he do? Record levels of mastery and pleasure 1;2 1= Yes; 2= No
ctas38 Integer Recommended Which of the following statements accurately describe schemas? Are upsetting emotions 1;2 1= Yes; 2= No
ctas39 Integer Recommended Which of the following statements accurately describe schemas? Often stimulate automatic thoughts 1;2 1= Yes; 2= No
ctas40 Integer Recommended Which of the following statements accurately describe schemas? Act as underlying rules 1;2 1= Yes; 2= No
ctas41 Integer Recommended Which of the following statements accurately describe schemas? Can be very helpful 1;2 1= Yes; 2= No
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