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Chicago Youth Development Study Community Scale

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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/projectid
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
days_baselineIntegerRecommendedDays since baselinedaycy
assbdicString5RecommendedAssessment PointD;14;E;24;LB;36;72;96;120; 9; B; 3; 7; 144; 168;192; CD=MTA baseline assessment; 14=MTA 14 month assessment; E=MTA early termination assessment; B = MTA Pre-Baseline Screening Assessment (579/579); 09 = MTA 9 Month Assessment (530/530); 24=MTA 24 month assessment; LB=LNCG baseline assessment; 36=MTA and LNCG 3 year assessment; 72=MTA and LNCG 6 year assessment; 96=MTA and LNCG 8 year assessment; 03 = MTA 3 Month Assessment (438/687);120=MTA and LNCG 10 year assessment; 7= 7th Grade Assessment (221/276); 144 = MTA & LNCG 12 Month Assessment (578/578); 168 = MTA & LNCG 14 Month Assessment (585/585); 192 = MTA & LNCG 16 Month Assessment (505/505); C = MTA Pre-Baseline Screening Assessment (78/78)asscy
relationshipIntegerRecommendedRelationship of respondent to individual
1::93;-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; 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 parentrelcy
actbdicIntegerRecommendedActive status0::50=Inactive-Data collected after the 14 month treatment phase/after early termination from treatment phase/prior to treatment phase; 1=Active-Data collected during the 14 month treatment phase while subject received originally assigned treatment regardless of degree of compliance; 2=Active-This is the last active assessment for subjects who were about to violate treatment arm by receiving alternate treatment; 3=Active-This is the last active assessment for subjects who were about to leave the study by moving away;4=Yes, Active; 5=No, Not Activeactcy
siteString101RecommendedSiteStudy Sitesitenum
sjtypIntegerRecommendedSubject type1;21=MTA randomized trial subject; 2=Local normative comparison group (LNCG) subject
cy1IntegerRecommendedI feel like I belong to the neighborhood1::51=Strongly agree; 2=Agree; 3=Neither agree nor disagree; 4=Disagree; 5=Strongly disagree
cy2IntegerRecommendedI feel loyal to the people in my neighborhood1::51=Strongly agree; 2=Agree; 3=Neither agree nor disagree; 4=Disagree; 5=Strongly disagree
cy3IntegerRecommendedI would be willing to work together with others on something to improve my neighborhood1::51=Strongly agree; 2=Agree; 3=Neither agree nor disagree; 4=Disagree; 5=Strongly disagree
cy4IntegerRecommendedI like to think of myself as similar to the people who live in this neighborhood1::51=Strongly agree; 2=Agree; 3=Neither agree nor disagree; 4=Disagree; 5=Strongly disagree
cy5IntegerRecommendedOverall I am very attached to living in this neighborhood1::51=Strongly agree; 2=Agree; 3=Neither agree nor disagree; 4=Disagree; 5=Strongly disagree
cy6IntegerRecommendedGiven the opportunity I would like to move out of this neighborhood1::51=Strongly agree; 2=Agree; 3=Neither agree nor disagree; 4=Disagree; 5=Strongly disagree
cy7IntegerRecommendedI visit with my neighbors in their homes1::51=Strongly agree; 2=Agree; 3=Neither agree nor disagree; 4=Disagree; 5=Strongly disagreeneis08, neis08_youth
cy8IntegerRecommendedIf I needed advice about something I could go to someone in my neighborhood1::51=Strongly agree; 2=Agree; 3=Neither agree nor disagree; 4=Disagree; 5=Strongly disagreeneis10, neis10_youth
cy9IntegerRecommendedI regularly stop and talk with people in my neighborhood1::51=Strongly agree; 2=Agree; 3=Neither agree nor disagree; 4=Disagree; 5=Strongly disagreeneis13, neis13_youth
cy10IntegerRecommendedI know most of the names of the people on my block or in my building1::51=Strongly agree; 2=Agree; 3=Neither agree nor disagree; 4=Disagree; 5=Strongly disagreeneis20, neis20_youth
cy11IntegerRecommendedI would feel comfortable asking to borrow food or a tool from people on my block1::51=Strongly agree; 2=Agree; 3=Neither agree nor disagree; 4=Disagree; 5=Strongly disagreeneis09, neis09_youth
cy12IntegerRecommendedI would feel comfortable asking people on my block to watch my home while I was away1::51=Strongly agree; 2=Agree; 3=Neither agree nor disagree; 4=Disagree; 5=Strongly disagree
cy13IntegerRecommendedDirty or unkempt front yards are a problem on my block1::51=Strongly agree; 2=Agree; 3=Neither agree nor disagree; 4=Disagree; 5=Strongly disagreeneir14, neir14_youth
cy14IntegerRecommendedThere is a public park near my block1::51=Strongly agree; 2=Agree; 3=Neither agree nor disagree; 4=Disagree; 5=Strongly disagree
cy15IntegerRecommendedVacant lots are a problem on my block1::51=Strongly agree; 2=Agree; 3=Neither agree nor disagree; 4=Disagree; 5=Strongly disagreeneir15, neir15_youth
cy16IntegerRecommendedMorning noise is quite irritating on my block1::51=Strongly agree; 2=Agree; 3=Neither agree nor disagree; 4=Disagree; 5=Strongly disagreeneir16, neir16_youth
cy17IntegerRecommendedNight noise is quite irritating on my block1::51=Strongly agree; 2=Agree; 3=Neither agree nor disagree; 4=Disagree; 5=Strongly disagreeneir17, neir17_youth
cy18IntegerRecommendedAbandoned or boarded up homes are a problem on my block1::51=Strongly agree; 2=Agree; 3=Neither agree nor disagree; 4=Disagree; 5=Strongly disagreeneir18, neir18_youth
cy19IntegerRecommendedVandalism is a problem in my neighborhood1::51=Strongly agree; 2=Agree; 3=Neither agree nor disagree; 4=Disagree; 5=Strongly disagreeneir19, neir19_youth
cy20IntegerRecommendedBurglary is a problem in my neighborhood1::51=Strongly agree; 2=Agree; 3=Neither agree nor disagree; 4=Disagree; 5=Strongly disagreeneir20, neir20_youth
cy21IntegerRecommendedHomelessness is a problem in my neighborhood1::51=Strongly agree; 2=Agree; 3=Neither agree nor disagree; 4=Disagree; 5=Strongly disagreeneir21, neir21_youth
cy22IntegerRecommendedGangs are a problem in my neighborhood1::51=Strongly disagree; 2=Disagree; 3=Neither agree nor disagree; 4=Agree; 5=Strongly agreeneir22, neir22_youth
cy23IntegerRecommendedHow much trouble are gangs?0::50=No problem; 1=A little problem; 2=Some problem; 3=Pretty much problem; 4=A lot of problem; 5=A serious problem
cy24IntegerRecommendedGraffiti is a problem in my neighborhood1::51=Strongly disagree; 2=Disagree; 3=Neither agree nor disagree; 4=Agree; 5=Strongly agreeneir23, neir23_youth
cy25IntegerRecommendedHow much of a problem is graffiti?0::50=No problem; 1=A little problem; 2=Some problem; 3=Pretty much problem; 4=A lot of problem; 5=A serious problem
cy26IntegerRecommendedDrugs are a problem in my neighborhood1::51=Strongly disagree; 2=Disagree; 3=Neither agree nor disagree; 4=Agree; 5=Strongly agreeneir24, neir24_youth
cy27IntegerRecommendedHow much of a problem are drugs?0::50=No problem; 1=A little problem; 2=Some problem; 3=Pretty much problem; 4=A lot of problem; 5=A serious problem
cy28IntegerRecommendedViolent crime is a problem in my neighborhood1::51=Strongly disagree; 2=Disagree; 3=Neither agree nor disagree; 4=Agree; 5=Strongly agreeneir25, neir25_youth
cy29IntegerRecommendedHow much of a problem is violent crime?0::50=No problem; 1=A little problem; 2=Some problem; 3=Pretty much problem; 4=A lot of problem; 5=A serious problem
cy30IntegerRecommendedCrime has gotten worse in my neighborhood in the last few years1::51=Strongly disagree; 2=Disagree; 3=Neither agree nor disagree; 4=Agree; 5=Strongly agreeneir26, neir26_youth
cy31IntegerRecommendedI have relatives living in my neighborhood0;10=False; 1=Trueneir1, neir1_youth
cy32IntegerRecommendedThere is a grocery store in or near my neighborhood0;10=False; 1=Trueneir2, neir2_youth
cy33IntegerRecommendedThere is a church/temple/synagogue that I could attend in my neighborhood0;10=False; 1=Trueneir8, neir8_youth
cy34IntegerRecommendedThere is a clinic or other medical services near my neighborhood0;10=False; 1=True
cy35IntegerRecommendedThere are entertainment places in my neighborhood0;10=False; 1=Trueneir3, neir3_youth
cy36IntegerRecommendedThere are parks that we can use in or near my neighborhood0;10=False; 1=Trueneir4, neir4_youth
cy37IntegerRecommendedPublic transportation is convenient for me to use0;10=False; 1=Trueneir5, neir5_youth
cy38IntegerRecommendedThere are neighborhood or block organizations that deal with neighborhood issues or problems0;10=False; 1=True
cy39IntegerRecommendedThere is a school in this neighborhood0;10=False; 1=Trueneir6, neir6_youth
cy40IntegerRecommendedWe regularly do our shopping in my neighborhood0;10=False; 1=Trueneir7, neir7_youth
cy41IntegerRecommendedI attend religious services in my neighborhood0;10=False; 1=True
cy42IntegerRecommendedWhen I need medical services I use those in my neighborhood0;10=False; 1=Trueneir9, neir9_youth
cy43IntegerRecommendedI am involved in neighborhood or block organizations that deal with neighborhood issues or problems2;42=False; 4=True
cy44IntegerRecommendedI have done volunteer work in this last year to benefit my neighborhood2;42=False; 4=Trueneir11, neir11_youth
cy45IntegerRecommendedMy child attends school in this neighborhood0;10=False; 1=Trueneir12, neir12_youth
cy46IntegerRecommendedThis is a good neighborhood for kids0;10=False; 1=True
cycommxFloatRecommendedSense of Belonging to the Community (mean score)Includes Items: 1, 2, 4, and 5. NOTE: Higher scores reflect more belonging and are better.
cycommtFloatRecommendedSense of Belonging to the Community (total score)Includes Items: 1, 2, 4, and 5. NOTE: Higher scores reflect more belonging and are better.
cysuppxFloatRecommendedSocial Support and Resources (mean score)Includes Items: 7 to 11. NOTE: Higher scores reflect more support and are better
cysupptFloatRecommendedSocial Support and Resources (total score)Includes Items: 7 to 11. NOTE: Higher scores reflect more support and are better
cyprobxFloatRecommendedPerceived Community Problems (e.g., crime in the neighborhood) (mean score)Includes Items: 23, 25, 27, 29, and 30. NOTE: Higher scores reflect more problems and are worse
cyprobtFloatRecommendedPerceived Community Problems (e.g., crime in the neighborhood) (total score)Includes Items: 23, 25, 27, 29, and 30. NOTE: Higher scores reflect more problems and are worse
cyinvlxFloatRecommendedInvolvement in Local Community Organizations (mean score)Includes Items: 10, 43, and 44. NOTE: Higher scores reflect more involvement and are better
cyinvltFloatRecommendedInvolvement in Local Community Organizations (total score)Includes Items: 10, 43, and 44. NOTE: Higher scores reflect more involvement and are better
cyresrxFloatRecommendedAvailable Resources/Services in the Community (mean score)Includes Items: 31 to 38, 40, and 42. NOTE: Higher scores reflect more resources and are better.
cyresrtFloatRecommendedAvailable Resources/Services in the Community (total score)Includes Items: 31 to 38, 40, and 42. NOTE: Higher scores reflect more resources and are better.
cy47IntegerRecommendedThere are recreational facilities in this community0;10=False; 1=Trueneir10, neir10_youth
cy48IntegerRecommendedThis neighborhood is good for families1::51= Strongly Disagree; 2= Disagree; 3= Neither agree or disagree; 4= Agree; 5= Strongly Disagreeneis24, neis24_youth
cy49IntegerRecommendedOn halloween most of the children who live in this neighborhood go trick-or-treating in this neighborhood1::51= Strongly Disagree; 2= Disagree; 3= Neither agree or disagree; 4= Agree; 5= Strongly Disagreeneis25, neis25_youth
cy50IntegerRecommendedAdults in this neighborhood are interested in making sure that there are posittive opportunities for teenagers1::51= Strongly Disagree; 2= Disagree; 3= Neither agree or disagree; 4= Agree; 5= Strongly Disagreeneis26, neis26_youth
cy51IntegerRecommendedAdults in this neighborhood like young people1::51= Strongly Disagree; 2= Disagree; 3= Neither agree or disagree; 4= Agree; 5= Strongly Disagreeneis27, neis27_youth
cy52IntegerRecommendedAdults in this neighborhood are afraid to interact with teenagers1::51= Strongly Disagree; 2= Disagree; 3= Neither agree or disagree; 4= Agree; 5= Strongly Disagreeneis28, neis28_youth
cy53IntegerRecommendedThis is a good neighborhood for children1::51= Strongly Disagree; 2= Disagree; 3= Neither agree or disagree; 4= Agree; 5= Strongly Disagreeneis29, neis29_youth
cy54IntegerRecommendedI think of myself as similar to people who live in this neighborhood1::51= Strongly Disagree; 2= Disagree; 3= Neither agree or disagree; 4= Agree; 5= Strongly Disagreeneis30, neis30_youth
cy55IntegerRecommendedIn general, what would someone in your neighborhood most likely do if a group of kids started to fight1::41= Do nothing; 2= Complain to or discuss with other neighbors; 3= Talk to someone who can do something about it, for example the police, a landlord, or a parent; 4= Do something directly, for example step in and/or talk to the person or people involvedneis60_youth
cy56IntegerRecommendedIn general, what would someone in your neighborhood most likely do if someone is trying to sell drugs to kids in plain sight1::41= Do nothing; 2= Complain to or discuss with other neighbors; 3= Talk to someone who can do something about it, for example the police, a landlord, or a parent; 4= Do something directly, for example step in and/or talk to the person or people involvedneis34, neis34_youth
cy57IntegerRecommendedIn general, what would someone in your neighborhood most likely do if an individual or group of kids are harassing or bullying another child/teenager1::41= Do nothing; 2= Complain to or discuss with other neighbors; 3= Talk to someone who can do something about it, for example the police, a landlord, or a parent; 4= Do something directly, for example step in and/or talk to the person or people involvedneis45, neis45_youth
cy58IntegerRecommendedIn general, what would someone in your neighborhood most likely do if a child or teenager is stealing from a store1::41= Do nothing; 2= Complain to or discuss with other neighbors; 3= Talk to someone who can do something about it, for example the police, a landlord, or a parent; 4= Do something directly, for example step in and/or talk to the person or people involvedneis49
cy59IntegerRecommendedIn general, what would someone in your neighborhood most likely do if a child or teenager is stealing from a neighbor's house or garage1::41= Do nothing; 2= Complain to or discuss with other neighbors; 3= Talk to someone who can do something about it, for example the police, a landlord, or a parent; 4= Do something directly, for example step in and/or talk to the person or people involvedneis43
cy60IntegerRecommendedIn general, what would someone in your neighborhood most likely do if they see someone breaking into someone's house1::41= Do nothing; 2= Complain to or discuss with other neighbors; 3= Talk to someone who can do something about it, for example the police, a landlord, or a parent; 4= Do something directly, for example step in and/or talk to the person or people involvedneis50, neis50_youth
cy61IntegerRecommendedIn general, what would someone in your neighborhood most likely do if a neighbor is physically abusing their partner1::41= Do nothing; 2= Complain to or discuss with other neighbors; 3= Talk to someone who can do something about it, for example the police, a landlord, or a parent; 4= Do something directly, for example step in and/or talk to the person or people involved
cy62IntegerRecommendedIn general, what would someone in your neighborhood most likely do if there is a known drug house1::41= Do nothing; 2= Complain to or discuss with other neighbors; 3= Talk to someone who can do something about it, for example the police, a landlord, or a parent; 4= Do something directly, for example step in and/or talk to the person or people involvedneis52, neis52_youth
cy63IntegerRecommendedIn general, what would someone in your neighborhood most likely do if there is police harassment1::41= Do nothing; 2= Complain to or discuss with other neighbors; 3= Talk to someone who can do something about it, for example the police, a landlord, or a parent; 4= Do something directly, for example step in and/or talk to the person or people involvedneis55, neis55_youth
cy64IntegerRecommendedIn general, what would someone in your neighborhood most likely do if there is violence or shootings1::41= Do nothing; 2= Complain to or discuss with other neighbors; 3= Talk to someone who can do something about it, for example the police, a landlord, or a parent; 4= Do something directly, for example step in and/or talk to the person or people involvedneis57, neis57_youth
cy65IntegerRecommendedIn general, what would someone in your neighborhood most likely do if there is a house in the neighborhood with a lot of trash or junk left outside1::41= Do nothing; 2= Complain to or discuss with other neighbors; 3= Talk to someone who can do something about it, for example the police, a landlord, or a parent; 4= Do something directly, for example step in and/or talk to the person or people involvedneis61_youth
cy66IntegerRecommendedIn general, what would someone in your neighborhood most likely do if they want more resources or recreations programs for youth1::41= Do nothing; 2= Complain to or discuss with other neighbors; 3= Talk to someone who can do something about it, for example the police, a landlord, or a parent; 4= Do something directly, for example step in and/or talk to the person or people involvedneis58, neis58_youth
cy67IntegerRecommendedIn general, how likely is it that people in this neighborhood would call child protective services if they suspect a child is being abused or neglected1::51= Very unlikely; 2= Unlikely; 3= Neither likely nor unlikely; 4= Likely; 5= Very likelyneis59, neis59_youth
neir13IntegerRecommendedThis is a good community for 'young people.1;21= True; 2= False
ne6IntegerRecommendedPeople around here are willing to help their neighbors1::5; -99; 77;881=Strongly disagree; 2=Disagree; 3=Neither agree nor disagree; 4=Agree; 5=Strongly agree; -99= N/A; 77= Refused ; 88= Missing
neis02IntegerRecommendedIn general, people in this neighborhood watch over others' property (homes) while they are away.1::51 = Strongly Agree; 2= Agree; 3= Neither Agree nor Disagree; 4= Disagree; 5= Strongly Disagree
neis03IntegerRecommendedIn general, people in this neighborhood look out for one another.1::51 = Strongly Agree; 2= Agree; 3= Neither Agree nor Disagree; 4= Disagree; 5= Strongly Disagree
neis04IntegerRecommendedIn general, people in this neighborhood can find a neighbor to run errands for them (for pay or not).1::51 = Strongly Agree; 2= Agree; 3= Neither Agree nor Disagree; 4= Disagree; 5= Strongly Disagree
neis05IntegerRecommendedIn general, people in this neighborhood can find a neighbor to watch their children1::51 = Strongly Agree; 2= Agree; 3= Neither Agree nor Disagree; 4= Disagree; 5= Strongly Disagree
neis06IntegerRecommendedIn general, people in this neighborhood can count on a neighbor to help jump start their car if their car won't start1::51 = Strongly Agree; 2= Agree; 3= Neither Agree nor Disagree; 4= Disagree; 5= Strongly Disagree
neis07IntegerRecommendedIn general, people in this neighborhood introduce themselves when someone new moves into the neighborhood1::51 = Strongly Agree; 2= Agree; 3= Neither Agree nor Disagree; 4= Disagree; 5= Strongly Disagree
neis11IntegerRecommendedIn general, people in this neighborhood make eye contact with their neighbors1::51 = Strongly Agree; 2= Agree; 3= Neither Agree nor Disagree; 4= Disagree; 5= Strongly Disagree
neis12IntegerRecommendedIn general, people in this neighborhood regularly greet their neighbors.1::51 = Strongly Agree; 2= Agree; 3= Neither Agree nor Disagree; 4= Disagree; 5= Strongly Disagree
neis14IntegerRecommendedIn general, people in this neighborhood talk to each other about where to look for a house or apartment1::51 = Strongly Agree; 2= Agree; 3= Neither Agree nor Disagree; 4= Disagree; 5= Strongly Disagree
neis15IntegerRecommendedIn general, people in this neighborhood talk to each other about services such as health and day care.1::51 = Strongly Agree; 2= Agree; 3= Neither Agree nor Disagree; 4= Disagree; 5= Strongly Disagree
neis16IntegerRecommendedIn general, people in this neighborhood tell each other about neighborhood activities such as block parties.1::51 = Strongly Agree; 2= Agree; 3= Neither Agree nor Disagree; 4= Disagree; 5= Strongly Disagree
neis17IntegerRecommendedIn general, people in this neighborhood tell each other about unsafe areas in the neighborhood1::51 = Strongly Agree; 2= Agree; 3= Neither Agree nor Disagree; 4= Disagree; 5= Strongly Disagree
neis18IntegerRecommendedIn general, people in this neighborhood are able to talk with one another about sensitive issues, for example, talking to a parent about their child's behavior1::51 = Strongly Agree; 2= Agree; 3= Neither Agree nor Disagree; 4= Disagree; 5= Strongly Disagree
neis19IntegerRecommendedIn general, people in this neighborhood get along with each other1::51 = Strongly Agree; 2= Agree; 3= Neither Agree nor Disagree; 4= Disagree; 5= Strongly Disagree
neis21IntegerRecommendedIn general, people in this neighborhood know their children's friends.1::51 = Strongly Agree; 2= Agree; 3= Neither Agree nor Disagree; 4= Disagree; 5= Strongly Disagree
neis22IntegerRecommendedIn general, people in this neighborhood know the parents of their children's friends.1::51 = Strongly Agree; 2= Agree; 3= Neither Agree nor Disagree; 4= Disagree; 5= Strongly Disagree
neis23IntegerRecommendedIn general, people in this neighborhood can tell strangers from residents.1::51 = Strongly Agree; 2= Agree; 3= Neither Agree nor Disagree; 4= Disagree; 5= Strongly Disagree
neis31IntegerRecommendedIn general, what would someone in this neighborhood most likely do if a child falls or hurts him/herself and is crying?1::41 = Do nothing; 2 = Complain to or discuss with other neighbors; 3 = Talk to someone who can do something about it, for example the police, a landlord or a parent; 4 = Do something directly, for example, step in and/or talk to the person or people involved
neis32IntegerRecommendedIn general, what would someone in this neighborhood most likely do if a child is left at home alone during the evening?1::41 = Do nothing; 2 = Complain to or discuss with other neighbors; 3 = Talk to someone who can do something about it, for example the police, a landlord or a parent; 4 = Do something directly, for example, step in and/or talk to the person or people involved
neis33IntegerRecommendedIn general, what would someone in this neighborhood most likely do if a child is outside alone after dark?1::41 = Do nothing; 2 = Complain to or discuss with other neighbors; 3 = Talk to someone who can do something about it, for example the police, a landlord or a parent; 4 = Do something directly, for example, step in and/or talk to the person or people involved
neis35IntegerRecommendedIn general, what would someone in this neighborhood most likely do if a child appears to be in an unsafe situation with an adult, for example, the adult is drunk or high?1::41 = Do nothing; 2 = Complain to or discuss with other neighbors; 3 = Talk to someone who can do something about it, for example the police, a landlord or a parent; 4 = Do something directly, for example, step in and/or talk to the person or people involved
neis36IntegerRecommendedIn general, what would someone in this neighborhood most likely do if a group of neighborhood children are skipping school and hanging out in a park or on the street?1::41 = Do nothing; 2 = Complain to or discuss with other neighbors; 3 = Talk to someone who can do something about it, for example the police, a landlord or a parent; 4 = Do something directly, for example, step in and/or talk to the person or people involved
neis37IntegerRecommendedIn general, what would someone in this neighborhood most likely do if a group of children are spray-painting graffiti (tagging)?1::41 = Do nothing; 2 = Complain to or discuss with other neighbors; 3 = Talk to someone who can do something about it, for example the police, a landlord or a parent; 4 = Do something directly, for example, step in and/or talk to the person or people involved
neis38IntegerRecommendedIn general, what would someone in this neighborhood most likely do if a child is swearing at or showing disrespect to an adult?1::41 = Do nothing; 2 = Complain to or discuss with other neighbors; 3 = Talk to someone who can do something about it, for example the police, a landlord or a parent; 4 = Do something directly, for example, step in and/or talk to the person or people involved
neis39IntegerRecommendedIn general, what would someone in this neighborhood most likely do if a child has hold of a knife?1::41 = Do nothing; 2 = Complain to or discuss with other neighbors; 3 = Talk to someone who can do something about it, for example the police, a landlord or a parent; 4 = Do something directly, for example, step in and/or talk to the person or people involved
neis40IntegerRecommendedIn general, what would someone in this neighborhood most likely do if a child is playing with matches or a lighter?1::41 = Do nothing; 2 = Complain to or discuss with other neighbors; 3 = Talk to someone who can do something about it, for example the police, a landlord or a parent; 4 = Do something directly, for example, step in and/or talk to the person or people involved
neis41IntegerRecommendedIn general, what would someone in this neighborhood most likely do if a child is throwing rocks at someone's pet?1::41 = Do nothing; 2 = Complain to or discuss with other neighbors; 3 = Talk to someone who can do something about it, for example the police, a landlord or a parent; 4 = Do something directly, for example, step in and/or talk to the person or people involved
neis42IntegerRecommendedIn general, what would someone in this neighborhood most likely do if a child is picking flowers out of someone else's yard or garden?1::41 = Do nothing; 2 = Complain to or discuss with other neighbors; 3 = Talk to someone who can do something about it, for example the police, a landlord or a parent; 4 = Do something directly, for example, step in and/or talk to the person or people involved
neis44IntegerRecommendedIn general, what would someone in this neighborhood most likely do if a child hits or throws something at another child of the same age?1::41 = Do nothing; 2 = Complain to or discuss with other neighbors; 3 = Talk to someone who can do something about it, for example the police, a landlord or a parent; 4 = Do something directly, for example, step in and/or talk to the person or people involved
neis53IntegerRecommendedIn general, what would someone in this neighborhood most likely do if the public school closest to your home was going to be shut down or turned over?1::41 = Do nothing; 2 = Complain to or discuss with other neighbors; 3 = Talk to someone who can do something about it, for example the police, a landlord or a parent; 4 = Do something directly, for example, step in and/or talk to the person or people involved
neis54IntegerRecommendedIn general, what would someone in this neighborhood most likely do if public services are not being provided, for example snow removal, street sweeping, or pest/rodent control?1::41 = Do nothing; 2 = Complain to or discuss with other neighbors; 3 = Talk to someone who can do something about it, for example the police, a landlord or a parent; 4 = Do something directly, for example, step in and/or talk to the person or people involved
neis56IntegerRecommendedIn general, what would someone in this neighborhood most likely do if there is police brutality?1::41 = Do nothing; 2 = Complain to or discuss with other neighbors; 3 = Talk to someone who can do something about it, for example the police, a landlord or a parent; 4 = Do something directly, for example, step in and/or talk to the person or people involved
neir13_youthIntegerRecommendedMine is a good community for young people1;21= True; 2= False
neis02_youthIntegerRecommendedIn general, people in this neighborhood watch over each other�s property (homes) while they are away1::51 = Strongly Agree; 2= Agree; 3= Neither Agree nor Disagree; 4= Disagree; 5= Strongly Disagree
neis43IntegerRecommendedIn general, what would someone in this neighborhood most likely do if a child is taking something out of a neighbor's house or garage1::41 = Do nothing; 2 = Complain to or discuss with other neighbors; 3 = Talk to someone who can do something about it, for example the police, a landlord or a parent; 4 = Do something directly, for example, step in and/or talk to the person or people involved
neis46IntegerRecommendedIn general, what would someone in this neighborhood most likely do if a child is stealing from a store?1::41 = Do nothing; 2 = Complain to or discuss with other neighbors; 3 = Talk to someone who can do something about it, for example the police, a landlord or a parent; 4 = Do something directly, for example, step in and/or talk to the person or people involved
neis47IntegerRecommendedIn general, what would someone in this neighborhood most likely do if a male teenager is verbally or physically abusing (yelling/1::41 = Do nothing; 2 = Complain to or discuss with other neighbors; 3 = Talk to someone who can do something about it, for example the police, a landlord or a parent; 4 = Do something directly, for example, step in and/or talk to the person or people involved
neis48IntegerRecommendedIn general, what would someone in this neighborhood most likely do if a teenager is stealing from a neighbor's house or garage?1::41 = Do nothing; 2 = Complain to or discuss with other neighbors; 3 = Talk to someone who can do something about it, for example the police, a landlord or a parent; 4 = Do something directly, for example, step in and/or talk to the person or people involved
neis49IntegerRecommendedIn general, what would someone in this neighborhood most likely do if a teenager is stealing from a store?1::41 = Do nothing; 2 = Complain to or discuss with other neighbors; 3 = Talk to someone who can do something about it, for example the police, a landlord or a parent; 4 = Do something directly, for example, step in and/or talk to the person or people involved
neis51IntegerRecommendedIn general, what would someone in this neighborhood most likely do if a neighbor is physically abusing (beating) their partner?1::41 = Do nothing; 2 = Complain to or discuss with other neighbors; 3 = Talk to someone who can do something about it, for example the police, a landlord or a parent; 4 = Do something directly, for example, step in and/or talk to the person or people involved
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