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Child and Youth Resilience Measure

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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
livewith_detailsString255RecommendedList who lives at home and countscyrm_live
asap2tdfString300RecommendedFamily other - specifycyrm_family
cyrm_1IntegerRecommended1. Do you have people you want to be like?0;1;20=NO, 1=SOMETIMES, 2=YES
cyrm_2IntegerRecommended2. Do you share with people around you?0;1;20=NO, 1=SOMETIMES, 2=YES
cyrm_3IntegerRecommended3. Is doing well in school important to you?0;1;20=NO, 1=SOMETIMES, 2=YES
cyrm_4IntegerRecommended4. Do you know how to behave/act in different situations (such as school, home and church or mosque)?0;1;20=NO, 1=SOMETIMES, 2=YES
cyrm_5IntegerRecommended5. Do you feel that your parent(s)/caregiver(s) know where you are and what you are doing all of the time?0;1;20=NO, 1=SOMETIMES, 2=YES
cyrm_6IntegerRecommended6. Do you feel that your parent(s)/ caregiver(s) know a lot about you (for example, what makes you happy, what makes you scared)?0;1;20=NO, 1=SOMETIMES, 2=YES
cyrm_7IntegerRecommended7. Is there enough to eat in your home when you are hungry?0;1;20=NO, 1=SOMETIMES, 2=YES
cyrm_8IntegerRecommended8. Do you try to finish activities that you start?0;1;20=NO, 1=SOMETIMES, 2=YES
cyrm_9IntegerRecommended9. Do you know where your family comes from or know your family's history?0;1;20=NO, 1=SOMETIMES, 2=YES
cyrm_10IntegerRecommended10. Do other children like to play with you?0;1;20=NO, 1=SOMETIMES, 2=YES
cyrm_11IntegerRecommended11. Do you talk to your family about how you feel (for example when you are hurt or feeling scared)?0;1;20=NO, 1=SOMETIMES, 2=YES
cyrm_12IntegerRecommended12. When things don't go your way, can you fix it without hurting yourself or other people (for example, without hitting others or saying nasty things)?0;1;20=NO, 1=SOMETIMES, 2=YES
cyrm_13IntegerRecommended13. Do you have friends that care about you?0;1;20=NO, 1=SOMETIMES, 2=YES
cyrm_14IntegerRecommended14. Do you know where to go to get help?0;1;20=NO, 1=SOMETIMES, 2=YES
cyrm_15IntegerRecommended15. Do you feel you fit in with other children?0;1;20=NO, 1=SOMETIMES, 2=YES
cyrm_16IntegerRecommended16. Do you think your family cares about you when times are hard (for example, if you are sick or have done something wrong)?0;1;20=NO, 1=SOMETIMES, 2=YES
cyrm_17IntegerRecommended17. Do you think your friends care about you when times are hard (for example, if you are sick or have done something wrong)?0;1;20=NO, 1=SOMETIMES, 2=YES
cyrm_18IntegerRecommended18. Are you treated fairly?0;1;20=NO, 1=SOMETIMES, 2=YES
cyrm_19IntegerRecommended19. Do you have chances to show others that you are growing up and can do things by yourself?0;1;20=NO, 1=SOMETIMES, 2=YES
cyrm_20IntegerRecommended20. Do you know what you are good at?0;1;20=NO, 1=SOMETIMES, 2=YES
cyrm_21IntegerRecommended21. Do you participate in religious activities (such as church, mosque)?0;1;20=NO, 1=SOMETIMES, 2=YES
cyrm_22IntegerRecommended22. Do you think it is important to help out in your community?0;1;20=NO, 1=SOMETIMES, 2=YES
cyrm_23IntegerRecommended23. Do you feel safe when you are with your family?0;1;20=NO, 1=SOMETIMES, 2=YES
cyrm_24IntegerRecommended24. Do you have chances to learn things that will be useful when you are older (like cooking, working, and helping others)?0;1;20=NO, 1=SOMETIMES, 2=YES
cyrm_25IntegerRecommended25. Do you like the way your family celebrates things (like holidays or learning about your culture)?0;1;20=NO, 1=SOMETIMES, 2=YES
cyrm_26IntegerRecommended26. Do you like the way your community celebrates things (like holidays, festivals)?0;1;20=No; 1=Sometimes; 2=Yes
cyrm26_cl1IntegerRecommendedCYRM 26 Cluster: Individual Personal Skills Sum0::10
cyrm26_cl2IntegerRecommendedCYRM 26 Cluster: Individual Peer Support Sum0::4
cyrm26_cl3IntegerRecommendedCYRM 26 Cluster: Individual Social Skills Sum0::8
cyrm26_cl4IntegerRecommendedCYRM 26 Cluster: Caregiver Physical Caregiving Sum0::4
cyrm26_cl5IntegerRecommendedCYRM 26 Cluster: Caregiver Psychological Caregiving Sum0::10
cyrm26_cl6IntegerRecommendedCYRM 26 Cluster: Context Spiritual Sum0::4
cyrm26_cl7IntegerRecommendedCYRM 26 Cluster: Context Education Sum0::4
cyrm26_cl8IntegerRecommendedCYRM 26 Cluster: Context Cultural Sum0::8
cyrm26_cmean1FloatRecommendedCYRM 26 Cluster: Individual Personal Skills Mean0::2
cyrm26_cmean2FloatRecommendedCYRM 26 Cluster: Individual Peer Support Mean0::2
cyrm26_cmean3FloatRecommendedCYRM 26 Cluster: Individual Social Skills Mean0::2
cyrm26_cmean4FloatRecommendedCYRM 26 Cluster: Caregiver Physical Caregiving Mean0::2
cyrm26_cmean5FloatRecommendedCYRM 26 Cluster: Caregiver Psychological Caregiving Mean0::2
cyrm26_cmean6FloatRecommendedCYRM 26 Cluster: Context Spiritual Mean0::2
cyrm26_cmean7FloatRecommendedCYRM 26 Cluster: Context Education Mean0::2
cyrm26_cmean8FloatRecommendedCYRM 26 Cluster: Context Cultural Mean0::2
cyrm26_cstdv1FloatRecommendedCYRM 26 Cluster: Individual Personal Skills Standard Deviation
cyrm26_cstdv2FloatRecommendedCYRM 26 Cluster: Individual Peer Support Standard Deviation
cyrm26_cstdv3FloatRecommendedCYRM 26 Cluster: Individual Social Skills Standard Deviation
cyrm26_cstdv4FloatRecommendedCYRM 26 Cluster: Caregiver Physical Caregiving Standard Deviation
cyrm26_cstdv5FloatRecommendedCYRM 26 Cluster: Caregiver Psychological Caregiving Standard Deviation
cyrm26_cstdv6FloatRecommendedCYRM 26 Cluster: Context Spiritual Standard Deviation
cyrm26_cstdv7FloatRecommendedCYRM 26 Cluster: Context Education Standard Deviation
cyrm26_cstdv8FloatRecommendedCYRM 26 Cluster: Context Cultural Standard Deviation
cyrm26_factor1IntegerRecommendedCYRM 26 Subscale: Individual Sum0::22
cyrm26_factor2IntegerRecommendedCYRM 26 Subscale: Caregiver Sum0::14
cyrm26_factor3IntegerRecommendedCYRM 26 Subscale: Context Sum0::16
cyrm26_fmean1FloatRecommendedCYRM 26 Subscale: Individual Mean0::2
cyrm26_fmean2FloatRecommendedCYRM 26 Subscale: Caregiver Mean0::2
cyrm26_fmean3FloatRecommendedCYRM 26 Subscale: Context Mean0::2
cyrm26_fstdv1FloatRecommendedCYRM 26 Subscale: Individual Standard Deviation
cyrm26_fstdv2FloatRecommendedCYRM 26 Subscale: Caregiver Standard Deviation
cyrm26_fstdv3FloatRecommendedCYRM 26 Subscale: Context Standard Deviation
cyrm26_totalIntegerRecommendedCYRM 26 Total0::52
cyrm26_meanFloatRecommendedCYRM 26 Mean0::2
cyrm26_stdvFloatRecommendedCYRM 26 Standard Deviation
cyrm28_1IntegerRecommendedDo you have people you look up to?1::51=Not at all; 2= A little; 3= Somewhat; 4= Quite a bit; 5= A lot
cyrm28_2IntegerRecommendedDo you cooperate with people around you?1::51=Not at all; 2= A little; 3= Somewhat; 4= Quite a bit; 5= A lot
cyrm28_3IntegerRecommendedIs getting an education important to you?1::51=Not at all; 2= A little; 3= Somewhat; 4= Quite a bit; 5= A lot
cyrm28_4IntegerRecommendedDo you know how to behave in different social situations?1::51=Not at all; 2= A little; 3= Somewhat; 4= Quite a bit; 5= A lot
cyrm28_5IntegerRecommendedDo you feel that your parent(s) watch you closely?1::51=Not at all; 2= A little; 3= Somewhat; 4= Quite a bit; 5= A lot
cyrm28_6IntegerRecommendedDo you feel that your parent(s) know a lot about you?1::51=Not at all; 2= A little; 3= Somewhat; 4= Quite a bit; 5= A lot
cyrm28_7IntegerRecommendedDo you eat enough most days?1::51=Not at all; 2= A little; 3= Somewhat; 4= Quite a bit; 5= A lot
cyrm28_8IntegerRecommendedDo you strive to finish what you start?1::51=Not at all; 2= A little; 3= Somewhat; 4= Quite a bit; 5= A lot
cyrm28_9IntegerRecommendedAre spiritual beliefs a source of strength for you?1::51=Not at all; 2= A little; 3= Somewhat; 4= Quite a bit; 5= A lot
cyrm28_10IntegerRecommendedAre you proud of your ethnic background?1::51=Not at all; 2= A little; 3= Somewhat; 4= Quite a bit; 5= A lot
cyrm28_11IntegerRecommendedDo people think you are fun to be with?1::51=Not at all; 2= A little; 3= Somewhat; 4= Quite a bit; 5= A lot
cyrm28_12IntegerRecommendedDo you talk to your family about how you feel?1::51=Not at all; 2= A little; 3= Somewhat; 4= Quite a bit; 5= A lot
cyrm28_13IntegerRecommendedAre you able to solve problems without using illegal drugs and/or alcohol?1::51=Not at all; 2= A little; 3= Somewhat; 4= Quite a bit; 5= A lot
cyrm28_14IntegerRecommendedDo you feel supported by your friends?1::51=Not at all; 2= A little; 3= Somewhat; 4= Quite a bit; 5= A lot
cyrm28_15IntegerRecommendedDo you know where to go in your community to get help?1::51=Not at all; 2= A little; 3= Somewhat; 4= Quite a bit; 5= A lot
cyrm28_16IntegerRecommendedDo you feel you belong at your school?1::51=Not at all; 2= A little; 3= Somewhat; 4= Quite a bit; 5= A lot
cyrm28_17IntegerRecommendedDo you think your family will always stand by you during difficult times?1::51=Not at all; 2= A little; 3= Somewhat; 4= Quite a bit; 5= A lot
cyrm28_18IntegerRecommendedDo you think your friends will always stand by you during difficult times?1::51=Not at all; 2= A little; 3= Somewhat; 4= Quite a bit; 5= A lot
cyrm28_19IntegerRecommendedAre you treated fairly in your community?1::51=Not at all; 2= A little; 3= Somewhat; 4= Quite a bit; 5= A lot
cyrm28_20IntegerRecommendedDo you have opportunities to show others that you are becoming an adult?1::51=Not at all; 2= A little; 3= Somewhat; 4= Quite a bit; 5= A lot
cyrm28_21IntegerRecommendedAre you aware of your own strengths?1::51=Not at all; 2= A little; 3= Somewhat; 4= Quite a bit; 5= A lot
cyrm28_22IntegerRecommendedDo you participate in organized religious activities?1::51=Not at all; 2= A little; 3= Somewhat; 4= Quite a bit; 5= A lot
cyrm28_23IntegerRecommendedDo you think it is important to serve your community?1::51=Not at all; 2= A little; 3= Somewhat; 4= Quite a bit; 5= A lot
cyrm28_24IntegerRecommendedDo you feel safe when you are with your family?1::51=Not at all; 2= A little; 3= Somewhat; 4= Quite a bit; 5= A lot
cyrm28_25IntegerRecommendedDo you have opportunities to develop job skills that will be useful later in life?1::51=Not at all; 2= A little; 3= Somewhat; 4= Quite a bit; 5= A lot
cyrm28_26IntegerRecommendedDo you enjoy your family's traditions?1::51=Not at all; 2= A little; 3= Somewhat; 4= Quite a bit; 5= A lot
cyrm28_27IntegerRecommendedDo you enjoy your community's traditions?1::51=Not at all; 2= A little; 3= Somewhat; 4= Quite a bit; 5= A lot
cyrm28_28IntegerRecommendedAre you proud to be (Nationality: _____________)?1::51=Not at all; 2= A little; 3= Somewhat; 4= Quite a bit; 5= A lot
cyrm28_factor1IntegerRecommendedMinority World Youth (Boys and Girls)
cyrm28_factor2IntegerRecommendedMajority World Girls
cyrm28_factor3IntegerRecommendedMajority World Boys (Low Social Cohesion)
cyrm28_factor4IntegerRecommendedMajority World Boys (High Social Cohesion)
cyrm28_totalIntegerRecommendedCYRM Total Score0::140
version_formString100RecommendedForm used/assessment name
cyrm_27IntegerRecommendedSpiritual beliefs are a source of strength1::51= Not at all; 2= A little; 3= Somewhat; 4= Quite a bit; 5= A lot
cyrm_28IntegerRecommendedProud to be a citizen of the United States1::51= Not at all; 2= A little; 3= Somewhat; 4= Quite a bit; 5= A lot
cyrm01IntegerRecommendedI have people I want to be like1::51= Not at all; 2= A little; 3= Somewhat; 4= Quite a bit; 5= A lot
cyrm02IntegerRecommendedI share/cooperate with people around me1::51= Not at all; 2= A little; 3= Somewhat; 4= Quite a bit; 5= A lot
cyrm03IntegerRecommendedGetting an education is important to me1::51= Not at all; 2= A little; 3= Somewhat; 4= Quite a bit; 5= A lot
cyrm04IntegerRecommendedI know how to behave/act in different situations (such as school, home and church)1::51= Not at all; 2= A little; 3= Somewhat; 4= Quite a bit; 5= A lot
cyrm05IntegerRecommendedMy parent(s)/caregiver(s) watch me closely, they know where I am and what I am doing most of the time1::51= Not at all; 2= A little; 3= Somewhat; 4= Quite a bit; 5= A lot
cyrm06IntegerRecommendedI feel that my parent(s)/caregiver(s) know a lot about me (for example, who my friends are, what I like to do)1::51= Not at all; 2= A little; 3= Somewhat; 4= Quite a bit; 5= A lot
cyrm07IntegerRecommendedThere is enough to eat at home when I am hungry1::51= Not at all; 2= A little; 3= Somewhat; 4= Quite a bit; 5= A lot
cyrm08IntegerRecommendedI try to finish activities that I start1::51= Not at all; 2= A little; 3= Somewhat; 4= Quite a bit; 5= A lot
cyrm09IntegerRecommendedSpiritual beliefs are a source of strength for me (for example, believing in a God or Allah)1::51= Not at all; 2= A little; 3= Somewhat; 4= Quite a bit; 5= A lot
cyrm10IntegerRecommendedI am proud of my ethnic background (for example, I know where my family comes from or know about my family�s history1::51= Not at all; 2= A little; 3= Somewhat; 4= Quite a bit; 5= A lot
cyrm11IntegerRecommendedPeople think I am fun to be with1::51= Not at all; 2= A little; 3= Somewhat; 4= Quite a bit; 5= A lot
cyrm12IntegerRecommendedI talk to my family about how I feel (for example when I am hurt or sad)1::51= Not at all; 2= A little; 3= Somewhat; 4= Quite a bit; 5= A lot
cyrm13IntegerRecommendedWhen things don�t go my way, I can fix it without hurting myself or other people (for example hitting others or saying nasty things1::51= Not at all; 2= A little; 3= Somewhat; 4= Quite a bit; 5= A lot
cyrm14IntegerRecommendedI feel supported by my friends1::51= Not at all; 2= A little; 3= Somewhat; 4= Quite a bit; 5= A lot
cyrm15IntegerRecommendedI know where to go to get help1::51= Not at all; 2= A little; 3= Somewhat; 4= Quite a bit; 5= A lot
cyrm16IntegerRecommendedI feel I belong at my school1::51= Not at all; 2= A little; 3= Somewhat; 4= Quite a bit; 5= A lot
cyrm17IntegerRecommendedI think my family cares about me when times are hard (for example if I am sick or have done something wrong)1::51= Not at all; 2= A little; 3= Somewhat; 4= Quite a bit; 5= A lot
cyrm18IntegerRecommendedI think my friends care about me when times are hard (for example if I am sick or have done something wrong)1::51= Not at all; 2= A little; 3= Somewhat; 4= Quite a bit; 5= A lot
cyrm19IntegerRecommendedI am treated fairly1::51= Not at all; 2= A little; 3= Somewhat; 4= Quite a bit; 5= A lot
cyrm20IntegerRecommendedI have chances to show others that I am growing up and can do things by myself1::51= Not at all; 2= A little; 3= Somewhat; 4= Quite a bit; 5= A lot
cyrm21IntegerRecommendedI know what I am good at1::51= Not at all; 2= A little; 3= Somewhat; 4= Quite a bit; 5= A lot
cyrm22IntegerRecommendedI participate in religious activities (such as church, mosque)1::51= Not at all; 2= A little; 3= Somewhat; 4= Quite a bit; 5= A lot
cyrm23IntegerRecommendedI think it is important to help out in my community1::51= Not at all; 2= A little; 3= Somewhat; 4= Quite a bit; 5= A lot
cyrm24IntegerRecommendedI feel safe when I am with my family1::51= Not at all; 2= A little; 3= Somewhat; 4= Quite a bit; 5= A lot
cyrm25IntegerRecommendedI have chances to learn things that will be useful when I am older (like cooking, working, and helping others)1::51= Not at all; 2= A little; 3= Somewhat; 4= Quite a bit; 5= A lot
cyrm26IntegerRecommendedI like the way my family celebrates things (like holidays or learning about my culture)1::51= Not at all; 2= A little; 3= Somewhat; 4= Quite a bit; 5= A lot
cyrm27IntegerRecommendedI like the way my community celebrates things (like holidays, festivals)1::51= Not at all; 2= A little; 3= Somewhat; 4= Quite a bit; 5= A lot
cyrm28IntegerRecommendedI am proud to be a citizen of the United States1::51= Not at all; 2= A little; 3= Somewhat; 4= Quite a bit; 5= A lot
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