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Drug Attitude Inventory

2,192 Shared Subjects

Drug Attitude Inventory
Clinical Assessments
Questionnaire
05/07/2014
dai01
11/08/2017
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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 CATIEID, bid
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.
interview_date Date Required Date on which the interview/genetic test/sampling/imaging/biospecimen was completed. MM/DD/YYYY
sex String 20 Required Sex of subject at birth M;F; O; NR M = Male; F = Female; O=Other; NR = Not reported gender
Query visitid Integer Recommended MetaTrial Visit ID System variable: unique code for each type of visit -use to merge files
Query visit String 60 Recommended Visit name
Query truncvis Integer Recommended Truncated Visit Number Created variable: provides a numeric visit number for all visits, including unscheduled and end of phase
Query phase_ct String 20 Recommended Current Phase. Phase patient was in at the time of the assessment Phase 4 refers to the follow-up phase. Pre-Rand; Phase 1/1A; Phase 2; Phase 3; Phase 4; Phase 1B; Open-Choice Phase; Screening; Phase 1
Query visday Integer Recommended Number of days from study baseline to date of visit daia0b
Query drug01 Integer Recommended 1. good outweighs the bad 1;2 1=True; 2=False daia1
Query drug02 Integer Recommended 2. I feel weird, like a zombie, on med 1;2 1=True; 2=False daia2
Query drug03 Integer Recommended 3. I take meds of my own free choice 1;2 1=True; 2=False daia3
Query drug04 Integer Recommended 4. Medications make me feel more relaxed 1;2 1=True; 2=False daia4
Query drug05 Integer Recommended 5. Meds make me feel tired and sluggish 1;2 1=True; 2=False daia5
Query drug06 Integer Recommended 6. I take medications only when I am sic 1;2 1=True; 2=False daia6
Query drug07 Integer Recommended 7. I feel more normal on medication. 1;2 1=True; 2=False daia7
Query drug08 Integer Recommended 8. It is unnatural for my mind and body 1;2 1=True; 2=False daia8
Query drug09 Integer Recommended 9. My thoughts are clearer on medication 1;2 1=True; 2=False daia9
Query drug10 Integer Recommended 10. Staying on meds prevent me get sick 1;2 1=True; 2=False daia10
Query dai_ts Integer Recommended DAI Total Score Created variable with 20% missing data rule applied: Items 1-10 are re-scaled from (1, 2) to (1, -1) [items 1,3,4,7,9,10] or (-1, 1) [items 2,5,6,8], the re-scaled scores are summed to create the total score.
Query fseqno Integer Recommended Sequence Number 0::999 The FSEQNO variable in the ADJ form has a special interpretation compared to other forms. For example, ADJ FSEQNO of '1' can be thought of as being '001', FSEQNO of '2' can be thought of as being '002', and FSEQNO of '3' can be thought of as being '003'. The first digit of FSEQNO relates to the corresponding ENF sequence number at that visit and the third digit relates to the specific adjudicator who completed the adjudication form.
version_form String 121 Recommended Form used/assessment name
Query amsq11 Integer Recommended People often have to remind me to take my medication tablets. 0;1 0=No; 1=Yes
Query amsq12 Integer Recommended Medications are just as acceptable to me when I consider the need for repeated blood tests and check-ups. 0;1 0=No; 1=Yes
Query amsq13 Integer Recommended I often think that since medication is an artificial way to keep stable I should be able to do without it. 0;1 0=No; 1=Yes
Query amsq14 Integer Recommended It is very easy to remember to take medications at the right time. 0;1 0=No; 1=Yes
Query amsq15 Integer Recommended I often doubt that my condition is sufficiently serious to justify the long-term use of medications. 0;1 0=No; 1=Yes
Query amsq16 Integer Recommended I have an adequate factual knowledge of medications and their effects. 0;1 0=No; 1=Yes
Query amsq17 Integer Recommended Being weak for several months would make me consider coming off medications. 0;1 0=No; 1=Yes
Query amsq18 Integer Recommended If my daily routine changes for any reason I have difficulty in remembering to take my tablets. 0;1 0=No; 1=Yes
Query amsq19 Integer Recommended I am convinced of the beneficial effects of medication from my own personal experience of taking it. 0;1 0=No; 1=Yes
Query amsq4 Integer Recommended Taking medications exactly as prescribed fits in very easily with my daily routine. 0;1 0=No; 1=Yes
Query amsq5 Integer Recommended Finding relief from personal stress is more important than taking medication in keeping me well. 0;1 0=No; 1=Yes
Query amsq6 Integer Recommended I consider that medication is at present necessary for my personal wellbeing. 0;1 0=No; 1=Yes
Query amsq7 Integer Recommended I worry about possible side-effects from my medication tablets, even when I'm feeling well. 0;1 0=No; 1=Yes
Query amsq8 Integer Recommended Most people I know would probably be in favor of my taking medication. 0;1 0=No; 1=Yes
Query amsq9 Integer Recommended I sometimes try to forget I have been ill by taking a break from medication tablets. 0;1 0=No; 1=Yes
Query amsq10 Integer Recommended I rely on my tablets and if they were stopped fro some reason I could be concerned. 0;1 0=No; 1=Yes
Query amsq1 Integer Recommended I would find it perfectly acceptable having to take medications for several years. 0;1 0=No; 1=Yes
Query week Float Recommended Week in level/study 99=week 10-week 14
Query amsq2 Integer Recommended I take mood stabilizer now and then, whenever I feel I need to. 0; 1 0=No; 1=Yes
Query amsq3 Integer Recommended It is definitely worth taking despite its side effects. 0; 1 0=No; 1=Yes
Query amsq_ts Integer Recommended Attitudes toward Mood Stabilizers Questionnaire total score 0 ::19
site String 101 Recommended Site Study Site
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