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Dyadic Coping Inventory

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Dyadic Coping Inventory (DCI; Bodenmann, 2008). 37-item self-report measure of how couple handles stress. Rate how frequently they and their partner engage in a variety of coping and communication behaviors from 1 (very rarely) to 5 (very often).
Clinical Assessments
Coping
09/18/2014
dci01
09/18/2014
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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 Required field
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 the subject M;F M = Male; F = Female gender
Query comstress_1 Integer Recommended 1. I let my partner know that I appreciate his/her practical support, advice, or help. 1::5 1=Very rarely; 2=Rarely; 3=Sometimes; 4=Often; 5=Very Often
Query comstress_2 Integer Recommended 2. I ask my partner to do things for me when I have too much to do. 1::5 1=Very rarely; 2=Rarely; 3=Sometimes; 4=Often; 5=Very Often
Query comstress_3 Integer Recommended 3. I show my partner through my behavior that I am not doing well or when I have problems. 1::5 1=Very rarely; 2=Rarely; 3=Sometimes; 4=Often; 5=Very Often
Query comstress_4 Integer Recommended 4. I tell my partner openly how I feel and that I would appreciate his/her support. 1::5 1=Very rarely; 2=Rarely; 3=Sometimes; 4=Often; 5=Very Often
Query feelstress_1 Integer Recommended 5. My partner shows empathy and understanding to me. 1::5 1=Very rarely; 2=Rarely; 3=Sometimes; 4=Often; 5=Very Often
Query feelstress_2 Integer Recommended 6. My partner expresses that he/she is on my side. 1::5 1=Very rarely; 2=Rarely; 3=Sometimes; 4=Often; 5=Very Often
Query feelstress_3 Integer Recommended 7. My partner blames me for not coping well with stress. 1::5 5=Very rarely; 4=Rarely; 3=Sometimes; 2=Often; 1=Very Often
Query feelstress_4 Integer Recommended 8. My partner helps me see stressful situations in a different light. 1::5 1=Very rarely; 2=Rarely; 3=Sometimes; 4=Often; 5=Very Often
Query feelstress_5 Integer Recommended 9. My partner listens to me and gives me the opportunity to communicate what really bothers me. 1::5 1=Very rarely; 2=Rarely; 3=Sometimes; 4=Often; 5=Very Often
Query feelstress_6 Integer Recommended 10. My partner does not take my stress seriously. 1::5 5=Very rarely; 4=Rarely; 3=Sometimes; 2=Often; 1=Very Often
Query feelstress_7 Integer Recommended 11. My partner provides support, but does so unwillingly and unmotivated. 1::5 5=Very rarely; 4=Rarely; 3=Sometimes; 2=Often; 1=Very Often
Query feelstress_8 Integer Recommended 12. My partner takes on things that I normally do in order to help me out. 1::5 1=Very rarely; 2=Rarely; 3=Sometimes; 4=Often; 5=Very Often
Query feelstress_9 Integer Recommended 13. My partner helps me analyze the situation so that I can better face the problem. 1::5 1=Very rarely; 2=Rarely; 3=Sometimes; 4=Often; 5=Very Often
Query feelstress_10 Integer Recommended 14. When I am too busy, my partner helps me out. 1::5 1=Very rarely; 2=Rarely; 3=Sometimes; 4=Often; 5=Very Often
Query feelstress_11 Integer Recommended 15. When Im stressed, my partner tends to withdraw. 1::5 5=Very rarely; 4=Rarely; 3=Sometimes; 2=Often; 1=Very Often
Query comfeelstress_1 Integer Recommended 16. My partner lets me know that he/she appreciates my practical support, advice, or help. 1::5 1=Very rarely; 2=Rarely; 3=Sometimes; 4=Often; 5=Very Often
Query comfeelstress_2 Integer Recommended 17. My partner asks me to do things for him/her when he/she has too much to do. 1::5 1=Very rarely; 2=Rarely; 3=Sometimes; 4=Often; 5=Very Often
Query comfeelstress_3 Integer Recommended 18. My partner shows me through his/her behavior that he/she is not doing well or when he/she has problems. 1::5 1=Very rarely; 2=Rarely; 3=Sometimes; 4=Often; 5=Very Often
Query comfeelstress_4 Integer Recommended 19. My partner tells me openly how he/she feels and that he/she would appreciate my support. 1::5 1=Very rarely; 2=Rarely; 3=Sometimes; 4=Often; 5=Very Often
Query maknowstress_1 Integer Recommended 20. I show empathy and understanding to my partner. 1::5 1=Very rarely; 2=Rarely; 3=Sometimes; 4=Often; 5=Very Often
Query maknowstress_2 Integer Recommended 21. I express to my partner that I am on his/her side. 1::5 1=Very rarely; 2=Rarely; 3=Sometimes; 4=Often; 5=Very Often
Query maknowstress_3 Integer Recommended 22. I blame my partner for not coping will enough with stress. 1::5 5=Very rarely; 4=Rarely; 3=Sometimes; 2=Often; 1=Very Often
Query maknowstress_4 Integer Recommended 23. I tell my partner that his/her stress is not that bad and help him/her to see the situation in a different light. 1::5 1=Very rarely; 2=Rarely; 3=Sometimes; 4=Often; 5=Very Often
Query maknowstress_5 Integer Recommended 24. I listen to my partner and give him/her space and time to communicate what really bothers him/her. 1::5 1=Very rarely; 2=Rarely; 3=Sometimes; 4=Often; 5=Very Often
Query maknowstress_6 Integer Recommended 25. I do not take my partner's stress seriously. 1::5 5=Very rarely; 4=Rarely; 3=Sometimes; 2=Often; 1=Very Often
Query maknowstress_7 Integer Recommended 26. When my partner is stressed, I tend to withdraw. 1::5 5=Very rarely; 4=Rarely; 3=Sometimes; 2=Often; 1=Very Often
Query maknowstress_8 Integer Recommended 27. I provide support, but I do so unwillingly and unmotivated because I think that he/she should cope with his/her problems on his/her own. 1::5 5=Very rarely; 4=Rarely; 3=Sometimes; 2=Often; 1=Very Often
Query maknowstress_9 Integer Recommended 28. I take on things that my partner would normally do in order to help him/her out. 1::5 1=Very rarely; 2=Rarely; 3=Sometimes; 4=Often; 5=Very Often
Query maknowstress_10 Integer Recommended 29. I try to analyze the situation together with my partner in an objective manner and help him/her to understand and change the problem. 1::5 1=Very rarely; 2=Rarely; 3=Sometimes; 4=Often; 5=Very Often
Query maknowstress_11 Integer Recommended 30. When my partner feels he/she has too much to do, I help him/her out. 1::5 1=Very rarely; 2=Rarely; 3=Sometimes; 4=Often; 5=Very Often
Query bothfeelstress_1 Integer Recommended 31. We try to cope with the problem together and search for ascertained solutions. 1::5 1=Very rarely; 2=Rarely; 3=Sometimes; 4=Often; 5=Very Often
Query bothfeelstress_2 Integer Recommended 32. We engage in a serious discussion about the problems and think through what has to be done. 1::5 1=Very rarely; 2=Rarely; 3=Sometimes; 4=Often; 5=Very Often
Query bothfeelstress_3 Integer Recommended 33. We help one another to put the problem in perspective and see it in a new light. 1::5 1=Very rarely; 2=Rarely; 3=Sometimes; 4=Often; 5=Very Often
Query bothfeelstress_4 Integer Recommended 34. We help each other relax with such things like massage, taking a bath together, or listening to music together. 1::5 1=Very rarely; 2=Rarely; 3=Sometimes; 4=Often; 5=Very Often
Query bothfeelstress_5 Integer Recommended 35. We are affectionate to each other, make love and try that way to cope with stress 1::5 1=Very rarely; 2=Rarely; 3=Sometimes; 4=Often; 5=Very Often
Query evalcop_1 Integer Recommended 36. I am satisfied with the support I receive from my partner and the way we deal with stress together. 1::5 1=Very rarely; 2=Rarely; 3=Sometimes; 4=Often; 5=Very Often
Query evalcop_2 Integer Recommended 37. I am satisfied with the support I receive from my partner and I find as a couple the way we deal with stress together is effective. 1::5 1=Very rarely; 2=Rarely; 3=Sometimes; 4=Often; 5=Very Often
Query dci_ts Integer Required DCI Total score 1::185
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