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Dissociative Disorder Integration Measure

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DID Integration Measure, DID Experiences Survey, DID Vignettes
Clinical Assessments
Psychosis
12/06/2017
did01
12/06/2017
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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
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 gender
did1 Integer Recommended 1. Are you aware of there being other parts/identities within yourself? 1::5 1= No, I'm not aware of other parts; 2= I sometimes believe that there are other parts; 3= I often believe that there are other parts; 4= I know there are other parts most of the time; 5= I always know there are other parts
did2 Integer Recommended Approximately how many parts do you there are?
did3 Integer Recommended 2. Do you think there might be any parts that you don't know about? 1::5 1= I don't know; 2= No, I know about most or all the parts; 3= There might be, but I don't like to think about it; 4= I think so, but Im not sure; 5= Yes, I know there are
did4 Integer Recommended 3. Do the other parts/identities communicate with you? 1::4 1= No they don't; 2= They occasionally communicate with me; 3= They sometimes communicate with me; 4= They often communicate with me
did5 String 100 Recommended How do the parts communicate with you (voices, thoughts, other ways)?
did6 String 100 Recommended Is there more than one part helping to fill out this questionnaire?
did7 Integer Recommended 4. How do you feel about other parts/identities communicating with you? 1::5 1= I don't want to know about them; 2= I usually don't want communication; 3= I sometimes feel I might want communication; 4= I'm often open to communication; 5= I'm comfortable with most or all of their communication
did8 String 100 Recommended In what way do you perceive other identities/parts, for example, do you hear their voices, visualize them, or some other ways?
did9 Integer Recommended 5. Are you able to communicate with other parts/identities in general? 0::4 0= I don't communicate with any of them; 1= I occasionally communicate with only a few of them; 2= I sometimes communicate with some of them; 3= I often communicate with many of them; 4= I communicate easily with all of them
did10 Integer Recommended Approximately how many parts are you able to communicate at least a little with? _____
did11 Integer Recommended Approximately how many parts are you able to communicate very well with? _____
did12 String 25 Recommended In what ways do you communicate with other parts (talking out loud, talking inside, thinking, other ways)?
did13 Integer Recommended 6. Do you share co-consciousness with other parts, that is, are you aware of what they are thinking and/or doing? 0::4 0= Never, or with none of the parts; 1= Rarely, or with only a few parts; 2= Sometimes, or with some parts; 3= Often, or with many parts; 4= Always, or with all of the parts
did14 Integer Recommended 7. When other parts are out (in the body), are you aware of what happens, for example, watching or listening or both being out at once? 0::4 0= Never, or with none of the parts; 1= Rarely, or with only a few parts; 2= Sometimes, or with some parts; 3= Often, or with many parts; 4= Always, or with all of the parts
did15 Integer Recommended 8. Is there cooperation between you and other parts/identities, for example about the times/places when other parts come out? 0::4 0= Never, or with none of the parts; 1= Rarely, or with only a few parts; 2= Sometimes, or with some parts; 3= Often, or with many parts; 4= Always, or with all of the parts
did16 Integer Recommended 9. How would you describe how you feel about the other parts/identities? 0::4 0= I don't want to know anything about them; 1= I understand a little about a few of them, but can't deal with most of them; 2= I understand some of them, but have a hard time with others; 3= Often, or with many parts; 4= Always, or with all of the parts
did17 Integer Recommended 10. Approximately how long have you been working on developing communication and cooperation between your parts?
did18 Float Recommended 11. Overall, how often do you feel you communicate and work together with your identities/parts? 0::100 % of the time
didvignette1 String 255 Recommended Story 1: Please describe the main events of the story in a few sentences.
didvignette2 String 1 Recommended Story 1: 1) The narrator went sailing: a;b;c;d a= for her birthday; b= on a Saturday; c= every weekend; d= for the first time
didvignette3 String 1 Recommended Story 1: 2) At the end of the story, the sailboat was: a;b;c;d a= at the docks; b= on the ocean; c= close to shore; d= in the middle of the lake
didvignette4 String 1 Recommended Story 1: 3) Who was an experienced sailor? a;b;c;d a= the narrators mother; b= the narrators grandfather; c= the narrator; d= the narrators father
didvignette5 String 1 Recommended Story 1: 4) What card game did the narrator already know how to play? a;b;c;d a= go-fish; b= crazy 8's; c= gin rummy; d= poker
didvignette6 String 1 Recommended Story 1: 5) Who went into the cabin with the narrator? a;b;c;d a= no one; b= the narrators mother; c= the narrators father; d= the narrators uncle
didvignette7 String 255 Recommended Story 2: Please describe the main events of the story in a few sentences.
didvignette8 String 1 Recommended Story 2: 1) The site of the picnic was: a;b;c;d a= in the mountains; b= near the narrators house; c= near the narrators cousins house; d= in a shady grove of trees
didvignette9 String 1 Recommended Story 2: 2) At the end of the story, the narrator was: a;b;c;d a= leaving the woods; b= in the woods at night; c= at home; d= in the fort
didvignette10 String 1 Recommended Story 2: 3) What was used to cover the fort? a;b;c;d a= leaves and sticks; b= big branches; c= tree bark; d= branches and moss
didvignette11 String 1 Recommended Story 2: 4) Who was in the fort with the narrator? a;b;c;d a= the narrators sister; b= the narrators mother; c= the narrators brother; d= the narrators babysitter
didvignette12 String 1 Recommended Story 2: 5) What did the narrator do while in the fort? a;b;c;d a= play guessing games; b= look at a magazine; c= play truth or dare; d= play Simon says
didvignette13 String 255 Recommended Story 3: Please describe the main events of the story in a few sentences.
didvignette14 String 1 Recommended Story 3: 1) In the story, the narrator went camping: a;b;c;d a= in July; b= on Labor Day weekend; c= in hunting season; d= during summer
didvignette15 String 1 Recommended Story 3: 2) What was the first thing they did when they got to the campsite? a;b;c;d a= build a fire; b= pitch the tents; c= cook dinner ; d= go for a walk
didvignette16 String 1 Recommended Story 3: 3) How many people went on the camping trip? a;b;c;d a= 2; b= 3; c= 4; d= 5
didvignette17 String 1 Recommended Story 3: 4) What animal did the narrator see? a;b;c;d a= a raccoon; b= an owl; c= a chipmunk; d= a possum
didvignette18 String 1 Recommended Story 3: 5) Where was the narrator at the end of the story? a;b;c;d a= in the car; b= sitting by fire; c= in the tent; d= a short way down a trail
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