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Depression Literacy Questionnaire

195 Shared Subjects

N/A
Clinical Assessments
Depression
05/26/2020
dlit01
06/03/2020
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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 pid
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 visitdate
sex String 20 Required Sex of subject at birth M;F; O; NR M = Male; F = Female; O=Other; NR = Not reported gender
respond Integer Recommended Respondent
1::7;999
1 = Parent; 2 = Teacher; 3=Self; 4= Other; 5= Significant other; 6 = Parent 1; 7 = Parent 2; 999 = Not available form_ext
site String 101 Recommended Site Study Site siteid
weekterm String 20 Recommended Last visit attended tpid
aescode Integer Recommended Staff code number of person completing this form 999= Missing Data userid
dode String 10 Recommended Date of Data Entry dtcomplete
Query visit String 60 Recommended Visit name visits
comments_misc String 4,000 Recommended Miscellaneous comments on study, interview, methodology relevant to this form data
dlit_total Integer Recommended DLIT Total Score 0::22 deplit_total_score
dlit1 Integer Recommended People with depression often speak in a rambling and disjointed way. (False) 0;1;77 0 = Incorrect; 1 = Correct; 77 = I don't know; Correct answers are shown in parentheses
dlit2 Integer Recommended People with depression may feel guilty when they are not at fault. (True) 0;1;77 0 = Incorrect; 1 = Correct; 77 = I don't know; Correct answers are shown in parentheses
dlit3 Integer Recommended Reckless and foolhardy behaviour is a common sign of depression. (False) 0;1;77 0 = Incorrect; 1 = Correct; 77 = I don't know; Correct answers are shown in parentheses
dlit4 Integer Recommended Loss of confidence and poor self-esteem may be a symptom of depression. (True) 0;1;77 0 = Incorrect; 1 = Correct; 77 = I don't know; Correct answers are shown in parentheses
dlit5 Integer Recommended Not stepping on cracks in the footpath may be a sign of depression. (False) 0;1;77 0 = Incorrect; 1 = Correct; 77 = I don't know; Correct answers are shown in parentheses
dlit6 Integer Recommended People with depression often hear voices that are not there. (False) 0;1;77 0 = Incorrect; 1 = Correct; 77 = I don't know; Correct answers are shown in parentheses
sleeping Integer Recommended Sleeping too much or too little may be a sign of depression. (True) 0;1;77 0 = Incorrect; 1 = Correct; 77 = I don't know; Correct answers are shown in parentheses
dlit8 Integer Recommended Eating too much or losing interest in food may be a sign of depression. (True) 0;1;77 0 = Incorrect; 1 = Correct; 77 = I don't know; Correct answers are shown in parentheses eating
memory Integer Recommended Depression does not affect your memory and concentration. (False) 0;1;77 0 = Incorrect; 1 = Correct; 77 = I don't know; Correct answers are shown in parentheses
dlit10 Integer Recommended Having several distinct personalities may be a sign of depression. (False) 0;1;77 0 = Incorrect; 1 = Correct; 77 = I don't know; Correct answers are shown in parentheses
dlit11 Integer Recommended People may move more slowly or become agitated as a result of their depression. (True) 0;1;77 0 = Incorrect; 1 = Correct; 77 = I don't know; Correct answers are shown in parentheses
dlit12 Integer Recommended Clinical psychologists can prescribe antidepressants. (False) 0;1;77 0 = Incorrect; 1 = Correct; 77 = I don't know; Correct answers are shown in parentheses
dlit13 Integer Recommended Moderate depression disrupts a person's life as much as multiple sclerosis or deafness. (True) 0;1;77 0 = Incorrect; 1 = Correct; 77 = I don't know; Correct answers are shown in parentheses
dlit14 Integer Recommended Most people with depression need to be hospitalised. (False) 0;1;77 0 = Incorrect; 1 = Correct; 77 = I don't know; Correct answers are shown in parentheses hospitalized
dlit15 Integer Recommended Many famous people have suffered from depression. (True) 0;1;77 0 = Incorrect; 1 = Correct; 77 = I don't know; Correct answers are shown in parentheses
dlit16 Integer Recommended Many treatments for depression are more effective than antidepressants. (False) 0;1;77 0 = Incorrect; 1 = Correct; 77 = I don't know; Correct answers are shown in parentheses
dlit17 Integer Recommended Counselling is as effective as cognitive behavioural therapy for depression. (False) 0;1;77 0 = Incorrect; 1 = Correct; 77 = I don't know; Correct answers are shown in parentheses
dlit18 Integer Recommended Cognitive behavioural therapy is as effective as antidepressants for mild to moderate depression. (True) 0;1;77 0 = Incorrect; 1 = Correct; 77 = I don't know; Correct answers are shown in parentheses
dlit19 Integer Recommended Of all the alternative and lifestyle treatments for depression, vitamins are likely to be the most helpful. (False) 0;1;77 0 = Incorrect; 1 = Correct; 77 = I don't know; Correct answers are shown in parentheses
dlit20 Integer Recommended People with depression should stop taking antidepressants as soon as they feel better. (False) 0;1;77 0 = Incorrect; 1 = Correct; 77 = I don't know; Correct answers are shown in parentheses
dlit21 Integer Recommended Antidepressants are addictive. (False) 0;1;77 0 = Incorrect; 1 = Correct; 77 = I don't know; Correct answers are shown in parentheses
dlit22 Integer Recommended Antidepressant medications usually work straight away. (False) 0;1;77 0 = Incorrect; 1 = Correct; 77 = I don't know; Correct answers are shown in parentheses medications
version_form String 121 Recommended Form used/assessment name
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