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Domain-Specific Risk-Taking

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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/projectrecord_id
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
comments_miscString4,000RecommendedMiscellaneous comments on study, interview, methodology relevant to this form data
rt_1IntegerRecommendedAdmitting that your tastes are different from those of a friend. (S)1::71 = Extremely Unlikely; 2 = Moderately Unlikely; 3 = Somewhat Unlikely; 4 = Not Sure; 5 = Somewhat Likely; 6 = Moderately Likely; 7 = Extremely Likely
rt_2IntegerRecommendedGoing camping in the wilderness. (R)1::71 = Extremely Unlikely; 2 = Moderately Unlikely; 3 = Somewhat Unlikely; 4 = Not Sure; 5 = Somewhat Likely; 6 = Moderately Likely; 7 = Extremely Likely
rt_3IntegerRecommendedBetting a day's income at the horse races. (F/G)1::71 = Extremely Unlikely; 2 = Moderately Unlikely; 3 = Somewhat Unlikely; 4 = Not Sure; 5 = Somewhat Likely; 6 = Moderately Likely; 7 = Extremely Likely
rt_4IntegerRecommendedInvesting 10% of your annual income in a moderate growth diversified fund. (F/I)1::71 = Extremely Unlikely; 2 = Moderately Unlikely; 3 = Somewhat Unlikely; 4 = Not Sure; 5 = Somewhat Likely; 6 = Moderately Likely; 7 = Extremely Likely
rt_5IntegerRecommendedDrinking heavily at a social function. (H/S)1::71 = Extremely Unlikely; 2 = Moderately Unlikely; 3 = Somewhat Unlikely; 4 = Not Sure; 5 = Somewhat Likely; 6 = Moderately Likely; 7 = Extremely Likely
rt_6IntegerRecommendedTaking some questionable deductions on your income tax return. (E)1::71 = Extremely Unlikely; 2 = Moderately Unlikely; 3 = Somewhat Unlikely; 4 = Not Sure; 5 = Somewhat Likely; 6 = Moderately Likely; 7 = Extremely Likely
rt_7IntegerRecommendedDisagreeing with an authority figure on a major issue. (S)1::71 = Extremely Unlikely; 2 = Moderately Unlikely; 3 = Somewhat Unlikely; 4 = Not Sure; 5 = Somewhat Likely; 6 = Moderately Likely; 7 = Extremely Likely
rt_8IntegerRecommendedBetting a day's income at a high-stake poker game. (F/G)1::71 = Extremely Unlikely; 2 = Moderately Unlikely; 3 = Somewhat Unlikely; 4 = Not Sure; 5 = Somewhat Likely; 6 = Moderately Likely; 7 = Extremely Likely
rt_9IntegerRecommendedHaving an affair with a married man/woman. (E)1::71 = Extremely Unlikely; 2 = Moderately Unlikely; 3 = Somewhat Unlikely; 4 = Not Sure; 5 = Somewhat Likely; 6 = Moderately Likely; 7 = Extremely Likely
rt_10IntegerRecommendedPassing off somebody else's work as your own. (E)1::71 = Extremely Unlikely; 2 = Moderately Unlikely; 3 = Somewhat Unlikely; 4 = Not Sure; 5 = Somewhat Likely; 6 = Moderately Likely; 7 = Extremely Likely
rt_11IntegerRecommendedGoing down a ski run that is beyond your ability. (R)1::71 = Extremely Unlikely; 2 = Moderately Unlikely; 3 = Somewhat Unlikely; 4 = Not Sure; 5 = Somewhat Likely; 6 = Moderately Likely; 7 = Extremely Likely
rt_12IntegerRecommendedInvesting 5% of your annual income in a very speculative stock. (F/I)1::71 = Extremely Unlikely; 2 = Moderately Unlikely; 3 = Somewhat Unlikely; 4 = Not Sure; 5 = Somewhat Likely; 6 = Moderately Likely; 7 = Extremely Likely
rt_13IntegerRecommendedGoing whitewater rafting at high water in the spring. (R)1::71 = Extremely Unlikely; 2 = Moderately Unlikely; 3 = Somewhat Unlikely; 4 = Not Sure; 5 = Somewhat Likely; 6 = Moderately Likely; 7 = Extremely Likely
rt_14IntegerRecommendedBetting a day's income on the outcome of a sporting event (F/G)1::71 = Extremely Unlikely; 2 = Moderately Unlikely; 3 = Somewhat Unlikely; 4 = Not Sure; 5 = Somewhat Likely; 6 = Moderately Likely; 7 = Extremely Likely
rt_15IntegerRecommendedEngaging in unprotected sex. (H/S)1::71 = Extremely Unlikely; 2 = Moderately Unlikely; 3 = Somewhat Unlikely; 4 = Not Sure; 5 = Somewhat Likely; 6 = Moderately Likely; 7 = Extremely Likely
rt_16IntegerRecommendedRevealing a friend's secret to someone else. (E)1::71 = Extremely Unlikely; 2 = Moderately Unlikely; 3 = Somewhat Unlikely; 4 = Not Sure; 5 = Somewhat Likely; 6 = Moderately Likely; 7 = Extremely Likely
rt_17IntegerRecommendedDriving a car without wearing a seat belt. (H/S)1::71 = Extremely Unlikely; 2 = Moderately Unlikely; 3 = Somewhat Unlikely; 4 = Not Sure; 5 = Somewhat Likely; 6 = Moderately Likely; 7 = Extremely Likely
rt_18IntegerRecommendedInvesting 10% of your annual income in a new business venture. (F/I)1::71 = Extremely Unlikely; 2 = Moderately Unlikely; 3 = Somewhat Unlikely; 4 = Not Sure; 5 = Somewhat Likely; 6 = Moderately Likely; 7 = Extremely Likely
rt_19IntegerRecommendedTaking a skydiving class. (R)1::71 = Extremely Unlikely; 2 = Moderately Unlikely; 3 = Somewhat Unlikely; 4 = Not Sure; 5 = Somewhat Likely; 6 = Moderately Likely; 7 = Extremely Likely
rt_20IntegerRecommendedRiding a motorcycle without a helmet. (H/S)1::71 = Extremely Unlikely; 2 = Moderately Unlikely; 3 = Somewhat Unlikely; 4 = Not Sure; 5 = Somewhat Likely; 6 = Moderately Likely; 7 = Extremely Likely
rt_21IntegerRecommendedChoosing a career that you truly enjoy over a more secure one. (S)1::71 = Extremely Unlikely; 2 = Moderately Unlikely; 3 = Somewhat Unlikely; 4 = Not Sure; 5 = Somewhat Likely; 6 = Moderately Likely; 7 = Extremely Likely
rt_22IntegerRecommendedSpeaking your mind about an unpopular issue in a meeting at work. (S)1::71 = Extremely Unlikely; 2 = Moderately Unlikely; 3 = Somewhat Unlikely; 4 = Not Sure; 5 = Somewhat Likely; 6 = Moderately Likely; 7 = Extremely Likely
rt_23IntegerRecommendedSunbathing without sunscreen. (H/S)1::71 = Extremely Unlikely; 2 = Moderately Unlikely; 3 = Somewhat Unlikely; 4 = Not Sure; 5 = Somewhat Likely; 6 = Moderately Likely; 7 = Extremely Likely
rt_24IntegerRecommendedBungee jumping off a tall bridge. (R)1::71 = Extremely Unlikely; 2 = Moderately Unlikely; 3 = Somewhat Unlikely; 4 = Not Sure; 5 = Somewhat Likely; 6 = Moderately Likely; 7 = Extremely Likely
rt_25IntegerRecommendedPiloting a small plane. (R)1::71 = Extremely Unlikely; 2 = Moderately Unlikely; 3 = Somewhat Unlikely; 4 = Not Sure; 5 = Somewhat Likely; 6 = Moderately Likely; 7 = Extremely Likely
rt_26IntegerRecommendedWalking home alone at night in an unsafe area of town. (H/S)1::71 = Extremely Unlikely; 2 = Moderately Unlikely; 3 = Somewhat Unlikely; 4 = Not Sure; 5 = Somewhat Likely; 6 = Moderately Likely; 7 = Extremely Likely
rt_27IntegerRecommendedMoving to a city far away from your extended family. (S)1::71 = Extremely Unlikely; 2 = Moderately Unlikely; 3 = Somewhat Unlikely; 4 = Not Sure; 5 = Somewhat Likely; 6 = Moderately Likely; 7 = Extremely Likely
rt_28IntegerRecommendedStarting a new career in your mid-thirties. (S)1::71 = Extremely Unlikely; 2 = Moderately Unlikely; 3 = Somewhat Unlikely; 4 = Not Sure; 5 = Somewhat Likely; 6 = Moderately Likely; 7 = Extremely Likely
rt_29IntegerRecommendedLeaving your young children alone at home while running an errand. (E)1::71 = Extremely Unlikely; 2 = Moderately Unlikely; 3 = Somewhat Unlikely; 4 = Not Sure; 5 = Somewhat Likely; 6 = Moderately Likely; 7 = Extremely Likely
rt_30IntegerRecommendedNot returning a wallet you found that contains $200. (E)1::71 = Extremely Unlikely; 2 = Moderately Unlikely; 3 = Somewhat Unlikely; 4 = Not Sure; 5 = Somewhat Likely; 6 = Moderately Likely; 7 = Extremely Likely
rp_1IntegerRecommendedAdmitting that your tastes are different from those of a friend. (S)1::71 = Not at all Risky; 2 = Slightly Risky; 3 = Somewhat Risky; 4 = Moderately Risky; 5 = Risky; 6 = Very Risky; 7 = Extremely Risky
rp_2IntegerRecommendedGoing camping in the wilderness. (R)1::71 = Not at all Risky; 2 = Slightly Risky; 3 = Somewhat Risky; 4 = Moderately Risky; 5 = Risky; 6 = Very Risky; 7 = Extremely Risky
rp_3IntegerRecommendedBetting a day's income at the horse races. (F/G)1::71 = Not at all Risky; 2 = Slightly Risky; 3 = Somewhat Risky; 4 = Moderately Risky; 5 = Risky; 6 = Very Risky; 7 = Extremely Risky
rp_4IntegerRecommendedInvesting 10% of your annual income in a moderate growth diversified fund. (F/I)1::71 = Not at all Risky; 2 = Slightly Risky; 3 = Somewhat Risky; 4 = Moderately Risky; 5 = Risky; 6 = Very Risky; 7 = Extremely Risky
rp_5IntegerRecommendedDrinking heavily at a social function. (H/S)1::71 = Not at all Risky; 2 = Slightly Risky; 3 = Somewhat Risky; 4 = Moderately Risky; 5 = Risky; 6 = Very Risky; 7 = Extremely Risky
rp_6IntegerRecommendedTaking some questionable deductions on your income tax return. (E)1::71 = Not at all Risky; 2 = Slightly Risky; 3 = Somewhat Risky; 4 = Moderately Risky; 5 = Risky; 6 = Very Risky; 7 = Extremely Risky
rp_7IntegerRecommendedDisagreeing with an authority figure on a major issue. (S)1::71 = Not at all Risky; 2 = Slightly Risky; 3 = Somewhat Risky; 4 = Moderately Risky; 5 = Risky; 6 = Very Risky; 7 = Extremely Risky
rp_8IntegerRecommendedBetting a day's income at a high-stake poker game. (F/G)1::71 = Not at all Risky; 2 = Slightly Risky; 3 = Somewhat Risky; 4 = Moderately Risky; 5 = Risky; 6 = Very Risky; 7 = Extremely Risky
rp_9IntegerRecommendedHaving an affair with a married man/woman. (E)1::71 = Not at all Risky; 2 = Slightly Risky; 3 = Somewhat Risky; 4 = Moderately Risky; 5 = Risky; 6 = Very Risky; 7 = Extremely Risky
rp_10IntegerRecommendedPassing off somebody else's work as your own. (E)1::71 = Not at all Risky; 2 = Slightly Risky; 3 = Somewhat Risky; 4 = Moderately Risky; 5 = Risky; 6 = Very Risky; 7 = Extremely Risky
rp_11IntegerRecommendedGoing down a ski run that is beyond your ability. (R)1::71 = Not at all Risky; 2 = Slightly Risky; 3 = Somewhat Risky; 4 = Moderately Risky; 5 = Risky; 6 = Very Risky; 7 = Extremely Risky
rp_12IntegerRecommendedInvesting 5% of your annual income in a very speculative stock. (F/I)1::71 = Not at all Risky; 2 = Slightly Risky; 3 = Somewhat Risky; 4 = Moderately Risky; 5 = Risky; 6 = Very Risky; 7 = Extremely Risky
rp_13IntegerRecommendedGoing whitewater rafting at high water in the spring. (R)1::71 = Not at all Risky; 2 = Slightly Risky; 3 = Somewhat Risky; 4 = Moderately Risky; 5 = Risky; 6 = Very Risky; 7 = Extremely Risky
rp_14IntegerRecommendedBetting a day's income on the outcome of a sporting event (F/G)1::71 = Not at all Risky; 2 = Slightly Risky; 3 = Somewhat Risky; 4 = Moderately Risky; 5 = Risky; 6 = Very Risky; 7 = Extremely Risky
rp_15IntegerRecommendedEngaging in unprotected sex. (H/S)1::71 = Not at all Risky; 2 = Slightly Risky; 3 = Somewhat Risky; 4 = Moderately Risky; 5 = Risky; 6 = Very Risky; 7 = Extremely Risky
rp_16IntegerRecommendedRevealing a friend's secret to someone else. (E)1::71 = Not at all Risky; 2 = Slightly Risky; 3 = Somewhat Risky; 4 = Moderately Risky; 5 = Risky; 6 = Very Risky; 7 = Extremely Risky
rp_17IntegerRecommendedDriving a car without wearing a seat belt. (H/S)1::71 = Not at all Risky; 2 = Slightly Risky; 3 = Somewhat Risky; 4 = Moderately Risky; 5 = Risky; 6 = Very Risky; 7 = Extremely Risky
rp_18IntegerRecommendedInvesting 10% of your annual income in a new business venture. (F/I)1::71 = Not at all Risky; 2 = Slightly Risky; 3 = Somewhat Risky; 4 = Moderately Risky; 5 = Risky; 6 = Very Risky; 7 = Extremely Risky
rp_19IntegerRecommendedTaking a skydiving class. (R)1::71 = Not at all Risky; 2 = Slightly Risky; 3 = Somewhat Risky; 4 = Moderately Risky; 5 = Risky; 6 = Very Risky; 7 = Extremely Risky
rp_20IntegerRecommendedRiding a motorcycle without a helmet. (H/S)1::71 = Not at all Risky; 2 = Slightly Risky; 3 = Somewhat Risky; 4 = Moderately Risky; 5 = Risky; 6 = Very Risky; 7 = Extremely Risky
rp_21IntegerRecommendedChoosing a career that you truly enjoy over a more secure one. (S)1::71 = Not at all Risky; 2 = Slightly Risky; 3 = Somewhat Risky; 4 = Moderately Risky; 5 = Risky; 6 = Very Risky; 7 = Extremely Risky
rp_22IntegerRecommendedSpeaking your mind about an unpopular issue in a meeting at work. (S)1::71 = Not at all Risky; 2 = Slightly Risky; 3 = Somewhat Risky; 4 = Moderately Risky; 5 = Risky; 6 = Very Risky; 7 = Extremely Risky
rp_23IntegerRecommendedSunbathing without sunscreen. (H/S)1::71 = Not at all Risky; 2 = Slightly Risky; 3 = Somewhat Risky; 4 = Moderately Risky; 5 = Risky; 6 = Very Risky; 7 = Extremely Risky
rp_24IntegerRecommendedBungee jumping off a tall bridge. (R)1::71 = Not at all Risky; 2 = Slightly Risky; 3 = Somewhat Risky; 4 = Moderately Risky; 5 = Risky; 6 = Very Risky; 7 = Extremely Risky
rp_25IntegerRecommendedPiloting a small plane. (R)1::71 = Not at all Risky; 2 = Slightly Risky; 3 = Somewhat Risky; 4 = Moderately Risky; 5 = Risky; 6 = Very Risky; 7 = Extremely Risky
rp_26IntegerRecommendedWalking home alone at night in an unsafe area of town. (H/S)1::71 = Not at all Risky; 2 = Slightly Risky; 3 = Somewhat Risky; 4 = Moderately Risky; 5 = Risky; 6 = Very Risky; 7 = Extremely Risky
rp_27IntegerRecommendedMoving to a city far away from your extended family. (S)1::71 = Not at all Risky; 2 = Slightly Risky; 3 = Somewhat Risky; 4 = Moderately Risky; 5 = Risky; 6 = Very Risky; 7 = Extremely Risky
rp_28IntegerRecommendedStarting a new career in your mid-thirties. (S)1::71 = Not at all Risky; 2 = Slightly Risky; 3 = Somewhat Risky; 4 = Moderately Risky; 5 = Risky; 6 = Very Risky; 7 = Extremely Risky
rp_29IntegerRecommendedLeaving your young children alone at home while running an errand. (E)1::71 = Not at all Risky; 2 = Slightly Risky; 3 = Somewhat Risky; 4 = Moderately Risky; 5 = Risky; 6 = Very Risky; 7 = Extremely Risky
rp_30IntegerRecommendedNot returning a wallet you found that contains $200. (E)1::71 = Not at all Risky; 2 = Slightly Risky; 3 = Somewhat Risky; 4 = Moderately Risky; 5 = Risky; 6 = Very Risky; 7 = Extremely Risky
rb_1IntegerRecommendedAdmitting that your tastes are different from those of a friend. (S)1::71 = Not benefits at all; 4 = Moderate benefits; 7 = Great benefits
rb_2IntegerRecommendedGoing camping in the wilderness. (R)1::71 = Not benefits at all; 4 = Moderate benefits; 7 = Great benefits
rb_3IntegerRecommendedBetting a day's income at the horse races. (F/G)1::71 = Not benefits at all; 4 = Moderate benefits; 7 = Great benefits
rb_4IntegerRecommendedInvesting 10% of your annual income in a moderate growth diversified fund. (F/I)1::71 = Not benefits at all; 4 = Moderate benefits; 7 = Great benefits
rb_5IntegerRecommendedDrinking heavily at a social function. (H/S)1::71 = Not benefits at all; 4 = Moderate benefits; 7 = Great benefits
rb_6IntegerRecommendedTaking some questionable deductions on your income tax return. (E)1::71 = Not benefits at all; 4 = Moderate benefits; 7 = Great benefits
rb_7IntegerRecommendedDisagreeing with an authority figure on a major issue. (S)1::71 = Not benefits at all; 4 = Moderate benefits; 7 = Great benefits
rb_8IntegerRecommendedBetting a day's income at a high-stake poker game. (F/G)1::71 = Not benefits at all; 4 = Moderate benefits; 7 = Great benefits
rb_9IntegerRecommendedHaving an affair with a married man/woman. (E)1::71 = Not benefits at all; 4 = Moderate benefits; 7 = Great benefits
rb_10IntegerRecommendedPassing off somebody else's work as your own. (E)1::71 = Not benefits at all; 4 = Moderate benefits; 7 = Great benefits
rb_11IntegerRecommendedGoing down a ski run that is beyond your ability. (R)1::71 = Not benefits at all; 4 = Moderate benefits; 7 = Great benefits
rb_12IntegerRecommendedInvesting 5% of your annual income in a very speculative stock. (F/I)1::71 = Not benefits at all; 4 = Moderate benefits; 7 = Great benefits
rb_13IntegerRecommendedGoing whitewater rafting at high water in the spring. (R)1::71 = Not benefits at all; 4 = Moderate benefits; 7 = Great benefits
rb_14IntegerRecommendedBetting a day's income on the outcome of a sporting event (F/G)1::71 = Not benefits at all; 4 = Moderate benefits; 7 = Great benefits
rb_15IntegerRecommendedEngaging in unprotected sex. (H/S)1::71 = Not benefits at all; 4 = Moderate benefits; 7 = Great benefits
rb_16IntegerRecommendedRevealing a friend's secret to someone else. (E)1::71 = Not benefits at all; 4 = Moderate benefits; 7 = Great benefits
rb_17IntegerRecommendedDriving a car without wearing a seat belt. (H/S)1::71 = Not benefits at all; 4 = Moderate benefits; 7 = Great benefits
rb_18IntegerRecommendedInvesting 10% of your annual income in a new business venture. (F/I)1::71 = Not benefits at all; 4 = Moderate benefits; 7 = Great benefits
rb_19IntegerRecommendedTaking a skydiving class. (R)1::71 = Not benefits at all; 4 = Moderate benefits; 7 = Great benefits
rb_20IntegerRecommendedRiding a motorcycle without a helmet. (H/S)1::71 = Not benefits at all; 4 = Moderate benefits; 7 = Great benefits
rb_21IntegerRecommendedChoosing a career that you truly enjoy over a more secure one. (S)1::71 = Not benefits at all; 4 = Moderate benefits; 7 = Great benefits
rb_22IntegerRecommendedSpeaking your mind about an unpopular issue in a meeting at work. (S)1::71 = Not benefits at all; 4 = Moderate benefits; 7 = Great benefits
rb_23IntegerRecommendedSunbathing without sunscreen. (H/S)1::71 = Not benefits at all; 4 = Moderate benefits; 7 = Great benefits
rb_24IntegerRecommendedBungee jumping off a tall bridge. (R)1::71 = Not benefits at all; 4 = Moderate benefits; 7 = Great benefits
rb_25IntegerRecommendedPiloting a small plane. (R)1::71 = Not benefits at all; 4 = Moderate benefits; 7 = Great benefits
rb_26IntegerRecommendedWalking home alone at night in an unsafe area of town. (H/S)1::71 = Not benefits at all; 4 = Moderate benefits; 7 = Great benefits
rb_27IntegerRecommendedMoving to a city far away from your extended family. (S)1::71 = Not benefits at all; 4 = Moderate benefits; 7 = Great benefits
rb_28IntegerRecommendedStarting a new career in your mid-thirties. (S)1::71 = Not benefits at all; 4 = Moderate benefits; 7 = Great benefits
rb_29IntegerRecommendedLeaving your young children alone at home while running an errand. (E)1::71 = Not benefits at all; 4 = Moderate benefits; 7 = Great benefits
rb_30IntegerRecommendedNot returning a wallet you found that contains $200. (E)1::71 = Not benefits at all; 4 = Moderate benefits; 7 = Great benefits
rt_ethical_sumIntegerRecommendedRisk Taking - ethical domain
rt_financial_sumIntegerRecommendedRisk Taking - financial domain
rt_health_sumIntegerRecommendedRisk Taking - health domain
rt_recreational_sumIntegerRecommendedRisk Taking - recreational domain
rt_social_sumIntegerRecommendedRisk Taking - social domain
rp_ethical_sumIntegerRecommendedRisk Perception - ethical domain
rp_financial_sumIntegerRecommendedRisk Perception - financial domain
rp_health_sumIntegerRecommendedRisk Perception - health domain
rp_recreational_sumIntegerRecommendedRisk Perception - recreational domain
rp_social_sumIntegerRecommendedRisk Perception - social domain
rb_ethical_sumIntegerRecommendedExpected Benefits - ethical domain
rb_financial_sumIntegerRecommendedExpected Benefits - financial domain
rb_health_sumIntegerRecommendedExpected Benefits - health domain
rb_recreational_sumIntegerRecommendedExpected Benefits - recreational domain
rb_social_sumIntegerRecommendedExpected Benefits - social domain
form_completedIntegerRecommendedWas the form completed?1::41=Yes; 2=No; 3=Unverified; 4 = N/A-Not in age range
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