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Eating Disorder Diagnostic Interview

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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/project
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.
sexString20RecommendedSex of the subjectM;FM = Male; F = Femalegender
adis_interviewformatIntegerRecommendedInterview Format
1;2; 999
1=On Phone; 2=In Person; 999 = Missinginttype, phone_interview
binge_epi1IntegerRecommendedOn how many days did you have a binge episode?binge_epi10, binge_epi11, binge_epi12, binge_epi2, binge_epi3, binge_epi4, binge_epi5, binge_epi6, binge_epi7, binge_epi8, binge_epi9, ede1dys1, ede1dys10, ede1dys11, ede1dys12, ede1dys2, ede1dys3, ede1dys4, ede1dys5, ede1dys6, ede1dys7, ede1dys8, ede1dys9
binge_days1IntegerRecommendedHow many bingeing episodes did you have on each bingeing day?binge_days10, binge_days11, binge_days12, binge_days2, binge_days3, binge_days4, binge_days5, binge_days6, binge_days7, binge_days8, binge_days9, ede1eps1, ede1eps10, ede1eps11, ede1eps12, ede1eps2, ede1eps3, ede1eps4, ede1eps5, ede1eps6, ede1eps7, ede1eps8, ede1eps9
mini_binge3IntegerRecommendedBinge Eating Disorder: Eat more rapidly than normal?0;1;3;9990=No; 1=Yes; 3 = N/A; 999 = Missingede2
mini_binge4IntegerRecommendedBinge Eating Disorder: Eat until you felt uncomfortably full?0;1;3;9990=No; 1=Yes; 3 = N/A; 999 = Missingede3
ede4IntegerRecommendedDuring these binge episodes, did you eat large amounts of food when you didn't feel physically hungry?0;1; 3; 9990 = No; 1 = Yes; 3 = N/A; 999 = Missing
mini_binge6IntegerRecommendedBinge Eating Disorder: Eat alone because you felt embarrassed about how much you were eating?0;1;3;9990=No; 1=Yes; 3 = N/A; 999 = Missingede5
mini_binge7IntegerRecommendedBinge Eating Disorder: Feel guilty, depressed or disgusted with yourself after binging?0;1;3;9990=No; 1=Yes; 3 = N/A; 999 = Missingede6
ede7IntegerRecommendedDuring these binge episodes, did you feel upset that you couldn't control your eating?0;1; 3; 9990 = No; 1 = Yes; 3 = N/A; 999 = Missing
sick1IntegerRecommendedHave you made yourself sick (i.e., throw-up) as a means of controlling your shape or weight? How many episodes of self-induced vomiting have occurred?999 = Missingede8sck1, ede8sck10, ede8sck11, ede8sck12, ede8sck2, ede8sck3, ede8sck4, ede8sck5, ede8sck6, ede8sck7, ede8sck8, ede8sck9, sick10, sick11, sick12, sick2, sick3, sick4, sick5, sick6, sick7, sick8, sick9
lax1IntegerRecommendedHave you taken laxatives or diuretics (water pills) as a means of controlling your shape or weight? (e.g. medicines such as Ex-Lax, Correctol, Phenamint, Nature's Remedy, Sunril, Aqua-Ban, Pamprin, Midol-PMS.) How many episodes of laxative/diuretic use to control your shape or weight have occurred?999 = Missingede9lax1, ede9lax10, ede9lax11, ede9lax12, ede9lax2, ede9lax3, ede9lax4, ede9lax5, ede9lax6, ede9lax7, ede9lax8, ede9lax9, lax10, lax11, lax12, lax2, lax3, lax4, lax5, lax6, lax7, lax8, lax9
dietpills1IntegerRecommendedHave you used diet pills (e.g. Dexatrim, Dietac, Acutrim) as a means of controlling your shape or weight? How many episodes of diet pill use to control shape or weight have occurred?999 = Missingdietpills10, dietpills11, dietpills12, dietpills2, dietpills3, dietpills4, dietpills5, dietpills6, dietpills7, dietpills8, dietpills9, ede9apill1, ede9apill10, ede9apill11, ede9apill12, ede9apill2, ede9apill3, ede9apill4, ede9apill5, ede9apill6, ede9apill7, ede9apill8, ede9apill9
fast1IntegerRecommendedHave you fasted (meaning have you skipped at least 2 meals in a row) as a means of controlling your shape or weight? How many episodes of fasting to control your shape or weight have occurred?999 = Missingede10fst1, ede10fst10, ede10fst11, ede10fst12, ede10fst2, ede10fst3, ede10fst4, ede10fst5, ede10fst6, ede10fst7, ede10fst8, ede10fst9, fast10, fast11, fast12, fast2, fast3, fast4, fast5, fast6, fast7, fast8, fast9
exer1IntegerRecommendedOver the past 4 weeks have you engaged in exercise that was intended to burn calories to compensate for "overconsumption" of eating or drinking? How many days of compensatory exercise occurred in the past 4 weeks? (Month 1)999 = Missingede11ex1, ede11ex10, ede11ex11, ede11ex12, ede11ex2, ede11ex3, ede11ex4, ede11ex5, ede11ex6, ede11ex7, ede11ex8, ede11ex9, exer10, exer11, exer12, exer2, exer3, exer4, exer5, exer6, exer7, exer8, exer9
formexerIntegerRecommendedTypically what form of exercise have you done?1::31;9991 = Running; 2 = Jogging; 3 = Walking; 4 = Pushups; 5 = Sit-ups/Crunches/Core Exercises; 6 = Treadmill; 7 = Biking/Stationary Bike; 8 = Stairstepper/Stairmaster; 9 = Swimming; 10 = Boxing; 11 = Pilates; 12 = Yoga; 13 = Leg Lifts; 14 = Lunges; 15 = Weight Lifting; 16 = Cardio/Aerobics; 17 = Dancing; 18 = Racquetball; 19 = Trampoline; 20 = Elliptical; 21 = Soccer; 22 = Basketball; 23 = Rowing; 24 = Rugby; 25 = Arc Trainer; 26 = Tennis; 27 = Badminton; 28 = Kickboxing; 29 = Hiking; 30 = Rock Climbing; 31 = Cross Fit/ Boot camp; 999 = Missingede12
duraexerFloatRecommendedTypical duration (in minutes) per exercise episode?999 = Missingede13
importanceIntegerRecommendedHas your weight and/or shape important in influencing how you feel about yourself as a person (i.e. how you judge, think, evaluate yourself)? ("On a scale of 0 to 6 . . .")0::6; 9990 = No importance; 2 = Some importance (definitely aspect of self-evaluation); 4 = Moderate importance (definitely one of the main aspects of self-evaluation); 6 = Supreme importance (nothing is more important in terms of self-evaluation); 999 = Missingede14
imp1IntegerRecommendedOver the past 4 weeks has your weight and/or shape important in influencing how you feel about yourself as a person (i.e. how you judge, think, evaluate yourself)? ("On a scale of 0 to 6 . . .") (Month 1)0::6; 9990 = No importance; 2 = Some importance (definitely aspect of self-evaluation); 4 = Moderate importance (definitely one of the main aspects of self-evaluation); 6 = Supreme importance (nothing is more important in terms of self-evaluation); 999 = Missingede15imp1, ede15imp10, ede15imp11, ede15imp12, ede15imp2, ede15imp3, ede15imp4, ede15imp5, ede15imp6, ede15imp7, ede15imp8, ede15imp9, imp10, imp11, imp12, imp2, imp3, imp4, imp5, imp6, imp7, imp8, imp9
afraid_fatIntegerRecommendedHave you been afraid that you might gain weight (or become fat)? How many days?0::6; 9990 = 0 days/wk: no definite fear of fatness or weight gain; 1 = 1-2 days/wk; 2 = 2-3 days/wk: definite fear of fatness or weight gain present on less than half the days; 3 = 3-4 days/wk; 4 = 4-5 days/wk: definite fear of fatness or weight gain present on more than half the days; 5 = 5-6 days/wk; 6 = 6-7 days/wk: definite fear of fatness or weight gain present every day; 999 = missingafraid, ede16, ede17afd1, ede17afd10, ede17afd11, ede17afd12, ede17afd2, ede17afd3, ede17afd4, ede17afd5, ede17afd6, ede17afd7, ede17afd8, ede17afd9, fear1, fear10, fear11, fear12, fear2, fear3, fear4, fear5, fear6, fear7, fear8, fear9
dietIntegerRecommendedHave you done any specific behaviors to avoid gaining weight? (Such as only eat fruits and vegetables to avoid gaining weight. Do not count behaviors that have been captured in previous questions.)0::6; 9990 = 0 days/wk: no weight gain avoidance behaviors; 1 = 1-2 days/wk; 2 = 2-3 days/wk: weight gain avoidance behaviors on less than half the days; 3 = 3-4 days/wk; 4 = 4-5 days/wk: weight gain avoidance behaviors present on more than half the days; 5 = 5-6 days/wk; 6 = 6-7 days/wk: weight gain avoidance behaviors present every day; 999 = missingdiet1, diet10, diet11, diet12, diet2, diet3, diet4, diet5, diet6, diet7, diet8, diet9, ede17adiet1, ede17adiet10, ede17adiet11, ede17adiet12, ede17adiet2, ede17adiet3, ede17adiet4, ede17adiet5, ede17adiet6, ede17adiet7, ede17adiet8, ede17adiet9
fatIntegerRecommendedHave you felt fat?0::7; 9990 = 0 days/wk: has not felt fat; 1 = 1-2 days/wk; 2 = 2-3 days/wk: has felt fat on less than half the days; 3 = 3-4 days/wk; 4 = 4-5 days/wk: has felt fat on more than half the days; 5 = 5-6 days/wk; 6 = 6-7 days/wk: has felt fat every day; 7 = Question not asked by interviewer; 999 = missingede18, ede19fat1, ede19fat10, ede19fat11, ede19fat12, ede19fat2, ede19fat3, ede19fat4, ede19fat5, ede19fat6, ede19fat7, ede19fat8, ede19fat9, fat1, fat10, fat11, fat12, fat2, fat3, fat4, fat5, fat6, fat7, fat8, fat9
month_menarcheIntegerRecommendedWhat was the approximate month of your first menstrual period?1::12; 999999 = Missingede20mn, month
year_menarcheIntegerRecommendedWhat was the approximate year of your first menstrual period?999 = Missingede20yr, year
periods3IntegerRecommendedHow many periods have you missed over the past 3 months?0::3; 888; 999888 = N/A; 999 = Missingede21
periods9IntegerRecommendedHow many periods have you missed over the 9 months before the past 3?0::9; 888; 999888 = N/A; 999 = Missingede22
birth_controlIntegerRecommendedHave you used any type of hormonal birth control in the last year?0::1; 9990 = No; 1 = Yes; 999 = Missingede23a
birth_control_kindIntegerRecommendedIf you have used any type of hormonal birth control in the last year, what kind?0::10; 9990 = N/A; 1 = Depo (shot); 2 = Pill (monthly); 3 = Ring (Monthly); 4 = Patch; 5 = Hormone supplement; 6 = IUD; 7 = Pill (Seasonal); 8 = Ring (Seasonal); 9 = Plan-B (morning after pill); 10 = Implant (Implanon); 999 = Missingede23b
weightchangeIntegerRecommendedHave you been pregnant in the past year or had any medical problems that would have caused a significant change in your weight or eating habits?0::1; 9990 = No; 1 = Yesede23c
eddi_23cString300RecommendedIf you have been pregnant in the past year or had any medical problems that would have caused a significant change in your weight or eating habits, then specify:
weight_loss_treatmentIntegerRecommendedHave you participated in a structured weight loss treatment that cost money (e.g., Weight Watchers, Jenny Craig) in the past 12 months?0::1; 9990 = No; 1 = Yes; 999 = Missingede24a
weight_loss_lengthString50RecommendedIf you have participanted in a structured weight loss treatment that cost money, then how long did you participate in this paid weight loss program for?0 = N/A; 999 = Missingeded24b
weight_loss_poundsString50RecommendedHow much weight did you lose from participating in this structured weight loss treatment (past year) that cost money?0 = N/A; 999 = Missingede24c
height1FloatRecommendedMeasure height in cm. - Measurement 1ede25a
height2FloatRecommendedMeasure height in cm. - Measurement 2ede25b
weight1FloatRecommendedMeasure weight in kg. - Measurement 1ede26a
weight2FloatRecommendedMeasure weight in kg. - Measurement 2ede26b
lowest_weight_mnFloatRecommendedWhat has been your lowest weight in the past month?Weight in pounds.ede27
dawba_p2_cString10RecommendedDiet/Weight/Body - What was your lowest weight in the last 12 months?ede28, lowest_weight_yr
highest_weight_mnFloatRecommendedWhat has been your highest weight in the past month?Weight in pounds.ede29
highest_weight_yrFloatRecommendedWhat has been your highest weight in the past 12 months?Weight in pounds.ede30
dawba_p2_dString10RecommendedDiet/Weight/Body - What was your highest weight ever?ede31, highest_weight_ever
version_formString100RecommendedForm used/assessment name
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