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The Filter Cart provides a powerful way to query and access data for which you may be interested.  

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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/projectidp, idy
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.t1agep, t1agey, t2agey, t3agey
sexString20RequiredSex of the subject
M;F
M = Male; F = Femalegender, gendery, sexp, sexy
aescodeIntegerRecommendedStaff code number of person completing this form
respondentString20RecommendedRespondent
Mother;Father;Both; Child; Other; Parent
monthsblFloatRecommendedActual number of months from Baseline
version_formString100RecommendedForm used/assessment name
raceString30RecommendedRace of study subject
American Indian/Alaska Native; Asian; Hawaiian or Pacific Islander; Black or African American; White; More than one race; Unknown or not reported
racep, racey
ethnicityString30RecommendedEthnicity of participant
Hispanic or Latino; Not Hispanic or Latino; Unknown
ethnicityy
weight_stdFloatRecommendedWeight - Standard Unit-1 = Not knownt1weighty, t1wghty, t2weighty, t2wghty, t3weighty, t3wghty
height_stdFloatRecommendedHeight - Standard Unit-1 = Not knownt1heighty, t1hghty, t2heighty, t2hghty, t3heighty, t3hghty
t1bmizyFloatRecommendedBMI z-scoret2bmizy, t3bmizy
v1_avs_1st_systolicIntegerRecommendedFirst Reading Systolic BP (mmHg)t1sysbpy, t1sysp, t1sysy, t2sysbpy, t2sysp, t2sysy, t3sysbpy, t3sysp, t3sysy
v1_avs_1st_diastolicIntegerRecommendedFirst Reading Diastolic BP (mmHg)t1diabpy, t1diap, t1diay, t2diabpy, t2diap, t2diay, t3diabpy, t3diap, t3diay
t1palvIntegerRecommendedPhysical activity level0::20 = Sedentary (0 - 40 counts); 1 = Light (41 - 3200); 2 = Moderate/Vigorous (3201 - Highest Count)t2palv, t3palv
aacntFloatRecommendedaverage daily counts of physical activityt1pact, t2pact, t3pact
laba3aIntegerRecommendedFasting Glucose (Mg/Dl)t1fbsy, t2fbsy, t3fbsy
lab_fasttrigIntegerRecommendedFasting Total Triglycerides (TRIG) (MG/DL)mg/dLt1triy, t2triy, t3triy
t1ssbyFloatRecommendedSugar sweetened beverage intake ounces/24 hourst1ssbp, t2ssbp, t2ssby, t3ssbp, t3ssby
t1bmipFloatRecommendedBody mass index kg/m2t2bmip, t3bmip
t1epqIntegerRecommendedENERGY parent questionnaire scoret2epq, t3epq
energy1IntegerRecommendedHow many times a week on average do you drink sugar-sweetened beverages (SSB)?0::60 = Never; 1 = Less than once a week; 2 = Once a week; 3 = 2 - 4 days a week; 4 = 5 - 6 days a week; 5 = Every day, once a day; 6 = Every day, more than once a day
energy2_glassIntegerRecommendedOn a day that you drink sugar-sweetened beverages (SSB), how many glasses do you drink? Fill in the number of glasses/ small bottles (250 ml) you usually drink.0::50= none; 1 = one; 2 = two; 3 = three; 4 = four; 5 = five or more
energy2_canIntegerRecommendedOn a day that you drink sugar-sweetened beverages (SSB), how many cans do you drink? Fill in the number of cans (330 ml) you usually drink.0::50= none; 1 = one; 2 = two; 3 = three; 4 = four; 5 = five or more
energy2_bottleIntegerRecommendedOn a day that you drink sugar-sweetened beverages (SSB), how many bottles do you drink? Fill in the number of bottles (500 ml) you usually drink.0::50= none; 1 = one; 2 = two; 3 = three; 4 = four; 5 = five or more
energy3IntegerRecommendedDrinking soft drinks/soda is something I do without even really thinking about it.1::51 = I fully agree; 2 = I agree a bit; 3 = I neither agree nor disagree; 4 = I disagree a bit; 5 = I fully disagree
energy4IntegerRecommendedThere are sugar-sweetened beverages (SSB) at home for my child.1::51 = Always; 2 = Often; 3 = Sometimes; 4 = Not Often; 5 = Never
energy5IntegerRecommendedI pay attention to the amount of sugar-sweetened beverages (SSB) that my child drinks.1::51 = Always; 2 = Often; 3 = Sometimes; 4 = Not Often; 5 = Never
energy6IntegerRecommendedIf my child asks for sugar-sweetened beverages (SSB) I will give it to him/her.1::51 = Always; 2 = Often; 3 = Sometimes; 4 = Not Often; 5 = Never
energy7IntegerRecommendedMy child is allowed to take sugar-sweetened beverages (SSB) whenever she/he wants.1::51 = Always; 2 = Often; 3 = Sometimes; 4 = Not Often; 5 = Never
energy8IntegerRecommendedI negotiate with my child how much sugar-sweetened beverages (SSB) she/he is allowed to drink.1::51 = Always; 2 = Often; 3 = Sometimes; 4 = Not Often; 5 = Never
energy9IntegerRecommendedHow often do you tell your child that sugar-sweetened beverages (SSB) are not good for him/her?1::51 = Always; 2 = Often; 3 = Sometimes; 4 = Not Often; 5 = Never
energy10IntegerRecommendedHow often do you tell your child that sugar-sweetened beverages (SSB) can make her/him overweight?1::51 = Always; 2 = Often; 3 = Sometimes; 4 = Not Often; 5 = Never
energy11IntegerRecommendedHow often do you tell your child that sugar-sweetened beverages (SSB) are bad for her/his teeth?1::51 = Always; 2 = Often; 3 = Sometimes; 4 = Not Often; 5 = Never
energy12IntegerRecommendedIf I wanted to drink sugar-sweetened beverages (SSB) I would restrain myself because of the presence of my child.1::51 = Always; 2 = Often; 3 = Sometimes; 4 = Not Often; 5 = Never
energy13IntegerRecommendedIf I prohibit/restrict my child from drinking sugar-sweetened beverages (SSB) she/he tries to drink it anyway.1::51 = Always; 2 = Often; 3 = Sometimes; 4 = Not Often; 5 = Never
energy14IntegerRecommendedIf I prohibit/restrict my child from drinking sugar-sweetened beverages (SSB) I find it difficult to stick to my rule(s) if she/he starts negotiating.1::51 = Always; 2 = Often; 3 = Sometimes; 4 = Not Often; 5 = Never
energy15IntegerRecommendedI give sugar-sweetened beverages (SSB) to my child as a reward or to comfort him/her.1::51 = Always; 2 = Often; 3 = Sometimes; 4 = Not Often; 5 = Never
energy16IntegerRecommendedHow often do you and your spouse/partner drink sugar-sweetened beverages (SSB) together with your child?1::71 = never; 2 = less than once per week; 3 = once per week; 4 = 2-4 days per week; 5 = 5-6 days per week; 6 = every day, once per day; 7 = every day, more than once per day
energy17IntegerRecommendedIf the price of sugar-sweetened beverages (SSB) were doubled my child would drink less sugar-sweetened beverages (SSB).1::51 = I fully agree; 2 = I agree a bit; 3 = I neither agree nor disagree; 4 = I disagree a bit; 5 = I fully disagree
energy18IntegerRecommendedOn average how much money do you give you child to buy food and drinks per week?1::81 = I do not give my child money; 2 = less than $5; 3 = between $5-$10; 4 = between $11-$20; 5 = between $21-$30; 6 = between $31-$40; 7 = between $41-$50; 8 = More than $51
energy19IntegerRecommendedI would consider my child as being price conscious regarding food, snacks and beverages.1::51 = I fully agree; 2 = I agree a bit; 3 = I neither agree nor disagree; 4 = I disagree a bit; 5 = I fully disagree
energy20IntegerRecommendedI don't give my child some foods because they cost too much.1::51 = I fully agree; 2 = I agree a bit; 3 = I neither agree nor disagree; 4 = I disagree a bit; 5 = I fully disagree
energy21String120RecommendedWhat do you consider to be the 3 most important characteristics of your child's meal during school hours? (check only 3 boxes)Options are: 1 = Nutritious, 2 = Provides energy, 3 = Exhibits high variety, 4 = Satisfy my child's liking, 5 = Reasonable price, 6 = Home-prepared, 7 = Organic, 8 = Vegetarian, 9 = Takes into account religious requirements
energy22IntegerRecommendedHow many times per week do you drink fruit juices?1::71 = never; 2 = less than once per week; 3 = once per week; 4 = 2-4 days per week; 5 = 5-6 days per week; 6 = every day, once per day; 7 = every day, more than once per day
energy23_glassIntegerRecommendedOn a days that you drink fruit juices, how many glasses or small cartons (8 oz.) do you drink?0::50 = None; 1 = one; 2 = two; 3 = three; 4 = four; 5 = five or more
energy23_bottleIntegerRecommendedOn a days that you drink fruit juices, how many large cartons or bottles (12 oz.) do you drink?0::50 = None; 1 = one; 2 = two; 3 = three; 4 = four; 5 = five or more
energy24IntegerRecommendedDrinking fruit juice is something I do without really thinking.1::51 = I fully agree; 2 = I agree a bit; 3 = I neither agree nor disagree; 4 = I disagree a bit; 5 = I fully disagree
energy25IntegerRecommendedThere are fruit juices available at home for my child.1::51 = Always; 2 = Often; 3 = Sometimes; 4 = Not Often; 5 = Never
energy26IntegerRecommendedI pay attention to the amount of fruit juice my child drinks.1::51 = Always; 2 = Often; 3 = Sometimes; 4 = Not Often; 5 = Never
energy27IntegerRecommendedIf my child asks for fruit juice I will give it to him/her.1::51 = Always; 2 = Often; 3 = Sometimes; 4 = Not Often; 5 = Never
energy28IntegerRecommendedMy child is allowed to have fruit juice whenever he/she wants.1::51 = Always; 2 = Often; 3 = Sometimes; 4 = Not Often; 5 = Never
energy29IntegerRecommendedI negotiate with my child how much fruit juice he/she is allowed to drink.1::51 = Always; 2 = Often; 3 = Sometimes; 4 = Not Often; 5 = Never
energy30IntegerRecommendedHow often do you tell your child that fruit juices are good for them?1::51 = Always; 2 = Often; 3 = Sometimes; 4 = Not Often; 5 = Never
energy31IntegerRecommendedHow often do you tell your child that fruit juices can make them overweight?1::51 = Always; 2 = Often; 3 = Sometimes; 4 = Not Often; 5 = Never
energy32IntegerRecommendedHow often do you tell your child that fruit juices are bad for their teeth?1::51 = Always; 2 = Often; 3 = Sometimes; 4 = Not Often; 5 = Never
energy33IntegerRecommendedIf I would like to drink fruit juices I would restrain myself because of the presence of my child.1::51 = Always; 2 = Often; 3 = Sometimes; 4 = Not Often; 5 = Never
energy34IntegerRecommendedIf I prohibit/restrict my child from drinking fruit juices he/she tries to drink it anyway.1::51 = Always; 2 = Often; 3 = Sometimes; 4 = Not Often; 5 = Never
energy35IntegerRecommendedIf I prohibit/restrict my child from drinking fruit juices I find it difficult to stick to my rules if he/she starts negotiating.1::51 = Always; 2 = Often; 3 = Sometimes; 4 = Not Often; 5 = Never
energy36IntegerRecommendedI give fruit juices to my child as a reward or to comfort him/her.1::51 = Always; 2 = Often; 3 = Sometimes; 4 = Not Often; 5 = Never
energy37IntegerRecommendedHow often do you and your spouse/partner drink fruit juices together with you child?1::71 = never; 2 = less than once per week; 3 = once per week; 4 = 2-4 days per week; 5 = 5-6 days per week; 6 = every day, once per day; 7 = every day, more than once per day
energy38IntegerRecommendedFrom Monday to Friday how many times do you usually eat breakfast?0::50 = I never eat breakfast on weekdays; 1 = one day; 2 = two days; 3 = three days; 4 = four days; 5 = five days
energy39IntegerRecommendedHow many times do you usually eat breakfast on the weekend?0::20 = I never eat breakfast on the weekends; 1 = I usually eat breakfast 1 day (Saturday OR Sunday); 2 = I usually eat breakfast on both days (Saturday AND Sunday)
energy40IntegerRecommendedEating breakfast is something I do without even thinking about it.1::51 = I fully agree; 2 = I agree a bit; 3 = I neither agree nor disagree; 4 = I disagree a bit; 5 = I fully disagree
energy41IntegerRecommendedThere are breakfast foods (e.g. milk, cereal, bread) available at home for my child.1::51 = Always; 2 = Often; 3 = Sometimes; 4 = Not Often; 5 = Never
energy42IntegerRecommendedI encourage my child to have breakfast.1::51 = Always; 2 = Often; 3 = Sometimes; 4 = Not Often; 5 = Never
energy43IntegerRecommendedI pay attention to what kind of foods my child is eating for breakfast.1::51 = Always; 2 = Often; 3 = Sometimes; 4 = Not Often; 5 = Never
energy44IntegerRecommendedMy child is allowed to skip breakfast.1::51 = Always; 2 = Often; 3 = Sometimes; 4 = Not Often; 5 = Never
energy45IntegerRecommendedI negotiate with my child how much breakfast food he/she should eat and/or drink.1::51 = Always; 2 = Often; 3 = Sometimes; 4 = Not Often; 5 = Never
energy46IntegerRecommendedHow often do you tell your child that eating breakfast is good for him/her?1::51 = Always; 2 = Often; 3 = Sometimes; 4 = Not Often; 5 = Never
energy47IntegerRecommendedIf I prohibit my child from skipping breakfast he/she tries to skip it anyway.1::51 = Always; 2 = Often; 3 = Sometimes; 4 = Not Often; 5 = Never
energy48IntegerRecommendedIf I prevent my child skipping breakfast I find it difficult to stick to my rules if he/she starts negotiating.1::51 = Always; 2 = Often; 3 = Sometimes; 4 = Not Often; 5 = Never
energy49IntegerRecommendedI praise my child if he/she eats breakfast.1::51 = Always; 2 = Often; 3 = Sometimes; 4 = Not Often; 5 = Never
energy50IntegerRecommendedHow often do you and your spouse/partner have breakfast together with your child?1::51 = never; 2 = once a week; 3 = 2-4 days a week; 4 = 5-6 days a week; 5 = every day
energy51IntegerRecommendedHow often do you and your spouse/partner have lunch together with your child?1::51 = never; 2 = once a week; 3 = 2-4 days a week; 4 = 5-6 days a week; 5 = every day
energy52IntegerRecommendedHow often do you and your spouse/partner have dinner together with your child?1::51 = never; 2 = once a week; 3 = 2-4 days a week; 4 = 5-6 days a week; 5 = every day
energy53IntegerRecommendedI deliberately have smaller helpings as a means of controlling my weight.1::51 = I fully agree; 2 = I agree a bit; 3 = I neither agree nor disagree; 4 = I disagree a bit; 5 = I fully disagree
energy54IntegerRecommendedI do not eat certain foods because they make me overweight.1::51 = I fully agree; 2 = I agree a bit; 3 = I neither agree nor disagree; 4 = I disagree a bit; 5 = I fully disagree
energy55IntegerRecommendedOn a scale of 1 to 8, where 1 means no restraint in eating (you eat as much as you want whenever you want it) and 8 means total restraint (constantly limiting food intake and never "giving in"), what rating would you give yourself?1::8
energy56IntegerRecommendedWork status1::31 = I do have a job; 2 = I do not have a job; 3 = I work from home
energy57IntegerRecommendedHow many days do you travel by car to work?0::50 = Never; 1 = one day per week; 2 = two days per week; 3 = three days per week; 4 = four days per week; 5 = five days per week or more
energy58IntegerRecommendedHow many days do you usually use public transportation (bus, subway, light rail, train) to go to work?0::50 = Never; 1 = one day per week; 2 = two days per week; 3 = three days per week; 4 = four days per week; 5 = five days per week or more
energy59IntegerRecommendedHow many days do you bicycle to work or to get to public transportation?0::50 = Never; 1 = one day per week; 2 = two days per week; 3 = three days per week; 4 = four days per week; 5 = five days per week or more
energy60IntegerRecommendedIf you bicycle how long does it take you to cycle to work or to get to public transportation?0 = I never bicycle to work or to public transportation, Otherwise - Minutes to work/public transportation
energy61IntegerRecommendedHow many days do you walk to work or to public transportation?0::50 = Never; 1 = one day per week; 2 = two days per week; 3 = three days per week; 4 = four days per week; 5 = five days per week or more
energy62IntegerRecommendedIf you walk how long does it take you to walk to work or to public transportation?0 = I never walk to work or to public transportation, Otherwise - Minutes to work/public transportation
energy63_physical_ynIntegerRecommendedDo you participate in physical activities or sports in your leisure time?0;10 = No, I do not participate; 1 = Yes, I participate
energy63_physical_weekIntegerRecommendedHow many weekdays do you participate in physical activities or sports in your leisure time?0::50 = none at all; 1 = one day; 2 = two days; 3 = three days; 4 = four days; 5 = five days
energy63_physical_weekendIntegerRecommendedHow many weekend days do you participate in physical activities or sports in your leisure time?0::20 = none at all; 1 = one day (Saturday OR Sunday); 2 = two days (Saturday AND Sunday)
energy64_weekIntegerRecommendedWeekdays: About how much time per week do you participate in physical activities/sports in your leisure time?0::60 = none at all; 1 = 30 minutes/week; 2 = 1 hour/week; 3 = 2 hours/week; 4 = 3 hours/week; 5 = 4 hours/week; 6 = 5 hours/week or more
energy64_weekendIntegerRecommendedWeekends: About how much time per week do you participate in physical activities/sports in your leisure time?0::60 = none at all; 1 = 30 minutes/week; 2 = 1 hour/week; 3 = 2 hours/week; 4 = 3 hours/week; 5 = 4 hours/week; 6 = 5 hours/week or more
energy65IntegerRecommendedPhysical activities/sports is something that I do without really thinking about.1::51 = I fully agree; 2 = I agree a bit; 3 = I neither agree nor disagree; 4 = I disagree a bit; 5 = I fully disagree
energy66IntegerRecommendedI pay for my child to take part in physical activities/sports.1::51 = Always; 2 = Often; 3 = Sometimes; 4 = Not Often; 5 = Never
energy67IntegerRecommendedI take my child to physical activity/sports sessions.1::51 = Always; 2 = Often; 3 = Sometimes; 4 = Not Often; 5 = Never
energy68IntegerRecommendedI encourage my child to take part in physical activity/sports.1::51 = Always; 2 = Often; 3 = Sometimes; 4 = Not Often; 5 = Never
energy69IntegerRecommendedI pay attention that my child does enough physical activity/sports.1::51 = Always; 2 = Often; 3 = Sometimes; 4 = Not Often; 5 = Never
energy70IntegerRecommendedMy child is allowed to skip physical activity/sports sessions whenever he/she wants.1::51 = Always; 2 = Often; 3 = Sometimes; 4 = Not Often; 5 = Never
energy71IntegerRecommendedI negotiate with my child on how much physical activity/sports he/she has to do.1::51 = Always; 2 = Often; 3 = Sometimes; 4 = Not Often; 5 = Never
energy72IntegerRecommendedHow often do you tell your child that physical activity/sports are good for him/her?1::51 = Always; 2 = Often; 3 = Sometimes; 4 = Not Often; 5 = Never
energy73IntegerRecommendedIf I try to prevent my child from NOT taking part in a physical activity/sports session he/she will try skip it anyway.1::51 = Always; 2 = Often; 3 = Sometimes; 4 = Not Often; 5 = Never
energy74IntegerRecommendedIf I try to prevent my child from skipping a physical activity/sports session I find it difficult to stick to my rules if he/she starts negotiating.1::51 = Always; 2 = Often; 3 = Sometimes; 4 = Not Often; 5 = Never
energy75IntegerRecommendedI praise my child if he/she takes part in physical activity/sports.1::51 = Always; 2 = Often; 3 = Sometimes; 4 = Not Often; 5 = Never
energy76IntegerRecommendedI punish my child by not allowing him/her to take part in his/her physical activity/sports sessions.1::51 = Always; 2 = Often; 3 = Sometimes; 4 = Not Often; 5 = Never
energy77IntegerRecommendedI set a time limit on how much time of physical activity/sports my child can do in order to devote more time to his/her homework or other important things.1::51 = I fully agree; 2 = I agree a bit; 3 = I neither agree nor disagree; 4 = I disagree a bit; 5 = I fully disagree
energy78IntegerRecommendedI do not allow my child to take part in physical activity/sports in his/her free time so that he/she can concentrate on his/her studies.1::51 = I fully agree; 2 = I agree a bit; 3 = I neither agree nor disagree; 4 = I disagree a bit; 5 = I fully disagree
energy79IntegerRecommendedHow often do you and/or your spouse/partner participate in physical activity/sports together with your child (i.e. play games outside, ride bikes, walk, play sports together)?1::51 = never; 2 = once a week; 3 = 2-4 days a week; 4 = 5-6 days a week; 5 = every day
energy80IntegerRecommendedI let my child participate in activity/sports less than I would like because it is too expensive.1::51 = I fully agree; 2 = I agree a bit; 3 = I neither agree nor disagree; 4 = I disagree a bit; 5 = I fully disagree
energy81_weekdayIntegerRecommendedWeekdays: About how many hours per day do you spend watching television (including DVDs and videos) in your free time?0::80 = none at all; 1 = 30 min/day; 2 = 1 hour/day; 3 = 1.5 hour/day; 4 = 2 hours/day; 5 = 2.5 hours/day; 6 = 3 hours/day; 7 = 3.5 hours/day; 8 = 4 hours/day or more
energy81_weekendIntegerRecommendedWeekends: About how many hours per day do you spend watching television (including DVDs and videos) in your free time?0::80 = none at all; 1 = 30 min/day; 2 = 1 hour/day; 3 = 1.5 hour/day; 4 = 2 hours/day; 5 = 2.5 hours/day; 6 = 3 hours/day; 7 = 3.5 hours/day; 8 = 4 hours/day or more
energy82_weekdayIntegerRecommendedWeekdays: About how many hours per day do you usually use for computer for activities such as talking online, internet, emailing or playing games (i.e. Xbox, Playstation, Game Cube) during your leisure time?0::80 = none at all; 1 = 30 min/day; 2 = 1 hour/day; 3 = 1.5 hour/day; 4 = 2 hours/day; 5 = 2.5 hours/day; 6 = 3 hours/day; 7 = 3.5 hours/day; 8 = 4 hours/day or more
energy82_weekendIntegerRecommendedWeekends: About how many hours per day do you usually use for computer for activities such as talking online, internet, emailing or playing games (i.e. Xbox, Playstation, Game Cube) during your leisure time?0::80 = none at all; 1 = 30 min/day; 2 = 1 hour/day; 3 = 1.5 hour/day; 4 = 2 hours/day; 5 = 2.5 hours/day; 6 = 3 hours/day; 7 = 3.5 hours/day; 8 = 4 hours/day or more
energy83_weekdayIntegerRecommendedWeekdays: About how many hours per day do you usually use your mobile phone for calling, texting, playing games or surfing on the internet during your leisure time?0::80 = none at all; 1 = 30 min/day; 2 = 1 hour/day; 3 = 1.5 hour/day; 4 = 2 hours/day; 5 = 2.5 hours/day; 6 = 3 hours/day; 7 = 3.5 hours/day; 8 = 4 hours/day or more
energy83_weekendIntegerRecommendedWeekends: About how many hours per day do you usually use your mobile phone for calling, texting, playing games or surfing on the internet during your leisure time?0::80 = none at all; 1 = 30 min/day; 2 = 1 hour/day; 3 = 1.5 hour/day; 4 = 2 hours/day; 5 = 2.5 hours/day; 6 = 3 hours/day; 7 = 3.5 hours/day; 8 = 4 hours/day or more
energy84IntegerRecommendedWatching television is something I do without even really thinking about.1::51 = I fully agree; 2 = I agree a bit; 3 = I neither agree nor disagree; 4 = I disagree a bit; 5 = I fully disagree
energy85IntegerRecommendedIn general, how often do you watch television during breakfast?1::51 = Always; 2 = Often; 3 = Sometimes; 4 = Not Often; 5 = Never
energy86IntegerRecommendedIn general, how often do you watch television during lunch?1::51 = Always; 2 = Often; 3 = Sometimes; 4 = Not Often; 5 = Never
energy87IntegerRecommendedIn general, how often do you watch television during dinner?1::51 = Always; 2 = Often; 3 = Sometimes; 4 = Not Often; 5 = Never
energy88IntegerRecommendedTV/video/DVD is available in my child's room?0;10 = No; 1 = Yes
energy89IntegerRecommendedI pay attention to the amount of time my child watches TV/video/DVD?1::51 = Always; 2 = Often; 3 = Sometimes; 4 = Not Often; 5 = Never
energy90IntegerRecommendedIf my child asks if he/she is allowed to watch TV/video/DVD I will allow it.1::51 = Always; 2 = Often; 3 = Sometimes; 4 = Not Often; 5 = Never
energy91IntegerRecommendedMy child is allowed to watch TV/video/DVD whenever he/she wants.1::51 = Always; 2 = Often; 3 = Sometimes; 4 = Not Often; 5 = Never
energy92IntegerRecommendedI negotiate with my child how much TV/video/DVD he/she is allowed to watch.1::51 = Always; 2 = Often; 3 = Sometimes; 4 = Not Often; 5 = Never
energy93IntegerRecommendedHow often do you tell your child that watching TV/video/DVD is not good for him/her?1::51 = Always; 2 = Often; 3 = Sometimes; 4 = Not Often; 5 = Never
energy94IntegerRecommendedHow often do you tell your child that watching TV/video/DVD can make him/her overweight?1::51 = Always; 2 = Often; 3 = Sometimes; 4 = Not Often; 5 = Never
energy95IntegerRecommendedHow often do you tell your child that watching TV/video/DVD is bad for his/her eye sight?1::51 = Always; 2 = Often; 3 = Sometimes; 4 = Not Often; 5 = Never
energy96IntegerRecommendedIf I would like to watch TV/video/DVD I would restrain myself because of the presence of my child.1::51 = Always; 2 = Often; 3 = Sometimes; 4 = Not Often; 5 = Never
energy97IntegerRecommendedIf I prohibit/restrict my child from watching TV/video/DVD he/she tries to watch anyway.1::51 = Always; 2 = Often; 3 = Sometimes; 4 = Not Often; 5 = Never
energy98IntegerRecommendedIf I prohibit/restrict my child from watching TV/video/DVD I find it difficult to stick to my rules if he/she starts negotiating.1::51 = Always; 2 = Often; 3 = Sometimes; 4 = Not Often; 5 = Never
energy99IntegerRecommendedI allow my child to watch TV/video/DVD as a reward or to comfort him/her.1::51 = Always; 2 = Often; 3 = Sometimes; 4 = Not Often; 5 = Never
energy100IntegerRecommendedHow often do you (one parent/spouse/partner or both) watch TV/video/DVD together with your child?0::60 = Never; 1 = Less than once a week; 2 = Once a week; 3 = 2 - 4 days a week; 4 = 5 - 6 days a week; 5 = Every day, once a day; 6 = Every day, more than once a day
energy101_weekdaysIntegerRecommendedWeekdays: About how many hours per day does your child usually use for computer for activities such as talking online, internet, emailing or playing games (i.e. Xbox, Playstation, Game Cube) during his/her leisure time?0::80 = none at all; 1 = 30 min/day; 2 = 1 hour/day; 3 = 1.5 hour/day; 4 = 2 hours/day; 5 = 2.5 hours/day; 6 = 3 hours/day; 7 = 3.5 hours/day; 8 = 4 hours/day or more
energy101_weekendsIntegerRecommendedWeekends: About how many hours per day does your child usually use for computer for activities such as talking online, internet, emailing or playing games (i.e. Xbox, Playstation, Game Cube) during his/her leisure time?0::80 = none at all; 1 = 30 min/day; 2 = 1 hour/day; 3 = 1.5 hour/day; 4 = 2 hours/day; 5 = 2.5 hours/day; 6 = 3 hours/day; 7 = 3.5 hours/day; 8 = 4 hours/day or more
energy102IntegerRecommendedWhat do you think about your child's weight?1::51 = My child's weight is OK; 2 = My child's weight is a bit too much; 3 = My child's weight is way too much; 4 = My child's weight is a bit too little; 5 = My child's weight is way too little
energy103IntegerRecommendedDoes your child have a set daily routine for bedtime?0;10 = No; 1 = Yes
energy104_weekdaysIntegerRecommendedWeekdays: How many hours of sleep does your child usually have during the night?1::61 = 6 hours or less per night; 2 = 7 hours per night; 3 = 8 hours per night; 4 = 9 hours per night; 5 = 10 hours per night; 6 = More than 10 hours per night
energy104_weekendsIntegerRecommendedWeekends: How many hours of sleep does your child usually have during the night?1::61 = 6 hours or less per night; 2 = 7 hours per night; 3 = 8 hours per night; 4 = 9 hours per night; 5 = 10 hours per night; 6 = More than 10 hours per night
energy105IntegerRecommendedDid you eat breakfast yesterday?0;10 = No; 1 = Yes
energy106IntegerRecommendedDid you eat lunch yesterday?0;10 = No; 1 = Yes
energy107IntegerRecommendedDid you eat dinner yesterday?0;10 = No; 1 = Yes
energy108String100RecommendedHow did you go to school today?
energy109String100RecommendedWhat do you usually do during breaks at school?
energy110IntegerRecommendedIn a total week, how many hours do you do this sport (sport1)?0::60 = none at all; 1 = 30 minutes/week; 2 = 1 hour/week; 3 = 2 hours/week; 4 = 3 hours/week; 5 = 4 hours/week; 6 = 5 hours/week or more
energy111IntegerRecommendedIn a total week, how many hours do you do this sport (sport2)?0::60 = none at all; 1 = 30 minutes/week; 2 = 1 hour/week; 3 = 2 hours/week; 4 = 3 hours/week; 5 = 4 hours/week; 6 = 5 hours/week or more
energy112FloatRecommendedHow many hours of sports did you do yesterday?
energy113IntegerRecommendedAbout how many hours did you watch television yesterday?0::80 = none at all; 1 = 30 min/day; 2 = 1 hour/day; 3 = 1.5 hour/day; 4 = 2 hours/day; 5 = 2.5 hours/day; 6 = 3 hours/day; 7 = 3.5 hours/day; 8 = 4 hours/day or more
energy114FloatRecommendedAbout how many hours did you play games on a computer, games console or use your computer for leisure activities yesterday?
energy115IntegerRecommendedHow often have you tried to get slimmer/thinner during the last year?1::51 = Always; 2 = Often; 3 = Sometimes; 4 = Not Often; 5 = Never
energy116IntegerRecommendedDo you try to get slimmer or thinner right now?0;10 = No; 1 = Yes
energy117IntegerRecommendedI think that drinking fizzy drinks or fruit squash is:-2::2-2 = very bad; 2 = very good
energy118IntegerRecommendedI think that drinking fruit drinks is:-2::2-2 = very bad; 2 = very good
energy119IntegerRecommendedI think that eating breakfast is:-2::2-2 = very bad; 2 = very good
energy120IntegerRecommendedI think that physical activity/sports is:-2::2-2 = very bad; 2 = very good
energy121IntegerRecommendedI think that watching TV is:-2::2-2 = very bad; 2 = very good
energy122IntegerRecommendedI think it is recommended for children my age: fruit juice1::41 = not to drink fruit juices at all; 2 = to drink no more than one glass a day; 3 = to drink fruit juices as much as you like; 4 = I don't know what is recommended
energy123IntegerRecommendedI think it is recommended for children my age: breakfast1::41 = to skip breakfast; 2 = eat breakfast when you feel like it; 3 = eat breakfast on schooldays; 4 = eat breakfast every day
energy124IntegerRecommendedI think it is recommended for children my age: Physical activity/sports1::61 = to be active once a week; 2 = to be active some days a week; 3 = to be active every day for 30 minutes; 4 = to be active every day for 1 hour; 5 = to be active every day for 2 hours; 6 = to be active every day for 3 to 4 hours
energy125IntegerRecommendedI think it is recommended for children my age: TV viewing1::61 = to watch television as often as you like; 2 = to watch television for more than 2 hours per day; 3 = to watch television for less than 2 hours per day; 4 = to watch television for less than 1 hour a day; 5 = to watch television not more than a few times per week; 6 = not to watch television at all
energy126IntegerRecommendedI believe (activity) will make me fat: drinking fizzy drinks or fruit squash-2::2-2 = I fully disagree; 2 = I fully agree
energy127IntegerRecommendedI believe (activity) will make me fat: drinking fruit juices-2::2-2 = I fully disagree; 2 = I fully agree
energy128IntegerRecommendedI believe (activity) will make me fat: NOT eating breakfast-2::2-2 = I fully disagree; 2 = I fully agree
energy129IntegerRecommendedI believe (activity) will make me fat: eating breakfast-2::2-2 = I fully disagree; 2 = I fully agree
energy130IntegerRecommendedI believe (activity) will make me fat: NOT doing physical activities/sports-2::2-2 = I fully disagree; 2 = I fully agree
energy131IntegerRecommendedI believe (activity) will make me fat: watching too much television-2::2-2 = I fully disagree; 2 = I fully agree
energy132IntegerRecommendedI like the taste of fizzy drinks or fruit squash-2::2-2 = I fully disagree; 2 = I fully agree
energy133IntegerRecommendedI like doing physical activity/sports-2::2-2 = I fully disagree; 2 = I fully agree
energy134IntegerRecommendedI like watching television-2::2-2 = I fully disagree; 2 = I fully agree
energy135IntegerRecommendedI find NOT drinking fizzy drinks or fruit squash-2::2-2 = very difficult; 2 = very easy
energy136IntegerRecommendedI find eating breakfast every day-2::2-2 = very difficult; 2 = very easy
energy137IntegerRecommendedI find doing physical activity/sports for 1 hour every day-2::2-2 = very difficult; 2 = very easy
energy138IntegerRecommendedI find NOT watching television-2::2-2 = very difficult; 2 = very easy
energy139IntegerRecommendedDrinking fizzy drinks or fruit squash is something I do without even really thinking about it-2::2-2 = I fully disagree; 2 = I fully agree
energy140IntegerRecommendedEating breakfast is something I do without even really thinking about it-2::2-2 = I fully disagree; 2 = I fully agree
energy141IntegerRecommendedDoing physical activity/sports is something I do without even really thinking about it-2::2-2 = I fully disagree; 2 = I fully agree
energy142IntegerRecommendedWatching television is something I do without even really thinking about it-2::2-2 = I fully disagree; 2 = I fully agree
energy143IntegerRecommendedIf I drink fizzy drinks or fruit squash my parents/caregivers think this is-2::2-2 = very bad; 2 = very good
energy144IntegerRecommendedIf I eat breakfast my parents/caregivers think this is-2::2-2 = very bad; 2 = very good
energy145IntegerRecommendedIf I do physical activity/sports my parents/caregivers think this is-2::2-2 = very bad; 2 = very good
energy146IntegerRecommendedIf I watch television my parents/caregivers think this is-2::2-2 = very bad; 2 = very good
energy147IntegerRecommendedHow often do your parents/caregivers drink fizzy drinks or fruit squash?-2::2-2 = Never; 2 = Always
energy148IntegerRecommendedHow often do your parents/caregivers eat breakfast?-2::2-2 = Never; 2 = Always
energy149IntegerRecommendedHow often do your parents/caregivers do physical activity/sports?-2::2-2 = Never; 2 = Always
energy150IntegerRecommendedHow often do your parents/caregivers watch television?-2::2-2 = Never; 2 = Always
energy151IntegerRecommendedHow often do you eat breakfast with your parents/caregivers?-2::2-2 = Never; 2 = Every day
energy152IntegerRecommendedHow often do you take part in physical activity/do sports with your parents/caregivers?-2::2-2 = Never; 2 = Every day
energy153IntegerRecommendedHow often do you watch television with your parents/caregivers?-2::2-2 = Never; 2 = Every day
energy154IntegerRecommendedMy parents/caregivers encourage me to have breakfast-2::2-2 = I fully disagree; 2 = I fully agree
energy155IntegerRecommendedMy parents/caregivers encourage me to do physical activity sports-2::2-2 = I fully disagree; 2 = I fully agree
energy156IntegerRecommendedMy parents/caregivers help me if I need something for my sports-2::2-2 = I fully disagree; 2 = I fully agree
energy157IntegerRecommendedI am allowed to take fizzy drinks or fruit squash, whenever I want-2::2-2 = Never; 2 = Always
energy158IntegerRecommendedDo your parents/caregivers have rules about how many fizzy drinks or fruit squash you are allowed to drink?0;10 = No; 1 = Yes
energy159IntegerRecommendedIf you ask your parents/caregivers to buy a certain brand of fizzy drinks or fruit squash, will they do it?-2::2-2 = Never; 2 = Always
energy160IntegerRecommendedIf I ask my parents/caregivers for a fizzy drink or fruit squash, I get one.-2::2-2 = Never; 2 = Always
energy161IntegerRecommendedI am allowed to take fruit juices, whenever I want.-2::2-2 = Never; 2 = Always
energy162IntegerRecommendedDo your parents/caregivers have rules about how many fruit juices you are allowed to drink?0;10 = No; 1 = Yes
energy163IntegerRecommendedDo your parents/caregivers have rules about whether you should eat breakfast?0;10 = No; 1 = Yes
energy164IntegerRecommendedIf you ask your parents/caregivers to buy a certain brand of food or drink for breakfast, will they do it?-2::2-2 = Never; 2 = Always
energy165IntegerRecommendedDo your parents/caregivers have rules about whether you should be physically active/do sports?0;10 = No; 1 = Yes
energy166IntegerRecommendedDo your parents/caregivers allow you to take part in physical activity/do sports?0;10 = No; 1 = Yes
energy167IntegerRecommendedIf you indicate that you like a certain physical activity/sports, then will your parents/caregivers allow you to do it?-2::2-2 = Never; 2 = Always
energy168IntegerRecommendedDo your parents/caregivers have rules about how many hours per day you are allowed to watch television?0;10 = No; 1 = Yes
energy169IntegerRecommendedMy parents/caregivers allow me to watch television, whenever I want-2::2-2 = I fully disagree; 2 = I fully agree
energy170IntegerRecommendedIf I ask my parents/caregivers to watch television, I can do so.-2::2-2 = Never; 2 = Always
energy171String250RecommendedIn which situations do you usually drink fizzy drinks or fruit squash?During the weekend, breakfast, lunch, dinner, at school, while watching TV, as a thirst quencher between meals, during/after sports, when I am with friends, at birthday/parties, I never drink fizzy drinks or fruit squash
energy172String250RecommendedIn which situations do you usually drink fruit juices?During the weekend, breakfast, lunch, dinner, at school, while watching TV, as a thirst quencher between meals, during/after sports, when I am with friends, at birthday/parties, I never drink fruit juices
energy173String150RecommendedIn which situations do you usually eat breakfast?At a set table at home, in bed, while watching TV, on my way to school, at school before the class starts, I never eat breakfast
energy174IntegerRecommendedHow often do you watch television during meals?-2::2-2 = Never; 2 = Always
energy175IntegerRecommendedAre there usually fizzy drinks or fruit squash at your home?-2::2-2 = Never; 2 = Always
energy176IntegerRecommendedAre there usually fruit juices at your home?-2::2-2 = Never; 2 = Always
energy177IntegerRecommendedAre there usually breakfast products (milk, cereals, bread, etc.) at your home?-2::2-2 = Never; 2 = Always
energy178String150RecommendedDo you have the following things at home that you can use for physical activities/sports?Bike, tennis and/or badminton racket, ball (basketball, volleyball, football, etc.), sporting shoes, skipping rope, skates, skis, skate board
energy179IntegerRecommendedDo you have a television in your bedroom?0;10 = No; 1 = Yes
energy180IntegerRecommendedHow often do you spend your own money on fizzy drinks or fruit squash?-2::2-2 = Never; 2 = Always
energy181IntegerRecommendedIf the price of fizzy drinks and fruit squash were doubled, I would buy less fizzy drinks or fruit squash from my own money-2::2-2 = I fully disagree; 2 = I fully agree
energy182IntegerRecommendedIf I drink fizzy drinks or fruit squash, most of my friends think this is:-2::2-2 = very bad; 2 = very good
energy183IntegerRecommendedIf I eat breakfast, most of my friends think this is:-2::2-2 = very bad; 2 = very good
energy184IntegerRecommendedIf I do physical activity/sports, most of my friends think this is:-2::2-2 = very bad; 2 = very good
energy185IntegerRecommendedIf I watch television, most of my friends think this is:-2::2-2 = very bad; 2 = very good
energy186IntegerRecommendedHow often do most of your friends drink fizzy drinks or fruit squash?-2::2-2 = Never; 2 = Always
energy187IntegerRecommendedHow often do most of your friends eat breakfast?-2::2-2 = Never; 2 = Always
energy188IntegerRecommendedHow often do most of your friends do physical activity/sports?-2::2-2 = Never; 2 = Always
energy189IntegerRecommendedHow often do most of your friends watch television?-2::2-2 = Never; 2 = Always
sample_descriptionString3,500RecommendedSample description: tissue type, i.e. blood, saliva, brain etc.whole blood; saliva; brain; urine; serum; plasma; CSF; IPS; Fibroblast; Neuronal Progenitor; skin biopsy; temporal cortex; lymphoblastoid cell line; unknown; semen; frontal cortex; parietal cortex; basal ganglia; Placenta; hair; occipital visual cortex; cerebellum; spleen; stool; muscle; kidney; liver; heart
sports_des1String500RecommendedSport1 description
sports_des2String500RecommendedSport2 description
comqotherString255RecommendedRespondent - Other (text)
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