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Family Adaptability and Cohesion Evaluation Scales II

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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
Query site String 101 Recommended Site Study Site
Query visit String 60 Recommended Visit name
Query days_baseline Integer Recommended Days since baseline
Query faces1 Integer Recommended Family members are supportive of each other during difficult times. 1::5 1=Almost Never; 2=Once in a While; 3=Sometimes; 4=Frequently; 5=Almost Always fcii_1
Query faces2 Integer Recommended In our family, it is easy for everyone to express his/her opinion. 1::5 1=Almost Never; 2=Once in a While; 3=Sometimes; 4=Frequently; 5=Almost Always
Query faces3 Integer Recommended It is easier to discuss problems with people outside the family than with other family members 1::5 1=Almost Never; 2=Once in a While; 3=Sometimes; 4=Frequently; 5=Almost Always fcii_2
Query faces4 Integer Recommended Each family member has input regarding major family decisions 1::5 1=Almost Never; 2=Once in a While; 3=Sometimes; 4=Frequently; 5=Almost Always
Query faces5 Integer Recommended Our family gathers together in the same room 1::5 1=Almost Never; 2=Once in a While; 3=Sometimes; 4=Frequently; 5=Almost Always fcii_3
Query faces6 Integer Recommended Children have a say in their discipline 1::5 1=Almost Never; 2=Once in a While; 3=Sometimes; 4=Frequently; 5=Almost Always
Query faces7 Integer Recommended Our family does things together 1::5 1=Almost Never; 2=Once in a While; 3=Sometimes; 4=Frequently; 5=Almost Always fcii_4
Query faces8 Integer Recommended Family members discuss problems and feel good about the solutions 1::5 1=Almost Never; 2=Once in a While; 3=Sometimes; 4=Frequently; 5=Almost Always
Query faces9 Integer Recommended In our family, everyone goes his/her own way 1::5 1=Almost Never; 2=Once in a While; 3=Sometimes; 4=Frequently; 5=Almost Always fcii_5
Query faces10 Integer Recommended We shift household responsibilities from person to person 1::5 1=Almost Never; 2=Once in a While; 3=Sometimes; 4=Frequently; 5=Almost Always
Query faces11 Integer Recommended Family members know each other's close friends 1::5 1=Almost Never; 2=Once in a While; 3=Sometimes; 4=Frequently; 5=Almost Always fcii_6
Query faces12 Integer Recommended It is hard to know what the rules are in our family 1::5 1=Almost Never; 2=Once in a While; 3=Sometimes; 4=Frequently; 5=Almost Always
Query faces13 Integer Recommended Family members consult other family members on personal decisions 1::5 1=Almost Never; 2=Once in a While; 3=Sometimes; 4=Frequently; 5=Almost Always fcii_7
Query faces14 Integer Recommended Family members say what they want 1::5 1=Almost Never; 2=Once in a While; 3=Sometimes; 4=Frequently; 5=Almost Always
Query faces15 Integer Recommended We have difficulty thinking of things to do as a family 1::5 1=Almost Never; 2=Once in a While; 3=Sometimes; 4=Frequently; 5=Almost Always fcii_8
Query faces16 Integer Recommended In solving problems, the children's suggestions are followed 1::5 1=Almost Never; 2=Once in a While; 3=Sometimes; 4=Frequently; 5=Almost Always
Query faces17 Integer Recommended Family members feel very close to each other 1::5 1=Almost Never; 2=Once in a While; 3=Sometimes; 4=Frequently; 5=Almost Always fcii_9
Query faces18 Integer Recommended Discipline is fair in our family 1::5 1=Almost Never; 2=Once in a While; 3=Sometimes; 4=Frequently; 5=Almost Always
Query faces19 Integer Recommended Family members feel closer to people outside the family than to other family members 1::5 1=Almost Never; 2=Once in a While; 3=Sometimes; 4=Frequently; 5=Almost Always fcii_10
Query faces20 Integer Recommended Our family tries new ways of dealing with problems 1::5 1=Almost Never; 2=Once in a While; 3=Sometimes; 4=Frequently; 5=Almost Always
Query faces21 Integer Recommended Family members go along with what the family decides to do 1::5 1=Almost Never; 2=Once in a While; 3=Sometimes; 4=Frequently; 5=Almost Always fcii_11
Query faces22 Integer Recommended In our family, everyone shares responsibilities 1::5 1=Almost Never; 2=Once in a While; 3=Sometimes; 4=Frequently; 5=Almost Always
Query faces23 Integer Recommended Family members like to spend their free time with each other 1::5 1=Almost Never; 2=Once in a While; 3=Sometimes; 4=Frequently; 5=Almost Always fcii_12
Query faces24 Integer Recommended It is difficult to get a rule changed in our family 1::5 1=Almost Never; 2=Once in a While; 3=Sometimes; 4=Frequently; 5=Almost Always
Query faces25 Integer Recommended Family members avoid each other at home 1::5 1=Almost Never; 2=Once in a While; 3=Sometimes; 4=Frequently; 5=Almost Always fcii_13
Query faces26 Integer Recommended When problems arise, we compromise 1::5 1=Almost Never; 2=Once in a While; 3=Sometimes; 4=Frequently; 5=Almost Always
Query faces27 Integer Recommended We approve of each other's friends 1::5 1=Almost Never; 2=Once in a While; 3=Sometimes; 4=Frequently; 5=Almost Always fcii_15
Query faces28 Integer Recommended Family members are afraid to say what is on their minds 1::5 1=Almost Never; 2=Once in a While; 3=Sometimes; 4=Frequently; 5=Almost Always
Query faces29 Integer Recommended Family members pair up rather than do things as a total family 1::5 1=Almost Never; 2=Once in a While; 3=Sometimes; 4=Frequently; 5=Almost Always fcii_14
Query faces30 Integer Recommended Family members share interests and hobbies with each other 1::5 1=Almost Never; 2=Once in a While; 3=Sometimes; 4=Frequently; 5=Almost Always fcii_16
Query face_adp Integer Recommended Family Adaptability Scale
Query face_coh Integer Recommended Family Cohesion Scale
facesiv_08 Integer Recommended Family members feel pressured to spend most free time together. 1::5 1=Strongly Disagree; 2=Generally disagree; 3=Undecided; 4=Generally agree; 5= Strongly agree
facesiv_09 Integer Recommended There are clear consequences when a family member does something wrong. 1::5 1=Strongly Disagree; 2=Generally disagree; 3=Undecided; 4=Generally agree; 5= Strongly agree
facesiv_10 Integer Recommended It is hard to know who the leader is in our family. 1::5 1=Strongly Disagree; 2=Generally disagree; 3=Undecided; 4=Generally agree; 5= Strongly agree
facesiv_11 Integer Recommended Family members know very little about the friends of other family members. 1::5 1=Strongly Disagree; 2=Generally disagree; 3=Undecided; 4=Generally agree; 5= Strongly agree
facesiv_12 Integer Recommended Family members are too dependent on each other. 1::5 1=Strongly Disagree; 2=Generally disagree; 3=Undecided; 4=Generally agree; 5= Strongly agree
facesiv_13 Integer Recommended Our family has a rule for almost every possible situation. 1::5 1=Strongly Disagree; 2=Generally disagree; 3=Undecided; 4=Generally agree; 5= Strongly agree
facesiv_14 Integer Recommended Things do not get done in our family. 1::5 1=Strongly Disagree; 2=Generally disagree; 3=Undecided; 4=Generally agree; 5= Strongly agree
facesiv_15 Integer Recommended Family members consult other family members on important decisions. 1::5 1=Strongly Disagree; 2=Generally disagree; 3=Undecided; 4=Generally agree; 5= Strongly agree
facesiv_16 Integer Recommended My family is able to adjust to change when necessary. 1::5 1=Strongly Disagree; 2=Generally disagree; 3=Undecided; 4=Generally agree; 5= Strongly agree
facesiv_17 Integer Recommended Family members are on their own when there is a problem to be solved. 1::5 1=Strongly Disagree; 2=Generally disagree; 3=Undecided; 4=Generally agree; 5= Strongly agree
facesiv_18 Integer Recommended Family members have little need for friends outside the family. 1::5 1=Strongly Disagree; 2=Generally disagree; 3=Undecided; 4=Generally agree; 5= Strongly agree
facesiv_19 Integer Recommended Our family is highly organized. 1::5 1=Strongly Disagree; 2=Generally disagree; 3=Undecided; 4=Generally agree; 5= Strongly agree
facesiv_20 Integer Recommended It is unclear who is responsible for things (chores; activities) in our family. 1::5 1=Strongly Disagree; 2=Generally disagree; 3=Undecided; 4=Generally agree; 5= Strongly agree
facesiv_21 Integer Recommended Family members like to spend some of their free time with each other. 1::5 1=Strongly Disagree; 2=Generally disagree; 3=Undecided; 4=Generally agree; 5= Strongly agree
facesiv_22 Integer Recommended Our family seldom does things together. 1::5 1=Strongly Disagree; 2=Generally disagree; 3=Undecided; 4=Generally agree; 5= Strongly agree
facesiv_23 Integer Recommended We feel too connected to each other. 1::5 1=Strongly Disagree; 2=Generally disagree; 3=Undecided; 4=Generally agree; 5= Strongly agree
facesiv_24 Integer Recommended Our family becomes frustrated when there is a change in our plans or routines. 1::5 1=Strongly Disagree; 2=Generally disagree; 3=Undecided; 4=Generally agree; 5= Strongly agree
facesiv_25 Integer Recommended There is no leadership in our family 1::5 1=Strongly Disagree; 2=Generally disagree; 3=Undecided; 4=Generally agree; 5= Strongly agree
facesiv_26 Integer Recommended Although family members have individual interests; they still participant in family activities. 1::5 1=Strongly Disagree; 2=Generally disagree; 3=Undecided; 4=Generally agree; 5= Strongly agree
facesiv_27 Integer Recommended We have clear rules and roles in our family. 1::5 1=Strongly Disagree; 2=Generally disagree; 3=Undecided; 4=Generally agree; 5= Strongly agree
facesiv_01 Integer Recommended Family members are involved in each others lives. 1::5 1=Strongly Disagree; 2=Generally disagree; 3=Undecided; 4=Generally agree; 5= Strongly agree
facesiv_28 Integer Recommended Family members seldom depend on each other. 1::5 1=Strongly Disagree; 2=Generally disagree; 3=Undecided; 4=Generally agree; 5= Strongly agree
facesiv_29 Integer Recommended We resent family members doing things outside the family. 1::5 1=Strongly Disagree; 2=Generally disagree; 3=Undecided; 4=Generally agree; 5= Strongly agree
facesiv_30 Integer Recommended It is important to follow the rules in our family. 1::5 1=Strongly Disagree; 2=Generally disagree; 3=Undecided; 4=Generally agree; 5= Strongly agree
facesiv_31 Integer Recommended Our family has a hard time keepingtrack of who does various household tasks. 1::5 1=Strongly Disagree; 2=Generally disagree; 3=Undecided; 4=Generally agree; 5= Strongly agree
facesiv_32 Integer Recommended Our family has a good balance of separateness and closeness. 1::5 1=Strongly Disagree; 2=Generally disagree; 3=Undecided; 4=Generally agree; 5= Strongly agree
facesiv_33 Integer Recommended Family members mainly operate independently. 1::5 1=Strongly Disagree; 2=Generally disagree; 3=Undecided; 4=Generally agree; 5= Strongly agree
facesiv_34 Integer Recommended Family members feel guilty if they want to spend time away from the family. 1::5 1=Strongly Disagree; 2=Generally disagree; 3=Undecided; 4=Generally agree; 5= Strongly agree
facesiv_35 Integer Recommended Once a decision is made; it is very difficult to modify that decision. 1::5 1=Strongly Disagree; 2=Generally disagree; 3=Undecided; 4=Generally agree; 5= Strongly agree
facesiv_36 Integer Recommended Our family feels hectic and disorganized. 1::5 1=Strongly Disagree; 2=Generally disagree; 3=Undecided; 4=Generally agree; 5= Strongly agree
facesiv_37 Integer Recommended Family members are satisfied with how they communicate with each other. 1::5 1=Strongly Disagree; 2=Generally disagree; 3=Undecided; 4=Generally agree; 5= Strongly agree
facesiv_02 Integer Recommended We get along better with people outside our family than inside. 1::5 1=Strongly Disagree; 2=Generally disagree; 3=Undecided; 4=Generally agree; 5= Strongly agree
facesiv_38 Integer Recommended Family members are very good listeners. 1::5 1=Strongly Disagree; 2=Generally disagree; 3=Undecided; 4=Generally agree; 5= Strongly agree
facesiv_39 Integer Recommended Family members express affection to each other. 1::5 1=Strongly Disagree; 2=Generally disagree; 3=Undecided; 4=Generally agree; 5= Strongly agree
facesiv_40 Integer Recommended Family members are able to ask each other for what they want. 1::5 1=Strongly Disagree; 2=Generally disagree; 3=Undecided; 4=Generally agree; 5= Strongly agree
facesiv_41 Integer Recommended Family members can calmly discuss problems with each other. 1::5 1=Strongly Disagree; 2=Generally disagree; 3=Undecided; 4=Generally agree; 5= Strongly agree
facesiv_42 Integer Recommended Family members discuss their ideas and beliefs with each other. 1::5 1=Strongly Disagree; 2=Generally disagree; 3=Undecided; 4=Generally agree; 5= Strongly agree
facesiv_43 Integer Recommended When family members ask questions of each other; they get honest answers. 1::5 1=Strongly Disagree; 2=Generally disagree; 3=Undecided; 4=Generally agree; 5= Strongly agree
facesiv_44 Integer Recommended Family members try to understand each other?s feelings 1::5 1=Strongly Disagree; 2=Generally disagree; 3=Undecided; 4=Generally agree; 5= Strongly agree
facesiv_45 Integer Recommended When angry; family members seldom say negative things about each other. 1::5 1=Strongly Disagree; 2=Generally disagree; 3=Undecided; 4=Generally agree; 5= Strongly agree
facesiv_46 Integer Recommended Family members express their true feelings to each other 1::5 1=Strongly Disagree; 2=Generally disagree; 3=Undecided; 4=Generally agree; 5= Strongly agree
facesiv_47 Integer Recommended The degree of closeness between family members. 1::5 1=Very dissatisfied; 2=Somewhat dissatisfied; 3=Generally satisfied; 4=Very satisfied; 5=Extremely satisfied
facesiv_03 Integer Recommended We spend too much time together. 1::5 1=Strongly Disagree; 2=Generally disagree; 3=Undecided; 4=Generally agree; 5= Strongly agree
facesiv_48 Integer Recommended Your family?s ability to cope with stress. 1::5 1=Very dissatisfied; 2=Somewhat dissatisfied; 3=Generally satisfied; 4=Very satisfied; 5=Extremely satisfied
facesiv_49 Integer Recommended Your family?s ability to be flexible. 1::5 1=Very dissatisfied; 2=Somewhat dissatisfied; 3=Generally satisfied; 4=Very satisfied; 5=Extremely satisfied
facesiv_50 Integer Recommended Your family?s ability to share positive experiences. 1::5 1=Very dissatisfied; 2=Somewhat dissatisfied; 3=Generally satisfied; 4=Very satisfied; 5=Extremely satisfied
facesiv_51 Integer Recommended The quality of communication between family members. 1::5 1=Very dissatisfied; 2=Somewhat dissatisfied; 3=Generally satisfied; 4=Very satisfied; 5=Extremely satisfied
facesiv_52 Integer Recommended Your family?s ability to resolve conflicts. 1::5 1=Very dissatisfied; 2=Somewhat dissatisfied; 3=Generally satisfied; 4=Very satisfied; 5=Extremely satisfied
facesiv_53 Integer Recommended The amount of time you spend together as a family. 1::5 1=Very dissatisfied; 2=Somewhat dissatisfied; 3=Generally satisfied; 4=Very satisfied; 5=Extremely satisfied
facesiv_54 Integer Recommended The way problems are discussed. 1::5 1=Very dissatisfied; 2=Somewhat dissatisfied; 3=Generally satisfied; 4=Very satisfied; 5=Extremely satisfied
facesiv_55 Integer Recommended The fairness of criticism in your family. 1::5 1=Very dissatisfied; 2=Somewhat dissatisfied; 3=Generally satisfied; 4=Very satisfied; 5=Extremely satisfied
facesiv_56 Integer Recommended Family members concern for each other. 1::5 1=Very dissatisfied; 2=Somewhat dissatisfied; 3=Generally satisfied; 4=Very satisfied; 5=Extremely satisfied
facesiv_04 Integer Recommended There are strict consequences for breaking the rules in our family. 1::5 1=Strongly Disagree; 2=Generally disagree; 3=Undecided; 4=Generally agree; 5= Strongly agree
facesiv_05 Integer Recommended We never seem to get organized in our family. 1::5 1=Strongly Disagree; 2=Generally disagree; 3=Undecided; 4=Generally agree; 5= Strongly agree
facesiv_06 Integer Recommended Parents equally share leadership in our family. 1::5 1=Strongly Disagree; 2=Generally disagree; 3=Undecided; 4=Generally agree; 5= Strongly agree
facesiv_07 Integer Recommended Family members seem to avoid contact with each other when at home. 1::5 1=Strongly Disagree; 2=Generally disagree; 3=Undecided; 4=Generally agree; 5= Strongly agree
iii_14_8_w1 Integer Recommended My family and I have the same views about being successful. 1 :: 4 1= Not at all/Never; 2= Hardly ever true; 3= True a lot; 4= Always true famsocial8
iii_14_9_w1 Integer Recommended We can easily think of things to do together as a family. 1 :: 4 1= Not at all/Never; 2= Hardly ever true; 3= True a lot; 4= Always true famsocial9
iii_14_10_w1 Integer Recommended It is hard to identify the leaders in our family. 1 :: 4 1= Not at all/Never; 2= Hardly ever true; 3= True a lot; 4= Always true famsocial10
iii_14_11_w1 Integer Recommended It is hard to tell who does which household chore. 1 :: 4 1= Not at all/Never; 2= Hardly ever true; 3= True a lot; 4= Always true famsocial11
iii_14_12_w1 Integer Recommended I sometimes get headaches or other aches and pain. 1 :: 4 1= Not at all/Never; 2= Hardly ever true; 3= True a lot; 4= Always true famsocial12
iii_14_13_w1 Integer Recommended I sometimes use feeling sick to get out of doing something. 1 :: 4 1= Not at all/Never; 2= Hardly ever true; 3= True a lot; 4= Always true famsocial13
iii_15_1_w1 Integer Recommended Family togetherness is very important 1 :: 4 1= Strongly Disagree; 2= Disagree; 3= Agree; 4= Strongly Agree famsocial_b_1
iii_15_2_w1 Integer Recommended Kids should value close relationships with their family and not have to be asked to spend time at home 1 :: 4 1= Strongly Disagree; 2= Disagree; 3= Agree; 4= Strongly Agree famsocial_b_2
iii_15_3_w1 Integer Recommended No matter what family members should stick together 1 :: 4 1= Strongly Disagree; 2= Disagree; 3= Agree; 4= Strongly Agree famsocial_b_3
iii_15_4_w1 Integer Recommended Family members should be able to speak their minds with one another. 1 :: 4 1= Strongly Disagree; 2= Disagree; 3= Agree; 4= Strongly Agree famsocial_b_4
iii_15_5_w1 Integer Recommended Parents should teach their children what they need to know to make it in the world 1 :: 4 1= Strongly Disagree; 2= Disagree; 3= Agree; 4= Strongly Agree famsocial_b_5
iii_15_6_w1 Integer Recommended Children should always talk to their parents with respect 1 :: 4 1= Strongly Disagree; 2= Disagree; 3= Agree; 4= Strongly Agree famsocial_b_6
iii_15_7_w1 Integer Recommended Kids should obey their parents even when they do not agree 1 :: 4 1= Strongly Disagree; 2= Disagree; 3= Agree; 4= Strongly Agree famsocial_b_7
iii_15_8_w1 Integer Recommended Parents should expect kids my age to do some work around the house 1 :: 4 1= Strongly Disagree; 2= Disagree; 3= Agree; 4= Strongly Agree famsocial_b_8
iii_15_9_w1 Integer Recommended Kids my age should clean-up for themselves without having to be told 1 :: 4 1= Strongly Disagree; 2= Disagree; 3= Agree; 4= Strongly Agree famsocial_b_9
iii_15_10_w1 Integer Recommended It is OK to lie to someone if it will keep you out of trouble with them 1 :: 4 1= Strongly Disagree; 2= Disagree; 3= Agree; 4= Strongly Agree famsocial_b_10
iii_15_11_w1 Integer Recommended It is OK to steal something from someone who is rich and can easily replace it 1 :: 4 1= Strongly Disagree; 2= Disagree; 3= Agree; 4= Strongly Agree famsocial_b_11
iii_15_12_w1 Integer Recommended It is OK to skip school every once in a while 1 :: 4 1= Strongly Disagree; 2= Disagree; 3= Agree; 4= Strongly Agree famsocial_b_12
iii_15_13_w1 Integer Recommended It is OK to fight if the other guy says bad enough things about your family 1 :: 4 1= Strongly Disagree; 2= Disagree; 3= Agree; 4= Strongly Agree famsocial_b_13
iii_14_1_w1 Integer Recommended My family expects too much of me. 1 :: 4 1= Not at all/Never; 2= Hardly ever true; 3= True a lot; 4= Always true famsocial1
iii_14_2_w1 Integer Recommended My family knows what I mean when I say something. 1 :: 4 1= Not at all/Never; 2= Hardly ever true; 3= True a lot; 4= Always true famsocial2
iii_14_3_w1 Integer Recommended My family does not care about me. 1 :: 4 1= Not at all/Never; 2= Hardly ever true; 3= True a lot; 4= Always true famsocial3
iii_14_4_w1 Integer Recommended I often do not understand what other family members are saying. 1 :: 4 1= Not at all/Never; 2= Hardly ever true; 3= True a lot; 4= Always true famsocial4
iii_14_5_w1 Integer Recommended If someone in the family has upset me, I keep it to myself. 1 :: 4 1= Not at all/Never; 2= Hardly ever true; 3= True a lot; 4= Always true famsocial5
iii_14_6_w1 Integer Recommended My family and I have the same views about what is right and wrong. 1 :: 4 1= Not at all/Never; 2= Hardly ever true; 3= True a lot; 4= Always true famsocial6
iii_14_7_w1 Integer Recommended I am tired of being blamed for family problems. 1 :: 4 1= Not at all/Never; 2= Hardly ever true; 3= True a lot; 4= Always true famsocial7
b_family_relations_c_2 Integer Recommended If you have a problem, how often do your parents/guardians offer to help? 1::5 1 = Never; 2 = Sometimes; 3 = About half the time; 4 = Most of the time; 5 = Always
b_family_relations_d_1 Integer Recommended Can you count on your parent(s)/ guardian(s) to help you out, if you have some kind of problem? 1::5 1 = Never; 2 = Sometimes; 3 = About half the time; 4 = Most of the time; 5 = Always
b_family_relations_d_2 Integer Recommended Do your parent(s)/guardian(s) say that you should not argue with adults? 1::5 1 = Never; 2 = Sometimes; 3 = About half the time; 4 = Most of the time; 5 = Always
b_family_relations_d_3 Integer Recommended Do your parent(s)/guardian(s) keep challenging you to do your best in whatever you do? 1::5 1 = Never; 2 = Sometimes; 3 = About half the time; 4 = Most of the time; 5 = Always
b_family_relations_d_4 Integer Recommended Do your parent(s)/guardian(s) say that you should give in on arguments rather than make people angry? 1::5 1 = Never; 2 = Sometimes; 3 = About half the time; 4 = Most of the time; 5 = Always
b_family_relations_d_5 Integer Recommended Do your parent(s)/guardian(s) keep challenging you to think independently? 1::5 1 = Never; 2 = Sometimes; 3 = About half the time; 4 = Most of the time; 5 = Always
b_family_relations_d_6 Integer Recommended When you get a poor grade in school, do your parent(s)/guardian(s) punish you? 1::5 1 = Never; 2 = Sometimes; 3 = About half the time; 4 = Most of the time; 5 = Always
b_family_relations_d_7 Integer Recommended Do your parent(s)/guardian(s) show interest in your schoolwork? 1::5 1 = Never; 2 = Sometimes; 3 = About half the time; 4 = Most of the time; 5 = Always
b_family_relations_d_8 Integer Recommended Do your parent(s)/guardian(s) tell you that their ideas are correct and that you should not question them? 1::5 1 = Never; 2 = Sometimes; 3 = About half the time; 4 = Most of the time; 5 = Always
b_family_relations_d_9 Integer Recommended When your parent(s)/guardian(s) wants you to do something, do they explain why? 1::5 1 = Never; 2 = Sometimes; 3 = About half the time; 4 = Most of the time; 5 = Always
b_family_relations_d_10 Integer Recommended Whenever you argue with your parent(s)/guardian(s), do they say things like You will know better when you grow up? 1::5 1 = Never; 2 = Sometimes; 3 = About half the time; 4 = Most of the time; 5 = Always
b_family_relations_d_11 Integer Recommended When you get poor marks in school, do your parent(s)/guardian(s) encourage you to try harder? 1::5 1 = Never; 2 = Sometimes; 3 = About half the time; 4 = Most of the time; 5 = Always
b_family_relations_d_12 Integer Recommended Do your parent(s)/guardian(s) let you make your own plans for things you want to do? 1::5 1 = Never; 2 = Sometimes; 3 = About half the time; 4 = Most of the time; 5 = Always
b_family_relations_d_13 Integer Recommended Do your parent(s)/guardian(s) know who your friends are? 1::5 1 = Never; 2 = Sometimes; 3 = About half the time; 4 = Most of the time; 5 = Always
b_family_relations_d_14 Integer Recommended Do your parent(s)/guardian(s) act cold and unfriendly if you do something they do not like? 1::5 1 = Never; 2 = Sometimes; 3 = About half the time; 4 = Most of the time; 5 = Always
b_family_relations_d_15 Integer Recommended Do your parent(s)/guardian(s) spend time just talking with you? 1::5 1 = Never; 2 = Sometimes; 3 = About half the time; 4 = Most of the time; 5 = Always
b_family_relations_d_16 Integer Recommended When you get poor marks in school, do your parent(s)/guardian(s) make you feel bad about it? 1::5 1 = Never; 2 = Sometimes; 3 = About half the time; 4 = Most of the time; 5 = Always
b_family_relations_d_17 Integer Recommended Do your parent(s)/guardian(s) do things for fun together? 1::5 1 = Never; 2 = Sometimes; 3 = About half the time; 4 = Most of the time; 5 = Always
b_family_relations_d_18 Integer Recommended Do your parent(s)/guardian(s) stop you from doing things with them when you do something they do not like? 1::5 1 = Never; 2 = Sometimes; 3 = About half the time; 4 = Most of the time; 5 = Always
ed_1_y Integer Recommended Are you currently in school? 0;1;77;88;-99 0= No; 1= Yes; 77= Refused; 88= Missing; -99= NA
b_family_relations_a_1 Integer Recommended Do your family members ask each other for help before asking non-family members for help? 1::5 1 = Never occurs; 2 = Sometimes occurs; 3 = Occurs about half the time; 4 = Occurs most of the time; 5 = Always occurs
b_family_relations_e_q_2 String 250 Recommended Are you currently in school? If yes, what class? 777 = Not applicable
b_family_relations_e3_1 Integer Recommended Have you talked to your parent(s)/guardian(s) about your schoolwork? 0;1 0 = No; 1 = Yes
b_family_relations_e3_2 Integer Recommended Have you asked your parent(s)/guardian(s) to help you with your homework? 0;1 0 = No; 1 = Yes
b_family_relations_e3_3 Integer Recommended Have you talked to your parent(s)/guardian(s) about your future plans? 0;1 0 = No; 1 = Yes
b_family_relations_e_q_4 Integer Recommended In the last school term, did you ever have any serious, physical fights with other students? 0;1 0 = No; 1 = Yes
b_family_relations_e_q_4a Integer Recommended In the last school term, did you ever have any serious, physical fights with other students? If yes, how many times? 777 = Not applicable
b_family_relations_e_q_5 Integer Recommended In the last school term, did you ever have any serious, verbal fights with teachers? 0;1 0 = No; 1 = Yes
b_family_relations_e_q_5a Integer Recommended In the last school term, did you ever have any serious, verbal fights with teachers? If yes, how many times? 777 = Not applicable
b_family_relations_e_q_6 Integer Recommended In the last school term, were you suspended from school? 0;1 0 = No; 1 = Yes
b_family_relations_e_q_6a Integer Recommended In the last school term, were you suspended from school? If yes, how many times? 777 = Not applicable
b_family_relations_a_2 Integer Recommended Do your family members like to spend free time with each other? 1::5 1 = Never occurs; 2 = Sometimes occurs; 3 = Occurs about half the time; 4 = Occurs most of the time; 5 = Always occurs
b_family_relations_e_q_7 Integer Recommended In the last school term, were you expelled from school? 0;1 0 = No; 1 = Yes
b_family_relations_e_q_7a Integer Recommended In the last school term, were you expelled from school? If yes, how many times? 777 = Not applicable
b_family_relations_e_q_8 Integer Recommended In the last school term, did you ever have any physical fights with teachers? 0;1 0 = No; 1 = Yes
b_family_relations_e_q_8a Integer Recommended In the last school term, did you ever have any physical fights with teachers? If yes, how many times? 777 = Not applicable
b_family_relations_e_q_9 Integer Recommended In the last school term, did you ever have any special help in school, such as coaching? 0;1 0 = No; 1 = Yes
b_family_relations_e_q_9a Integer Recommended In the last school term, did you ever have any special help in school, such as coaching? If yes, how many times? 777 = Not applicable
b_family_relations_a_3 Integer Recommended Do your family members feel close to each other? 1::5 1 = Never occurs; 2 = Sometimes occurs; 3 = Occurs about half the time; 4 = Occurs most of the time; 5 = Always occurs
b_family_relations_a_4 Integer Recommended Are you available when others in the family want to talk to you? 1::5 1 = Never occurs; 2 = Sometimes occurs; 3 = Occurs about half the time; 4 = Occurs most of the time; 5 = Always occurs
b_family_relations_a_5 Integer Recommended Do you listen to what other family members have to say, even when you disagree? 1::5 1 = Never occurs; 2 = Sometimes occurs; 3 = Occurs about half the time; 4 = Occurs most of the time; 5 = Always occurs
b_family_relations_a_6 Integer Recommended We do things together as a family. 1::5 1 = Never occurs; 2 = Sometimes occurs; 3 = Occurs about half the time; 4 = Occurs most of the time; 5 = Always occurs
b_family_relations_c_1 Integer Recommended Do your parents(s)/guardians take time to listen to you when you want to talk to them? 1::5 1 = Never; 2 = Sometimes; 3 = About half the time; 4 = Most of the time; 5 = Always
facesiv_7alt Integer Recommended Family members feel very close to each other. 1::5 1=Strongly disagree; 2=Generally disagree; 3=Undecided; 4=Generally agree; 5=Strongly agree
facesiv_14alt Integer Recommended Family members are supportive of each other during difficult times. 1::5 1=Strongly disagree; 2=Generally disagree; 3=Undecided; 4=Generally agree; 5=Strongly agree
facesiv_13alt Integer Recommended Discipline is fair in our family. 1::5 1=Strongly disagree; 2=Generally disagree; 3=Undecided; 4=Generally agree; 5=Strongly agree
facesiv_26alt Integer Recommended We shift household responsibilities from person to person. 1::5 1=Strongly disagree; 2=Generally disagree; 3=Undecided; 4=Generally agree; 5=Strongly agree
facesiv_38alt Integer Recommended When problems arise, we compromise. 1::5 1=Strongly disagree; 2=Generally disagree; 3=Undecided; 4=Generally agree; 5=Strongly agree
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