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Functional Assessment of Self-Mutilation

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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.
sexString20RequiredSex of the subjectM;FM = Male; F = Femalegender
fasm01IntegerRecommendedHave you engaged in the following behaviors on purpose within the last year, without suicidal intent: Cut ot carved on your skin0;10= No; 1= Yes
fasm02IntegerRecommendedApproximately how many times have you cut or carved on your skin?
fasm03IntegerRecommendedHave you gotten medical treatment for cutting or carving on you skin?0;10= No; 1= Yes
fasm04IntegerRecommendedHave you engaged in the following behaviors on purpose within the last year, without suicidal intent: Burned your skin0;10= No; 1= Yes
fasm05IntegerRecommendedApproximately how many times have you burned your skin?
fasm06IntegerRecommendedHave you gotten medical treatment for burning on you skin?0;10= No; 1= Yes
fasm07IntegerRecommendedHave you engaged in the following behaviors on purpose within the last year, without suicidal intent: Hit yuourself on purpose0;10= No; 1= Yes
fasm08IntegerRecommendedApproximately how many times have you hit yourself on purpose?
fasm09IntegerRecommendedHave you gotten medical treatment for hitting yourself on purpose?0;10= No; 1= Yes
fasm10IntegerRecommendedHave you engaged in the following behaviors on purpose within the last year, without suicidal intent: Pulled out your hair0;10= No; 1= Yes
fasm11IntegerRecommendedApproximately how many times have you pulled out your hair?
fasm12IntegerRecommendedHave you gotten medical treatment for pulling out your hair?0;10= No; 1= Yes
fasm13IntegerRecommendedHave you engaged in the following behaviors on purpose within the last year, without suicidal intent: Gave yourself a tattoo0;10= No; 1= Yes
fasm14IntegerRecommendedApproximately how many times have you given yourself a tattoo?
fasm15IntegerRecommendedHave you gotten medical treatment for giving yourself a tattoo?0;10= No; 1= Yes
fasm16IntegerRecommendedHave you engaged in the following behaviors on purpose within the last year, without suicidal intent: Picked at a wound0;10= No; 1= Yes
fasm17IntegerRecommendedApproximately how many times have you picked at a wound?
fasm18IntegerRecommendedHave you gotten medical treatment for picking at a wound?0;10= No; 1= Yes
fasm19IntegerRecommendedHave you engaged in the following behaviors on purpose within the last year, without suicidal intent: Inserted an objects under your nails or skin0;10= No; 1= Yes
fasm20IntegerRecommendedApproximately how many times have you inserted an objects under your nails or skin?
fasm21IntegerRecommendedHave you gotten medical treatment for inserting an objects under your nails or skin?0;10= No; 1= Yes
fasm22IntegerRecommendedHave you engaged in the following behaviors on purpose within the last year, without suicidal intent: Bit yourself0;10= No; 1= Yes
fasm23IntegerRecommendedApproximately how many times have you bit yourself?
fasm24IntegerRecommendedHave you gotten medical treatment for biting yourself?0;10= No; 1= Yes
fasm25IntegerRecommendedHave you engaged in the following behaviors on purpose within the last year, without suicidal intent: Picked areas of your body to the point of drawing blood0;10= No; 1= Yes
fasm26IntegerRecommendedApproximately how many times have you picked areas of your body to the point of drawing blood?
fasm27IntegerRecommendedHave you gotten medical treatment for picking areas of your body to the point of drawing blood?0;10= No; 1= Yes
fasm28IntegerRecommendedHave you engaged in the following behaviors on purpose within the last year, without suicidal intent: Scraped your skin0;10= No; 1= Yes
fasm29IntegerRecommendedApproximately how many times have you scraped your skin?
fasm30IntegerRecommendedHave you gotten medical treatment for scraping your skin?0;10= No; 1= Yes
fasm31IntegerRecommendedHave you engaged in the following behaviors on purpose within the last year, without suicidal intent: "Erased" your skin0;10= No; 1= Yes
fasm32IntegerRecommendedApproximately how many times have you "erased" your skin?
fasm33IntegerRecommendedHave you gotten medical treatment for "erasing" your skin?0;10= No; 1= Yes
fasm34IntegerRecommendedHave you engaged in the following behaviors on purpose within the last year, without suicidal intent: Other0;10= No; 1= Yes
fasm35IntegerRecommendedApproximately how many times have you done something else on purpose within the past year, without suicidal intent?
fasm36IntegerRecommendedHave you gotten medical treatment for doing something else on purpose within the past year, without suicidal intent?0;10= No; 1= Yes
fasm37IntegerRecommendedHow long did you think about doing the above act(s) before actually doing it?1::81= I did not think about it; 2= A few seconds; 3= A few minutes; 4= Less than 1 hour; 5= Less than 1 day; 6= 1-2 days; 7= Longer than 2 days; 8= N/A
fasm38IntegerRecommendedDid you perform any of the above behaviors while you were taking drugs or alcohol?1::31= Yes; 2= No; 3= N/A
fasm39IntegerRecommendedDid you experience any pain during this self-harm?1::51= No pain; 2= Little pain; 3= Moderate pain; 4= Severe pain; 5= N/A
fasm40IntegerRecommendedHow old were you when you first harmed yourself in this way?
fasm41IntegerRecommendedIf not in the past year, have you EVER done any of the above acts?1::31= Yes; 2= No; 3= N/A
fasm42IntegerRecommendedDid you harm yourself to avoid school, work, or other activities1::41= Never; 2= Rarely; 3= Some; 4= Often
fasm43IntegerRecommendedDid you harm yourself to relieve feeling "numb" or empty1::41= Never; 2= Rarely; 3= Some; 4= Often
fasm44IntegerRecommendedDid you harm yourself to get attention1::41= Never; 2= Rarely; 3= Some; 4= Often
fasm45IntegerRecommendedDid you harm yourself to feel something, even if it was pain1::41= Never; 2= Rarely; 3= Some; 4= Often
fasm46IntegerRecommendedDid you harm yourself to avoid having to do something unpleasant you don't want to do1::41= Never; 2= Rarely; 3= Some; 4= Often
fasm47IntegerRecommendedDid you harm yourself to get control of a situation1::41= Never; 2= Rarely; 3= Some; 4= Often
fasm48IntegerRecommendedDid you harm yourself to try to get a reaction from someone, even if it's a negative reaction1::41= Never; 2= Rarely; 3= Some; 4= Often
fasm49IntegerRecommendedDid you harm yourself to receive more attention from your parents or friends1::41= Never; 2= Rarely; 3= Some; 4= Often
fasm50IntegerRecommendedDid you harm yourself to avoid being with people1::41= Never; 2= Rarely; 3= Some; 4= Often
fasm51IntegerRecommendedDid you harm yourself to punish yourself1::41= Never; 2= Rarely; 3= Some; 4= Often
fasm52IntegerRecommendedDid you harm yourself to get other people to act differently or change1::41= Never; 2= Rarely; 3= Some; 4= Often
fasm53IntegerRecommendedDid you harm yourself to be like someone you respect1::41= Never; 2= Rarely; 3= Some; 4= Often
fasm54IntegerRecommendedDid you harm yourself to avoid punishment or paying the consequences1::41= Never; 2= Rarely; 3= Some; 4= Often
fasm55IntegerRecommendedDid you harm yourself to stop bad feelings1::41= Never; 2= Rarely; 3= Some; 4= Often
fasm56IntegerRecommendedDid you harm yourself to let others know how desperate you were1::41= Never; 2= Rarely; 3= Some; 4= Often
fasm57IntegerRecommendedDid you harm yourself to feel more a part of a group1::41= Never; 2= Rarely; 3= Some; 4= Often
fasm58IntegerRecommendedDid you harm yourself to get your parents to understand or notice you1::41= Never; 2= Rarely; 3= Some; 4= Often
fasm59IntegerRecommendedDid you harm yourself to give yourself something to do when alone1::41= Never; 2= Rarely; 3= Some; 4= Often
fasm60IntegerRecommendedDid you harm yourself to give yourself something to do when with others1::41= Never; 2= Rarely; 3= Some; 4= Often
fasm61IntegerRecommendedDid you harm yourself to get help1::41= Never; 2= Rarely; 3= Some; 4= Often
fasm62IntegerRecommendedDid you harm yourself to make others angry1::41= Never; 2= Rarely; 3= Some; 4= Often
fasm63IntegerRecommendedDid you harm yourself to feel relaxed1::41= Never; 2= Rarely; 3= Some; 4= Often
fasm64IntegerRecommendedDid you harm yourself: other1::41= Never; 2= Rarely; 3= Some; 4= Often
fasm65String50RecommendedSpecify other way you have harmed yourself
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This page displays the data structure defined for the measure identified in the title and structure short name. The table below displays a list of data elements in this structure (also called variables) and the following information:

  • Element Name: This is the standard element name
  • Data Type: Which type of data this element is, e.g. String, Float, File location.
  • Size: If applicable, the character limit of this element
  • Required: This column displays whether the element is Required for valid submissions, Recommended for valid submissions, Conditional on other elements, or Optional
  • Description: A basic description
  • Value Range: Which values can appear validly in this element (case sensitive for strings)
  • Notes: Expanded description or notes on coding of values
  • Aliases: A list of currently supported Aliases (alternate element names)
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