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Gay-Related Rejection Sensitivity Scale

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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 subject
M;F
M = Male; F = Femalegender
grrs1aIntegerRecommendedYou bring a partner to a family reunion. Two of your old-fashioned aunts don't come talk to you even though they see you: How concerned or anxious would you be that they don't talk to you because of your sexual orientation?1::61= Very Unconcerned; 6= Very Concernedrs1_a
grrs1bIntegerRecommendedYou bring a partner to a family reunion. Two of your old-fashioned aunts don't come talk to you even though they see you: How likely is it that they didn't talk to you because of your sexual orientation?1::61= Very Unlikely; 6= Very Likelyrs1_l
grrs2aIntegerRecommendedA 3-year old child of a distant relative is crawling on your lap. The child's mom comes to take the child away: How concerned or anxious would you be that the mom took him away because of your sexual orientation?1::61= Very Unconcerned; 6= Very Concernedrs2_a
grrs2bIntegerRecommendedA 3-year old child of a distant relative is crawling on your lap. The child's mom comes to take the child away: How likely is it that the mom took him away because of your sexual orientation1::61= Very Unlikely; 6= Very Likelyrs2_l
grrs3aIntegerRecommendedYou've been dating someone for a few years now and you receive a wedding invitation to a straight friend's wedding. The invite was addressed only to you, not you and a guest: How concerned or anxious would you be that the invite was addressed only to you because of your sexual orientation?1::61= Very Unconcerned; 6= Very Concernedrs3_a
grrs3bIntegerRecommendedYou've been dating someone for a few years now and you receive a wedding invitation to a straight friend's wedding. The invite was addressed only to you, not you and a guest: How likely is it that the invite was addressed only to you because of your sexual orientation?1::61= Very Unlikely; 6= Very Likelyrs3_l
grrs4aIntegerRecommendedYou go to a job interview and the interviewer asks if you are married. You say that you and your partner have been together for 5 years. You later find out that you don't get the job: How concerned or anxious would you be that you didn't get the job because of your sexual orientation?1::61= Very Unconcerned; 6= Very Concernedrs4_a
grrs4bIntegerRecommendedYou go to a job interview and the interviewer asks if you are married. You say that you and your partner have been together for 5 years. You later find out that you don't get the job: How likely is it that you didn't get the job because of your sexual orientation?1::61= Very Unlikely; 6= Very Likelyrs4_l
grrs5aIntegerRecommendedYou are going to have surgery, and the doctor tells you that he would like to give you an HIV test: How concerned or anxious would you be that he gave you an HIV test because of your sexual orientation?1::61= Very Unconcerned; 6= Very Concernedrs5_a
grrs5bIntegerRecommendedYou are going to have surgery, and the doctor tells you that he would like to give you an HIV test: How likely is it that he gave you an HIV test because of your sexual orientation?1::61= Very Unlikely; 6= Very Likelyrs5_l
grrs6aIntegerRecommendedYou go to donate blood and the person who is supposed to draw your blood turns to her co-worker and says, "Why don't you take this one?": How concerned or anxious would you be that she asked her co-worker to draw your blood because of your sexual orientation?1::61= Very Unconcerned; 6= Very Concernedrs6_a
grrs6bIntegerRecommendedYou go to donate blood and the person who is supposed to draw your blood turns to her co-worker and says, "Why don't you take this one?": How likely is it that she asked her co-worker to draw your blood because of your sexual orientation?1::61= Very Unlikely; 6= Very Likelyrs6_l
grrs7aIntegerRecommendedYou go get an STD checkup, and the man taking your sexual history is rude towards you: How concerned or anxious would you be that he is rude towards you because of your sexual orientation?1::61= Very Unconcerned; 6= Very Concernedrs7_a
grrs7bIntegerRecommendedYou go get an STD checkup, and the man taking your sexual history is rude towards you: How likely is it that he is rude towards you because of your sexual orientation?1::61= Very Unlikely; 6= Very Likelyrs7_l
grrs8aIntegerRecommendedYou bring someone you are dating to a fancy restaurant of straight patrons, and you are seated away from everyone else in a back corner of the restaurant: How concerned or anxious would you be that you were seated there because of your sexual orientation?1::61= Very Unconcerned; 6= Very Concernedrs8_a
grrs8bIntegerRecommendedYou bring someone you are dating to a fancy restaurant of straight patrons, and you are seated away from everyone else in a back corner of the restaurant: How likely is it that you were seated there because of your sexual orientation?1::61= Very Unlikely; 6= Very Likelyrs8_l
grrs9aIntegerRecommendedYou and your partner are on a road trip and decide to check into a hotel in a rural town. The sign out front says there are vacancies. The two of you go inside, and the woman at the front desk says that there are no rooms left: How concerned or anxious would you be that she lied to you because of your sexual orientation?1::61= Very Unconcerned; 6= Very Concernedrs10_a
grrs9bIntegerRecommendedYou and your partner are on a road trip and decide to check into a hotel in a rural town. The sign out front says there are vacancies. The two of you go inside, and the woman at the front desk says that there are no rooms left: How likely is it that she lied to you because of your sexual orientation?1::61= Very Unlikely; 6= Very Likelyrs10_l
grrs10aIntegerRecommendedYou go to a party and you and your partner are the only gay people there. No one seems interested in talking to you: How concerned or anxious would you be that no one talks to you because of your sexual orientation?1::61= Very Unconcerned; 6= Very Concernedrs11_a
grrs10bIntegerRecommendedYou go to a party and you and your partner are the only gay people there. No one seems interested in talking to you: How likely is it that no one talked to you because of your sexual orientation?1::61= Very Unlikely; 6= Very Likelyrs11_l
grrs11aIntegerRecommendedYou are in a locker room in a straight gym. One person nearby moves to another area to change clothes: How concerned or anxious would you be that he moved to another area to change because of your sexual orientation?1::61= Very Unconcerned; 6= Very Concernedrs12_a
grrs11bIntegerRecommendedYou are in a locker room in a straight gym. One person nearby moves to another area to change clothes: How likely is it that he moved to another area to change because of your sexual orientation?1::61= Very Unlikely; 6= Very Likelyrs12_l
grrs12aIntegerRecommendedYour colleagues are celebrating a co-worker's birthday at a restaurant. You are not invited: How concerned or anxious would you be that they did not invite you because of your sexual orientation?1::61= Very Unconcerned; 6= Very Concernedrs14_a
grrs12bIntegerRecommendedYour colleagues are celebrating a co-worker's birthday at a restaurant. You are not invited: How likely is it that they did not invite you because of your sexual orientation?1::61= Very Unlikely; 6= Very Likelyrs14_l
grrs_totFloatRecommendedGRRS ScoreFor each item, multiply the anxiety score by the likelihood score to get an individual rejection sensitivity score for each item. Take the average of the 14 individual rejection sensitivity scoresrs_mean
timepoint_labelString5RecommendedTimepoint/visit labelassessment.c
rs_1IntegerRecommendedRecalling Sentences. 10::3; -9SCORING: 0 = 4+ errors; 1 = 2-3 errors; 2 = 1 error; 3 = OK. QUESTIONS: Did the girl catch the baseball (CELF-3); The tractor was followed by the bus (CELF-4)
rs_2IntegerRecommendedRecalling Sentences. 20::3; -9SCORING: 0 = 4+ errors; 1 = 2-3 errors; 2 = 1 error; 3 = OK. QUESTIONS: The tractor was followed by the bus (CELF-3); Did the girl catch the baseball (CELF-4)
rs_3IntegerRecommendedRecalling Sentences. 30::3; -9SCORING: 0 = 4+ errors; 1 = 2-3 errors; 2 = 1 error; 3 = OK. QUESTIONS: Didn't the boys eat the candy (CELF-3); Did you remember to bring your lunch (CELF-4)
rs_4IntegerRecommendedRecalling Sentences. 40::3; -9SCORING: 0 = 4+ errors; 1 = 2-3 errors; 2 = 1 error; 3 = OK. QUESTIONS: The rabbit was not put in the cage (CELF-3); The boy fell and hurt himself (CELF-4)
rs_5IntegerRecommendedRecalling Sentences. 50::3; -9SCORING: 0 = 4+ errors; 1 = 2-3 errors; 2 = 1 error; 3 = OK. QUESTIONS: Was the van preceded by the ambulance (CELF-3); Was the van followed by the ambulance (CELF-4)
rs_6IntegerRecommendedRecalling Sentences. 60::3; -9SCORING: 0 = 4+ errors; 1 = 2-3 errors; 2 = 1 error; 3 = OK. QUESTIONS: The tall seventh grader made the field goal (CELF-3); The rabbit was not put in the cage by the girl (CELF-4)
rs_7IntegerRecommendedRecalling Sentences. 70::3; -9SCORING: 0 = 4+ errors; 1 = 2-3 errors; 2 = 1 error; 3 = OK. QUESTIONS: The catcher caught the ball and the crowd cheered loudly (CELF-3); Didn't the boys eat the apples (CELF-4)
rs_8IntegerRecommendedRecalling Sentences. 80::3; -9SCORING: 0 = 4+ errors; 1 = 2-3 errors; 2 = 1 error; 3 = OK. QUESTIONS: The boy stopped to buy some milk, even though he was late for class (CELF-3); The big, brown dog ate all of the cat's food (CELF-4)
rs_10IntegerRecommendedRecalling Sentences. 100::3; -9SCORING: 0 = 4+ errors; 1 = 2-3 errors; 2 = 1 error; 3 = OK. QUESTIONS: The student did not know the teacher who taught third grade last year (CELF-3); The kindergartner cannot cross the street by himself (CELF-4)
rs_11IntegerRecommendedRecalling Sentences. 110::3; -9SCORING: 0 = 4+ errors; 1 = 2-3 errors; 2 = 1 error; 3 = OK. QUESTIONS: The computers and printers were donated by the school board (CELF-3); The play castle was built by the girls and boys (CELF-4)
rs_12IntegerRecommendedRecalling Sentences. 120::3; -9SCORING: 0 = 4+ errors; 1 = 2-3 errors; 2 = 1 error; 3 = OK. QUESTIONS: The girl who lives upstairs in my apartment building is in my class (CELF-3); Because tomorrow is Saturday, we can stay up late tonight (CELF-4)
rs_14IntegerRecommendedRecalling Sentences. 140::3; -9SCORING: 0 = 4+ errors; 1 = 2-3 errors; 2 = 1 error; 3 = OK. QUESTIONS: The student who won the award at the science fair was very excited (CELF-3); The coach could not find the uniforms that the team wore last year (CELF-4)
rs_meanIntegerRecommendedGay-Related Rejection Sensitivity Scale Mean Score
condition_cIntegerRecommendedPatient Condition0::20 = Control; 1 = Self-Affirmation; 2 = Expressive Writingcondition.c
grrs_meanFloatRecommendedGRRS Mean Score
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