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Viewable at the top right of NDA pages, the Filter Cart is a temporary holder for filters and data they select. Filters are added to the Workspace first, before being submitted to The Filter Cart. Data selected by filters in the Filter Cart can be added to a Data Package or an NDA Study from the Data Packaging Page, by clicking the 'Create Data Package / Add Data to Study' button.

The filter cart supports combining multiple filters together, and depending on filter type will use "AND" or "OR"  when combining filters.

Multiple selections from the same filter type will result in those selections being applied with an ‘OR’ condition. For example, if you add an NDA Collection Filter with selections for both collections 2112 and 2563 to an empty Workspace, the subjects from NDA Collection 2112 ‘OR’ NDA Collection 2563 will be added to your Workspace even if a subject is in both NDA Collections. You can then add other NDA Collections to your Workspace which further extends the ‘OR’ condition.

If a different filter type is added to your Workspace, or a filter has already been submitted to the Filter Cart, the operation then performs a logical ‘AND’ operation. This means that given the subjects returned from the first filter, only those subjects that matched the first filter are returned by the second filter (i.e., subjects that satisfied both filters).

When combining other filters with the GUID filter, please note the GUID filter should be added last. Otherwise, preselected data may be lost. For example, a predefined filter from Featured Datasets may select a subset of data available for a subject. When combined with a GUID filter for the same subject, the filter cart will contain all data available from that subject, data structure, and dataset; this may be more data than was selected in the predefined filter for that subject. Again, you should add the GUID Filter as the last filter to your cart. This ensures 'AND' logic between filters and will limit results to the subjects, data structures, and datasets already included in your filter cart.

Note that only the subjects specific to your filter will be added to your Filter Cart and only on data shared with the research community. Other data for those same subjects may exist (i.e., within another NDA Collection, associated with a data structure that was not requested in the query, etc.). So, users should select ‘Find all Subjects Data’ to identify all data for those specific subjects. 

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  • You may query the data without an account, but to gain access you will need to create an NDA user account and apply for access.  Most data access requires that you or your lab are sponsored by an NIH recognized institution with Federal Wide Assurance (FWA).  Without access, you will not be able to obtain individual-level data. 

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  • Create a data package - This allows you to specify format for access/download
  • Assign to Study Cohort - Associate the data to an NDA Study allowing for a DOI to be generated and the data to be linked directly to a finding, publication, or data release. 
  • Find All Subject Data - Depending on filter types being used, not all data associated with a subject will be selected.  Data may be restricted by data structure, NDA Collection, or outcome variables (e.g., NDA Study). ‘Find All Data’ expands the fliter criteria by replacing all filters in your Filter Cart with a single Query by GUID filter for all subjects selected by those filters.

    Please Note:
  • When running a query, it may take a moment to populate the Filter Cart. Queries happen in the background so you can define other queries during this time. 
  • When you add your first filter, all data associated with your query will be added to the Filter Cart (e.g., a Concept, an NDA Collection, a Data Structure/Element, etc.). As you add additional filters, they will also display in the Filter Cart. Only the name of filter will be shown in the Filter Cart, not the underlying structures. 
  • Information about the contents of the Filter Cart can be seen by clicking "Edit”.
  • Once your results appear in the Filter Cart, you can create a data package or assign subjects to a study by selecting the 'Package/Assign to Study' option. You can also 'Edit' or 'Clear' filters.
     

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  • The Filter Cart currently employs basic AND/OR Boolean logic. A single filter may contain multiple selections for that filter type, e.g., a single NDA Study filter might contain NDA Study 1 and NDA Study 2. A subject that is in EITHER 1 OR 2 will be returned.  Adding multiple filters to the cart, regardless of type, will AND the result of each filter.  If NDA Study 1 and NDA Study 2 are added as individual filters, data for a subject will only be selected if the subject is included in  BOTH 1 AND 2.

    When combining other filters with the GUID filter, please note the GUID filter should be added last. Otherwise, preselected data may be lost. For example, a predefined filter from Featured Datasets may select a subset of data available for a subject. When combined with a GUID filter for the same subject, the filter cart will contain all data available from that subject, data structure, and dataset; this may be more data than was selected in the predefined filter for that subject. Again, you should add the GUID Filter as the last filter to your cart. This ensures 'AND' logic between filters and will limit results to the subjects, data structures, and datasets already included in your filter cart.

  • Viewable at the top right of NDA pages, the Filter Cart is a temporary holder of data identified by the user, through querying or browsing, as being of some potential interest. The Filter Cart is where you send the data from your Workspace after it has been filtered.

  • After filters are added to the Filter Cart, users have options to ‘Create a Package’ for download, ‘Associate to Study Cohort’, or ‘Find All Subject Data’. Selecting ‘Find All Subject Data’ identifies and pulls all data for the subjects into the Filter Cart. Choosing ‘Create a Package’ allows users to package and name their query information for download. Choosing ‘Associate to Study Cohort’ gives users the opportunity to choose the Study Cohort they wish to associate this data.

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  • Once your filter cart contains the subjects of interest, select Create Data Package/Assign to Data Study which will provide options for accessing item level data and/or assigning to a study.  

  • Once queries have been added to your workspace, the next step is to Submit the Filters in the workspace to the Filter Cart.  This process runs the queries selected, saving the results within a filter cart attached to your account.  

  • The Workspace within the General Query Tool is a holding area where you can review your pending filters prior to adding them to Filter Cart. Therefore, the first step in accessing data is to select one or more items and move it into the Workspace. 

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Structured Clinical Interview for the Positive and Negative Syndrome Scale

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Structured Clinical Interview for the Positive and Negative Syndrome Scale
Clinical Assessments
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04/02/2014
panss01
05/27/2020
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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 CATIEID, Participant_ID, bid, catieid, newid, participant_id, record_id, subject, subject_id
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. age, dema1
interview_date Date Required Date on which the interview/genetic test/sampling/imaging/biospecimen was completed. MM/DD/YYYY date_of_interview, date_of_interview_contact, date_of_rating, panss_date, pnsdate
sex String 20 Required Sex of subject at birth
M;F; O; NR
M = Male; F = Female; O=Other; NR = Not reported dema2, demo_1, gender
Query panss_1 String 500 Recommended G2.Have you been feeling worried or nervous in the past week? pan_anxiety
Query panss_2 String 500 Recommended G2.(If No): Would you say that youre usually calm and relaxed? Not necessary if Yes at panss_1 pan_calm
panss_3 String 4,000 Recommended G2.(If Yes): Whats been making you feel nervous (worried, uncalm, unrelaxed)? Not necessary if No at panss_1 pan_nervous
panss_4 String 500 Recommended G2.Just how nervous (worried, etc.) have you been feeling? Not necessary if No at panss_1 pan_nervous_2
panss_5 String 255 Recommended G2.Have you been shaking at times, or has your heart been racing? Not necessary if No at panss_1 pan_shaking
Query panss_6 String 500 Recommended G2.Do you get into a state of panic? Not necessary if No at panss_1 pan_panic
Query panss_7 Integer Recommended G2.(If Yes): How many times this past week? If response is vague at least 3 times? 0::9999 Not necessary if No at panss_6 OR if No at panss_1
Query panss_8 String 500 Recommended G2.Has your sleep, eating, or participation in activities been affected? Not necessary if No at panss_1 pan_func_impair
Query panss_9 Integer Recommended G2.For participation: How many times has anxiety disrupted your participation in activities this past week? Not necessary if No at panss_1
Query panss_10 String 500 Recommended P1.G9.Have things been going well for you? pan_well
panss_11 String 500 Recommended P1.G9.Has anything been bothering you lately? pan_bothered
panss_12 String 2,000 Recommended P1.G9.Can you tell me something about your thoughts on life and its purpose? pan_purpose
panss_13 String 500 Recommended P1.G9.Do you follow a particular philosophy? pan_philosophy
panss_14 String 500 Recommended P1.G9.Some people tell me they believe in the Devil; what do you think? pan_devil, pan_devil_2
Query panss_15 String 500 Recommended P1.G9.Can you read other peoples minds? pan_mind, pan_mind_2
panss_16 String 500 Recommended P1.G9.(If Yes): How does that work? Not necessary if No at panss_15
Query panss_17 String 500 Recommended P1.G9.Can others read your mind? pan_mind_3, pan_mind_4
panss_18 String 500 Recommended P1.G9.(If Yes): How can they do that? Not necessary if No at panss_17
panss_19 String 500 Recommended P1.G9.Is there any reason that someone would want to read your mind? pans_mind_5
panss_20 String 255 Recommended P1.G9.Who controls your thoughts? pan_thought_con
panss_21 String 500 Recommended P6.N4.G16.G14.How do you spend your time these days? pan_time
Query panss_22 String 3 Recommended P6.N4.G16.G14.Are there any activities you enjoy? yes;no
panss_23 String 500 Recommended P6.N4.G16.G14.If No: Why not? Not necessary if Yes at panss_22
panss_24 String 500 Recommended P6.N4.G16.G14.If Yes: What activities? Not necessary if No at panss_22
panss_25 String 500 Recommended P6.N4.G16.G14.Have you had any problems with your appetite?
panss_26 String 500 Recommended P6.N4.G16.G14.Have you any problems with your sex drive?
panss_27 String 500 Recommended P6.N4.G16.G14.How much pleasure do you get from each activity?
Query panss_28 String 3 Recommended P6.N4.G16.G14.Has your enjoyment of each activity decreased in the last week? yes;no
panss_29 String 500 Recommended P6.N4.G16.G14.If Yes: How much has your enjoyed decreased for each activity? Not necessary if No at panss_27 ; Preserved spelling error
Query panss_30 String 3 Recommended P6.N4.G16.G14.Would you say that virtually no activities give you pleasure? yes;no
Query panss_31 Integer Recommended P6.N4.G16.G14.How many hours of sleep do you usually get per night (in general not necessarily in past week)?
Query panss_32 String 3 Recommended P6.N4.G16.G14.Has that changed over the last week? yes;no
panss_33 String 500 Recommended P6.N4.G16.G14.If Yes: How so? Not necessary if No at panss_31
panss_34 String 500 Recommended P6.N4.G16.G14.Have you been sleeping less?
Query panss_35 Integer Recommended P6.N4.G16.G14.On average, how many hours per night have you slept?
panss_36 String 500 Recommended P6.N4.G16.G14.Any problems falling asleep or waking up too early?
Query panss_37 String 500 Recommended P6.N4.G16.G14.Do you prefer to be alone? pan_alone
Query panss_38 String 2,000 Recommended P6.N4.G16.G14.Do you join in activities with others? pan_activity
panss_39 String 500 Recommended P6.N4.G16.G14.If No: Why not? Not necessary if Yes at panss_36
panss_40 String 2,000 Recommended P6.N4.G16.G14. Are you afraid of people, or do you dislike them? pan_afraid, pan_afraid_2, pan_afraid_3
panss_41 String 500 Recommended P6.N4.G16.G14.If Yes: Can you explain? Only necessary if indicating a fear or dislike of people at panss_37
panss_42 String 500 Recommended P6.N4.G16.G14.If Yes: Tell me about it. Not necessary if No at panss_36
Query panss_43 String 500 Recommended P6.N4.G16.G14.Do you have many friends? pan_friends
Query panss_44 String 500 Recommended P6.N4.G16.G14.If No: Just a few? Not necessary if Yes at panss_40 pan_friends_2
panss_45 String 500 Recommended P6.N4.G16.G14.If No: Any? Not necessary if Yes at panss_41 pan_freinds_3, pan_friends_3
panss_46 String 500 Recommended P6.N4.G16.G14.If No: Why?
panss_47 String 2,000 Recommended P6.N4.G16.G14.If Yes: Why just a few friends? Not necessary if No at panss_41 pan_friends_4
Query panss_48 String 500 Recommended P6.N4.G16.G14.If Yes: Close friends? Not necessary if No at panss_40 pan_freinds_5, pan_friends_5
panss_49 String 500 Recommended P6.N4.G16.G14.If No: Why not? Not necessary if Yes at panss_44 pan_friends_6
Query panss_50 String 2,000 Recommended P6.N4.G16.G14.Do you feel that you can trust most people? pan_trust
panss_51 String 2,000 Recommended P6.N4.G16.G14.If No: Why not? Not necessary if Yes at panss_46 pan_trust_2
Query panss_52 String 2,000 Recommended P6.N4.G16.G14.Are there some people in particular that you dont trust? pan_trust_3
panss_53 String 500 Recommended P6.N4.G16.G14.If Yes: Can you tell me who they are? Not necessary if No at panss_48 pan_trust_4
panss_54 String 2,000 Recommended P6.N4.G16.G14.Why dont you trust people (or name specific person/people)? Not necessary if No at panss_48 pan_trust_5
panss_55 String 500 Recommended P6.N4.G16.G14.If Dont know or Dont want to say: Do you have a good reason not to trust? Not necessary if elaboration is provided in panss_50 OR if No at panss_48 pan_trust_6
panss_56 String 500 Recommended P6.N4.G16.G14.Is there something that ... did to you? Not necessary if No at panss_48 - Did not create a value range to allow for elaboration pan_trust_7
Query panss_57 String 500 Recommended P6.N4.G16.G14.Perhaps might do to you now? Not necessary if No at panss_48 pan_trust_8
panss_58 String 500 Recommended P6.N4.G16.G14.If Yes: Can you explain to me? Not necessary if No at panss_53 OR if No at panss_48 pan_trust_9
Query panss_59 String 500 Recommended P6.N4.G16.G14.Do you get along well with others? pan_get_along
panss_60 String 500 Recommended P6.N4.G16.G14.If No: Whats the problem? Not necessary if Yes at panss_55 pan_get_along_2
Query panss_61 String 500 Recommended P6.N4.G16.G14.Do you have a quick temper? pan_temper
Query panss_62 String 500 Recommended P6.N4.G16.G14.Do you get into fights? pan_fights
panss_63 String 500 Recommended P6.N4.G16.G14.If Yes: How do these fights start? Not necessary if No at panss_58 pan_fights_2
panss_64 String 500 Recommended P6.N4.G16.G14.Tell me about these fights. Not necessary if No at panss_58 pan_fights_3
panss_65 String 255 Recommended P6.N4.G16.G14.How often does this happen? Not necessary if No at panss_58 pan_fights_4
Query panss_66 String 500 Recommended P6.N4.G16.G14.Do you sometimes lose control of yourself? pan_lose_control
Query panss_67 String 2,000 Recommended P6.N4.G16.G14.Do you like most people? pan_like_people
panss_68 String 500 Recommended P6.N4.G16.G14.If No: Why not? Not necessary if Yes at panss_63 pan_like_people_3
Query panss_69 String 2,000 Recommended P6.N4.G16.G14.Are there perhaps some people who dont like you? pan_not_like_people
panss_70 String 500 Recommended P6.N4.G16.G14.If Yes: For what reason? Not necessary if No at panss_65 pan_not_like_why
Query panss_71 String 500 Recommended P6.N4.G16.G14.Do others talk about you behind your back? pan_behind_back
panss_72 String 500 Recommended P6.N4.G16.G14.If Yes: What do they say about you? Not necessary if No at panss_67 pan_say_about
panss_73 String 2,000 Recommended P6.N4.G16.G14.Why? Not necessary if No at panss_67 pan_say_about_2
Query panss_74 String 2,000 Recommended P6.N4.G16.G14.Does anyone ever spy on you or plot against you? pan_plot_against
Query panss_75 String 2,000 Recommended P6.N4.G16.G14.Do you sometimes feel in danger? pan_danger
Query panss_76 String 500 Recommended P6.N4.G16.G14.If Yes: Would you say that your life is in danger? Not necessary if No at panss_71 pan_danger_2
panss_77 String 500 Recommended P6.N4.G16.G14.Is someone thinking of harming you or even perhaps thinking of killing you? Not necessary if No at panss_71 ; Did not restrict value range to allow for elabortation pan_harm
Query panss_78 String 500 Recommended P6.N4.G16.G14.Have you gone to the police for help? Not necessary if No at panss_71 pan_harm_2
Query panss_79 String 500 Recommended P6.N4.G16.G14.Do you sometimes take matters into your own hands or take action on those who might harm you? Not necessary if No at panss_71 pan_harm_3
panss_80 String 500 Recommended P6.N4.G16.G14.If Yes: What have you done? Not necessary if No at panss_75 OR if No at panss_71 pan_harm_4
Query panss_81 String 500 Recommended P3.Do you once in a while have strange or unusual experiences? pan_strange_ex
Query panss_82 String 500 Recommended P3.Sometimes people tell me that they can hear noises or voices inside their head that others cant hear. What about you? pan_hallucinate
Query panss_83 String 500 Recommended P3.If No: Do you sometimes receive personal communications from the radio or TV? Not necessary if Yes at panss_78 pan_delusion
Query panss_84 String 500 Recommended P3.If No: From God or the Devil? Not necessary if Yes at panss_79 OR if Yes at panss_78 pan_hallucinate_2
panss_85 String 500 Recommended P3.If Yes: What do you hear? Not necessary if No at panss_78 AND No at panss_79 AND No at panss_80 pan_hallucinate_3
Query panss_86 String 500 Recommended P3.Are these as clear and loud as my voice? Not necessary if No at panss_78 AND No at panss_79 AND No at panss_80 pan_hallucinate_4
panss_87 String 255 Recommended P3.How often do you hear these voices (noises, messages, etc.)? Not necessary if No at panss_78 AND No at panss_79 AND No at panss_80 pan_hallucinate_5
panss_88 String 500 Recommended P3.Do these voices comment on what youre doing? Do they address you directly? Not necessary if No at panss_78 AND No at panss_79 AND No at panss_80
panss_89 String 255 Recommended P3.Does this happen at a particular time of day or all the time? Not necessary if No at panss_78 AND No at panss_79 AND No at panss_80 pan_hallucinate_6
panss_90 String 255 Recommended P3.IF HEARING VOICES: Can you recognize whose voices these are? Not necessary if No at panss_78 AND No at panss_79 AND No at panss_80 pan_hallucinate_7
panss_91 String 500 Recommended P3.What do the voices say? Not necessary if No at panss_78 AND No at panss_79 AND No at panss_80 pan_hallucinate_8
Query panss_92 String 2,000 Recommended P3.Are the voices good or bad? 1=good;2=bad, Not necessary if No at panss_78 AND No at panss_79 AND No at panss_80 pan_hallucinate_9
Query panss_93 String 2,000 Recommended P3.Pleasant or unpleasant? 1=pleasant;2=unpleasantNot necessary, if No at panss_78 AND No at panss_79 AND No at panss_80 pan_hallucinate_10
Query panss_94 String 500 Recommended P3.Do the voices interrupt your thinking or your activities? Not necessary if No at panss_78 AND No at panss_79 AND No at panss_80 pan_hallucinate_11
Query panss_95 String 500 Recommended P3.Do they sometimes give you orders or instructions? Not necessary if No at panss_78 AND No at panss_79 AND No at panss_80 pan_hallucinate_12
panss_96 String 500 Recommended P3.If Yes: For example? Not necessary if No at panss_78 AND No at panss_79 AND No at panss_80 OR if No at panss_91 pan_hallucinate_13
Query panss_97 String 500 Recommended P3.Do you usually obey these instructions? Not necessary if No at panss_78 AND No at panss_79 AND No at panss_80 OR if No at panss_91 pan_hallucinate_14
panss_98 String 500 Recommended P3.What do you make of these voices (or noises) Not necessary if No at panss_78 AND No at panss_79 AND No at panss_80 pan_hallucinate_15
panss_99 String 500 Recommended P3. Where do they really come from?
panss_100 String 500 Recommended P3.Why do you have these experiences? Not necessary if No at panss_78 AND No at panss_79 AND No at panss_80 pan_hallucinate_16
Query panss_101 String 500 Recommended P3.Are these normal experiences? Not necessary if No at panss_78 AND No at panss_79 AND No at panss_80 pan_hallucinate_17
Query panss_102 String 500 Recommended P3.Do ordinary things sometimes look strange or distorted to you? pan_hallucinate_18
Query panss_103 String 500 Recommended P3.Do you sometimes have visions or see things that others cant see? pan_hallucinate_19
panss_104 String 500 Recommended P3.If Yes: For example? Not necessary if No at panss_98 pan_hallucinate_20
Query panss_105 String 500 Recommended P3.Do these visions seem very real or life-like? Not necessary if No at panss_98 pan_hallucinate_21
panss_106 String 255 Recommended P3.How often do you have these experiences? Not necessary if No at panss_98 pan_hallucinate_22
Query panss_107 String 500 Recommended P3.Do you sometimes smell things that are unusual or that others dont smell? pan_hallucinate_23
panss_108 String 500 Recommended P3.If Yes: Please explain. Not necessary if No at panss_102 pan_hallucinate_24
Query panss_109 String 500 Recommended P3.Do you get any strange or unusual sensations from inside your body? pan_hallucinate_25
panss_110 String 500 Recommended P3.If Yes: Tell me about this. Not necessary if No at panss_104 pan_hallucinate_26
panss_111 String 500 Recommended G1.How have you been feeling in terms of your health? pan_health
panss_112 String 500 Recommended G1.IF OTHER THAN GOOD: What has been troubling you? Not Necessary if respondent indicates a positive or good feeling relating to overall health at panss_106 pan_trouble_health
Query panss_113 String 500 Recommended G1.IF GOOD: Do you consider yourself to be in top health? Not Necessary if respondent indicates anything other than a positive or good feeling relating to overall health at panss_106 pan_top_health
panss_114 String 500 Recommended G1.If No: What has been troubling you? Not Necessary if respondent indicates anything other than a positive or good feeling relating to overall health at panss_106 OR if Yes at panss_108
Query panss_115 String 500 Recommended G1.Do you have any medical illness or disease? pan_med_illness
Query panss_116 String 500 Recommended G1.Has any part of your body been troubling you? pan_med_trouble
panss_117 String 500 Recommended G1.If No: How is your head? Not necessary if Yes at panss_111 pan_health_parts
Query panss_118 String 500 Recommended G1.If No: Your heart?
Query panss_119 String 500 Recommended G1:If No: Stomach?
Query panss_120 String 500 Recommended G1:If No: The rest of your body?
panss_121 String 500 Recommended G1.If Yes: Could you explain? Not necessary if No at panss_111 pan_health_parts_2
Query panss_122 String 500 Recommended G1.Has your head or body changed in shape or size? pan_head_body
panss_123 String 500 Recommended G1.If Yes: Please explain. Not necessary if No at panss_114 pan_head_body_2
panss_124 String 500 Recommended G1.What is causing these changes? Not necessary if No at panss_114 pan_head_body_3
Query panss_125 String 2,000 Recommended G6.How has your mood been in the past week: mostly good, mostly bad? 1=mostly good; 2= mostly bad pan_depress_mood
Query panss_126 String 500 Recommended G6.IF MOSTLY GOOD: Have there been times in the past week that you were feeling sad or unhappy? (If Yes, next question) Not necessary if Mostly bad at panss_117 pan_recent_unhappy
panss_127 String 500 Recommended G6.IF MOSTLY BAD: Is there something in particular that is making you sad? Not necessary if Mostly good at panss_117 AND if No at panss_118 pan_recent_unhappy_2
panss_128 String 255 Recommended G6.How often do you feel sad? Not necessary if Mostly good at panss_117 AND if No at panss_118 pan_recent_unhappy_3
panss_129 String 500 Recommended G6.Just how sad have you been feeling? Not necessary if Mostly good at panss_117 AND if No at panss_118 pan_recent_unhappy_5
Query panss_130 String 3 Recommended G6.Have you been feeling helpless? yes;no Value range necessary but doesnt seem to fit for this two-part question - it could be broken out into two separate questions but I wasnt sure if this was desirable. pan_recent_unhappy_6
panss_131 String 50 Recommended G6.How has your self esteem been over the last week?
panss_132 String 500 Recommended G6.If Yes: How helpless have you felt? Not necessary if No at panss_122
panss_132a String 500 Recommended G6.Has it been difficult to make everyday decisions?
Query panss_133 String 500 Recommended G6.Have you been crying lately?
Query panss_134 String 500 Recommended G6.Has your mood in any way affected your sleep? pan_recent_unhappy_7
Query panss_135 String 500 Recommended G6.Has it affected your appetite? pan_recent_unhappy_8
Query panss_136 String 500 Recommended G6.Do you participate less in activities on account of your mood? pan_recent_unhappy_9
Query panss_137 String 500 Recommended G6.Have you had any thoughts of harming yourself? pan_thought_harm
Query panss_138 String 500 Recommended G6.If Yes: Any thoughts about ending your life? Not necessary if No at panss_128 pan_suicide_ideation
Query panss_139 String 500 Recommended G6.If Yes: Have you attempted suicide? Not necessary if No at panss_128 OR if No at panss_129 pan_suicide_attempt
Query panss_140 String 2,000 Recommended G3.P5.If you were to compare yourself to the average person, how would you come out: a little better, maybe a little worse, or about the same? 1=a little better; 2=maybe a little worse; 3=about the same pan_compare_health
panss_141 String 500 Recommended G3.P5.IF WORSE: Worse in what ways? Not necessary if about the same OR a little better at panss_131 pan_compare_health_3
panss_142 String 500 Recommended G3.P5.Just how do you feel about yourself? Not necessary if about the same OR a little better at panss_131 pan_compare_health_4
panss_143 String 500 Recommended G3.P5.IF BETTER: Better in what ways? Not necessary if about the same OR maybe a little worse at panss_131 pan_compare_health_5
Query panss_144 String 500 Recommended G3.P5.IF ABOUT THE SAME: Are you special in some ways? Not necessary if maybe a little worse OR a little better at panss_131 pan_compare_health_6
panss_145 String 500 Recommended G3.P5.If Yes: In what ways? Not necessary if maybe a little worse OR a little better at panss_131 OR if No at panss_135 pan_compare_health_7
Query panss_146 String 500 Recommended G3.P5.Would you consider yourself gifted? pan_gifted
Query panss_147 String 500 Recommended G3.P5.Do you have talents or abilities that most people dont have? pan_gifted_2
panss_148 String 500 Recommended G3.P5.If Yes: Please explain. Not necessary if No at panss_138 pan_gifted_3
Query panss_149 String 500 Recommended G3.P5.Do you have any special powers? pan_spec_power
panss_150 String 500 Recommended G3.P5.If Yes: What are these? Not necessary if No at panss_140 pan_spec_power_2
panss_151 String 500 Recommended G3.P5.Where do these powers come from? Not necessary if No at panss_140 pan_spec_power_3
Query panss_152 String 500 Recommended G3.P5.Do you have extrasensory perception (ESP), or can you read other peoples minds? pan_esp
Query panss_153 String 500 Recommended G3.P5.Are you very wealthy? pan_wealthy
panss_154 String 500 Recommended G3.P5.If Yes: Explain please. Not necessary if No at panss_144 pan_wealthy_explain
Query panss_155 String 500 Recommended G3.P5.Can you be considered to be very bright? pan_bright
panss_156 String 500 Recommended G3.P5.If Yes: Why would you say so? Not necessary if No at panss_146 pan_bright_2
Query panss_157 String 500 Recommended G3.P5.Would you describe yourself as famous? Not necessary if No at panss_146 pan_famous
Query panss_158 String 500 Recommended G3.P5.Would some people recognize you from TV, radio, or the newspaper? Not necessary if No at panss_146 pan_recognize
panss_159 String 500 Recommended G3.P5.If Yes: Can you tell me about it? Not necessary if No at panss_146 OR if No at panss_149 pan_recognize_2
Query panss_160 String 500 Recommended G3.P5.Are you a religious person? pan_religious
Query panss_161 String 500 Recommended G3.P5.If Yes: Are you close to God? Not necessary if Yes at panss_151 pan_religious_2
Query panss_162 String 500 Recommended G3.P5.If Yes: Did God assign you some special role or purpose? Not necessary if No at panss_151 OR if No at panss_152 pan_religious_3
Query panss_163 String 500 Recommended G3.P5.Can you be one of Gods messengers or angels? Not necessary if No at panss_151 OR if No at panss_152 pan_religious_4
panss_164 String 500 Recommended G3.P5.If Yes: What special powers do you have as Gods messenger (angel)? Not necessary if No at panss_151 OR if No at panss_152 OR if No at panss_154 pan_religious_5
Query panss_165 String 500 Recommended G3.P5.Do you perhaps consider yourself to be God? pan_religious_6
Query panss_166 String 500 Recommended G3.P5.Do you have some special mission in life? pan_religious_7
panss_167 String 500 Recommended G3.P5.If Yes: What is your mission? Not necessary if No at panss_157 pan_religious_8
panss_168 String 255 Recommended G3.P5.Who assigned you to that mission? Not necessary if No at panss_157 pan_religious_9
Query panss_169 String 500 Recommended G3.P5.Did you ever do something wrong something you feel bad or guilty about? pan_guilt
panss_170 String 500 Recommended G3.P5.If Yes: Just how much does that bother you now? Not necessary if No at panss_160 pan_guilt_2
Query panss_171 String 500 Recommended G3.P5.Do you feel that you deserve punishment for that? Not necessary if No at panss_160 pan_guilt_3
panss_172 String 500 Recommended G3.P5.If Yes: What kind of punishment would you deserve? Not necessary if No at panss_160 OR if No at panss_162 pan_punishment
Query panss_173 String 500 Recommended G3.P5.Have you at times thought of punishing yourself? Not necessary if No at panss_160 OR if No at panss_162 pan_punishment_2
Query panss_174 String 500 Recommended G3.P5.If Yes: Have you ever acted on those thoughts of punishing yourself? Not necessary if No at panss_160 OR if No at panss_162 OR if No at panss_164 pan_punishment_3
panss_175 Date Recommended G10.Can you tell me what is todays date (i.e., the day, month, and year)? pan_disorient_1
panss_176 String 500 Recommended G10.Can you tell me what time it is right now? AM or PM?
panss_177 String 500 Recommended G10.And what season are we in?
panss_178 String 255 Recommended G10.What is the name of the place that you are in now? pan_hospital
panss_179 String 255 Recommended G10.What is the address of where you now stay? pan_address
panss_180 String 25 Recommended G10.If someone had to reach you by phone, what number would that person call? pan_phone_number
panss_181 String 255 Recommended G10.What is the name of the doctor who is treating you?
panss_182 String 500 Recommended G10.Do you know who is now the President? pan_president
panss_183 String 255 Recommended G10.Who is our Governor? pan_governor
panss_184 String 255 Recommended G10.Who is the Mayor of this city (town, etc.)? pan_mayor
Query panss_185 String 25 Recommended G10.Series 7 (starting at 100, backwards by 7s) 1;2 1=correct; 2=incorrect, Respondent must count backwards from 100 in increments of 7, if this is successful = CORRECT, if not = INCORRECT
Query panss_186 String 25 Recommended G10.IF INCORRECT: Series 3 (starting at 100) 1;2 1=correct; 2=incorrect, Not necessary if correct at panss_175 ; Respondent must count backwards from 100 in increments of 3, if this is successful = CORRECT, if not = INCORRECT
Query panss_187 String 25 Recommended N5.Im going to now say a pair of words...How are they alike---what do they have in common?(CHOOSES ONE OF: 1.How are a ball and an orange alike?, 2.Apple and banana?, 3.Pencil and pen?, 4.Nickel and dime?)
1;2
1=correct; 2=incorrect, s1_1, s2_1, s3_1, s4_1
Query panss_188 Integer Recommended N5.Section 1 Similarities Used 1::4 1=How are a ball and an orange alike?;2=Apple and banana?;3=Pencil and pen?;4=Nickel and dime?. The interviewer will circle the item pair used, the codes correspond to each of the options.
Query panss_189 String 25 Recommended N5.Im going to now say a pair of words...How are they alike---what do they have in common?(CHOOSES ONE OF: 5.Table and chair?, 6.Tiger and elephant?, 7.Hat and shirt?, 8.Bus and train?)
1;2
1=correct; 2=incorrect, s1_2, s2_2, s2_4, s3_2
Query panss_190 Integer Recommended N5. Section 2 Similarities Used 5::8 5=Table and chair?;6=Tiger and elephant?;7=Hat and shirt?;8=Bus and train?
Query panss_191 String 25 Recommended N5.Im going to now say a pair of words...How are they alike---what do they have in common?(CHOOSES ONE OF: 9.Arm and leg?, 10.Rose and tulip?, 11.Uncle and cousin?, 12.The sun and the moon?)
1;2
1=correct; 2=incorrect, s1_3, s2_3, s3_4, s4_2
Query panss_192 Integer Recommended N5. Section 3 Similarities Used 9::12 9=Arm and leg?;10=Rose and tulip?;11=Uncle and cousin?;12=The sun and the moon?
Query panss_193 String 25 Recommended N5.Im going to now say a pair of words...How are they alike---what do they have in common??(CHOOSES ONE OF:13.Painting and poem?, 14.Hilltop and valley?, 15.Air and water?, 16.Peace and prosperity?)
1;2
1=correct; 2=incorrect, s1_4, s3_3, s4_3, s4_4
Query panss_194 Integer Recommended N5. Section 4 Similarities Used 13::16 13=Painting and poem?;14=Hilltop and valley?;15=Air and water?;16=Peace and prosperity?
panss_195 String 500 Recommended Notes on Similarities Section
panss_196 String 500 Recommended N5.Youve probably heard the expression.What does that really mean?(CHOOSES ONE OF: 1. Plain as the nose on your face, 2. Carrying a chip on your shoulder, 3. Two heads are better than one, 4. Too many cooks spoil the broth) pan_proverb_note, pr1_1, pr2_1, pr3_1, pr4_1
Query panss_197 Integer Recommended N5. Section 1 Expression Used 1::4 1=Plain as the nose on your face;2=Carrying a chip on your shoulder;3=Two heads are better than one;4=Too many cooks spoil the broth
panss_198 String 500 Recommended N5.Theres a very old saying (CHOOSES ONE OF: 5. Dont judge a book by its cover, 6. One mans food is another mans poison, 7. All that glitters is not gold, 8. Dont cross the bridge until you come to it) pan_proverb_note_2, pr1_2, pr2_2, pr2_4, pr3_2
Query panss_199 Integer Recommended N5. Section 2 Expression Used 5::8 5=Dont judge a book by its cover;6=One mans food is another mans poison;7=All that glitters is not gold;8=Dont cross the bridge until you come to it
panss_200 String 500 Recommended N5.Select two other proverbs from the list below.(CHOOSES ONE OF: 9. Whats good for the goose is good for the gander 10. The grass is always looks greener on the other side 11. Dont keep all your eggs in one basket 12. One swallow does not make a summer) pan_proverb_note_3, pr1_3, pr2_3, pr3_4, pr4_2
Query panss_201 Integer Recommended N5. Section 3 Proverbs Used 9::12 9=Whats good for the goose is good for the gander;10=The grass is always looks greener on the other side;11=Dont keep all your eggs in one basket;12=One swallow does not make a summer
panss_202 String 500 Recommended N5.(Select two other proverbs from the list below.)(CHOOSES ONE OF: 13. A stitch in time saves nine, 14. A rolling stone gathers no moss, 15. The acorn never falls far from the tree, 16. People who live in glass houses should not throw stones at others) pr1_4, pr3_3, pr4_3, pr4_4
Query panss_203 Integer Recommended N5. Section 4 Proverbs Used 13::16 13=A stitch in time saves nine;14=A rolling stone gathers no moss;15=The acorn never falls far from the tree;16=People who live in glass houses should not throw stones at others pan_proverb_note_4
panss_204 String 500 Recommended Notes on Proverb Section
panss_205 String 500 Recommended G12.How long have you been coming to the program (hospital, clinic)? pan_hospital_long
panss_206 String 500 Recommended G12.Why did you come to the program (hospital, clinic)? pan_why_hospital
Query panss_207 String 500 Recommended G12.Did you need to be in a program (hospital, clinic)? pan_need_hosp
Query panss_208 String 500 Recommended G12.If No: Did you have a problem that needed treatment? Not necessary if Yes at panss_197 pan_prob_hosp
Query panss_209 String 500 Recommended G12.If Yes: Would you say that you had a psychiatric or mental problem? Not necessary if Yes at panss_197 OR if No at panss_198 pan_insight
Query panss_210 String 500 Recommended G12.If Yes: Why? would you say that you had a psychiatric or mental problem? Not necessary if No at panss_197 pan_insight_2
panss_211 String 500 Recommended G12.If Yes: Can you tell me about it and what it consists of? Not necessary if No at panss_197 OR if No at panss_200 pan_insight_4
Query panss_212 String 500 Recommended G12.In your own opinion, do you need to be taking medicine? pan_opinion_med
panss_213 String 500 Recommended G12.If No: Why then are you taking medicines? Not necessary if Yes at panss_202 pan_why_med
panss_214 String 500 Recommended G12.If Yes: Why? Does the medicine help you in any way? Not necessary if No at panss_202 pan_why_med_2
Query panss_215 String 500 Recommended G12.Do you at this time have any psychiatric or mental problems? pan_psych_prob
panss_216 String 500 Recommended G12.If No: For what reason are you still coming to the program (hospital, clinic)? Not necessary if Yes at panss_205 pan_clinic_why
panss_217 String 500 Recommended G12.If Yes: Please explain. Not necessary if No at panss_205 pan_clinic_why_2
panss_218 String 500 Recommended G12.Just how serious are these problems? Not necessary if No at panss_205 pan_serious_prob
panss_219 String 500 Recommended G12.What are your future plans? pan_future_plans
panss_220 String 500 Recommended G12.What about your longer-range goals? pan_long_goals
Query panss_five_cognitive Float Recommended PANSS 5 Factor Score Cognitive PANNS_cog_factor
Query panss_five_emotion Float Recommended PANSS 5 Factor Score Emotion PANNS_excite_factor
Query panss_five_hostility Float Recommended PANSS 5 Factor Score Hostility PANNS_dep_factor
Query panss_five_negative Float Recommended PANSS 5 Factor Score Negative PANNS_neg_factor
Query panss_five_positive Float Recommended PANSS 5 Factor Score Positive PANNS_pos_factor
Query panss_general Integer Recommended PANSS General score GENPSYCH, PANSS_genr, general_score, panss_g, panss_gen_subtotal, panss_general_total, panss_genscale, panss_pos_total, pns_genr
Query panss_negative Integer Recommended PANSS Negative score NEGATIVE, PANSS_nega, negative_score, panss_n, panss_neg_subtotal, panss_neg_total, panss_negative_total, panss_negscale, pns_nega
Query panss_positive Integer Recommended PANSS Positive score PANSS_posit, POSITIVE, panss_gen_total, panss_p, panss_pos_subtotal, panss_positive_total, panss_posscale, pns_post, positive_score
Query panss_total Float Recommended PANSS Total score PANSSTOT, PANSS_total, panss, panss_total_score, panss_totalscore, pns_totl, total_score
Query pos_p1 Integer Recommended P1. Delusions
1::7; -999
1 = Absent;2 = Minimal;3 = Mild;4 = Moderate;5 = Moderate Severe;6 = Severe;7 = Extreme; -999 = Missing PANSSP01, PANSS_delu, p1, pan_score_p1, panss1, panss_delu, panss_p01, panss_p1, panssp01, panssp1, pns_delu, pnsap1
Query pos_p2 Integer Recommended P2. Conceptual Organization
1::7; -999
1 = Absent;2 = Minimal;3 = Mild;4 = Moderate;5 = Moderate Severe;6 = Severe;7 = Extreme; -999 = Missing PANSSP02, PANSS_conc, p2, pan_score_p2, panns_p2, panss2, panss_conc, panss_p02, panss_p2, panssp02, panssp2, pns_conc, pnsap2
Query pos_p3 Integer Recommended P3. Hallucinatory Behavior
1::7; -999
1 = Absent;2 = Minimal;3 = Mild;4 = Moderate;5 = Moderate Severe;6 = Severe;7 = Extreme; -999 = Missing PANSSP03, PANSS_hall, p3, pan_score_p3, panns_p3, panss3, panss_hall, panss_p03, panss_p3, panssp03, panssp3, pns_hall, pnsap3
Query pos_p4 Integer Recommended P4. Excitement
1::7; -999
1 = Absent;2 = Minimal;3 = Mild;4 = Moderate;5 = Moderate Severe;6 = Severe;7 = Extreme; -999 = Missing PANSSP04, PANSS_exci, p4, pan_score_p4, panns_p4, panss4, panss_exci, panss_p04, panss_p4, panssp04, panssp4, pns_exci, pnsap4
Query pos_p5 Integer Recommended P5. Grandiosity
1::7; -999
1 = Absent;2 = Minimal;3 = Mild;4 = Moderate;5 = Moderate Severe;6 = Severe;7 = Extreme; -999 = Missing PANSSP05, PANSS_gran, p5, pan_score_p5, panns_p5, panss5, panss_gran, panss_p05, panss_p5, panssp05, panssp5, pns_gran, pnsap5
Query pos_p6 Integer Recommended P6. Suspiciousness/Persecution
1::7; -999
1 = Absent;2 = Minimal;3 = Mild;4 = Moderate;5 = Moderate Severe;6 = Severe;7 = Extreme; -999 = Missing PANSSP06, PANSS_susp, p6, pan_score_p6, panns_p6, panss6, panss_p06, panss_p6, panss_susp, panssp06, panssp6, pns_susp, pnsap6
Query pos_p7 Integer Recommended P7. Hostility
1::7; -999
1 = Absent;2 = Minimal;3 = Mild;4 = Moderate;5 = Moderate Severe;6 = Severe;7 = Extreme; -999 = Missing PANSSP07, PANSS_host, p7, pan_score_p7, panns_p7, panss7, panss_host, panss_p07, panss_p7, panssp07, panssp7, pns_host, pnsap7
Query neg_n1 Integer Recommended N1. Blunted Affect
1::7; -999
1 = Absent;2 = Minimal;3 = Mild;4 = Moderate;5 = Moderate Severe;6 = Severe;7 = Extreme; -999 = Missing PANSSN01, PANSS_blun, n1, pan_score_n1, panns_n1, panss8, panss_blun, panss_n01, panss_n1, panssn01, panssn1, pns_blun, pnsan1
Query neg_n2 Integer Recommended N2. Emotional Withdrawl
1::7; -999
1 = Absent;2 = Minimal;3 = Mild;4 = Moderate;5 = Moderate Severe;6 = Severe;7 = Extreme; -999 = Missing PANSSN02, PANSS_emot, n2, pan_score_n2, panns_n2, panss9, panss_emot, panss_n02, panss_n2, panssn02, panssn2, pns_emot, pnsan2
Query neg_n3 Integer Recommended N3. Poor Rapport
1::7; -999
1 = Absent;2 = Minimal;3 = Mild;4 = Moderate;5 = Moderate Severe;6 = Severe;7 = Extreme; -999 = Missing PANSSN03, PANSS_rapp, n3, pan_score_n3, panns_n3, panss10, panss_n03, panss_n3, panss_rapp, panssn03, panssn3, pns_rapp, pnsan3
Query neg_n4 Integer Recommended N4. Passive/Apathetic Social Withdrawl
1::7; -999
1 = Absent;2 = Minimal;3 = Mild;4 = Moderate;5 = Moderate Severe;6 = Severe;7 = Extreme; -999 = Missing PANSSN04, PANSS_apath, n4, pan_score_n4, panns_n4, panss11, panss_apath, panss_n04, panss_n4, panssn04, panssn4, pns_pass, pnsan4
Query neg_n5 Integer Recommended N5. Difficulty in Abstract Thinking
1::7; -999
1 = Absent;2 = Minimal;3 = Mild;4 = Moderate;5 = Moderate Severe;6 = Severe;7 = Extreme; -999 = Missing PANSSN05, PANSS_abst, n5, pan_abstract_2, pan_abstract_3, pan_abstract_4, pan_abstract_5, pan_abstract_6, pan_score_n5, panns_n5, panss12, panss_abst, panss_n05, panss_n5, panssn05, panssn5, pns_abst, pnsan5
Query neg_n6 Integer Recommended N6. Lack of Spontaneity and Flow of Conversation
1::7; -999
1 = Absent;2 = Minimal;3 = Mild;4 = Moderate;5 = Moderate Severe;6 = Severe;7 = Extreme; -999 = Missing PANSSN06, PANSS_spont, n6, pan_score_n6, panns_n6, panss13, panss_n06, panss_n6, panss_spont, panssn06, panssn6, pns_conv, pnsan6
Query neg_n7 Integer Recommended N7. Stereotyped Thinking
1::7; -999
1 = Absent;2 = Minimal;3 = Mild;4 = Moderate;5 = Moderate Severe;6 = Severe;7 = Extreme; -999 = Missing PANSSN07, PANSS_ster, n7, pan_score_n7, panns_n7, panss14, panss_n07, panss_n7, panss_ster, panssn07, panssn7, pns_ster, pnsan7
Query gps_g1 Integer Recommended G1. Somatic Concern
1::7; -999
1 = Absent;2 = Minimal;3 = Mild;4 = Moderate;5 = Moderate Severe;6 = Severe;7 = Extreme; -999 = Missing PANSSG01, PANSS_somc, g1, pan_score_g1, panns_g1, panss15, panss_g01, panss_g1, panss_somc, panssg01, panssg1, pns_some, pnsag1
Query gps_g2 Integer Recommended G2. Anxiety
1::7; -999
1 = Absent;2 = Minimal;3 = Mild;4 = Moderate;5 = Moderate Severe;6 = Severe;7 = Extreme; -999 = Missing PANSSG02, PANSS_anxi, g2, pan_score_g2, panns_g2, panss16, panss_anxi, panss_g02, panss_g2, panssg02, panssg2, pns_anxi, pnsag2
Query gps_g3 Integer Recommended G3. Guilt Feelings
1::7; -999
1 = Absent;2 = Minimal;3 = Mild;4 = Moderate;5 = Moderate Severe;6 = Severe;7 = Extreme; -999 = Missing PANSSG03, PANSS_guil, g3, pan_score_g3, panns_g3, panss17, panss_g03, panss_g3, panss_guil, panssg03, panssg3, pns_guil, pnsag3
Query gps_g4 Integer Recommended G4. Tension
1::7; -999
1 = Absent;2 = Minimal;3 = Mild;4 = Moderate;5 = Moderate Severe;6 = Severe;7 = Extreme; -999 = Missing PANSSG04, PANSS_tens, g4, pan_score_g4, panns_g4, panss18, panss_g04, panss_g4, panss_tens, panssg04, panssg4, pns_tens, pnsag4
Query gps_g5 Integer Recommended G5. Mannerisms and Posturing
1::7; -999
1 = Absent;2 = Minimal;3 = Mild;4 = Moderate;5 = Moderate Severe;6 = Severe;7 = Extreme; -999 = Missing PANSSG05, PANSS_mann, g5, pan_score_g5, panns_g5, panss19, panss_g05, panss_g5, panss_mann, panssg05, panssg5, pns_mann, pnsag5
Query gps_g6 Integer Recommended G6. Depression
1::7; -999
1 = Absent;2 = Minimal;3 = Mild;4 = Moderate;5 = Moderate Severe;6 = Severe;7 = Extreme; -999 = Missing PANSSG06, PANSS_depr, g6, pan_score_g6, panns_g6, panss20, panss_depr, panss_g06, panss_g6, panssg06, panssg6, pns_depr, pnsag6
Query gps_g7 Integer Recommended G7. Motor Retardation
1::7; -999
1 = Absent;2 = Minimal;3 = Mild;4 = Moderate;5 = Moderate Severe;6 = Severe;7 = Extreme; -999 = Missing PANSSG07, PANSS_motr, g7, pan_score_g7, panns_g7, panss21, panss_g07, panss_g7, panss_motr, panssg07, panssg7, pns_motr, pnsag7
Query gps_g8 Integer Recommended G8. Uncooperativeness
1::7; -999
1 = Absent;2 = Minimal;3 = Mild;4 = Moderate;5 = Moderate Severe;6 = Severe;7 = Extreme; -999 = Missing PANSSG08, PANSS_unco, g8, pan_score_g8, panns_g8, panss22, panss_g08, panss_g8, panss_unco, panssg08, panssg8, pns_unco, pnsag8
Query gps_g9 Integer Recommended G9. Unusual Thought Content
1::7; -999
1 = Absent;2 = Minimal;3 = Mild;4 = Moderate;5 = Moderate Severe;6 = Severe;7 = Extreme; -999 = Missing PANSSG09, PANSS_unus, g9, pan_score_g9, panns_g9, panss23, panss_g09, panss_g9, panss_unus, panssg09, panssg9, pns_unus, pnsag9
Query gps_g10 Integer Recommended G10. Disorientation
1::7; -999
1 = Absent;2 = Minimal;3 = Mild;4 = Moderate;5 = Moderate Severe;6 = Severe;7 = Extreme; -999 = Missing PANSSG10, PANSS_diso, g10, pan_score_g10, panns_g10, panss24, panss_diso, panss_g10, panssg10, pns_diso, pnsag10
Query gps_g11 Integer Recommended G11. Poor Attention
1::7; -999
1 = Absent;2 = Minimal;3 = Mild;4 = Moderate;5 = Moderate Severe;6 = Severe;7 = Extreme; -999 = Missing PANSSG11, PANSS_attn, g11, pan_score_g11, panns_g11, panss25, panss_attn, panss_g11, panssg11, pns_attn, pnsag11
Query gps_g12 Integer Recommended G12. Lack of Judgement and Insight
1::7; -999
1 = Absent;2 = Minimal;3 = Mild;4 = Moderate;5 = Moderate Severe;6 = Severe;7 = Extreme; -999 = Missing PANSSG12, PANSS_judg, g12, pan_score_g12, panns_g12, panss26, panss_g12, panss_judg, panssg12, pns_judg, pnsag12
Query gps_g13 Integer Recommended G13. Disturbance of Volition
1::7; -999
1 = Absent;2 = Minimal;3 = Mild;4 = Moderate;5 = Moderate Severe;6 = Severe;7 = Extreme; -999 = Missing PANSSG13, PANSS_voli, g13, pan_score_g13, panns_g13, panss27, panss_g13, panss_voli, panssg13, pns_voli, pnsag13
Query gps_g14 Integer Recommended G14. Poor Impulse Control
1::7; -999
1 = Absent;2 = Minimal;3 = Mild;4 = Moderate;5 = Moderate Severe;6 = Severe;7 = Extreme; -999 = Missing PANSSG14, PANSS_impu, g14, pan_score_g14, panns_g14, panss28, panss_g14, panss_impu, panssg14, pns_impu, pnsag14
Query gps_g15 Integer Recommended G15. Preoccupation
1::7; -999
1 = Absent;2 = Minimal;3 = Mild;4 = Moderate;5 = Moderate Severe;6 = Severe;7 = Extreme; -999 = Missing PANSSG15, PANSS_preo, g15, pan_score_g15, panns_g15, panss29, panss_g15, panss_preo, panssg15, pns_preo, pnsag15
Query gps_g16 Integer Recommended G16. Active Social Avoidance
1::7; -999
1 = Absent;2 = Minimal;3 = Mild;4 = Moderate;5 = Moderate Severe;6 = Severe;7 = Extreme; -999 = Missing PANSSG16, PANSS_soca, g16, pan_score_g16, panns_g16, panss30, panss_g16, panss_soca, panssg16, pns_soca, pnsag16
Query phase_ct String 20 Recommended Current Phase. Phase patient was in at the time of the assessment Phase 4 refers to the follow-up phase. Pre-Rand; Phase 1/1A; Phase 2; Phase 3; Phase 4; Phase 1B; Open-Choice Phase; Screening; Phase 1
Query base4 Integer Recommended Flag Follow-up Phase Baseline Visit 1=Yes for all records meeting this criteria
Query b1_ppos Integer Recommended Phase 1 Baseline PANSS Positive Scale Score value for assessment at phase-specific baseline; retained across all records for that assessment. pan_pos_scale_score
Query b1_pneg Integer Recommended Phase 1 Baseline PANSS Negative Scale Score value for assessment at phase-specific baseline; retained across all records for that assessment. pan_neg_scale_score
Query b1_ppsy Integer Recommended Phase 1 Baseline PANSS Psychopathology Score value for assessment at phase-specific baseline; retained across all records for that assessment. pan_gen_scale_score
Query cut_pans Integer Recommended Cutpoints for Derived PANSS Total Score 1::5 1 = PANSSTOT values 30-49; 2 = PANSSTOT values 50-69; 3 = PANSSTOT values 70-89; 4 = PANSSTOT values 90-109; 5 = PANSSTOT values >=110
Query cut_pos Integer Recommended Cutpoints for Derived PANSS Positive Scale 1::4 1 = POSITIVE values 7-13; 2 = POSITIVE values 14-20; 3 = POSITIVE values 21-28; 4 = POSITIVE values> 28
Query cut_neg Integer Recommended Cutpoints for Derived PANSS Negative Scale 1::4 1 = NEGATIVE values 7-13; 2 = NEGATIVE values 14-20; 3 = NEGATIVE values 21-28; 4 = NEGATIVE values > 28
Query cut_gen Integer Recommended Cutpoints for Derived PANSS General Psyc 1::4 1 = GENPSYCH values 16-29; 2 = GENPSYCH values 30-39; 3 = GENPSYCH values 40-49; 4 = GENPSYCH values >= 50
Query c1_panss Integer Recommended Phase 1 CFB PANSS Total Change from Phase 1/1A baseline
Query c1_ppos Integer Recommended Phase 1 CFB PANSS Positive Scale Score Change from Phase 1/1A baseline
Query c1_pneg Integer Recommended Phase 1 CFB PANSS Negative Scale Score Change from Phase 1/1A baseline
Query c1_ppsy Integer Recommended Phase 1 CFB PANSS Psychopathology Scale Change from Phase 1/1A baseline
Query visitid Integer Recommended MetaTrial Visit ID System variable: unique code for each type of visit -use to merge files
Query visit String 60 Recommended Visit name assessment_number, follow_up, timept, visitnum
Query truncvis Integer Recommended Truncated Visit Number Created variable: provides a numeric visit number for all visits, including unscheduled and end of phase
Query visday Integer Recommended Number of days from study baseline to date of visit
Query base1 Integer Recommended Flag Baseline Phase 1/1A Visit 1=Yes for all records meeting this criteria
Query base1b Integer Recommended Flag Baseline Phase 1B Visit 1=Yes for all records meeting this criteria
Query base2 Integer Recommended Flag Baseline Phase 2 Visit 1=Yes for all records meeting this criteria
Query base3 Integer Recommended Flag Baseline Phase 3 Visit 1=Yes for all records meeting this criteria
Query last1 Integer Recommended Flag Last Phase 1/1A Visit 1=Yes for all records meeting this criteria
Query b1_panss Integer Recommended Phase 1 Baseline PANSS Total Baseline score for the phase Also in PANSS file blpanss
Query study_id Integer Recommended Study ID number 46=Acute Phase; 47=Stabilization Phase
Query study_condition Integer Recommended Study condition to which participant was assigned 1::7 1 = Cognitive remediation; 2 = Comparison condition; 3 = Other; 4= treatment as usual; 5= Computers first; 6= CRT first; 7=SCIT
Query time_point Integer Recommended Assessment time point 1=Baseline (STARD); 2=Level exit (STARD); 3= Quarterly follow up (STARD);5= Screening; 10= Baseline; 21, 22, 23 = Mid-point 1, 2, 3; 30= End-of-treatment; 41, 42, 43= Follow-up1, 2, 3 etc.; 601 = 6 Month Reassessment ; 602 = 12 Month Reassessment ; 603 = 18 Month Reassessment
Query days_baseline Integer Recommended Days since baseline panssdays
Query aescode Integer Recommended Staff code number of person completing this form panss_rater, pnscode, rater_initials
Query bafinfo Integer Recommended Check if the Assessment was not done. 0::2 0=No; 1=Yes; 2=Unverified pnsinfo
comments_misc String 4,000 Recommended Miscellaneous comments on study, interview, methodology relevant to this form data additionalcomments, notes, panss_addcomments, panss_notesexpanded
Query panss_3fgen Float Recommended PANSS 3 factors general
Query panss_3fneg Float Recommended PANSS 3 factors negative
Query panss_3fpos Integer Recommended PANSS 3 factor positive
Query fseqno Integer Recommended Sequence Number 0::999 The FSEQNO variable in the ADJ form has a special interpretation compared to other forms. For example, ADJ FSEQNO of '1' can be thought of as being '001', FSEQNO of '2' can be thought of as being '002', and FSEQNO of '3' can be thought of as being '003'. The first digit of FSEQNO relates to the corresponding ENF sequence number at that visit and the third digit relates to the specific adjudicator who completed the adjudication form.
version_form String 121 Recommended Form used/assessment name vers
Query daysrz Integer Recommended days since randomization pnsa0b
Query ml30pnsp Integer Recommended Less Than 30 Pct Missing For Pos Scale 0;1 0=No; 1=Yes
Query ml30pnsn Integer Recommended Less Than 30 Pct Missing For Neg Scale 0;1 0=No; 1=Yes
Query ml30pnsg Integer Recommended Less 30 Pct Missing For Gen Psych Scale 0;1 0=No; 1=Yes
Query chpanss Integer Recommended Change From Baseline in PANSS score
Query panss_c Integer Recommended Change In PANSS (component of efficacy failure) in 2 ways: 1) For participants with PANSS score > 40 at baseline and 25% or more increase in PANSS score post-baseline 2) For participants with PANSS score <= 40 at baseline and 10 point increase in PAN 0;1 0=No; 1=Yes
Query ml30pns Integer Recommended Less Than 30 Pct Missing for All Panss 0;1 0=No; 1=Yes
site String 101 Recommended Site Study Site
Query m3distsx Float Recommended Marder 5 Factor Score Cognitive Mean total score marder_cog_diso
Query m5deptsx Float Recommended Marder 5 Factor Score Emotion Mean total score
Query m4exctsx Float Recommended Marder 5 Factor Score Hostility Mean total score
Query m1negtsx Float Recommended Marder 5 Factor Score Negative Mean total score marder_neg
Query m2postsx Float Recommended Marder 5 Factor Score Positive Mean total score marder_pos
Query sxrem Integer Recommended Symptom remission 0;1 0=No; 1=Yes
Query pantsx Float Recommended PANSS Mean Total score
Query monthsbl Float Recommended Actual number of months from Baseline
Query w3distsx Float Recommended Wallwork 5 Factor Score Cognitive Mean total score
Query w4exctsx Float Recommended Wallwork 5 Factor Score Emotion Mean total score
Query w5deptsx Float Recommended Wallwork 5 Factor Score Hostility Mean total score
Query w2negtsx Float Recommended Wallwork 5 Factor Score Negative Mean total score
Query w1postsx Float Recommended Wallwork 5 Factor Score Positive Mean total score
Query panpstsx Float Recommended Traditional 3-Syndrome Model Positive Items Mean Score
Query panngtsx Float Recommended Traditional 3-Syndrome Model General Items Mean Score
Query w1posts Float Recommended Wallwork 5-Factor Solution Positive Factor Total Score
Query w2negts Float Recommended Wallwork 5-Factor Solution Negative Factor Total Score
Query w3dists Float Recommended Wallwork 5-Factor Solution Disorganized/Concrete Factor Total Score
Query w4excts Float Recommended Wallwork 5-Factor Solution Excited Factor Total Score
Query w5depts Float Recommended Wallwork 5-Factor Solution Depressed Factor Total Score
Query m1negts Float Recommended Marder 5-Factor Solution Negative Symptoms Total Score
Query m2posts Float Recommended Marder 5-Factor Solution Positive Symptoms Total Score
Query m3dists Float Recommended Marder 5-Factor Solution Disorganized Thought Total Score
Query m4excts Float Recommended Marder 5-Factor Solution Uncontrolled Hostility/Excitment Total Score
Query m5depts Float Recommended Marder 5-Factor Solution Anxiety/Depression Total Score
Query panegtsx Float Recommended Traditional 3-Syndrome Model Negative Items Mean Score
Query study_level Integer Recommended Last degree succeeded 1;2;3 Level 1: school leaving certification; level 2: high school study level; level 3: high school diploma and higer education
Query ttt_arms String 3 Recommended Treatment arms of this study. Individualized therapy (RECOS program) compared with the more general Cognitive Remediation Therapy (CRT) CRT;REC
Query week Float Recommended Week in level/study 99=week 10-week 14
Query rand_num Integer Recommended Randomization Number 0::2
Query pan_anger Integer Recommended Supplementary Items: Anger 1::7 1 = Absent;2 = Minimal;3 = Mild;4 = Moderate;5 = Moderate Severe;6 = Severe;7 = Extreme
Query pan_delaygrat Integer Recommended Supplementary Items: Difficulty in Delaying Gratification 1::7 1 = Absent;2 = Minimal;3 = Mild;4 = Moderate;5 = Moderate Severe;6 = Severe;7 = Extreme
Query pan_afflabil Integer Recommended Supplementary Items: Affective Lability 1::7 1 = Absent;2 = Minimal;3 = Mild;4 = Moderate;5 = Moderate Severe;6 = Severe;7 = Extreme
Query panss_supplementary Float Recommended PANSS Supplementary score
dode String 10 Recommended Date of Data Entry date_of_entry
Query t1wk Integer Recommended Weeks since Treatment Session 1
maj_change String 2,000 Recommended Have there been any major changes since we last spoke?
medchange String 500 Recommended Have you had any changes to your medication (dosage, type) in the past month? med_change
hospital_month String 500 Recommended Have you been hospitalized in the past month? hospital
Query panss_inaff Integer Recommended Inappropriate Affect 1::7 1=Absent; 2=Minimal; 3=Mild; 4=Moderate; 5=Moderately Severe; 6=Severe; 7=Extreme
Query panss_3_comp Integer Recommended 3 Factor Scoring for PANSS: Composite Raw Total -42::42 Composite=(3 Factor Positive Raw Total)-(3 Factor Negative Raw Total) pan_composite_scale_score
Query panss_5_dis Integer Recommended 5 Factor Scoring for PANSS: Disorganization Raw Total 3::21 Disorganization=P2+G11+InappropriateAffect
Query panss_cluster_ang Integer Recommended Cluster Scoring for PANSS: Anergia Raw Total 4::28 Anergia=N1+N2+G7+G10
Query panss_cluster_tht Integer Recommended Cluster Scoring for PANSS: Thought Disturbance Raw Total 4::28 Thought Disturbance=P2+P3+P5+G9
Query panss_cluster_act Integer Recommended Cluster Scoring for PANSS: Activation Raw Total 3::21 Activation=P4+G4+G5
Query panss_cluster_par Integer Recommended Cluster Scoring for PANSS: Paranoid/Belligerence Raw Total 3::21 Paranoid/Belligerence=P6+P7+G8
Query panss_cluster_dep Integer Recommended Cluster Scoring for PANSS: Depression Raw Total 4::28 Depression=G1+G2+G3+G6
study String 100 Recommended Study; The code for each individual study
Query assessment_complete Integer Recommended Complete? 0::2 0=Incomplete; 1=Unverified; 2=Complete panss_complete
pan_disorient_2 String 500 Recommended Can you tell me what day of the week it is?
pan_ward String 500 Recommended What ward are you on?
pan_hospital_staff String 500 Recommended Can you tell me who else is on the staff and what they do?
pan_president String 500 Recommended Do you know who is currently the president (prime minister, etc.)?
pan_dis_hos String 500 Recommended Are you ready yet for discharge from the hospital?
pan_dis_pro String 500 Recommended Do you think you'll be taking medicine for your problems after discharge?
vr_comfort_move_date Date Recommended Date Signed: panss_rater_date
panss_experimental Integer Recommended PANSS Negative Symptoms: Experiential Deficit Dimension (Emotional Withdrawal, Passive Apathetic Social Withdrawal, and Active Social Avoidance) 3::21
panss_expressive Integer Recommended PANSS Negative Symptoms: Expressive Deficit Dimension (Blunted Affect, Poor Rapport, Lack of Spontaneity, Motor Retardation) 4::28
panss2_dis Integer Recommended Conceptual Disorganization 1::7 1= Absent; 2= Minimal; 3= Mild; 4= Moderate; 5= Moderate/Severe; 6= Severe; 7= Extreme
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