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Clinician-Administered PTSD 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 subjectM;FM = Male; F = Femalegender, sex
version_formString100RecommendedForm used/assessment name
commentsString4,000RecommendedComments about assessment
mos_o_traumasString50RecommendedTrauma SpecifySpecified
lidIntegerRecommendedHave you ever been in any other situation where you were seriously injured or your life was in danger (e.g., involved in military combat or living in a war zone)?0;1;-90 = no; 1 = yes; -9 = incomplete
capsptsd2IntegerRecommendedIf participant's life was never in danger, nor was participant seriously harmed: What about a time when your were threatened with death or serious injury, even if you weren't actually injured or harmed?0;10 = No; 1 = Yes
capsptsd3IntegerRecommendedIf participant was never threatened with death or serious injury: What about witnessing something like this happen to someone else or finding out that it happened to someone close to you?0;10 = No; 1 = Yes
capsptsd4String500RecommendedIf participant never witnessed or found out about trauma to someone close to them: What would you say are some of the most stressful experiences you have had over your life?
capsptsd5String300RecommendedStressful/Traumatic Event 1: What happened?
capsptsd6String300RecommendedStressful/Traumatic Event 1: How did you respond emotionally?
capsptsd7String300RecommendedStressful/Traumatic Event 1: Describe (event type, victim, perpetrator, age, frequency)
capsptsd8IntegerRecommendedStressful/Traumatic Event 1: Life threat?0::20 = No; 1 = Yes (self); 2 = Yes (other)
capsptsd9IntegerRecommendedStressful/Traumatic Event 1: Serious injury?0::20 = No; 1 = Yes (self); 2 = Yes (other)
capsptsd10IntegerRecommendedStressful/Traumatic Event 1: Threat to physical integrity?0::20 = No; 1 = Yes (self); 2 = Yes (other)
capsptsd11IntegerRecommendedStressful/Traumatic Event 1: Intense fear/helplessness/horror?0::20 = No; 1 = Yes (during); 2 = Yes (after)
capsptsd12IntegerRecommendedStressful/Traumatic Event 1: Criterion A met?0::20 = No; 1 = Probable; 2 = Yescriterion_a_met
capsptsd13String300RecommendedStressful/Traumatic Event 2: What happened?
capsptsd14String300RecommendedStressful/Traumatic Event 2: How did you respond emotionally?
capsptsd15String300RecommendedStressful/Traumatic Event 2: Describe (event type, victim, perpetrator, age, frequency)
capsptsd16IntegerRecommendedStressful/Traumatic Event 2: Life threat?0::20 = No; 1 = Yes (self); 2 = Yes (other)
capsptsd17IntegerRecommendedStressful/Traumatic Event 2: Serious injury?0::20 = No; 1 = Yes (self); 2 = Yes (other)
capsptsd18IntegerRecommendedStressful/Traumatic Event 2: Threat to physical integrity?0::20 = No; 1 = Yes (self); 2 = Yes (other)
capsptsd19IntegerRecommendedStressful/Traumatic Event 2: Intense fear/helplessness/horror?0::20 = No; 1 = Yes (during); 2 = Yes (after)
capsptsd20IntegerRecommendedStressful/Traumatic Event 2: Criterion A met?0::20 = No; 1 = Probable; 2 = Yes
capsptsd21String300RecommendedStressful/Traumatic Event 3: What happened?
capsptsd22String300RecommendedStressful/Traumatic Event 3: How did you respond emotionally?
capsptsd23String300RecommendedStressful/Traumatic Event 3: Describe (event type, victim, perpetrator, age, frequency)
capsptsd24IntegerRecommendedStressful/Traumatic Event 3: Life threat?0::20 = No; 1 = Yes (self); 2 = Yes (other)
capsptsd25IntegerRecommendedStressful/Traumatic Event 3: Serious injury?0::20 = No; 1 = Yes (self); 2 = Yes (other)
capsptsd26IntegerRecommendedStressful/Traumatic Event 3: Threat to physical integrity?0::20 = No; 1 = Yes (self); 2 = Yes (other)
capsptsd27IntegerRecommendedStressful/Traumatic Event 3: Intense fear/helplessness/horror?0::20 = No; 1 = Yes (during); 2 = Yes (after)
capsptsd28IntegerRecommendedStressful/Traumatic Event 3: Criterion A met?0::20 = No; 1 = Probable; 2 = Yes
capsptsd29String300RecommendedDescriptions/examples of symptom experience
capsptsd30IntegerRecommendedSymptom report: Questionable Validity (QV)?0;10 = No; 1 = Yes
capsptsd31String100RecommendedSymptom report: Questionable Validity (QV)? If yes, then specify:
capsptsd32IntegerRecommendedPTSD Symptoms: Past week: Frequency0::40 = Never; 1 = Once or twice; 2 = Once or twice a week; 3 = Several times a week; 4 = Daily or almost every day
capsptsd33IntegerRecommendedPTSD Symptoms: Past week: Intensity0::40 = None; 1 = Mild; 2 = Moderate; 3 = Severe; 4 = Extreme
capsptsd34IntegerRecommendedPTSD Symptoms: Past month: Frequency0::40 = Never; 1 = Once or twice; 2 = Once or twice a week; 3 = Several times a week; 4 = Daily or almost every day
capsptsd35IntegerRecommendedPTSD Symptoms: Past month: Intensity0::40 = None; 1 = Mild; 2 = Moderate; 3 = Severe; 4 = Extreme
capsptsd36IntegerRecommendedPTSD Symptoms: Past month: Symptoms?0;10 = No; 1 = Yes
capsptsd37IntegerRecommendedPTSD Symptoms: Lifetime: Frequency0::40 = Never; 1 = Once or twice; 2 = Once or twice a week; 3 = Several times a week; 4 = Daily or almost every day
capsptsd38IntegerRecommendedPTSD Symptoms: Lifetime: Intensity0::40 = None; 1 = Mild; 2 = Moderate; 3 = Severe; 4 = Extreme
capsptsd39IntegerRecommendedPTSD Symptoms: Lifetime: Symptoms?0;10 = No; 1 = Yes
capsptsd40IntegerRecommendedPTSD Symptoms: Past week: Degree of Impairment0::40 = None; 1 = Less than 10%; 2 = Approximately 20-30%; 3 = Approximately 50-60%; 4 = More than 80%
capsptsd41IntegerRecommendedPTSD Symptoms: Past month: Degree of Impairment0::40 = None; 1 = Less than 10%; 2 = Approximately 20-30%; 3 = Approximately 50-60%; 4 = More than 80%
capsptsd42IntegerRecommendedPTSD Symptoms: Lifetime: Degree of Impairment0::40 = None; 1 = Less than 10%; 2 = Approximately 20-30%; 3 = Approximately 50-60%; 4 = More than 80%
capsptsd43IntegerRecommendedWas Questionable Validity (QV) trauma-related?1::31 = Definite; 2 = Probable; 3 = Unlikely
capsptsd44IntegerRecommendedTrauma-related Questionable Validity (QV): Current or Lifetime?0;10 = Current; 1 = Lifetime
capsptsd45IntegerRecommendedSleep onset problems?0;10 = No; 1 = Yes
capsptsd46IntegerRecommendedMid-sleep awakening?0;10 = No; 1 = Yes
npik06IntegerRecommendedDoes subject awaken too early in the morning (earlier than was his/her habit)?0;10=No; 1=Yes
panss_31IntegerRecommendedP6.N4.G16.G14.How many hours of sleep do you usually get per night (in general not necessarily in past week)?
capsptsd49FloatRecommendedDesired hours of sleep per night
capsptsd50FloatRecommendedTotal number of months delay in onset of PTSD symptoms
capsptsd51IntegerRecommendedDid PTSD symptoms have a delayed onset (greater than or equal to 6 months)?0;10 = No; 1 = Yes
scid_ptsd_length_1IntegerRecommendedPTSD Duration Longer than 1 Month Current (Parent/Child/Clinician)0;1;-99;88;770= No; 1= Yes ; -99=N/A ; 88= Missing ; 77= Refused
capsptsd53FloatRecommendedCurrent PTSD Symptoms: Total months duration
capsptsd54IntegerRecommendedCurrent PTSD Symptoms: Acute (under 3 months) or chronic (3 or more months)?0;10 = No; 1 = Yes
capsptsd55IntegerRecommendedLifetime PTSD Symptoms: Duration of more than 1 month?0;10 = No; 1 = Yes
capsptsd56FloatRecommendedLifetime PTSD Symptoms: Total months duration
capsptsd57IntegerRecommendedLifetime PTSD Symptoms: Acute (under 3 months) or chronic (3 or more months)?0;10 = No; 1 = Yes
capsptsd58IntegerRecommendedPast week: Overall, how much have you been bothered by these PTSD symptoms you've told me about?0::40 = None; 1 = Mild (minimal distress); 2 = Moderate (distress clearly present but still manageable); 3 = Severe (considerable distress); 4 = Extreme (incapacitating distress)
capsptsd59IntegerRecommendedPast month: Overall, how much have you been bothered by these PTSD symptoms you've told me about?0::40 = None; 1 = Mild (minimal distress); 2 = Moderate (distress clearly present but still manageable); 3 = Severe (considerable distress); 4 = Extreme (incapacitating distress)
capsptsd60IntegerRecommendedLifetime: Overall, how much have you been bothered by these PTSD symptoms you've told me about?0::40 = None; 1 = Mild (minimal distress); 2 = Moderate (distress clearly present but still manageable); 3 = Severe (considerable distress); 4 = Extreme (incapacitating distress)
capsptsd61IntegerRecommendedPast week: Have these PTSD symptoms affected your relationships with other people/social life?0::40 = No adverse impact; 1 = Mild impact (minimal impairment in social functioning); 2 = Moderate impact (definite impairment, but many aspects of social functioning still intact); 3 = Severe impact (marked impairment, few aspects of social functioning still intact); 4 = Extreme impact (little or no social functioning)
capsptsd62IntegerRecommendedPast month: Have these PTSD symptoms affected your relationships with other people/social life?0::40 = No adverse impact; 1 = Mild impact (minimal impairment in social functioning); 2 = Moderate impact (definite impairment, but many aspects of social functioning still intact); 3 = Severe impact (marked impairment, few aspects of social functioning still intact); 4 = Extreme impact (little or no social functioning)
capsptsd63IntegerRecommendedLifetime: Have these PTSD symptoms affected your relationships with other people/social life?0::40 = No adverse impact; 1 = Mild impact (minimal impairment in social functioning); 2 = Moderate impact (definite impairment, but many aspects of social functioning still intact); 3 = Severe impact (marked impairment, few aspects of social functioning still intact); 4 = Extreme impact (little or no social functioning)
workingIntegerRecommendedAre you working now1;21=Yes; 2=No
capsptsd65IntegerRecommendedWere you working at the time of the trauma?0;10 = No; 1 = Yes
capsptsd66IntegerRecommendedPast week: If working: Have these PTSD symptoms affected your work or your ability to work?0::40 = No adverse impact; 1 = Mild impact (minimal impairment in occupational/other important functioning); 2 = Moderate impact (definite impairment, but many aspects of occupational/other important functioning still intact); 3 = Severe impact (marked impairment, few aspects of occupational/other important functioning still intact); 4 = Extreme impact (little or no occupational/other important functioning)erinterferencedailywork
capsptsd67IntegerRecommendedPast month: If working: Have these PTSD symptoms affected your work or your ability to work?0::40 = No adverse impact; 1 = Mild impact (minimal impairment in occupational/other important functioning); 2 = Moderate impact (definite impairment, but many aspects of occupational/other important functioning still intact); 3 = Severe impact (marked impairment, few aspects of occupational/other important functioning still intact); 4 = Extreme impact (little or no occupational/other important functioning)
capsptsd68IntegerRecommendedLifetime: If working: Have these PTSD symptoms affected your work or your ability to work?0::40 = No adverse impact; 1 = Mild impact (minimal impairment in occupational/other important functioning); 2 = Moderate impact (definite impairment, but many aspects of occupational/other important functioning still intact); 3 = Severe impact (marked impairment, few aspects of occupational/other important functioning still intact); 4 = Extreme impact (little or no occupational/other important functioning)
capsptsd69IntegerRecommendedPast week: If NOT working: Have these PTSD symptoms affected any other important part of your life (parenting, housework, volunteering, etc.)?0::40 = No adverse impact; 1 = Mild impact (minimal impairment in occupational/other important functioning); 2 = Moderate impact (definite impairment, but many aspects of occupational/other important functioning still intact); 3 = Severe impact (marked impairment, few aspects of occupational/other important functioning still intact); 4 = Extreme impact (little or no occupational/other important functioning)
capsptsd70IntegerRecommendedPast month: If NOT working: Have these PTSD symptoms affected any other important part of your life (parenting, housework, volunteering, etc.)?0::40 = No adverse impact; 1 = Mild impact (minimal impairment in occupational/other important functioning); 2 = Moderate impact (definite impairment, but many aspects of occupational/other important functioning still intact); 3 = Severe impact (marked impairment, few aspects of occupational/other important functioning still intact); 4 = Extreme impact (little or no occupational/other important functioning)
capsptsd71IntegerRecommendedLifetime: If NOT working: Have these PTSD symptoms affected any other important part of your life (parenting, housework, volunteering, etc.)?0::40 = No adverse impact; 1 = Mild impact (minimal impairment in occupational/other important functioning); 2 = Moderate impact (definite impairment, but many aspects of occupational/other important functioning still intact); 3 = Severe impact (marked impairment, few aspects of occupational/other important functioning still intact); 4 = Extreme impact (little or no occupational/other important functioning)
capsptsd72IntegerRecommendedGlobal Validity (compliance with interview, mental status, etc.)0::40 = Excellent (no reason to suspect invalid responses); 1 = Good (factors present that may adversely affect validity); 2 = Fair (factors present that definitely reduce validity); 3 = Poor (substantially reduced validity); 4 = Invalid responses (severely impaired mental status or possible deliberate "faking bad" or "faking good")global_validity
capsptsd73IntegerRecommendedPast week: Global Severity (degree of subjective distress and functional impairment, behavioral observations, judgment of reporting style)0::40 = No clinically significant symptoms (no distress and no functional impairment); 1 = Mild (minimal distress or functional impairment); 2 = Moderate (definite distress or functional impairment but functions satisfactorily with effort); 3 = Severe (considerable distress or functional impairment, limited functioning even with effort); 4 = Extreme (marked distress or marked impairment in two or more major areas of functioning)
capsptsd74IntegerRecommendedPast month: Global Severity (degree of subjective distress and functional impairment, behavioral observations, judgment of reporting style)0::40 = No clinically significant symptoms (no distress and no functional impairment); 1 = Mild (minimal distress or functional impairment); 2 = Moderate (definite distress or functional impairment but functions satisfactorily with effort); 3 = Severe (considerable distress or functional impairment, limited functioning even with effort); 4 = Extreme (marked distress or marked impairment in two or more major areas of functioning)
capsptsd75IntegerRecommendedLifetime: Global Severity (degree of subjective distress and functional impairment, behavioral observations, judgment of reporting style)0::40 = No clinically significant symptoms (no distress and no functional impairment); 1 = Mild (minimal distress or functional impairment); 2 = Moderate (definite distress or functional impairment but functions satisfactorily with effort); 3 = Severe (considerable distress or functional impairment, limited functioning even with effort); 4 = Extreme (marked distress or marked impairment in two or more major areas of functioning)
capsptsd76IntegerRecommendedGlobal Improvement0::50 = Asymptomatic; 1 = Considerable improvement; 2 = Moderate improvement; 3 = Slight improvement; 4 = No improvement; 5 = Insufficient informationglobal_improvement
capsptsd77IntegerRecommendedCurrent PTSD Symptoms: Criterion A met (traumatic event)?0;10 = No; 1 = Yes
capsptsd78IntegerRecommendedCurrent PTSD Symptoms: Number of Criterion B symptoms greater than or equal to 1?0;10 = No; 1 = Yes
capsptsd79IntegerRecommendedCurrent PTSD Symptoms: Number of Criterion C symptoms greater than or equal to 3?0;10 = No; 1 = Yes
capsptsd80IntegerRecommendedCurrent PTSD Symptoms: Number of Criterion D symptoms greater than or equal to 2?0;10 = No; 1 = Yes
capsptsd81IntegerRecommendedCurrent PTSD Symptoms: Criterion E met (duration greater than or equal to 1 month)?0;10 = No; 1 = Yes
capsptsd82IntegerRecommendedCurrent PTSD Symptoms: Criterion F met (distress/impairment)?0;10 = No; 1 = Yes
ksads_dx_ptsd4_currentIntegerRecommendedPTSD DSM 4 Diagnosis Criteria Met Current (now)0;1;-99;88;770= No; 1= Yes ; -99= N/A ; 88= Missing ; 77= Refused
capsptsd84String500RecommendedCurrent PTSD Symptoms: Since the (EVENT), has there been a time when these PTSD symptoms were a lot worse than they have been in the past month? When was that? How long did it last? At least a month?
capsptsd85String300RecommendedCurrent PTSD Symptoms: If multiple periods in the past: When were you bothered themost by these PTSD symptoms?
capsptsd86String300RecommendedCurrent PTSD Symptoms: During worst period, did you experience PTSD symptoms? How often?
capsptsd87IntegerRecommendedLifetime PTSD Symptoms: Criterion A met (traumatic event)?0;10 = No; 1 = Yes
capsptsd88IntegerRecommendedLifetime PTSD Symptoms: Number of Criterion B symptoms greater than or equal to 1?0;10 = No; 1 = Yes
capsptsd89IntegerRecommendedLifetime PTSD Symptoms: Number of Criterion C symptoms greater than or equal to 3?0;10 = No; 1 = Yes
capsptsd90IntegerRecommendedLifetime PTSD Symptoms: Number of Criterion D symptoms greater than or equal to 2?0::7
capsptsd91IntegerRecommendedLifetime PTSD Symptoms: Criterion E met (duration greater than or equal to 1 month)?0;10 = No; 1 = Yes
capsptsd92IntegerRecommendedLifetime PTSD Symptoms: Criterion F met (distress/impairment)?0;10 = No; 1 = Yes
capsptsd93IntegerRecommendedLifetime PTSD Symptoms: Diagnosis (Criteria A-F met)?0;10 = No; 1 = Yes
capsptsd94String300RecommendedTraumatic Event: summarize and indicate whether PTSD Criterion A was met
capsptsd95IntegerRecommendedPTSD Criterion B Summary Scoreb_sev
capsptsd96IntegerRecommendedPTSD Criterion C Summary Scorec_sev
capsptsd97IntegerRecommendedPTSD Criterion D Summary Scored_sev
capsptsd98IntegerRecommendedPTSD Criterion E Summary Scoree_sev
capsptsd99IntegerRecommendedPTSD Criterion F Summary Scoreduration_of_disturbance
capsptsd100String100RecommendedScoring rules: which of the 9 CAPS scoring rules applies to these data?
capsptsd101IntegerRecommendedDiagnostic Decision: PTSD0;10 = Patient does NOT meet PTSD criteria; 1 = Patient meets PTSD criteria
howoftenunpleasantdreamsIntegerRecommendedHow Often Unpleasant Dreams0 :: 4; -7; -80=Never; 1=Less than once a week; 2=1-2 nights a week; 3=3-4 nights a week; 4=Every or nearly every night; -8=DON'T KNOW; -7=REFUSED
distressunpleasantdreamsIntegerRecommendedDistress Unpleasant Dreams0 :: 4; -7; -80=None; 1=Mild (might not have woken up); 2=Moderate (easily went back to sleep); 3=Severe (had diff going back to sleep); 4=Extreme (could not go back to sleep); -8=DON'T KNOW; -7=REFUSED
capsiv_scoreIntegerRecommendedClinician-Administered PTSD Scale Nightmare Severity [SCORE]0 :: 40=Absent: No Nightmares; 1=Mild/Subthreshold; 2=Moderate/Threshold; 3=Severe/Markedly Elevated; 4=Extreme/Incapacitating
erfinanceproblemIntegerRecommendedHow Much Causes Financial Probs0 :: 4; -7; -80=Not at all; 1=A little; 2=Some; 3=A lot; 4=Extremely; -8=DON'T KNOW; -7=REFUSED
siteString101RecommendedSiteStudy Sitesiteid
timeptIntegerRecommendedTime Point888 = not applicable; 999 = missingtimepoint
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