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State-Trait Anxiety Inventory for Adults

15,047 Shared Subjects

N/A
Clinical Assessments
Anxiety
12/12/2014
stai01
12/01/2023
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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* medhx_guidid
src_subject_id String 20 Required Subject ID how it's defined in lab/project id, record_id
interview_date Date Required Date on which the interview/genetic test/sampling/imaging/biospecimen was completed. MM/DD/YYYY statetrait_anxiety_inventory_staitrait_timestamp
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. medhx_age_months
sex String 20 Required Sex of subject at birth
M;F; O; NR
M = Male; F = Female; O=Other; NR = Not reported gender
Query stai1 Integer Recommended Right now. I feel calm. 1::4; 999 1 = Not at all so; 2 = Somewhat; 3 = Moderately so; 4 = Very much so; 999 = Prefer not to answer/Left blank q1_currently_calm, stai_1, stais_1, staix1_q01
Query stai2 Integer Recommended Right now. I feel secure 1::4; 999 1 = Not at all so; 2 = Somewhat; 3 = Moderately so; 4 = Very much so; 999 = Prefer not to answer/Left blank q2_currently_secure, stai_2, stais_2, staix1_q02
Query stai3 Integer Recommended Right now. I am tense. 1::4; 999 1 = Not at all so; 2 = Somewhat; 3 = Moderately so; 4 = Very much so; 999 = Prefer not to answer/Left blank q3_currently_tense, stai_3, stais_3, staix1_q03
Query stai4 Integer Recommended Right now. I feel strained 1::4; 999 1 = Not at all so; 2 = Somewhat; 3 = Moderately so; 4 = Very much so; 999 = Prefer not to answer/Left blank q4_currently_strained, stai_4, stais_4
Query stai5 Integer Recommended Right now. I feel at ease 1::4; 999 1 = Not at all so; 2 = Somewhat; 3 = Moderately so; 4 = Very much so; 999 = Prefer not to answer/Left blank q5_currently_ease, stai_5, stais_5, staix1_q05
Query stai6 Integer Recommended Right now. I feel upset 1::4; 999 1 = Not at all so; 2 = Somewhat; 3 = Moderately so; 4 = Very much so; 999 = Prefer not to answer/Left blank q6_currently_upset, stai_6, stais_6, staix1_q06
Query stai7 Integer Recommended Right now. I am presently worrying over possible misfortunes 1::4; 999 1 = Not at all so; 2 = Somewhat; 3 = Moderately so; 4 = Very much so; 999 = Prefer not to answer/Left blank q7_currently_worrying, stai_7, stais_7, staix1_q07
Query stai8 Integer Recommended Right now. I feel satisfied 1::4; 999 1 = Not at all so; 2 = Somewhat; 3 = Moderately so; 4 = Very much so; 999 = Prefer not to answer/Left blank q8_currently_satisfied, stai_8, stais_8
Query stai9 Integer Recommended Right now. I feel frightened 1::4; 999 1 = Not at all so; 2 = Somewhat; 3 = Moderately so; 4 = Very much so; 999 = Prefer not to answer/Left blank q9_currently_frightened, stai_9, stais_9
Query stai10 Integer Recommended Right now. I feel comfortable 1::4; 999 1 = Not at all so; 2 = Somewhat; 3 = Moderately so; 4 = Very much so; 999 = Prefer not to answer/Left blank q10_currently_comfortable, stai_10, stais_10, staix1_q10
Query stai11 Integer Recommended Right now. I feel self-confident. 1::4; 999 1 = Not at all so; 2 = Somewhat; 3 = Moderately so; 4 = Very much so; 999 = Prefer not to answer/Left blank q11_currently_confident, stai_11, stais_11, staix1_q11
Query stai12 Integer Recommended Right now. I feel nervous 1::4; 999 1 = Not at all so; 2 = Somewhat; 3 = Moderately so; 4 = Very much so; 999 = Prefer not to answer/Left blank q12_currently_nervous, stai_12, stais_12, staix1_q12
Query stai13 Integer Recommended Right now. I am jittery 1::4; 999 1 = Not at all so; 2 = Somewhat; 3 = Moderately so; 4 = Very much so; 999 = Prefer not to answer/Left blank q13_currently_jittery, stai_13, stais_13, staix1_q13
Query stai14 Integer Recommended Right now. I feel indecisive 1::4; 999 1 = Not at all so; 2 = Somewhat; 3 = Moderately so; 4 = Very much so; 999 = Prefer not to answer/Left blank q14_currently_indecisive, stai_14, stais_14
Query stai15 Integer Recommended Right now. I am relaxed 1::4; 999 1 = Not at all so; 2 = Somewhat; 3 = Moderately so; 4 = Very much so; 999 = Prefer not to answer/Left blank q15_currently_relaxed, stai_15, stais_15, staix1_q15
Query stai16 Integer Recommended Right now. I feel content 1::4; 999 1 = Not at all so; 2 = Somewhat; 3 = Moderately so; 4 = Very much so; 999 = Prefer not to answer/Left blank q16_currently_content, stai_16, stais_16, staix1_q16
Query stai17 Integer Recommended Right now. I am worried 1::4; 999 1 = Not at all so; 2 = Somewhat; 3 = Moderately so; 4 = Very much so; 999 = Prefer not to answer/Left blank q17_currently_worried, stai_17, stais_17, staix1_q17
Query stai18 Integer Recommended Right now. I feel confused 1::4; 999 1 = Not at all so; 2 = Somewhat; 3 = Moderately so; 4 = Very much so; 999 = Prefer not to answer/Left blank q18_currently_confused, stai_18, stais_18
Query stai19 Integer Recommended Right now. I feel steady 1::4; 999 1 = Not at all so; 2 = Somewhat; 3 = Moderately so; 4 = Very much so; 999 = Prefer not to answer/Left blank q19_currently_steady, stai_19, stais_19
Query stai20 Integer Recommended Right now. I feel pleasant 1::4; 999 1 = Not at all so; 2 = Somewhat; 3 = Moderately so; 4 = Very much so; 999 = Prefer not to answer/Left blank q20_currently_pleasant, stai_20, stais_20, staix1_q20
Query stai21 Integer Recommended Generally. I feel pleasant 1::4; 999 1 = Not at all so; 2 = Somewhat; 3 = Moderately so; 4 = Very much so; 999 = Prefer not to answer/Left blank q21_generally_pleasant, stai_21_trait, stai_t_21, staix2_q01
Query stai22 Integer Recommended Generally. I feel nervous and restless 1::4; 999 1 = Not at all so; 2 = Somewhat; 3 = Moderately so; 4 = Very much so; 999 = Prefer not to answer/Left blank q22_generally_nervous, stai_22_trait, stai_t_22
Query stai23 Integer Recommended Generally. I feel satisfied with myself 1::4; 999 1 = Not at all so; 2 = Somewhat; 3 = Moderately so; 4 = Very much so; 999 = Prefer not to answer/Left blank q23_generally_satisfied, stai_23_trait, stai_t_23
Query stai24 Integer Recommended Generally. I wish I couid be as happy as others seem to be 1::4; 999 1 = Not at all so; 2 = Somewhat; 3 = Moderately so; 4 = Very much so; 999 = Prefer not to answer/Left blank q24_generally_wish_happy, stai_24_trait, stai_t_24, staix2_q04
Query stai25 Integer Recommended Generally. I feel like a failure 1::4; 999 1 = Not at all so; 2 = Somewhat; 3 = Moderately so; 4 = Very much so; 999 = Prefer not to answer/Left blank q25_generally_failure, stai_25_trait, stai_t_25
Query stai26 Integer Recommended Generally. I feel rested. 1::4; 999 1 = Not at all so; 2 = Somewhat; 3 = Moderately so; 4 = Very much so; 999 = Prefer not to answer/Left blank q26_generally_rested, stai_26_trait, stai_t_26, staix2_q06
Query stai27 Integer Recommended Generally. I am "calm, cool, and collected. 1::4; 999 1 = Not at all so; 2 = Somewhat; 3 = Moderately so; 4 = Very much so; 999 = Prefer not to answer/Left blank q27_generally_collected, stai_27_trait, stai_t_27, staix2_q07
Query stai28 Integer Recommended Generally. I feel that difficulties are piling up so fast that I cannot overcome them. 1::4; 999 1 = Not at all so; 2 = Somewhat; 3 = Moderately so; 4 = Very much so; 999 = Prefer not to answer/Left blank q28_generally_difficulties, stai_28_trait, stai_t_28, staix2_q08
Query stai29 Integer Recommended Generally. I worry too much over something that really doesn't matter 1::4; 999 1 = Not at all so; 2 = Somewhat; 3 = Moderately so; 4 = Very much so; 999 = Prefer not to answer/Left blank q29_generally_worry, stai_29_trait, stai_t_29, staix2_q09
Query stai30 Integer Recommended Generally. I am happy 1::4; 999 1 = Not at all so; 2 = Somewhat; 3 = Moderately so; 4 = Very much so; 999 = Prefer not to answer/Left blank q30_generally_happy, stai_30_trait, stai_t_30, staix2_q10
Query stai31 Integer Recommended Generally. I have disturbing thoughts 1::4; 999 1 = Not at all so; 2 = Somewhat; 3 = Moderately so; 4 = Very much so; 999 = Prefer not to answer/Left blank q31_generally_disturbing, stai_31_trait, stai_t_31
Query stai32 Integer Recommended Generally. I lack self-confidence 1::4; 999 1 = Not at all so; 2 = Somewhat; 3 = Moderately so; 4 = Very much so; 999 = Prefer not to answer/Left blank q32_generally_lack_confidence, stai_32_trait, stai_t_32, staix2_q12
Query stai33 Integer Recommended Generally. I feel secure 1::4; 999 1 = Not at all so; 2 = Somewhat; 3 = Moderately so; 4 = Very much so; 999 = Prefer not to answer/Left blank q33_generally_secure, stai_33_trait, stai_t_33, staix2_q13
Query stai34 Integer Recommended Generally. I make decisions easily 1::4; 999 1 = Not at all so; 2 = Somewhat; 3 = Moderately so; 4 = Very much so; 999 = Prefer not to answer/Left blank q34_generally_make_decisions, stai_34_trait, stai_t_34
Query stai35 Integer Recommended Generally. I feel inadequate 1::4; 999 1 = Not at all so; 2 = Somewhat; 3 = Moderately so; 4 = Very much so; 999 = Prefer not to answer/Left blank q35_generally_inadequate, stai_35_trait, stai_t_35
Query stai36 Integer Recommended Generally. I am content 1::4; 999 1 = Not at all so; 2 = Somewhat; 3 = Moderately so; 4 = Very much so; 999 = Prefer not to answer/Left blank q36_generally_content, stai_36_trait, stai_t_36, staix2_q16
Query stai37 Integer Recommended Generally. Some unimportant thought runs through my mind and bothers me 1::4; 999 1 = Not at all so; 2 = Somewhat; 3 = Moderately so; 4 = Very much so; 999 = Prefer not to answer/Left blank q37_generally_unimportant, stai_37_trait, stai_t_37, staix2_q17
Query stai38 Integer Recommended Generally. I take disappointments so keenly that I can't put them out of my mind 1::4; 999 1 = Not at all so; 2 = Somewhat; 3 = Moderately so; 4 = Very much so; 999 = Prefer not to answer/Left blank q38_generally_disappointments, stai_38_trait, stai_t_38, staix2_q18
Query stai39 Integer Recommended Generally. I am a steady person 1::4; 999 1 = Not at all so; 2 = Somewhat; 3 = Moderately so; 4 = Very much so; 999 = Prefer not to answer/Left blank q39_generally_steady, stai_39_trait, stai_t_39, staix2_q19
Query stai40 Integer Recommended Generally. I get in a state of tension or turmoil as I think over my recent concerns and interests 1::4; 999 1 = Not at all so; 2 = Somewhat; 3 = Moderately so; 4 = Very much so; 999 = Prefer not to answer/Left blank q40_generally_tension, stai_40_trait, stai_t_40, staix2_q20
Query staiy_state Float Recommended State Anxiety currently_score, stais_state_score
Query staiy_trait Float Recommended Trait Anxiety generally_score, stait_trait_score, staix_trait
Query stai_post_final_score Float Recommended MRI Post Scan Final Score staix_state_postscan
Query stai_pre_final_score Float Recommended MRI Pre Scan STAI Final Score - min is 20 max is 80
Query stai_pre_score Float Recommended MRI STAI Pre Scan TOTAL SCORE staix_state_prescan
Query stai_eeg_final_score Float Recommended EEG STAI Final Score
version_form String 121 Recommended Form used/assessment name
site String 101 Recommended Site Study Site
study String 100 Recommended Study; The code for each individual study
Query week Float Recommended Week in level/study 99=week 10-week 14
Query visit String 60 Recommended Visit name
Query visday Integer Recommended Number of days from study baseline to date of visit
Query stait1 Integer Recommended I feel pleasant 1::4 1 = Almost never; 2 = Sometimes; 3 = Often; 4 = Almost always stai_trait1_i, stait_21
Query stait2 Integer Recommended I feel nervous and restless 1::4; 99 1 = Almost never; 2 = Sometimes; 3 = Often; 4 = Almost always; 99=Prefer not to answer stait_22
Query stait3 Integer Recommended I feel satisfied with myself 1::4 1 = Almost never; 2 = Sometimes; 3 = Often; 4 = Almost always stait_23
Query stait4 Integer Recommended I wish I could be as happy as others seem to be 1::4 1 = Almost never; 2 = Sometimes; 3 = Often; 4 = Almost always stai_trait4_i, stait_24
Query stait5 Integer Recommended I feel like a failure 1::4 1 = Almost never; 2 = Sometimes; 3 = Often; 4 = Almost always stait_25
Query stait6 Integer Recommended I feel rested 1::4 1 = Almost never; 2 = Sometimes; 3 = Often; 4 = Almost always stai_trait6_i, stait_26
Query stait7 Integer Recommended I am "calm, cool and collected 1::4 1 = Almost never; 2 = Sometimes; 3 = Often; 4 = Almost always stai_trait7_i, stait_27
Query stait8 Integer Recommended I feel that difficulties are piling up so that I cannot overcome them 1::4; 99 1 = Almost never; 2 = Sometimes; 3 = Often; 4 = Almost always; 99=Prefer not to answer stai_trait8_i, stait_28
Query stait9 Integer Recommended I worry too much over something that really doesnt matter 1::4; 99 1 = Almost never; 2 = Sometimes; 3 = Often; 4 = Almost always; 99=Prefer not to answer stai_trait9_i, stait_29
Query stait10 Integer Recommended I am happy 1::4 1 = Almost never; 2 = Sometimes; 3 = Often; 4 = Almost always stai_trait10_i, stait_30
Query stait11 Integer Recommended I have disturbing thoughts 1::4; 99 1 = Almost never; 2 = Sometimes; 3 = Often; 4 = Almost always; 99=Prefer not to answer stait_31
Query stait12 Integer Recommended I lack self-confidence 1::4 1 = Almost never; 2 = Sometimes; 3 = Often; 4 = Almost always stai_trait12_i, stait_32
Query stait13 Integer Recommended I feel secure 1::4 1 = Almost never; 2 = Sometimes; 3 = Often; 4 = Almost always stai_trait13_i, stait_33
Query stait14 Integer Recommended I make decisions easily 1::4 1 = Almost never; 2 = Sometimes; 3 = Often; 4 = Almost always stait_34
Query stait15 Integer Recommended I feel inadequate 1::4 1 = Almost never; 2 = Sometimes; 3 = Often; 4 = Almost always stait_35
Query stait16 Integer Recommended I am content 1::4 1 = Almost never; 2 = Sometimes; 3 = Often; 4 = Almost always stai_trait16_i, stait_36
Query stait17 Integer Recommended Some unimportant thought runs through my mind and bothers me 1::4; 99 1 = Almost never; 2 = Sometimes; 3 = Often; 4 = Almost always; 99=Prefer not to answer stai_trait17_i, stait_37
Query stait18 Integer Recommended I take disappointments so keenly that I cant put them out of my mind 1::4; 99 1 = Almost never; 2 = Sometimes; 3 = Often; 4 = Almost always; 99=Prefer not to answer stai_trait18_i, stait_38
Query stait19 Integer Recommended I am a steady person 1::4 1 = Almost never; 2 = Sometimes; 3 = Often; 4 = Almost always stai_trait19_i, stait_39
Query stait20 Integer Recommended I get in a state of tension or turmoil as I think over my recent concerns and interests 1::4; 99 1 = Almost never; 2 = Sometimes; 3 = Often; 4 = Almost always; 99=Prefer not to answer stai_trait20_i, stait_40
Query respondent String 20 Recommended Respondent
Mother;Father;Parent;Guardian;Teacher;Child;Self;Caregiver;Partner;Other
completed_by
respond_detail_oth_spec String 255 Recommended Respondent details
respondent_other_specify String 50 Recommended Respondent: Other (specify) completed_by_other
Query staittot Integer Recommended STAIT-S Total Score Note: prorated when any are missing � one missing 6 items (30%), others missing 1 or 2 items.sum(5-STAIT1, 5-STAIT3, 5-STAIT6, 5-STAIT7, 5-STAIT10, 5-STAIT13,5-STAIT14, 5-STAIT16, 5-STAIT19, STAIT2, STAIT4, STAIT5, STAIT8, STAIT9, STAIT11, STAIT12, STAIT15, STAIT17, STAIT18, STAIT20) stai_t_total, stai_total
Query imputation Integer Recommended Indicator noting imputed data set number 1::20
Query visnum Float Recommended Numeric Visit Number -1.5 = Pre-Screening; -1 = Screening; 0 = Baseline; ## = Visit ## (from 1 to 10); Whole numbers = standard monthly visits; #.001 - #.009 = Unscheduled; #.1 = End of Phase 1; #.2 = End of Phase 2; #.3 = End of Phase 3; #.4 = End of Open Choice Phase; #.5 = End of Study; #.6 = Genetic Analysis; 1000=all visits
Query completed Integer Recommended Checks if completed
0::3
0=No; 1=Yes; 2=Yes, lost; 3=Unverified
Query stai_trait_mx20 Integer Recommended Mean of responses * 20
Query vses_tmp Integer Recommended Within-session Timepoint Reference 1::7 1=Baseline measure; 2=Pre-FIPD assessment; 3=Post-FIPD assessment; 4=Pre- social interaction anticipation; 5=Social interaction Anticipation; 6=Post-interaction assessment; 7= fMRI session measure
Query stai_state4_i Integer Recommended Right now. I am regretful. 1::4 1=Not at all so; 2= Somewhat; 3=Moderately so; 4=Very much so staix1_q04
Query stai_state8_i Integer Recommended Right now. I feel rested. 1::4 1=Not at all so; 2= Somewhat; 3=Moderately so; 4=Very much so staix1_q08
Query stai_state9_i Integer Recommended Right now. I feel anxious. 1::4 1=Not at all so; 2= Somewhat; 3=Moderately so; 4=Very much so staix1_q09
Query stai_state14_i Integer Recommended Right now. I feel "high strung. 1::4 1=Not at all so; 2= Somewhat; 3=Moderately so; 4=Very much so staix1_q14
Query stai_state18_i Integer Recommended Right now. I feel overexcited and rattled. 1::4 1=Not at all so; 2= Somewhat; 3=Moderately so; 4=Very much so staix1_q18
Query stai_state19_i Integer Recommended Right now. I feel joyful. 1::4 1=Not at all so; 2= Somewhat; 3=Moderately so; 4=Very much so staix1_q19
Query stai_trait2_i Integer Recommended Generally. I tire quickly. 1::4 1 = Almost never; 2 = Sometimes; 3 = Often; 4 = Almost always staix2_q02
Query stai_trait3_i Integer Recommended Generally. I feel like crying. 1::4 1 = Almost never; 2 = Sometimes; 3 = Often; 4 = Almost always staix2_q03
Query stai_trait5_i Integer Recommended Generally. I am losing out on things because I can't make up my mind soon enough. 1::4 1 = Almost never; 2 = Sometimes; 3 = Often; 4 = Almost always staix2_q05
Query stai_trait11_i Integer Recommended Generally. I am inclined to take things hard. 1::4 1 = Almost never; 2 = Sometimes; 3 = Often; 4 = Almost always staix2_q11
Query stai_trait14_i Integer Recommended Generally. I try to avoid facing a crisis or difficulty. 1::4 1 = Almost never; 2 = Sometimes; 3 = Often; 4 = Almost always staix2_q14
Query stai_trait15_i Integer Recommended Generally. I feel blue. 1::4 1 = Almost never; 2 = Sometimes; 3 = Often; 4 = Almost always staix2_q15
timepoint_label String 50 Recommended Timepoint/visit label
ref_child_id String 50 Recommended Referencing Child ID how it is defined in lab/project
staia_16 Integer Recommended Right now. I feel content 1::4 1= Very much so; 2 = Moderately so; 3 = Somewhat; 4 = Not at all so
staia_19 Integer Recommended Right now. I feel steady 1::4 1= Very much so; 2 = Moderately so; 3 = Somewhat; 4 = Not at all so
staia_20 Integer Recommended Right now. I feel pleasant 1::4 1= Very much so; 2 = Moderately so; 3 = Somewhat; 4 = Not at all so
staia_21 Integer Recommended Generally. I feel pleasant 1::4 1= Very much so; 2 = Moderately so; 3 = Somewhat; 4 = Not at all so
staia_23 Integer Recommended Generally. I feel satisfied with myself 1::4 1= Very much so; 2 = Moderately so; 3 = Somewhat; 4 = Not at all so
staia_26 Integer Recommended Generally. I feel rested. 1::4 1= Very much so; 2 = Moderately so; 3 = Somewhat; 4 = Not at all so
staia_27 Integer Recommended Generally. I am ''calm, cool, and collected''. 1::4 1= Very much so; 2 = Moderately so; 3 = Somewhat; 4 = Not at all so
staia_30 Integer Recommended Generally. I am happy 1::4 1= Very much so; 2 = Moderately so; 3 = Somewhat; 4 = Not at all so
staia_33 Integer Recommended Generally. I feel secure 1::4 1= Very much so; 2 = Moderately so; 3 = Somewhat; 4 = Not at all so
staia_34 Integer Recommended Generally. I make decisions easily 1::4 1= Very much so; 2 = Moderately so; 3 = Somewhat; 4 = Not at all so
staia_36 Integer Recommended Generally. I am content 1::4 1= Very much so; 2 = Moderately so; 3 = Somewhat; 4 = Not at all so
staia_39 Integer Recommended Generally. I am a steady person 1::4 1= Very much so; 2 = Moderately so; 3 = Somewhat; 4 = Not at all so
staia_1 Integer Recommended Right now. I feel calm. 1::4 1= Very much so; 2 = Moderately so; 3 = Somewhat; 4 = Not at all so
staia_2 Integer Recommended Right now. I feel secure 1::4 1= Very much so; 2 = Moderately so; 3 = Somewhat; 4 = Not at all so
staia_5 Integer Recommended Right now. I feel at ease 1::4 1= Very much so; 2 = Moderately so; 3 = Somewhat; 4 = Not at all so
staia_8 Integer Recommended Right now. I feel satisfied 1::4 1= Very much so; 2 = Moderately so; 3 = Somewhat; 4 = Not at all so
staia_10 Integer Recommended Right now. I feel comfortable 1::4 1= Very much so; 2 = Moderately so; 3 = Somewhat; 4 = Not at all so
staia_11 Integer Recommended Right now. I feel self-confident. 1::4 1= Very much so; 2 = Moderately so; 3 = Somewhat; 4 = Not at all so
staia_15 Integer Recommended Right now. I am relaxed 1::4 1= Very much so; 2 = Moderately so; 3 = Somewhat; 4 = Not at all so
staich08 Integer Recommended I feel relax 1 :: 3 1= Very Relaxed; 2= Relaxed; 3= Not Relaxed
staich09 Integer Recommended I feel worried 1 :: 3 1= Very Worried; 2= Worried; 3= Not Worried
staich10 Integer Recommended I feel satisfied 1 :: 3 1= Very Satisfied; 2= Satisfied; 3= Not Satisfied
staich11 Integer Recommended I feel frightened 1 :: 3 1= Very Frightened; 2= Frightened; 3= Not Frightened
staich12 Integer Recommended I feel happy 1 :: 3 1= Very Happy; 2= Happy; 3= Not Happy
staich13 Integer Recommended I feel sure 1 :: 3 1= Very Sure; 2= Sure; 3= Not Sure
staich14 Integer Recommended I feel good 1 :: 3 1= Very Good; 2= Good; 3= Not Good
staich15 Integer Recommended I feel troubled 1 :: 3 1= Very Troubled; 2= Troubled; 3= Not Troubled
staich16 Integer Recommended I feel unbothered 1 :: 3 1= Very Unbothered; 2= Unbothered; 3= Not Unbothered
staich17 Integer Recommended I feel nice 1 :: 3 1= Very Nice; 2= Nice; 3= Not Nice
staich18 Integer Recommended I feel terrified 1 :: 3 1= Very Terrified; 2= Terrified; 3= Not Terrified
staich19 Integer Recommended I feel mixed up 1 :: 3 1= Very Mixed Up; 2= Mixed Up; 3= Not Mixed Up
staich20 Integer Recommended I feel cheerful 1 :: 3 1= Very Cheerful; 2= Cheerful; 3= Not Cheerful
staich01 Integer Recommended I feel calm 1 :: 3 1= Very Calm; 2= Calm; 3= Not Calm
staich02 Integer Recommended I feel upset 1 :: 3 1= Very Upset; 2= Upset; 3= Not Upset
staich03 Integer Recommended I feel pleasant 1 :: 3 1= Very Pleasant; 2= Pleasant; 3= Not Pleasant
staich04 Integer Recommended I feel nervous 1 :: 3 1= Very Nervous; 2= Nervous; 3= Not Nervous
staich05 Integer Recommended I feel jittery 1 :: 3 1= Very Jittery; 2= Jittery; 3= Not Jittery
staich06 Integer Recommended I feel rested 1 :: 3 1= Very Rested; 2= Rested; 3= Not Rested
staich07 Integer Recommended I feel scared 1 :: 3 1= Very Scared; 2= Scared; 3= Not Scared
custom_src_id String 30 Recommended Subject ID how it's defined in lab/project (used for source IDs that change depending on timepoint/visit/etc.)
qc_stai_trait_anx_num_items Integer Recommended Quality Control (QC) STAI Trait Anxiety number of items completed
qc_stai_trait_anx_num_nonresp Integer Recommended QC STAI Trait Anxiety number of non-response items
qc_stai_state_anx_num_items Integer Recommended Quality Control (QC) STAI State Anxiety number of items completed
qc_stai_state_anx_num_nonresp Integer Recommended QC STAI State Anxiety number of non-response items
time_first_click String 11 Recommended Time at first click HH:MM:SS AM/PM
time_last_click String 11 Recommended Time at last click HH:MM:SS AM/PM
time_page_submit String 11 Recommended Time at scale submission HH:MM:SS AM/PM
time_click_count Integer Recommended (Total) Number of clicks during scale completion
tot_timing Float Recommended Total timing/time to complete scale In minutes
qc_tot_num_items Integer Recommended Quality Control (QC) (total) number of items (completed)
qc_tot_num_nonresp Integer Recommended Quality Control (QC) (total) number of non-response items
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