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62710-9PhenX domain - PsychiatricTrial

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PhenX domain - Psychiatric
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Details for each LOINC in Panel

LOINC Name R/O/C Cardinality Example UCUM Units
62710-9 PhenX domain - Psychiatric
Indent62713-3 PhenX - general psychiatric assessment - child protocol 120102
Indent62712-5 PhenX - general psychiatric assessment - adult protocol 120101
Indent62715-8 PhenX - anxiety disorders screener - child protocol 120201
IndentIndent64952-5 When frightened, it is hard to breathe.
IndentIndent64953-3 I am afraid of heights.
IndentIndent64954-1 I get headaches or stomach aches when I am at school.
IndentIndent64955-8 I don't like to be with people I don't know.
IndentIndent64956-6 When I see blood, I get dizzy.
IndentIndent64957-4 I want that things are in a fixed order.
IndentIndent64958-2 I get scared when I sleep away from home.
IndentIndent64907-9 I worry about others not liking me.
IndentIndent64908-7 When frightened, I feel like passing out.
IndentIndent64909-5 I think that I will be contaminated with a serious disease.
IndentIndent64910-3 I am nervous.
IndentIndent64911-1 I follow my parents wherever they go.
IndentIndent64912-9 I have thoughts that frighten me.
IndentIndent64913-7 People tell me that I look nervous.
IndentIndent64914-5 I feel nervous with people I don't know well.
IndentIndent64915-2 I am afraid to visit the doctor.
IndentIndent64916-0 I don't like going to school.
IndentIndent64917-8 When frightened, I feel like going crazy.
IndentIndent64918-6 I worry about sleeping alone.
IndentIndent64919-4 I am afraid to visit the dentist.
IndentIndent64920-2 I worry about being as good as other kids.
IndentIndent64921-0 I am afraid of an animal that is not really dangerous.
IndentIndent64922-8 I get scared when there is thunder in the air.
IndentIndent64923-6 I do things more than twice in order to check whether I did it right.
IndentIndent64924-4 I have frightening dreams about a very aversive event I once experienced.
IndentIndent64925-1 I want things to be clean and tidy.
IndentIndent64926-9 When frightened, I feel that things are not real.
IndentIndent64927-7 I feel scared when I have to fly in an airplane.
IndentIndent64928-5 I have nightmares about my parents.
IndentIndent64929-3 I worry about going to school.
IndentIndent64930-1 I do things to get less scared of my thoughts.
IndentIndent64931-9 When frightened, my heart beats fast.
IndentIndent64932-7 I am scared when I get an injection.
IndentIndent64933-5 I am afraid to get a serious disease.
IndentIndent64934-3 I feel weak and shaky.
IndentIndent64935-0 I have nightmares about bad things happening to me.
IndentIndent64893-1 I am so scared of a harmless animal that I do not dare to touch it.
IndentIndent64894-9 I worry about things working out for me.
IndentIndent64895-6 I doubt whether I really did something.
IndentIndent64896-4 When frightened, I sweat a lot.
IndentIndent64897-2 I am a worrier.
IndentIndent64898-0 I feel scared when I watch an operation.
IndentIndent64899-8 I try not to think about a very aversive event I once experienced.
IndentIndent64900-4 I get really frightened for no reason.
IndentIndent64901-2 I am afraid to be alone at home.
IndentIndent64902-0 I get scared when I think back of a very aversive event I once experienced.
IndentIndent64903-8 I find it hard to talk with people I don't know.
IndentIndent64904-6 When frightened, I feel like I am choking.
IndentIndent64905-3 People tell me I worry too much.
IndentIndent64906-1 I don't like being away from my family.
IndentIndent64936-8 I am afraid of having anxiety attacks.
IndentIndent64937-6 I worry that bad happens to my parents.
IndentIndent64938-4 I am shy with people I don't know well.
IndentIndent64939-2 I fantasize about hurting other people.
IndentIndent64940-0 I worry about the future.
IndentIndent64941-8 When frightened, I feel like throwing up.
IndentIndent64942-6 I worry about how well I do things.
IndentIndent64943-4 I am scared to go to school.
IndentIndent64944-2 I worry about things that happened in the past.
IndentIndent64945-9 When frightened, I feel dizzy.
IndentIndent65885-6 I get scared in small, closed places
IndentIndent64947-5 I have thoughts that I prefer not to have.
IndentIndent64948-3 I am afraid of the dark.
IndentIndent64949-1 I have unbidden thoughts about a very aversive event I once experienced.
IndentIndent64950-9 I am afraid of an animal that most children do not fear.
IndentIndent64951-7 I don't like being in a hospital.
Indent62716-6 PhenX - anxiety disorders screener - adult protocol 120202
IndentIndent65886-4 Have you ever had a period lasting one month or longer when most of the time you felt worried, tense, or anxious?
IndentIndent65887-2 Did you ever have a time when you worried a lot more than most people would in your situation?
IndentIndent65530-8 What is the longest period of time that this kind of worrying has ever continued? d;wk;mo;a
IndentIndent65531-6 During that period, was your worry stronger than in other people?
IndentIndent65532-4 Did you worry most days?
IndentIndent65533-2 Did you usually worry about one particular thing, such as your job security or the failing health of a loved one, or more than one thing?
IndentIndent65534-0 Did you find it difficult to stop worrying?
IndentIndent65535-7 Did you ever have different worries on your mind at the same time?
IndentIndent65536-5 How often was your worry so strong that you couldn't put it out of your mind no matter how hard you tried?
IndentIndent65537-3 How often did you find it difficult to control your worry
IndentIndent65908-6 Other things occurring while worried or anxious [CIDI-SF] 1..6
IndentIndent65909-4 When you were worried or anxious did this thing also occur [CIDI-SF]
IndentIndent65499-6 Did you ever tell a professional about these problems (medical doctor, psychologist, social worker, counselor, nurse, clergy, or other helping professional)?
IndentIndent65538-1 Did you take medication or use drugs or alcohol more than once for the worry or the problems it was causing?
IndentIndent65539-9 How much did the worry or anxiety interfere with your life or activities?
IndentIndent65910-2 Specific things you have an unreasonable fear about or avoid [CIDI-SF] 1..4
IndentIndent65911-0 Do you have an unreasonably strong fear or avoid this specific thing [CIDI-SF]
IndentIndent65540-7 How often do you get upset when you are in that situation?
IndentIndent65526-6 How long have you had any of these fears?
IndentIndent65541-5 How long have you had any of these fears? mo
IndentIndent65542-3 How much have any of these fears ever interfered with your life or activities?
IndentIndent65543-1 Have you ever been very upset with yourself for having any of these fears?
IndentIndent65424-4 Is your fear unreasonable - that is, much stronger than it should be?
IndentIndent65425-1 Is your fear much stronger than in other people?
IndentIndent65914-4 Social phobias [CIDI-SF] 1..6
IndentIndent65915-1 Do you have an unreasonably strong fear or avoid this social situation [CIDI-SF]
IndentIndent65540-7 How often do you get upset when you are in that situation?
IndentIndent65526-6 How long have you had any of these fears?
IndentIndent65542-3 How much have any of these fears ever interfered with your life or activities?
IndentIndent65543-1 Have you ever been very upset with yourself for having any of these fears?
IndentIndent65424-4 Is your fear unreasonable - that is, much stronger than it should be?
IndentIndent65425-1 Is your fear much stronger than in other people?
IndentIndent65912-8 Agoraphobias [CIDI-SF] 1..5
IndentIndent65913-6 Do you have an unreasonably strong fear for or avoid this situation [CIDI-SF]
IndentIndent65540-7 How often do you get upset when you are in that situation?
IndentIndent65526-6 How long have you had any of these fears?
IndentIndent65426-9 Were you ever afraid that you might faint, lose control, or embarrass yourself in other ways?
IndentIndent65427-7 Do you worry that you might be trapped without any way to escape?
IndentIndent65429-3 Do you worry that help might not be available if you needed it?
IndentIndent65542-3 How much have any of these fears ever interfered with your life or activities?
IndentIndent65431-9 About how many attacks have you had in your life? {#}
IndentIndent65432-7 Did you ever have a spell or an attack when all of a sudden you felt frightened, anxious, or very uneasy?
IndentIndent65430-1 Did any of these attacks occur when you were not in a life-threatening situation?
IndentIndent65428-5 Did any of these attacks occur when you were in a life-threatening situation?
IndentIndent65831-0 How long ago did you have the most recent attack? mo
IndentIndent65832-8 Did some of your attacks happen in a situation when you were not in danger or not the center of attention?
IndentIndent65635-5 When you have sudden anxiety attacks, do they usually occur in specific situations that cause you unreasonably strong fear?
IndentIndent65433-5 Did you ever have an attack when you were not in a situation that usually causes you to have unreasonably strong fears?
IndentIndent65888-0 Things accompanying a panic attack [CIDI-SF] 1..5
IndentIndent65889-8 When you have panic attacks do you experience this thing [CIDI-SF]
Indent62718-2 PhenX - obsessive compulsive disorder screener protocol 120301
IndentIndent65435-0 Have you ever been bothered by having certain unpleasant thoughts of your own that kept entering your mind against your wishes?
IndentIndent65436-8 Have you ever had any unpleasant and persistent thoughts like that?
IndentIndent65437-6 Did some of these thoughts seem to you to be unreasonable?
IndentIndent65438-4 Did these thoughts keep coming back again and again into your mind no matter how hard you tried to resist, ignore, or get rid of them?
IndentIndent65439-2 Did you ever tell a doctor about these thoughts?
IndentIndent65440-0 Did thinking about these ideas interfere with your life or work, or cause you difficulty with your relatives or friends, or upset you a great deal?
IndentIndent65441-8 Have you ever had to do something like that over and over?
IndentIndent65442-6 Did you have a period when you had to say certain words over and over, either aloud or to yourself?
IndentIndent65443-4 Has there been a period of several weeks when you felt you had to count something, like the squares in a tile floor, and couldn't resist doing it even when you tried to?
IndentIndent65444-2 Did you have a period when you had to say certain words over and over, either aloud or to yourself?
IndentIndent65445-9 Did you think that these actions were unnecessary or that you overdid it?
IndentIndent65446-7 Did you tell a doctor about having to do these things?
IndentIndent65447-5 Did having to do these things interfere with your life or work, or cause you difficulty with your relatives or friends, or upset you a great deal?
Indent62720-8 PhenX - hypomania - mania symptoms - child protocol 120401
IndentIndent65448-3 Has your child experienced periods of several days or more when, although he/she was feeling unusually happy and intensely energetic (clearly more than your child's usual self), he/she was also physically restless, unable to sit still, and had to keep moving or jumping from one activity to another?
IndentIndent65449-1 Have there been periods of several days or more when your child's friends or other family members told you that your child seemed unusually happy or high - clearly different from his/her usual self or from a typical good mood?
IndentIndent65450-9 Has your child's mood or energy shifted rapidly back and forth from happy to sad or high to low?
IndentIndent65451-7 Has your child had periods of extreme happiness and intense energy lasting several days or more when he/she also felt much more anxious or tense (jittery, nervous, uptight) than usual (other than related to the menstrual cycle)?
IndentIndent65452-5 Have there been times of several days or more when, although your child was feeling unusually happy and intensely energetic (clearly more than his/her usual self), he/she also had to struggle very hard to control inner feelings of rage or an urge to smash or destroy things?
IndentIndent65453-3 Has your child had periods of extreme happiness and intense energy (clearly more than his/her usual self) when, for several days or more, it took him/her over an hour to get to sleep at night?
IndentIndent65454-1 Have you found that your child's feelings or energy are generally up or down, but rarely in the middle?
IndentIndent65455-8 Has your child had periods lasting several days or more when he/she felt depressed or irritable, and then other periods of several days or more when he/she felt extremely high, elated, and overflowing with energy?
IndentIndent65456-6 Have there been periods when, although your child was feeling unusually happy and intensely energetic, almost everything got on his/her nerves and made him/her irritable or angry (other than related to the menstrual cycle)?
Indent62721-6 PhenX - hypomania - mania symptoms - adult protocol 120402
IndentIndent65457-4 First of all, how are you feeling today compared to your usual state:
IndentIndent65458-2 Compared to other people my level of activity, energy and mood...
IndentIndent65918-5 High state behavior or feelings [HCL-32] 1..30
IndentIndent65919-3 In a high state I have this behavior or feeling [HCL-32]
IndentIndent65916-9 Aspects of your life [HCL-32]
IndentIndent65917-7 Impact of your highs on this aspect of your life [HCL-32]
IndentIndent65459-0 How did people close to you react to or comment on your "highs"
IndentIndent65460-8 Length of your "highs" as a rule (on the average): h
IndentIndent65461-6 Have you experienced such "highs" in the past twelve months?
IndentIndent65462-4 If yes, please estimate how many days you spent in "highs" during the last twelve months: d/(12.mo)
Indent62723-2 PhenX - depression - child protocol 120501
IndentIndent65463-2 I was bothered by things that usually don't bother me.
IndentIndent65464-0 I did not feel like eating, I wasn't very hungry.
IndentIndent65465-7 I wasn't able to feel happy, even when my family or friends tried to help me feel better.
IndentIndent65466-5 I felt like I was just as good as other kids.
IndentIndent65467-3 I felt like I couldn't pay attention to what I was doing.
IndentIndent65468-1 I felt down and unhappy.
IndentIndent65469-9 I felt like I was too tired to do things.
IndentIndent65470-7 I felt like something good was going to happen.
IndentIndent65471-5 I felt like things I did before didn't work out right.
IndentIndent65472-3 I felt scared.
IndentIndent65473-1 I didn't sleep as well as I usually sleep.
IndentIndent65474-9 I was happy.
IndentIndent65475-6 I was more quiet than usual.
IndentIndent65476-4 I felt lonely, like I didn't have any friends.
IndentIndent65477-2 I felt like kids I know were not friendly or that they didn't want to be with me.
IndentIndent65478-0 I had a good time.
IndentIndent65479-8 I felt like crying.
IndentIndent65480-6 I felt sad.
IndentIndent65481-4 I felt people didn't like me.
IndentIndent65482-2 It was hard to get started doing things.
Indent62724-0 PhenX - depression - adult protocol 120502
IndentIndent65483-0 Have you ever had a time in your life when you felt sad, blue, or depressed for two weeks or more in a row?
IndentIndent65484-8 Have you ever had a time in your life lasting two weeks or more when you lost interest in most things like hobbies, work, or activities that usually give you pleasure?
IndentIndent65485-5 How much of the day did these feeling usually last?
IndentIndent65486-3 Did you feel this way:
IndentIndent65487-1 Did you feel more tired out or low on energy than is usual for you?
IndentIndent65488-9 Did you gain or lose weight without trying, or did you stay about the same weight?
IndentIndent65489-7 About how much weight did you gain? [lb_av]
IndentIndent65490-5 About how much weight did you lose? [lb_av]
IndentIndent66330-2 About how much weight did you gain and lose? [lb_av]
IndentIndent65491-3 Did you have more trouble falling asleep than you usually do?
IndentIndent66088-6 How often did that happen?
IndentIndent65492-1 Did you have a lot more trouble concentrating than usual?
IndentIndent65493-9 People sometimes feel down on themselves, no good, or worthless. Did you feel this way?
IndentIndent65494-7 Did you think a lot about death - either your own, someone else's, or death in general?
IndentIndent65495-4 About how many weeks altogether did you feel this way? The total period of depression/loss of interest was: {#}/wk
IndentIndent65496-2 How many periods like this did you have in your life, lasting two or more weeks? {#}
IndentIndent65497-0 About how old were you the FIRST time you had a period of two weeks like this? (Whether or not you received any help for it.) a
IndentIndent65498-8 About how old were you the LAST time you had a period of two weeks like this? (Whether or not you received any help for it.) a
IndentIndent65499-6 Did you ever tell a professional about these problems (medical doctor, psychologist, social worker, counselor, nurse, clergy, or other helping professional)?
IndentIndent65500-1 Did you take medication or use drugs or alcohol more than once for these problems?
IndentIndent65501-9 How much did these problems interfere with your life or activities:
IndentIndent65502-7 Please indicate the one response to each item that best describes you for the past seven days. Falling Asleep:
IndentIndent65503-5 Please indicate the one response to each item that best describes you for the past seven days. Sleep During the Night:
IndentIndent65504-3 Please indicate the one response to each item that best describes you for the past seven days. Waking Up Too Early:
IndentIndent65505-0 Please indicate the one response to each item that best describes you for the past seven days. Sleeping Too Much:
IndentIndent65506-8 Please indicate the one response to each item that best describes you for the past seven days. Feeling Sad:
IndentIndent65507-6 Please indicate the one response to each item that best describes you for the past seven days. Decreased Appetite:
IndentIndent65508-4 Please indicate the one response to each item that best describes you for the past seven days. Increased Appetite:
IndentIndent65509-2 Decreased Weight (Within the Last Two Weeks):
IndentIndent65510-0 Increased Weight (Within the Last Two Weeks):
IndentIndent65511-8 Please indicate the one response to each item that best describes you for the past seven days. Concentration/Decision Making:
IndentIndent65512-6 Please indicate the one response to each item that best describes you for the past seven days. View of Myself:
IndentIndent65513-4 Please indicate the one response to each item that best describes you for the past seven days. Thoughts of Death or Suicide:
IndentIndent65514-2 Please indicate the one response to each item that best describes you for the past seven days. General Interest:
IndentIndent65515-9 Please indicate the one response to each item that best describes you for the past seven days. Energy Level:
IndentIndent65516-7 Please indicate the one response to each item that best describes you for the past seven days. Feeling Slowed Down:
IndentIndent65517-5 Please indicate the one response to each item that best describes you for the past seven days. Restless:
Indent62726-5 PhenX - eating disorders screener protocol 120601
IndentIndent65518-3 Have you felt fat?
IndentIndent65519-1 Have you had a definite fear that you might gain weight or become fat?
IndentIndent65520-9 Has your weight influenced how you think about (judge) yourself as a person?
IndentIndent65521-7 Has you shape influenced how you think about (judge) yourself as a person?
IndentIndent65522-5 During the past 6 months have there been times when you felt you have eaten what other people would regard as an unusually large amount of food (e.g. a quart of ice cream) given the circumstances?
IndentIndent65523-3 During the times when you ate an unusually large amount of food, did you experience a loss of control (feel you couldn't stop eating or control what or how much you were eating)?
IndentIndent65524-1 How many DAYS per week on average over the past 6 MONTHS have you eaten an unusually large amount of food and experienced a loss of control? d/wk
IndentIndent65525-8 How many TIMES per week on average over the past 3 MONTHS have you eaten an unusually large amount of food and experienced a loss of control? {#}/wk
IndentIndent65920-1 Eat much more rapidly than normal?
IndentIndent65921-9 Eat until you felt uncomfortably full?
IndentIndent65922-7 Eat large amounts of food when you didn't feel physically hungry?
IndentIndent65923-5 Eat alone because you were embarrassed by how much you were eating?
IndentIndent65924-3 Feel disgusted with yourself, depressed or very guilty after overeating?
IndentIndent65925-0 Feel very upset about your uncontrollable overeating or resulting weight gain?
IndentIndent65926-8 How many times per week on average over the past 3 months have you made yourself vomit to prevent weight gain or counteract the effects of eating? {#}/wk
IndentIndent65927-6 How many times per week on average over the past 3 months have you used laxatives or diuretics to prevent weight gain or counteract the effects of eating? {#}/wk
IndentIndent65928-4 How many times per week on average over the past 3 months have you fasted (skipped at least 2 meals in a row) to prevent weight gain or counteract the effects of eating? {#}/wk
IndentIndent65929-2 How many times per week on average over the past 3 months have you engaged in excessive exercise specifically to counteract the effects of overeating episodes? {#}/wk
IndentIndent29463-7 Body weight O kg
IndentIndent8308-9 Body height --standing [in_us];cm
IndentIndent65930-0 Over the past 3 months, how many menstrual periods have you missed? {#}/(3.mo)
IndentIndent65931-8 Have you been taking birth control pills during the past 3 months?
Indent62736-4 PhenX - schizophrenia protocol 120701
IndentIndent65932-6 Source of rating (OPCRIT 1)
IndentIndent30525-0 Age R a
IndentIndent66033-2 Marital status PhenX
IndentIndent65934-2 Age of first psychiatric problems [DI-PAD] a
IndentIndent65935-9 Onset psychiatric illness [DI-PAD]
IndentIndent65936-7 Age and mode of onset notes [DI-PAD]
IndentIndent65937-5 Psychological stressor prior to onset of first episode [DI-PAD]
IndentIndent65938-3 Psychological stressor notes [Text] [DI-PAD]
IndentIndent65939-1 Employment status at onset of illness [DI-PAD]
IndentIndent65940-9 Premorbid work adjustment [DI-PAD]
IndentIndent65941-7 Premorbid social adjustment [DI-PAD]
IndentIndent65942-5 Premorbid adjustment notes [Text] [DI-PAD]
IndentIndent65943-3 Coarse brain disorder prior to onset [DI-PAD]
IndentIndent65944-1 Coarse brain disorder notes [Text] [DI-PAD]
IndentIndent65945-8 Family history of Schizophrenia [DI-PAD]
IndentIndent65946-6 Family history of Other psychiatric disorders [DI-PAD]
IndentIndent65947-4 Family history notes [Text] [DI-PAD]
IndentIndent65948-2 Dysphoria - depression [DI-PAD]
IndentIndent65949-0 Dysphoria - irritable impatient [DI-PAD]
IndentIndent65950-8 Dysphoria notes [Text] [DI-PAD]
IndentIndent65951-6 Anhedonia [DI-PAD]
IndentIndent65952-4 Anhedonia notes [Text] [DI-PAD]
IndentIndent65953-2 Loss of energy or fatigue [DI-PAD]
IndentIndent65954-0 Slowed activity [DI-PAD]
IndentIndent65955-7 Impaired concentration [DI-PAD]
IndentIndent65956-5 Altered libido [DI-PAD]
IndentIndent65957-3 Excessive self reproach [DI-PAD]
IndentIndent65958-1 Depressive symptom notes [Text] [DI-PAD]
IndentIndent65959-9 Suicidality [DI-PAD]
IndentIndent65960-7 Suicidality notes [Text] [DI-PAD]
IndentIndent65961-5 Decreased appetite [DI-PAD]
IndentIndent65962-3 Weight loss [DI-PAD]
IndentIndent65963-1 Increased appetite [DI-PAD]
IndentIndent65964-9 Weight gain [DI-PAD]
IndentIndent65965-6 Initial insomnia [DI-PAD]
IndentIndent65966-4 Middle insomnia [DI-PAD]
IndentIndent65967-2 Terminal insomnia [DI-PAD]
IndentIndent65968-0 How many hours do you normally sleep [DI-PAD] h
IndentIndent65969-8 How many hours were you sleeping then [DI-PAD] h
IndentIndent65970-6 Excessive sleep [DI-PAD]
IndentIndent65971-4 Diurnal variation of depression [DI-PAD]
IndentIndent65972-2 Appetite or sleep change notes [Text] [DI-PAD]
IndentIndent65973-0 Elevated mood [DI-PAD]
IndentIndent65974-8 Irritable mood [DI-PAD]
IndentIndent65975-5 Elevated or irritable mood notes [Text] [DI-PAD]
IndentIndent65976-3 Pressured speech [DI-PAD]
IndentIndent65977-1 Racing thoughts [DI-PAD]
IndentIndent65978-9 Distractibility [DI-PAD]
IndentIndent65979-7 Reduced need for sleep [DI-PAD]
IndentIndent65980-5 Excessive activity [DI-PAD]
IndentIndent65981-3 Reckless activity [DI-PAD]
IndentIndent65982-1 Increased sociability [DI-PAD]
IndentIndent65983-9 Increased self-esteem [DI-PAD]
IndentIndent65984-7 Hypomanic or manic symptom notes [Text] [DI-PAD]
IndentIndent65985-4 Hallucinations in any modality [DI-PAD]
IndentIndent65986-2 Any modality hallucinations notes [Text] [DI-PAD]
IndentIndent65987-0 Neutral voices or non-verbal hallucinations [DI-PAD]
IndentIndent65988-8 Command, accusatory, abusive or persecusatory voices [DI-PAD]
IndentIndent65989-6 Running commentary [DI-PAD]
IndentIndent65990-4 Third person auditory hallucinations [DI-PAD]
IndentIndent65991-2 Hallucination notes [Text] [DI-PAD]
IndentIndent65992-0 Thought insertion [DI-PAD]
IndentIndent65993-8 Thought broadcast [DI-PAD]
IndentIndent65994-6 Thought withdrawal [DI-PAD]
IndentIndent65995-3 Thought echo [DI-PAD]
IndentIndent65996-1 Subjective thought disturbance notes [Text] [DI-PAD]
IndentIndent65997-9 Delusion screen [DI-PAD]
IndentIndent65998-7 Delusions of guilt [DI-PAD]
IndentIndent65999-5 Delusions of poverty [DI-PAD]
IndentIndent66000-1 Nihilistic delusions [DI-PAD]
IndentIndent66001-9 Delusions of passivity [DI-PAD]
IndentIndent66002-7 Delusions of influence [DI-PAD]
IndentIndent66003-5 Persecutory delusions [DI-PAD]
IndentIndent66004-3 Grandiose delusions [DI-PAD]
IndentIndent66005-0 Delusional moods [DI-PAD]
IndentIndent66006-8 Primary delusional ideas [DI-PAD]
IndentIndent66007-6 Bizarre delusions [DI-PAD]
IndentIndent66008-4 Delusion notes [Text] [DI-PAD]
IndentIndent66009-2 Insight into illness [DI-PAD]
IndentIndent66010-0 Relationship between psychotic and affective symptoms [DI-PAD]
IndentIndent66011-8 Insight or relationship between psychotic and affective symptom notes [Text] [DI-PAD]
IndentIndent66012-6 Psychotic symptoms respond to antipsychotic medications [DI-PAD]
IndentIndent66013-4 Well organized delusions [DI-PAD]
IndentIndent66014-2 Widespread delusions [DI-PAD]
IndentIndent66015-9 Delusions and hallucinations last for one week [DI-PAD]
IndentIndent66016-7 Persecutory or jealous delusions and hallucinations [DI-PAD]
IndentIndent66017-5 Illness duration [DI-PAD] d;wk;mo;a
IndentIndent66018-3 Impairment or incapacity [DI-PAD]
IndentIndent66019-1 Deterioration from premorbid level of functioning [DI-PAD]
IndentIndent66020-9 Course of disorder
IndentIndent66021-7 Rapport [DI-PAD]
IndentIndent66022-5 Credibility of information [DI-PAD]
IndentIndent66023-3 Catatonia [DI-PAD]
IndentIndent66024-1 Bizarre behavior [DI-PAD]
IndentIndent66025-8 Agitated activity [DI-PAD]
IndentIndent66026-6 Restricted affect [DI-PAD]
IndentIndent66027-4 Blunted affect [DI-PAD]
IndentIndent66028-2 Inappropriate affect [DI-PAD]
IndentIndent66029-0 Speech difficult to understand [DI-PAD]
IndentIndent66030-8 Speech incoherent [DI-PAD]
IndentIndent66031-6 Positive formal thought disorder [DI-PAD]
IndentIndent66032-4 Negative formal thought disorder [DI-PAD]
Indent62738-0 PhenX - symptoms of autism spectrum disorders - adult protocol 120901
IndentIndent65001-0 I prefer to do things with others rather than on my own.
IndentIndent65002-8 I prefer to do things the same way over and over again.
IndentIndent65003-6 If I try to imagine something I find it very easy to create a picture in my mind.
IndentIndent65004-4 I frequently get so strongly absorbed in one thing that I lose sight of other things.
IndentIndent65005-1 I often notice small sounds when others do not.
IndentIndent65006-9 I usually notice car number plates or similar strings of information.
IndentIndent65007-7 Other people frequently tell me that what I've said is impolite even though I think it is polite.
IndentIndent65008-5 When I'm reading a story I can easily imagine what the characters might look like.
IndentIndent65009-3 I am fascinated by dates.
IndentIndent65010-1 In a social group can easily keep track of several different people's conversations.
IndentIndent65011-9 I find social situations easy.
IndentIndent65012-7 I tend to notice details that others do not.
IndentIndent65013-5 I would rather go to a library than a party.
IndentIndent65014-3 I find making up stories easy.
IndentIndent65015-0 I find myself drawn more strongly to people than to things.
IndentIndent65016-8 I tend to have very strong interests which I get upset about if I can't pursue.
IndentIndent65017-6 I enjoy social chit-chat.
IndentIndent65018-4 When I talk, it isn't always easy for others to get a word in edgeways.
IndentIndent65019-2 I am fascinated by numbers.
IndentIndent65020-0 When I'm reading a story I find it difficult to work out the characters intentions.
IndentIndent65021-8 I don't particularly enjoy reading fiction.
IndentIndent65022-6 I find it hard to make new friends.
IndentIndent65023-4 I notice patterns in things all the time.
IndentIndent65024-2 I would rather go to the theatre than a museum.
IndentIndent65025-9 It does not upset me if my daily routine is disturbed.
IndentIndent65026-7 I frequently find that I don't know how to keep a conversation going.
IndentIndent65027-5 I find it easy to read between the lines when someone is talking to me.
IndentIndent65028-3 I usually concentrate more on the whole picture rather than the small details.
IndentIndent65029-1 I am not very good at remembering phone numbers.
IndentIndent65030-9 I don't usually notice small changes in a situation or a person's appearance.
IndentIndent65031-7 I know how to tell if someone listening to me is getting bored.
IndentIndent65032-5 I find it easy to do more than one thing at once.
IndentIndent65033-3 When I talk on the phone I'm not sure when its my turn to speak.
IndentIndent65034-1 I enjoy doing things spontaneously.
IndentIndent65035-8 I am often the last to understand the point of a joke.
IndentIndent65036-6 I find it easy to work out what someone is thinking or feeling just by looking at their face.
IndentIndent65037-4 If there is an interruption I can switch back to what I was doing very quickly.
IndentIndent65038-2 I am good at social chit-chat.
IndentIndent65039-0 People often tell me that I keep going on and on about the same thing.
IndentIndent65040-8 When I was young I used to enjoy playing games involving pretending with other children.
IndentIndent65041-6 I like to collect information about categories of things - types of car, types of bird, types of train, types of plant, etc.
IndentIndent65042-4 I find it difficult to imagine what it would be like to be someone else.
IndentIndent65043-2 I like to plan any activities I participate in carefully.
IndentIndent65044-0 I enjoy social occasions.
IndentIndent65045-7 I find it difficult to work out peoples intentions.
IndentIndent65046-5 New situations make me anxious.
IndentIndent65047-3 I enjoy meeting new people.
IndentIndent65048-1 I am a good diplomat.
IndentIndent65049-9 I am not very good at remembering peoples date of birth.
IndentIndent65050-7 I find it very easy to play games with children that involve pretending.
Indent62739-8 PhenX - symptoms of autism spectrum disorders - adolescent protocol 120902
IndentIndent65051-5 Your child prefers to do things with others rather than on his or her own.
IndentIndent65052-3 Your child prefers to do things the same way over and over again.
IndentIndent65053-1 If your child tries to imagine something, your child finds it very easy to create a picture in his or her mind.
IndentIndent65054-9 Your child frequently gets so strongly absorbed in one thing that your child loses sight of other things.
IndentIndent65055-6 Your child often notices small sounds when others do not.
IndentIndent65056-4 Your child usually notices car number plates or similar strings of information.
IndentIndent65057-2 Other people frequently tell him or her that what your child has said is impolite, even though your child thinks it is polite.
IndentIndent65058-0 When your child is reading a story, your child can easily imagine what the characters might look like.
IndentIndent65059-8 Your child is fascinated by dates.
IndentIndent65060-6 In a social group, your child can easily keep track of several different peoples conversations.
IndentIndent65061-4 Your child finds social situations easy.
IndentIndent65062-2 Your child tends to notice details that others do not.
IndentIndent65063-0 Your child would rather go to a library than a party.
IndentIndent65064-8 Your child finds making up stories easy.
IndentIndent65065-5 Your child finds him or herself drawn more strongly to people than to things.
IndentIndent65066-3 Your child tends to have very strong interests, which your child gets upset about if your child can't pursue.
IndentIndent65067-1 Your child enjoys social chit-chat.
IndentIndent65068-9 When your child talks, it isn't always easy for others to get a word in edgeways.
IndentIndent65069-7 Your child is fascinated by numbers.
IndentIndent65070-5 When your child is reading a story, your child finds it difficult to work out the characters' intentions.
IndentIndent65071-3 Your child doesn't particularly enjoy reading fiction.
IndentIndent65072-1 Your child finds it hard to make new friends.
IndentIndent65073-9 Your child notices patterns in things all the time.
IndentIndent65074-7 Your child would rather go to the theatre than a museum.
IndentIndent65075-4 It does not upset your child if the daily routine is disturbed.
IndentIndent65076-2 Your child frequently finds that he or she doesn't know how to keep a conversation going.
IndentIndent65077-0 Your child finds it easy to read between the lines when someone is talking to her or him.
IndentIndent65078-8 Your child usually concentrates more on the whole picture, rather than the small details.
IndentIndent65079-6 Your child is not very good at remembering phone numbers.
IndentIndent65080-4 Your child doesn't usually notice small changes in a situation, or a person's appearance.
IndentIndent65081-2 Your child knows how to tell if someone listening to them is getting bored.
IndentIndent65082-0 Your child finds it easy to do more than one thing at once.
IndentIndent65083-8 When your child talks on the phone, he or she is not sure when its their turn to speak.
IndentIndent65084-6 Your child enjoys doing things spontaneously.
IndentIndent65085-3 Your child is often the last to understand the point of a joke.
IndentIndent65086-1 Your child finds it easy to work out what someone is thinking or feeling just by looking at their face.
IndentIndent65087-9 If there is an interruption, your child can switch back to what he or she was doing very quickly.
IndentIndent65088-7 Your child is good at social chit-chat.
IndentIndent65089-5 People often tell them that your child keeps going on and on about the same thing.
IndentIndent65090-3 When your child was younger, he or she used to enjoy playing games involving pretending with other children.
IndentIndent65091-1 Your child likes to collect information about categories of things, types of car, types of bird, types of train, types of plant, etc.
IndentIndent65092-9 Your child finds it difficult to imagine what it would be like to be someone else.
IndentIndent65093-7 Your child likes to plan any activities he or she participates in carefully.
IndentIndent65094-5 Your child enjoys social occasions.
IndentIndent65095-2 Your child finds it difficult to work out peoples intentions.
IndentIndent65096-0 New situations make your child anxious.
IndentIndent65097-8 Your child enjoys meeting new people.
IndentIndent65098-6 Your child is a good diplomat.
IndentIndent65099-4 Your child is not very good at remembering peoples date of birth.
Indent62740-6 PhenX - symptoms of autism spectrum disorders - child protocol 120903
IndentIndent65100-0 Does your child join in playing games with other children easily.
IndentIndent65101-8 Does s/he come up to you spontaneously for a chat?
IndentIndent65102-6 Was s/he speaking by 2 years old?
IndentIndent65103-4 Does your child enjoy sports.
IndentIndent65104-2 Is it important to him/her to fit in with the peer group?
IndentIndent65105-9 Does s/he appear to notice unusual details that others miss?
IndentIndent65106-7 Does s/he tend to take things literally?
IndentIndent65107-5 When s/he was 3 years old, did s/he spend a lot of time pretending (e.g., play-acting being a superhero, or holding teddy's tea parties)?
IndentIndent65108-3 Does s/he like to do things over and over again, in the same way all the time?
IndentIndent65109-1 Does s/he find it easy to interact with other children?
IndentIndent65110-9 Can s/he keep a two-way conversation going?
IndentIndent65111-7 Can s/he read appropriately for his/her age?
IndentIndent65112-5 Does s/he mostly have the same interests as his/her peers?
IndentIndent65113-3 Does s/he have an interest which takes up so much time that s/he does little else?
IndentIndent65114-1 Does s/he have friends, rather than just acquaintances?
IndentIndent65115-8 Does s/he often bring you things s/he is interested in to show you?
IndentIndent65116-6 Does s/he enjoy joking around?
IndentIndent65117-4 Does s/he have difficulty understanding the rules for polite behavior?
IndentIndent65118-2 Does s/he appear to have an unusual memory for details?
IndentIndent65119-0 Is his/her voice unusual (e.g., overly adult, flat, or very monotonous)?
IndentIndent65120-8 Are people important to him/her?
IndentIndent65121-6 Can s/he dress him/herself?
IndentIndent65122-4 Is s/he good at turn-taking in conversation?
IndentIndent65123-2 Does s/he play imaginatively with other children, and engage in role-play?
IndentIndent65124-0 Does s/he often do or say things that are tactless or socially inappropriate?
IndentIndent65125-7 Can s/he count to 50 without leaving out any numbers?
IndentIndent65126-5 Does s/he make normal eye-contact?
IndentIndent65127-3 Does s/he have any unusual and repetitive movements?
IndentIndent65128-1 Is his/her social behavior very one-sided and always on his/her own terms?
IndentIndent65129-9 Does s/he sometimes say "you" or "s/he" when s/he means "I"?
IndentIndent65130-7 Does s/he prefer imaginative activities such as play-acting or story-telling, rather than numbers or lists of facts?
IndentIndent65131-5 Does s/he sometimes lose the listener because of not explaining what s/he is talking about?
IndentIndent65132-3 Can s/he ride a bicycle (even if with stabilizers)?
IndentIndent65133-1 Does s/he try to impose routines on himself/herself, or on others, in such a way that it causes problems?
IndentIndent65134-9 Does s/he care how s/he is perceived by the rest of the group?
IndentIndent65135-6 Does s/he often turn conversations to his/her favorite subject rather than following what the other person wants to talk about?
IndentIndent65136-4 Does s/he have odd or unusual phrases?
IndentIndent65137-2 Have teachers/health visitors ever expressed any concerns about his/her development?
IndentIndent65139-8 Have teachers/health visitors ever expressed any concerns about his/her development? If yes, please specify
IndentIndent65140-6 Has s/he ever been diagnosed with any of the following?: Language delay
IndentIndent65141-4 Has s/he ever been diagnosed with any of the following?: Hyperactivity/Attention Deficit Disorder (ADHD)
IndentIndent65142-2 Has s/he ever been diagnosed with any of the following?: Hearing or visual difficulties
IndentIndent65143-0 Has s/he ever been diagnosed with any of the following?: Autism Spectrum Condition, including Asperger's Syndrome
IndentIndent65144-8 Has s/he ever been diagnosed with any of the following?: A physical disability
Indent62742-2 PhenX - sleep disorders screener protocol 121001
IndentIndent65547-2 Do you normally work (or attend school) during the day and sleep at night?
IndentIndent65548-0 What is your normal work (or school) and sleep schedule?
IndentIndent65549-8 What is your normal work (or school) and sleep schedule? Other, Describe
IndentIndent65550-6 What shift schedule do you most often work?
IndentIndent65933-4 Day [PhenX]
IndentIndent65551-4 At what time do you usually go to bed?
IndentIndent65552-2 About how many M does it usually take for you to fall asleep? min
IndentIndent65554-8 How long does it take for you to become fully awake from regular sleep (i.e., after first opening your eyes in the morning)? {hh:min}
IndentIndent65555-5 Do you use an alarm clock to wake up in the morning?
IndentIndent65556-3 Do you have great difficulty waking up in the morning
IndentIndent65557-1 Do you often have so much trouble waking up that an alarm clock won't wake you and you have to use other methods to wake up?
IndentIndent65558-9 Describe
IndentIndent65559-7 When you wake up in the morning or from a nap, do you feel "out of it" and confused?
IndentIndent65560-5 How long does it take for you to fully awaken? {hh:min}
IndentIndent65561-3 How much sleep do you usually get on a typical night? {hh:min}/{night}
IndentIndent65562-1 Do you usually follow the same sleep schedule (i.e., no more than a 1 hour difference in sleep and wake times) on both work/school and non-work/school days? (or school days and weekends)
IndentIndent65563-9 How many hours of sleep per night do you think you need to feel fully rested the next day? h/{night}
IndentIndent65585-2 When you do not have to maintain a strict schedule (i.e. not dictated by strict work or school schedules, as while on vacation or not working):..are these usual sleep and wake times always about the same (i.e. each day during a week of vacation)?
IndentIndent65564-7 Do you feel awake and refreshed after sleeping?
IndentIndent65566-2 How often do you take naps?
IndentIndent65567-0 At what time(s) of the day do you usually take naps?
IndentIndent65568-8 How many hours and minutes of sleep do you usually get when you take a nap? {hh:min}
IndentIndent65569-6 Do you have great difficulty waking up from naps?
IndentIndent65570-4 How often do you dream when you nap?
IndentIndent65571-2 Are these dreams very intense, detailed and vivid, like watching a movie?
IndentIndent65572-0 How difficult is it for you to adapt to a sleep loss of 3 hours or more (i.e. sleeping 3 or more hours less than you normally do the night before)?
IndentIndent65564-7 Do you feel awake and refreshed after sleeping?
IndentIndent65573-8 Does this loss of sleep affect you the next day with respect to ...your mood (being sadder or happier)?
IndentIndent65578-7 Does this loss of sleep affect you the next day with respect to...your mood (being sadder or happier)? (If yes, How?)
IndentIndent65631-4 Does this loss of sleep affect you the next day with respect to ...your tendency to be irritable?
IndentIndent65674-4 Does this loss of sleep affect you the next day with respect to ...your tendency to be irritable? (If yes, How?)
IndentIndent65675-1 Does this loss of sleep affect you the next day with respect to...your ability to get your work done?
IndentIndent65676-9 Does this loss of sleep affect you the next day with respect to...your ability to get your work done? (If yes, How?)
IndentIndent65677-7 Does this loss of sleep affect you the next day with respect to...how much you eat?
IndentIndent65678-5 Does this loss of sleep affect you the next day with respect to ...how much you eat? (If yes, How?)
IndentIndent65679-3 Does this loss of sleep affect you the next day with respect to...your desire for chocolate or sweets?
IndentIndent65680-1 Does this loss of sleep affect you the next day with respect to ...your desire for chocolate or sweets? (If yes, How?)
IndentIndent65574-6 Does this loss of sleep affect you the next day with respect to...your mood (being sadder or happier)? (If yes, How?) d;wk;mo;a
IndentIndent65575-3 Do you prefer to keep a regular sleep schedule (i.e. one that does not change much from one night to the next)?
IndentIndent65576-1 If you do not keep your regular sleep schedule, how much do you feel ""off"" (i.e. not your regular self), the next day?
IndentIndent65577-9 When you are traveling EAST by air and you cross over several time zones, how quickly do you return to your usual sleeping pattern d
IndentIndent65579-5 What about when you are traveling WEST by air over several time zones?
IndentIndent65580-3 Do you consider yourself to be a morning person ("early bird"), an evening person ("night owl"), or neither?
IndentIndent65581-1 How strong is your preference?
IndentIndent65582-9 INTERVIEWER: Does respondent consistently fall asleep very late (i.e., 12 a.m. or later) at night AND characterize him/herself as a "night owl" with a "strong preference"?
IndentIndent65583-7 When you do not have to maintain a strict schedule (i.e. not dictated by strict work or school schedules, as while on vacation or not working): ...at what time do you usually go to sleep (i.e. feel sleepy and ready to go to bed)?
IndentIndent65553-0 At what time do you usually wake up?
IndentIndent65585-2 When you do not have to maintain a strict schedule (i.e. not dictated by strict work or school schedules, as while on vacation or not working):..are these usual sleep and wake times always about the same (i.e. each day during a week of vacation)?
IndentIndent65586-0 When you do not have to maintain a strict schedule (i.e. not dictated by strict work or school schedules, as while on vacation or not working): ...do you wake up on your own (i.e., without an alarm or other assistance)?
IndentIndent65587-8 Have you ever tried to force yourself to fall asleep at an (earlier) time than your usual bedtime?
IndentIndent65565-4 How often do you remember your dreams? That is, dreams that occur during your regular sleep and not while napping
IndentIndent65589-4 When you tried to shift your sleep schedule to an earlier bedtime (at least 1 to 2 hours earlier), did you have difficulty falling asleep
IndentIndent65590-2 Do attempts to change your sleep/wake schedule tend to make your sleeping difficulties worse?
IndentIndent65591-0 During the past year, what was the longest period of time that you had these sleeping problems on most nights? wk; mo; a
IndentIndent65592-8 How old were you when you first began going to sleep very late without being able to adjust your schedule when you tried? a
IndentIndent65593-6 How old were you the last time you experienced these problems? a
IndentIndent65594-4 Do you currently experience these problems?
IndentIndent65825-2 How much have your late bedtime and inability to adjust your schedule upset or distressed you?
IndentIndent65826-0 What number describes how much this eveningness tendency has affected your social life and/or relationships with your friends?
IndentIndent65827-8 What number describes how much this eveningness tendency has affected your relationships with family members?
IndentIndent65828-6 What number describes how much this eveningness tendency has affected your performance in school/work or your relationships with your co-workers, employers, teachers or classmates?
IndentIndent65595-1 Have you ever had frequent problems getting to sleep at the beginning of the night which has negatively affected how you function during the following day?
IndentIndent65596-9 Have you ever had frequent problems staying asleep at night which has negatively affected how you function during the following day?
IndentIndent65597-7 Have you ever had frequent problems falling back to sleep after waking in the middle of the night which has negatively affected how you function during the following day?
IndentIndent65598-5 In the past year, have you had difficulty getting to sleep?
IndentIndent65599-3 In the past year, have you awakened during the night and had a hard time getting back to sleep?
IndentIndent65600-9 In the past year, have you awakened too early in the morning and couldn't get back to sleep?
IndentIndent65591-0 During the past year, what was the longest period of time that you had these sleeping problems on most nights? wk; mo; a
IndentIndent65682-7 Things experienced during the daytime due to difficulties falling asleep or staying asleep at night [PhenX] 1..10
IndentIndent65683-5 Do you experience any of these things during the daytime due to your difficulties falling asleep or staying asleep at night [PhenX]
IndentIndent65684-3 Do you do any of the following during the night when you cannot fall asleep, do you: Experience frustration, tension and/or anxiety over not being able to go to sleep?
IndentIndent65601-7 Do you do any of the following during the night when you cannot fall asleep, do you: Look at the clock frequently to see how long you have not been able to fall asleep?
IndentIndent65602-5 When you are NOT sleeping in your usual bed (e.g. in a hotel room while on vacation, or on your couch watching television), do you still have problems initially getting to sleep, staying asleep, or falling back to sleep after waking up during the night?
IndentIndent65685-0 Events or conditions occurring at the same time as difficulty with insomnia [PhenX] 1..7
IndentIndent65686-8 Does your difficulty with insomnia occur at the same time as any of these events or conditions [PhenX]
IndentIndent65687-6 Other drugs or medications occurring with insomnia.
IndentIndent65688-4 Changing schedule with insomnia
IndentIndent65689-2 Noisy or uncomfortable surroundings occurring with insomnia
IndentIndent65690-0 Stress or major life event occurring with insomnia
IndentIndent65691-8 Other disturbances occurring with insomnia
IndentIndent65692-6 Emotional or mental condition occurring with insomnia
IndentIndent65693-4 Other medical condition occurring with insomnia
IndentIndent65603-3 Do you ever have trouble falling asleep or staying asleep, when there seems to be no cause or explanation for it?
IndentIndent65604-1 Has your difficulty with sleeping occurred or worsened during any of the following conditions...pregnancy?
IndentIndent65605-8 Has your difficulty with sleeping occurred or worsened during any of the following conditions ...menopause? (ask for women over 35)
IndentIndent65606-6 Has your difficulty with sleeping occurred or worsened during any of the following conditions...just before (a few days) menstruation?
IndentIndent65607-4 Has your difficulty with sleeping occurred or worsened during any of the following conditions ...menstruation?
IndentIndent65608-2 How many separate times in your life have you had difficulty getting to sleep, staying asleep or falling back to sleep after waking up during the night (for at least one month)? {#}
IndentIndent65609-0 How old were you when you first experienced this kind of difficulty with sleeping (for at least one month)? a
IndentIndent65610-8 How old were you the last time you experienced this insomnia (for at least one month)? a
IndentIndent65611-6 Do you currently experience insomnia?
IndentIndent65612-4 How frequently do you experience insomnia? /wk
IndentIndent66184-3 How much does your insomnia (sleep difficulties) upset or distress you?
IndentIndent66185-0 What number describes how much your insomnia has affected your social life or relationships with your friends?
IndentIndent66186-8 What number describes how much your insomnia has affected your relationships with family members?
IndentIndent66187-6 What number describes how much your insomnia has affected your performance in school/work or your relationships with your co-workers, employers, teachers or classmates?
IndentIndent65613-2 Do you feel so sleepy during the day that it interrupts your normal activities - such as driving, reading, or concentrating at work or school, even when you have had enough sleep the night before?
IndentIndent65614-0 How often do you feel this way?
IndentIndent65615-7 What is the longest period of time that you have felt this way (on most days)? wk; mo; a
IndentIndent65617-3 During the daytime, do you experience an overwhelming desire to go to sleep - so overwhelming that you cannot resist?
IndentIndent65616-5 How often does this overwhelming desire to go to sleep occur? d;wk;mo
IndentIndent65618-1 What is the longest period of time that you have felt this way (on most days)? wk; mo; a
IndentIndent65619-9 When you do doze off during the day and take a nap, do you find this sleep refreshing?
IndentIndent65620-7 When you do doze off during the day and take a nap, do you find this sleep refreshing? Describe:
IndentIndent65621-5 Do you feel that you are sleepier than other people your age?
IndentIndent65622-3 Do you ever experience periods of muscle weakness, loss of muscle strength or limp muscles in any part of your body (e.g. in the legs or face) during the following situations: ...when you laugh?
IndentIndent65623-1 Do you ever experience periods of muscle weakness, loss of muscle strength or limp muscles in any part of your body (e.g. in the legs or face) during the following situations: ...when you are angry?
IndentIndent65624-9 Do you ever experience periods of muscle weakness, loss of muscle strength or limp muscles in any part of your body (e.g. in the legs or face) during the following situations: ...when you hear or tell a joke?
IndentIndent65625-6 Have you ever been told that you "act out" your dreams?
IndentIndent65626-4 How often does this happen?
IndentIndent65627-2 Do you ever move so much during your sleep that you accidentally hit your bed partner (if any) or hurt yourself?
IndentIndent65628-0 Do you have any memory of these event(s)?
IndentIndent65629-8 Does moving at night disrupt your sleep? (i.e. wake you up at night)
IndentIndent65630-6 During what part of the night do these events most often occur?
Indent62744-8 PhenX - personality traits protocol 121101
IndentIndent65145-5 I see myself as someone who is talkative.
IndentIndent65146-3 I see myself as someone who tends to find fault with others.
IndentIndent65147-1 I see myself as someone who does a thorough job.
IndentIndent65148-9 I see myself as someone who is depressed, blue.
IndentIndent65149-7 I see myself as someone who is original, comes up with new ideas.
IndentIndent65150-5 I see myself as someone who is reserved.
IndentIndent65151-3 I see myself as someone who is helpful and unselfish with others.
IndentIndent65152-1 I see myself as someone who can be somewhat careless.
IndentIndent65153-9 I see myself as someone who is relaxed, handles stress well.
IndentIndent65154-7 I see myself as someone who is curious about many different things.
IndentIndent65155-4 I see myself as someone who is full of energy.
IndentIndent65156-2 I see myself as someone who starts quarrels with others.
IndentIndent65157-0 I see myself as someone who is a reliable worker.
IndentIndent65158-8 I see myself as someone who can be tense.
IndentIndent65159-6 I see myself as someone who is ingenious, a deep thinker.
IndentIndent65160-4 I see myself as someone who generates a lot of enthusiasm.
IndentIndent65161-2 I see myself as someone who has a forgiving nature.
IndentIndent65162-0 I see myself as someone who tends to be disorganized.
IndentIndent65163-8 I see myself as someone who worries a lot.
IndentIndent65164-6 I see myself as someone who has an active imagination.
IndentIndent65165-3 I see myself as someone who tends to be quiet.
IndentIndent65166-1 I see myself as someone who is generally trusting.
IndentIndent65167-9 I see myself as someone who tends to be lazy.
IndentIndent65168-7 I see myself as someone who is emotionally stable, not easily upset.
IndentIndent65169-5 I see myself as someone who is inventive.
IndentIndent65170-3 I see myself as someone who has an assertive personality.
IndentIndent65171-1 I see myself as someone who can be cold and aloof.
IndentIndent65172-9 I see myself as someone who perseveres until the task is finished.
IndentIndent65173-7 I see myself as someone who can be moody.
IndentIndent65174-5 I see myself as someone who values artistic, aesthetic experiences.
IndentIndent65175-2 I see myself as someone who is sometimes shy, inhibited.
IndentIndent65176-0 I see myself as someone who is considerate, kind to almost everyone.
IndentIndent65177-8 I see myself as someone who does things efficiently.
IndentIndent65178-6 I see myself as someone who remains calm in tense situations.
IndentIndent65179-4 I see myself as someone who prefers work that is routine.
IndentIndent65180-2 I see myself as someone who is outgoing, sociable.
IndentIndent65181-0 I see myself as someone who is sometimes rude to others.
IndentIndent65182-8 I see myself as someone who makes plans and follows through on them.
IndentIndent65183-6 I see myself as someone who gets nervous easily.
IndentIndent65184-4 I see myself as someone who likes to reflect, play with ideas.
IndentIndent65185-1 I see myself as someone who has few artistic interests.
IndentIndent65186-9 I see myself as someone who likes to cooperate with others.
IndentIndent65187-7 I see myself as someone who is easily distracted.
IndentIndent65188-5 I see myself as someone who is sophisticated in art, music or literature.
Indent62746-3 PhenX - general distress screener protocol 121301
IndentIndent65189-3 During the past 30 days, about how often did you feel...nervous?
IndentIndent65190-1 During the past 30 days, about how often did you feel...hopeless ?
IndentIndent65191-9 During the past 30 days, about how often did you feel... restless or fidgety?
IndentIndent65192-7 During the past 30 days, about how often did you feel...so depressed that nothing could cheer you up?
IndentIndent65193-5 Taking them altogether, did these feelings occur more often in the past 30 days than is usual for you, about the same as usual, or less often than usual?
IndentIndent65194-3 During the past 30 days, how many days out of 30 were you totally unable to work or carry out your normal activities because of these feelings? d/(30.d)
IndentIndent65195-0 Not counting the days you reported in response to 3, how many days in the past 30 were you able to do only half or less of what you would normally have been able to do, because of these feelings? d/(30.d)
IndentIndent65196-8 During the past 30 days, about how often did you feel...that everything was an effort?
IndentIndent65197-6 During the past 30 days, how many times did you see a doctor or other health professional about these feelings? {#}/(30.d)
IndentIndent65198-4 During the past 30 days, about how often did you feel...worthless?
IndentIndent65199-2 During the past 30 days, how often have physical health problems been the main cause of these feelings?
Indent62748-9 PhenX - posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) protocol 121401
IndentIndent65200-8 Have you ever experienced, witnessed, or otherwise been involved in any events that could have brought serious harm or even death to you or someone else? If yes: Specify (in general)
IndentIndent65201-6 Specify, in general, what you have you ever experienced, witnessed, or otherwise been involved in any events that could have brought serious harm or even death to you or someone else [PhenX]
IndentIndent65202-4 Did this event cause you to have intense feelings of fear, helplessness, or horror?If yes: Specify (in general)
IndentIndent65203-2 If this event caused you to have intense feelings of fear, helplessness, or horror, specify [PhenX]
IndentIndent65204-0 Have you ever been bothered by unwanted thoughts, or dreams, or images that kept coming back to you, about a traumatic event that you experienced or witnessed?
IndentIndent65205-7 Have you ever felt as if you were reliving some traumatic event that you experienced or witnessed?
IndentIndent65206-5 Have you ever been intensely distressed or extremely anxious when you were reminded in some way about a traumatic event that you experienced or witnessed?
IndentIndent65207-3 Have you tried in general to avoid thinking or talking about the event?
IndentIndent65208-1 Have you tried in general to avoid activities, places, or people that remind you of the event?
IndentIndent65209-9 Are you unable to recall important parts of the event?
IndentIndent65210-7 Since the event, do you tend to feel detached from other people?
IndentIndent65211-5 Since the event, have you been unable to experience a full range of feelings?
IndentIndent65212-3 Since the event, have you found yourself unable to see a future for yourself?
IndentIndent65213-1 Since this event happened, have you had problems with ...difficulty falling asleep or staying asleep (apart from depression or mania)?
IndentIndent65214-9 Since this event happened, have you had problems with...irritability or angry outbursts (apart from depression or mania)?
IndentIndent65215-6 Since this event happened, have you had problems with ...difficulty concentrating (apart from depression or mania)?
IndentIndent65216-4 Since this event happened, have you had problems with...being too much on alert?
IndentIndent65217-2 Since this event happened, have you had problems with...being too easily startled?
IndentIndent65218-0 Have you been very upset about having these symptoms?
IndentIndent65219-8 Have these symptoms interfered with your ability to work, to be with others, or to function in other areas of life?
IndentIndent65220-6 How long did these symptoms (from questions 3-18) last? Indicate the number of months mo
IndentIndent65221-4 When did the traumatic event occur (if several, ask about the most closely associated with symptoms)?
IndentIndent65222-2 When did you start to experience these symptoms (from questions 3-18)?
IndentIndent65223-0 Age of onset a
Indent62750-5 PhenX - attention-deficit - hyperactivity disorder symptoms protocol - adult 121501
IndentIndent65224-8 How often do you have trouble wrapping up the final details of a project, once the challenging parts have been done?
IndentIndent65225-5 How often do you have difficulty getting things in order when you have to do a task that requires organization?
IndentIndent65226-3 How often do you have problems remembering appointments or obligations?
IndentIndent65227-1 When you have a task that requires a lot of thought, how often do you avoid or delay getting started?
IndentIndent65228-9 How often do you fidget or squirm with your hands or feet when you have to sit down for a long time?
IndentIndent65229-7 How often do you feel overly active and compelled to do things, like you were driven by a motor?
IndentIndent65230-5 How often do you make careless mistakes when you have to work on a boring or difficult project?
IndentIndent65231-3 How often do you have difficulty keeping your attention when you are doing boring or repetitive work?
IndentIndent65232-1 How often do you have difficulty concentrating on what people say to you, even when they are speaking to you directly?
IndentIndent65233-9 How often do you misplace or have difficulty finding things at home or at work?
IndentIndent65234-7 How often are you distracted by activity or noise around you?
IndentIndent65235-4 How often do you leave your seat in meetings or other situations in which you are expected to remain seated?
IndentIndent65236-2 How often do you feel restless or fidgety?
IndentIndent65237-0 How often do you have difficulty unwinding and relaxing when you have time to yourself?
IndentIndent65238-8 How often do you find yourself talking too much when you are in social situations?
IndentIndent65239-6 When you're in a conversation, how often do you find yourself finishing the sentences of the people you are talking to, before they can finish them themselves?
IndentIndent65240-4 How often do you have difficulty waiting your turn in situations when turn taking is required?
IndentIndent65241-2 How often do you interrupt others when they are busy?
Indent62751-3 PhenX - attention-deficit - hyperactivity disorder symptoms protocol - child 121502
IndentIndent65242-0 Give close attention to detail and avoid careless mistakes
IndentIndent65243-8 Sustain attention on tasks or play activitie
IndentIndent65244-6 Listen when spoken to directly
IndentIndent65245-3 Follow through on instructions & finish school work/chores
IndentIndent65246-1 Organize tasks and activities
IndentIndent65247-9 Engage in tasks that require sustained mental effort
IndentIndent65248-7 Keep track of things necessary for activities
IndentIndent65249-5 Ignore extraneous stimuli
IndentIndent65250-3 Remember daily activities
IndentIndent65251-1 Sit still (control movement of hands/feet or control squirming)
IndentIndent65252-9 Stay seated (when required by class rules/social conventions)
IndentIndent65253-7 Modulate motor activity (inhibit inappropriate running/climbing)
IndentIndent65254-5 Play quietly (keep noise level reasonable)
IndentIndent65255-2 Settle down and rest (control constant activity)
IndentIndent65256-0 Modulate verbal activity (control excess talking)
IndentIndent65257-8 Reflect on questions (control blurting out answers)
IndentIndent65258-6 Await turn (stand in line and take turns)
IndentIndent65259-4 Enter into conversation and games (control interrupting/intruding)
Indent62753-9 PhenX - psychopathy protocol 121601
IndentIndent65260-2 I'm optimistic more often than not.
IndentIndent65261-0 How other people feel is important to me.
IndentIndent65262-8 I often act on immediate needs.
IndentIndent65263-6 I have no strong desire to parachute out of an airplane.
IndentIndent65264-4 I've often missed things I promised to attend.
IndentIndent65265-1 I would enjoy being in a high-speed chase.
IndentIndent65266-9 I am well-equipped to deal with stress.
IndentIndent65267-7 I don't mind if someone I dislike gets hurt.
IndentIndent65268-5 My impulsive decisions have caused problems with loved ones.
IndentIndent65269-3 I get scared easily.
IndentIndent65270-1 I sympathize with others problems.
IndentIndent65271-9 I have missed work without bothering to call in.
IndentIndent65272-7 I'm a born leader.
IndentIndent65273-5 I enjoy a good physical fight.
IndentIndent65274-3 I jump into things without thinking.
IndentIndent65275-0 I have a hard time making things turn out the way I want.
IndentIndent65276-8 I return insults.
IndentIndent65277-6 I've gotten in trouble because I missed too much school.
IndentIndent65278-4 I have a knack for influencing people.
IndentIndent65279-2 It doesn't bother me to see someone else in pain.
IndentIndent65280-0 I have good control over myself.
IndentIndent65281-8 I function well in new situations, even when unprepared.
IndentIndent65282-6 I enjoy pushing people around sometimes.
IndentIndent65283-4 I have taken money from someone's purse or wallet without asking.
IndentIndent65284-2 I have taken money from someone's purse or wallet without asking.
IndentIndent65285-9 I taunt people just to stir things up.
IndentIndent65286-7 People often abuse my trust.
IndentIndent65287-5 I'm afraid of far fewer things than most people.
IndentIndent65288-3 I don't see any point in worrying if what I do hurts someone else.
IndentIndent65289-1 I keep appointments I make.
IndentIndent65290-9 I often get bored quickly and lose interest.
IndentIndent65291-7 I can get over things that would traumatize others.
IndentIndent65292-5 I am sensitive to the feelings of others.
IndentIndent65293-3 I have conned people to get money from them.
IndentIndent65294-1 It worries me to go into an unfamiliar situation without knowing all the details.
IndentIndent65295-8 I don't have much sympathy for people.
IndentIndent65296-6 I get in trouble for not considering the consequences of my actions.
IndentIndent65297-4 I can convince people to do what I want.
IndentIndent65298-2 For me, honesty really is the best policy.
IndentIndent65299-0 I've injured people to see them in pain.
IndentIndent65300-6 I don't like to take the lead in groups.
IndentIndent65301-4 I sometimes insult people on purpose to get a reaction from them.
IndentIndent65302-2 I have taken items from a store without paying for them.
IndentIndent65303-0 It's easy to embarrass me.
IndentIndent65304-8 Things are more fun if a little danger is involved.
IndentIndent65305-5 I have a hard time waiting patiently for things I want.
IndentIndent65306-3 I stay away from physical danger as much as I can.
IndentIndent65307-1 I don't care much if what I do hurts others.
IndentIndent65308-9 I have lost a friend because of irresponsible things I've done.
IndentIndent65309-7 I don't stack up well against most others.
IndentIndent65310-5 Others have told me they are concerned about my lack of self-control.
IndentIndent65311-3 It's easy for me to relate to other people's emotions.
IndentIndent65312-1 I have robbed someone.
IndentIndent65313-9 I never worry about making a fool of myself with others.
IndentIndent65314-7 It doesn't bother me when people around me are hurting.
IndentIndent65315-4 I have had problems at work because I was irresponsible.
IndentIndent65316-2 I'm not very good at influencing people.
IndentIndent65317-0 I have stolen something out of a vehicle.

Additional Names

Short Name
Domain - Psychiatric

Basic Attributes

Class
PANEL.PHENX
Type
Clinical
First Released
Version 2.36
Last Updated
Version 2.65
Change Reason
Updated the PhenX ID from "PhenX.<ID>" to "PX<ID>" in Survey Question Source field to align with the variable identifier used in the PhenX Toolkit.
Panel Type
Panel

Survey Question

Source
PX120000

Language Variants Get Info

zh-CNChinese (China)
PhenX 领域 - 精神病学:-:时间点:^患者:-:PhenX
ru-RURussian (Russian Federation)
PhenX домен - Психиатрия:-:ТчкВрм:^Пациент:-:PhenX

LOINC FHIR® API Example - CodeSystem Request Get Info

https://fhir.loinc.org/CodeSystem/$lookup?system=http://loinc.org&code=62710-9