Version 2.68

62942-8PhenX - chronic stress protocol 181301Trial

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Term Description

The chronic stress scale includes a list of 51 items about common life conditions and situations (e.g., financial issues, work, love and marriage, family and children, social life). The interviewer reads each item aloud and asks the respondent to reply with not true (0), somewhat true (1), or very true (2). The researcher may want to collect information about other types of stress (e.g., traumatic life events, other life events) to conduct a comprehensive stress assessment.
Source: Regenstrief LOINC

Panel Hierarchy
Details for each LOINC in Panel LHC-Forms

LOINC Name R/O/C Cardinality Example UCUM Units
62942-8 PhenX - chronic stress protocol 181301
Indent67086-9 You're trying to take on too many things at once.
Indent67087-7 There is too much pressure on you to be like other people.
Indent67088-5 Too much is expected of you by others.
Indent67089-3 You don't have enough money to buy the things you or your kids need.
Indent67090-1 You have a long-term debt or loan.
Indent67040-6 Your rent or mortgage is too much.
Indent67041-4 You don't have enough money to take vacations.
Indent67042-2 You don't have enough money to make a down payment on a home.
Indent67043-0 You have more work to do than most people.
Indent67044-8 Your supervisor is always monitoring what you do at work.
Indent67045-5 You want to change jobs or career but don't feel you can.
Indent67046-3 Your job often leaves you feeling both mentally and physically tired.
Indent67047-1 You want to achieve more at work but things get in the way.
Indent67048-9 You don't get paid enough for what you do.
Indent67049-7 Your work is boring and repetitive.
Indent67050-5 You are looking for a job and can't find the one you want.
Indent67051-3 You have a lot of conflict with your partner.
Indent67052-1 Your relationship restricts your freedom.
Indent67053-9 Your partner doesn't understand you.
Indent67054-7 Your partner expects too much of you.
Indent67055-4 You don't get what you deserve out of your relationship.
Indent67056-2 Your partner doesn't show enough affection.
Indent67057-0 Your partner is not committed enough to your relationship.
Indent67058-8 Your sexual needs are not fulfilled by this relationship.
Indent67059-6 Your partner is always threatening to leave or end the relationship.
Indent67060-4 You wonder whether you will ever get married.
Indent67061-2 You find it is too difficult to find someone compatible with you.
Indent67062-0 You have a lot of conflict with your ex-spouse.
Indent67063-8 You don't see your children from a former marriage as much as you would like.
Indent67064-6 You are alone too much.
Indent67065-3 You wish you could have children but you cannot.
Indent67066-1 One of your children seems very unhappy.
Indent67067-9 You feel your children don't listen to you.
Indent67068-7 A child's behavior is a source of serious concern to you.
Indent67069-5 One or more children do not do well enough at school or work.
Indent67070-3 Your children don't help around the house.
Indent67071-1 One of your children spends too much time away from the house.
Indent67072-9 You feel like being a housewife is not appreciated.
Indent67073-7 You have to go to social events alone and you don't want to.
Indent67074-5 Your friends are a bad influence.
Indent67075-2 You don't have enough friends.
Indent67076-0 You don't have time for your favorite leisure time activities.
Indent67077-8 You want to live farther away from your family.
Indent67078-6 You would like to move but you cannot.
Indent67079-4 The place you live is too noisy or too polluted.
Indent67080-2 Your family lives too far away.
Indent67081-0 Someone in your family or a close friend has a long-term illness or handicap.
Indent67082-8 You have a parent, a child, or a spouse or partner who is in very bad health and may die.
Indent67083-6 Someone in your family has an alcohol or drug problem.
Indent67084-4 A long- term health problem prevents you from doing the things you like to do.
Indent67085-1 You take care of an aging parent almost every day.

Fully-Specified Name

PhenX - chronic stress protocol 181301

Additional Names

Short Name
Chronic stress proto

Basic Attributes

First Released
Version 2.36
Last Updated
Version 2.66
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.; Added the PhenX protocol ID to the Component to clearly define the protocol version for which this panel is based upon.
Panel Type

Survey Question


Reference Information

Type Source Reference
Article Consensus measures for Phenotypes and Exposures Turner, R. J., Wheaton, B., & Lloyd, D. A. (1995). The epidemiology of social stress. American Sociological Review, 60(1), 104–125.
Citation Consensus measures for Phenotypes and Exposures Wheaton, B. (1997). The nature of chronic stress. In B. Gottlieb (Ed.), Coping with chronic stress (pp. 43–74). New York: Plenum.
Citation Consensus measures for Phenotypes and Exposures Wheaton, B. (1994). Sampling the stress universe. In W. Avison & I. Gotlib (Eds.), Stress and mental health: Contemporary issues and prospects for the future (pp. 77–114). New York: Plenum.

Member of these Panels

LOINC Long Common Name
62911-3 PhenX domain - Psychosocial

Language Variants Get Info

zh-CNChinese (CHINA)
PhenX - 慢性应激方案 181301:-:时间点:^患者:-:PhenX
it-ITItalian (ITALY)
PhenX - stress cronico, protocollo:-:Pt:^Paziente:-:PhenX
PhenX - хронический стресс протокол:-:ТчкВрм:^Пациент:-:PhenX

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