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Citation article

Title:
Why I don’t always know what I’m feeling: The role of stress in within-person fluctuations in emotiondifferentiation
Authors:
Erbas, Y., Ceulemans, E., Kalokerinos, E.K., Houben, M., Koval, P., Pe, M., Kuppens, P.
Year of publication:
2018
Journal name:
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology
Volume number:
115
Issue number:
2
Page numbers:
179-191
DOI:
https://doi.org/10.1037/pspa0000126

Measure details

Baseline session:
Yes
Followup session:
Yes
Study design:
Follows undergraduate students through their first year at university through three waves of data collection: Wave 2 conducted 4 months after Wave 1; then Wave 3 conducted 8 months after Wave 2.
ESM measurement waves:
3
Ethics granting body:
KU Leuven ethics committee
Ethics protocol number:
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Study details

Location:
Belgium
Background information:
The study was conducted to coincide with students' transition to university and to follow students across their first year at university. Participants were selected to participate using a stratified sampling approach so that an equal number of participants from each quartile of the CES-D distribution were selected to participate
Language:
Dutch
Setting:
IP
Collection platform:
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Days of ESM data collection:
7
Number of ESM measures per day:
10
Sampling schedule:
Stratified random interval
ESM schedule start time:
10:00
ESM schedule end time:
22:00
ESM schedule duration:
12

Sample details

Type of sample:
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Recruitment information:
Students who were about to start their first year of university were recruited through online and paper advertisements.
Incentives:
Participants received €60 per wave for completing all measures, and an additional €60 for completing all three waves.
Exclusions:
22 were enrolled after the study began and therefore didn't complete the Wave 1 baseline

Contact info

Contact:
Peter Kuppens
Contact email:
peter.kuppens@kuleuven.be
Selection Variable Info Assessment type Constructs
NBACK_NOMATCH_POS_RT Nback positive nonmatch Response Time Baseline COGNITION EXECUTIVE_FUNCTION
SWITCH_WW_POS_ACC Switch word-word pos-pos Accuracy Baseline COGNITION EXECUTIVE_FUNCTION
SWITCH_WW_POS_RT Switch word-word pos-pos Response Time Baseline COGNITION EXECUTIVE_FUNCTION
SWITCH_WW_NEG_ACC Switch word-word neg-neg Accuracy Baseline COGNITION EXECUTIVE_FUNCTION
DSM_PTSD_13 Limited expressions of affect. Baseline CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS POST_TRAUMATIC_STRESS PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
PANAS_NL_12 Hostile Follow_up AFFECT NEGATIVE_AFFECT
SWITCH_WW_NEG_RT Switch word-word neg-neg Response Time Baseline COGNITION EXECUTIVE_FUNCTION
FINANCE Financial situation Baseline DEMOGRAPHICS SOCIO_ECONOMIC
HEIGHT Height Baseline HEIGHT PHYSICAL_HEALTH
WEIGHT Weight Baseline PHYSICAL_HEALTH WEIGHT
SWITCH_WC_POS_ACC Switch word-color pos-pos Accuracy Baseline COGNITION EXECUTIVE_FUNCTION
FB_FRIENDS Number of facebook friends Baseline SOCIAL SOCIAL_INTERACTION
AFFGRID Indicate how you feel right now using the grid below. ESM AFFECT AROUSAL VALENCE
GRID_AROUSAL Arousal: computed from the affect grid ESM AFFECT AROUSAL
GRID_VALENCE Valence: computed from the affect grid ESM AFFECT VALENCE
HAP How happy do you feel at the moment? ESM AFFECT HAPPINESS POSITIVE_AFFECT
RLX How relaxed do you feel at the moment? ESM AFFECT POSITIVE_AFFECT RELAXATION
CHEER How cheerful do you feel at the moment? ESM AFFECT CHEERFULNESS POSITIVE_AFFECT
SAD How sad do you feel at the moment? ESM AFFECT NEGATIVE_AFFECT SADNESS
ANG How angry do you feel at the moment? ESM AFFECT ANGER NEGATIVE_AFFECT
FEAR How fearful do you feel at th emoment? ESM AFFECT ANXIETY NEGATIVE_AFFECT
DEP How depressed do you feel at the moment? ESM AFFECT DEPRESSION NEGATIVE_AFFECT
STR How stressed do you feel at the moment? ESM AFFECT NEGATIVE_AFFECT STRESS
LONE How lonely do you feel at the moment? ESM AFFECT LONELINESS NEGATIVE_AFFECT
CONF How much confidence do you have at the moment? ESM SELF SELF_ESTEEM
RUM_1 Since the last beep, have you ruminated about something in the past? ESM EMOTION_REGULATION RUMINATION STRATEGY
RUM_2 Since the last beep, have you ruminated about something in the future? ESM EMOTION_REGULATION RUMINATION STRATEGY WORRY
DIST Since the last beep, have you distracted yourself from your feelings? ESM DISTRACTION EMOTION_REGULATION STRATEGY
PERS Since the last beep, have you looked at the cause of your feelings from another perspective? ESM EMOTION_REGULATION REAPPRAISAL STRATEGY
SUPR Since the last beep, have you suppressed the need to show your emotions? ESM EMOTION_REGULATION EXPRESSIVE_SUPPRESSION STRATEGY
SOCSHR Since the last beep, have you talked to others about your emotions? ESM EMOTION_REGULATION SOCIAL_SHARING STRATEGY
NEGEV Think of the most negative event since the last beep, how intense was this event? ESM AFFECT_INTENSITY EVENT NEGATIVE_EVENT SITUATION_CONTEXT
IMPORT If you think of the content of these thoughts: how important is this to you? ESM APPRAISAL IMPORTANCE
VALENCE If you think of the content of these thoughts: how negative or positive is this for you? ESM APPRAISAL VALENCE
SRESP If you think of the content of these thoughts: who is responisble? ESM AGENCY APPRAISAL
EMOCOPE If you think of the content of these thoughts: to what extent can you cope with it? ESM APPRAISAL COPING_POTENTIAL
AGE Age (years) Baseline AGE DEMOGRAPHICS
GENDER Biological sex Baseline DEMOGRAPHICS GENDER
NAT Nationality Baseline DEMOGRAPHICS NATIONALITY
LAN Native language Baseline DEMOGRAPHICS LANGUAGE
RACE Ethnicity Baseline DEMOGRAPHICS ETHNICITY
RELIG Religion Baseline DEMOGRAPHICS RELIGION
LIVING Living arrangements Baseline DEMOGRAPHICS SOCIO_ECONOMIC
TWIT_FOLLOWERS Number of followers on twitter Baseline DEMOGRAPHICS SOCIAL_MEDIA
EDU_1 study results after high school Baseline DEMOGRAPHICS EDUCATION
EDU_2 study during higher education Baseline DEMOGRAPHICS EDUCATION
ADPIV_BDL_TRAIT_5 I can not stand the thought of someone leaving me and would do anything in order to avoid it: To what extent do you agree with this statement? Baseline PERSONALITY_DISORDER PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SYMPTOMS
ADPIV_BDL_DISTR_5 I can not stand the thought of someone leaving me and would do anything in order to avoid it.: Has this characteristic caused you or someone else grief? Baseline PERSONALITY_DISORDER PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SYMPTOMS
ADPIV_BDL_TRAIT_17 My relations are intense and unsteady. My feelings about others change rapidly and greatly.: To what extent do you agree with this statement? Baseline PERSONALITY_DISORDER PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SYMPTOMS
ADPIV_BDL_DISTR_17 My relations are intense and unsteady. My feelings about others change rapidly and greatly.: Has this characteristic caused you or someone else grief? Baseline PERSONALITY_DISORDER PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SYMPTOMS
ADPIV_BDL_TRAIT_29 I am always insecure about who or what I am and about what's important in life. My sense of self and opinions change all the time.: To what extent do you agree with this statement? Baseline PERSONALITY_DISORDER PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SYMPTOMS
ADPIV_BDL_DISTR_29 I am always insecure about who or what I am and about what's important in life. My sense of self and opinions change all the time.: Has this characteristic caused you or someone else grief? Baseline PERSONALITY_DISORDER PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SYMPTOMS
ADPIV_BDL_TRAIT_41 I am very impulsive.: To what extent do you agree with this statement? Baseline PERSONALITY_DISORDER PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SYMPTOMS
DASS21_16 I couldn't get excited about anything. Baseline DEPRESSION PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SYMPTOMS
DASS21_17 I felt I'm not worth much as a person. Baseline DEPRESSION PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SYMPTOMS
DASS21_18 I noticed I was touchy. Baseline PSYCHOPATHOLOGY STRESS SYMPTOMS
DASS21_19 I was aware of my heartbeat while I was not doing any exercise. Baseline ANXIETY PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SYMPTOMS
DASS21_20 I was anxious without a reason. Baseline ANXIETY PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SYMPTOMS
DASS21_21 I felt my life had no meaning. Baseline DEPRESSION PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SYMPTOMS
TIPI_1 Extraverted, enthusiastic. Baseline EXTRAVERSION PERSONALITY
TIPI_2 Critical, quarrelsome. Baseline AGREEABLENESS PERSONALITY
TIPI_3 Dependable, self-disciplined. Baseline CONSCIENTIOUSNESS PERSONALITY
TIPI_4 Anxious, easily upset. Baseline NEUROTICISM PERSONALITY
TIPI_5 Open to new experiences, complex. Baseline OPENNESS PERSONALITY
TIPI_6 Reserved, quiet. Baseline EXTRAVERSION PERSONALITY
TIPI_7 Sympathetic, warm. Baseline AGREEABLENESS PERSONALITY
TIPI_8 Disorganized, careless. Baseline CONSCIENTIOUSNESS PERSONALITY
TIPI_9 Calm, emotionally stable. Baseline NEUROTICISM PERSONALITY
TIPI_10 Conventional, uncreative. Baseline OPENNESS PERSONALITY
SWL_1 In most ways my life is close to my ideal. Baseline HEDONIC LIFE_SATISFACTION WELL_BEING
SWL_2 The conditions of my life are excellent. Baseline HEDONIC LIFE_SATISFACTION WELL_BEING
SWL_3 I am satisfied with my life. Baseline HEDONIC LIFE_SATISFACTION WELL_BEING
SWL_4 So far I have gotten the important things I want in life. Baseline HEDONIC LIFE_SATISFACTION WELL_BEING
SWL_5 If I could live my life over, I would change almost nothing. Baseline HEDONIC LIFE_SATISFACTION WELL_BEING
RSE_1 Generally, I am happy with myself. Baseline SELF SELF_ESTEEM
DSM_PTSD_14 Feelings of having a limited future. Baseline CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS POST_TRAUMATIC_STRESS PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
ADPIV_BDL_DISTR_41 I am very impulsive.: Has this characteristic caused you or someone else grief? Baseline PERSONALITY_DISORDER PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SYMPTOMS
PANAS_NL_13 Embarrassed Follow_up AFFECT NEGATIVE_AFFECT
ADPIV_BDL_TRAIT_53 I have often threatened to end my life or actually tried to end my life.: To what extent do you agree with this statement? Baseline PERSONALITY_DISORDER PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SYMPTOMS
ADPIV_BDL_DISTR_53 I have often threatened to end my life or actually tried to end my life.: Has this characteristic caused you or someone else grief? Baseline PERSONALITY_DISORDER PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SYMPTOMS
ADPIV_BDL_TRAIT_65 I have hurt myself deliberately on multiple occasions.: To what extent do you agree with this statement? Baseline PERSONALITY_DISORDER PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SYMPTOMS
ADPIV_BDL_DISTR_65 I have hurt myself deliberately on multiple occasions.: Has this characteristic caused you or someone else grief? Baseline PERSONALITY_DISORDER PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SYMPTOMS
ADPIV_BDL_TRAIT_77 My mood is very unstable.: To what extent do you agree with this statement? Baseline PERSONALITY_DISORDER PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SYMPTOMS
ADPIV_BDL_DISTR_77 My mood is very unstable.: Has this characteristic caused you or someone else grief? Baseline PERSONALITY_DISORDER PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SYMPTOMS
ADPIV_BDL_TRAIT_87 I often feel empty.: To what extent do you agree with this statement? Baseline PERSONALITY_DISORDER PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SYMPTOMS
ADPIV_BDL_DISTR_87 I often feel empty.: Has this characteristic caused you or someone else grief? Baseline PERSONALITY_DISORDER PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SYMPTOMS
ADPIV_BDL_TRAIT_92 I often experience intense feelings of anger.: To what extent do you agree with this statement? Baseline PERSONALITY_DISORDER PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SYMPTOMS
ADPIV_BDL_DISTR_92 I often experience intense feelings of anger.: Has this characteristic caused you or someone else grief? Baseline PERSONALITY_DISORDER PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SYMPTOMS
ADPIV_BDL_TRAIT_94 When I'm very stressed I can lose conscious control or become very suspiscious.: To what extent do you agree with this statement? Baseline PERSONALITY_DISORDER PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SYMPTOMS
ADPIV_BDL_DISTR_94 When I'm very stressed I can lose conscious control or become very suspiscious.: Has this characteristic caused you or someone else grief? Baseline PERSONALITY_DISORDER PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SYMPTOMS
DASS21_1 I had trouble calming myself. Baseline PSYCHOPATHOLOGY STRESS SYMPTOMS
DASS21_2 I noticed my mouth was dry. Baseline ANXIETY PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SYMPTOMS
DASS21_3 I couldn't experience one positive feeling. Baseline DEPRESSION PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SYMPTOMS
DASS21_4 I had trouble breathing. Baseline ANXIETY PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SYMPTOMS
DASS21_5 I had trouble taking initiative. Baseline DEPRESSION PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SYMPTOMS
DASS21_6 I tended to overreact to situations. Baseline PSYCHOPATHOLOGY STRESS SYMPTOMS
DASS21_7 I trembled. Baseline ANXIETY PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SYMPTOMS
DASS21_8 I was agitated. Baseline PSYCHOPATHOLOGY STRESS SYMPTOMS
DASS21_9 I worried about situations wherein I would panic or make a fool of myself. Baseline ANXIETY PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SYMPTOMS
DASS21_10 I didn't feel I had anything to look forward to. Baseline DEPRESSION PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SYMPTOMS
DASS21_11 I noticed I was very restless. Baseline PSYCHOPATHOLOGY STRESS SYMPTOMS
DASS21_12 I found it hard to relax. Baseline PSYCHOPATHOLOGY STRESS SYMPTOMS
DASS21_13 I feld down and gloom. Baseline DEPRESSION PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SYMPTOMS
DASS21_14 I didn't have any patience with issues hindering me in my goals. Baseline PSYCHOPATHOLOGY STRESS SYMPTOMS
DASS21_15 I feld I almost panicked. Baseline ANXIETY PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SYMPTOMS
RSE_2 Sometimes I don't think I'm good for anything. Baseline SELF SELF_ESTEEM
DSM_PTSD_15 Troubles going to sleep or sleeping through the night. Baseline CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS POST_TRAUMATIC_STRESS PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
RSE_3 I feel I have a number of good qualities. Baseline SELF SELF_ESTEEM
RSE_4 I can do things as well as most other people. Baseline SELF SELF_ESTEEM
RSE_5 I feel I don't have much to be proud of. Baseline SELF SELF_ESTEEM
RSE_6 Sometimes I fele useless. Baseline SELF SELF_ESTEEM
RSE_7 I feel I am a worthy person, at least as worthy as others. Baseline SELF SELF_ESTEEM
RSE_8 I wish I could have more selfrespect. Baseline SELF SELF_ESTEEM
RSE_9 Generally, I feel like a failure. Baseline SELF SELF_ESTEEM
RSE_10 I have a positive attitude toward myself. Baseline SELF SELF_ESTEEM
PSWQ_1 If I don't have enough time to do everything, I don't worry about it. Baseline EMOTION_REGULATION STRATEGY WORRY
PSWQ_2 My worries overwelm me. Baseline EMOTION_REGULATION STRATEGY WORRY
PSWQ_3 I tend not to worry about things. Baseline EMOTION_REGULATION STRATEGY WORRY
PSWQ_4 many situations make me worry. Baseline EMOTION_REGULATION STRATEGY WORRY
PSWQ_5 I know I should not worry about things, but I just can't help it. Baseline EMOTION_REGULATION STRATEGY WORRY
PSWQ_6 When I'm under pressure I worry a lot. Baseline EMOTION_REGULATION STRATEGY WORRY
PSWQ_7 I am always worrying about something. Baseline EMOTION_REGULATION STRATEGY WORRY
PSWQ_8 I find it easy to dismiss worrisome thoughts. Baseline EMOTION_REGULATION STRATEGY WORRY
PSWQ_9 As soon as I finish one task, I start worrying about everything else I have to do. Baseline EMOTION_REGULATION STRATEGY WORRY
PSWQ_10 I never worry about anything. Baseline EMOTION_REGULATION STRATEGY WORRY
PSWQ_11 When there's nothing more I can do about a concern, I won't worry about it anymore. Baseline EMOTION_REGULATION STRATEGY WORRY
PSWQ_12 I've been a worrier all my life. Baseline EMOTION_REGULATION STRATEGY WORRY
PSWQ_13 I notice I have been worrying about things. Baseline EMOTION_REGULATION STRATEGY WORRY
PSWQ_14 Once I start worrying I can't stop. Baseline EMOTION_REGULATION STRATEGY WORRY
PSWQ_15 I worry all the time. Baseline EMOTION_REGULATION STRATEGY WORRY
PSWQ_16 I worry about project until they are done. Baseline EMOTION_REGULATION STRATEGY WORRY
PANAS_NL_1 Enthusiastic Baseline AFFECT POSITIVE_AFFECT
PANAS_NL_2 Anxious Baseline AFFECT NEGATIVE_AFFECT
PANAS_NL_3 Interested Baseline AFFECT POSITIVE_AFFECT
PANAS_NL_4 Angry Baseline AFFECT NEGATIVE_AFFECT
PANAS_NL_5 Determined Baseline AFFECT POSITIVE_AFFECT
PANAS_NL_6 Stressed Baseline AFFECT NEGATIVE_AFFECT
PANAS_NL_7 Irritated Baseline AFFECT NEGATIVE_AFFECT
PANAS_NL_8 Jittery Baseline AFFECT NEGATIVE_AFFECT
PANAS_NL_9 Cheerful Baseline AFFECT POSITIVE_AFFECT
PANAS_NL_10 Active Baseline AFFECT POSITIVE_AFFECT
PANAS_NL_11 Strong Baseline AFFECT POSITIVE_AFFECT
PANAS_NL_12 Hostile Baseline AFFECT NEGATIVE_AFFECT
PANAS_NL_13 Embarrased Baseline AFFECT NEGATIVE_AFFECT
PANAS_NL_14 Proud Baseline AFFECT POSITIVE_AFFECT
PANAS_NL_15 Guilty Baseline AFFECT NEGATIVE_AFFECT
PANAS_NL_16 Attentive Baseline AFFECT POSITIVE_AFFECT
PANAS_NL_17 Inspired Baseline AFFECT POSITIVE_AFFECT
PANAS_NL_18 Nervous Baseline AFFECT NEGATIVE_AFFECT
PANAS_NL_19 Sad Baseline AFFECT NEGATIVE_AFFECT
PANAS_NL_20 Alert Baseline AFFECT POSITIVE_AFFECT
ERQ_1 When I want to feel more positive emotion (such as joy or amusement), I change what I’m thinking about. Baseline EMOTION_REGULATION REAPPRAISAL STRATEGY
ERQ_2 I keep my emotions to myself. Baseline EMOTION_REGULATION EXPRESSIVE_SUPPRESSION STRATEGY
ERQ_3 When I want to feel a less negative emotion (such as sadness or anger), I change what I’m thinking about. Baseline EMOTION_REGULATION REAPPRAISAL STRATEGY
ERQ_4 When I am feeling positive emotions, I am careful not to express them. Baseline EMOTION_REGULATION EXPRESSIVE_SUPPRESSION STRATEGY
ERQ_5 When I’m faced with a stressful situation, I make myself think about it, in a way that helps me stay calm. Baseline EMOTION_REGULATION REAPPRAISAL STRATEGY
ERQ_6 I control my emotions by not expressing them. Baseline EMOTION_REGULATION EXPRESSIVE_SUPPRESSION STRATEGY
ERQ_7 When I want to feel more positive emotion, I change the way I’m thinking about the situation. Baseline EMOTION_REGULATION REAPPRAISAL STRATEGY
ERQ_8 I control my emotions by changing the way I think about the situation I’m in. Baseline EMOTION_REGULATION REAPPRAISAL STRATEGY
ERQ_9 When I am feeling negative emotions, I make sure not to express them. Baseline EMOTION_REGULATION EXPRESSIVE_SUPPRESSION STRATEGY
ERQ_10 When I want to feel a less negative emotion, I change the way I’m thinking about the situation. Baseline EMOTION_REGULATION REAPPRAISAL STRATEGY
CESD_1 I was bothered by things that don’t usually bother me. Baseline DEPRESSION PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SYMPTOMS
CESD_2 I did not feel like eating; my appetite was poor Baseline DEPRESSION PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SYMPTOMS
CESD_3 I felt that I could not shake off the blues even with the help of my family or friends. Baseline DEPRESSION PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SYMPTOMS
CESD_4 I felt that I was just as good as other people. Baseline DEPRESSION PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SYMPTOMS
CESD_5 I had trouble keeping my mind on what I was doing. Baseline DEPRESSION PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SYMPTOMS
CESD_6 I felt depressed. Baseline DEPRESSION PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SYMPTOMS
CESD_7 I felt everything I did was an effort. Baseline DEPRESSION PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SYMPTOMS
CESD_8 I felt hopeful about the future. Baseline DEPRESSION PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SYMPTOMS
CESD_9 I thought my life had been a failure. Baseline DEPRESSION PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SYMPTOMS
CESD_10 I felt fearful. Baseline DEPRESSION PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SYMPTOMS
CESD_11 My sleep was restless. Baseline DEPRESSION PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SYMPTOMS
CESD_12 I was happy. Baseline DEPRESSION PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SYMPTOMS
CESD_13 I talked less than usual. Baseline DEPRESSION PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SYMPTOMS
CESD_14 I felt lonely. Baseline DEPRESSION PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SYMPTOMS
CESD_15 People were unfriendly. Baseline DEPRESSION PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SYMPTOMS
CESD_16 I enjoyed life. Baseline DEPRESSION PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SYMPTOMS
CESD_17 I had crying spells. Baseline DEPRESSION PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SYMPTOMS
CESD_18 I felt sad. Baseline DEPRESSION PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SYMPTOMS
CESD_19 I felt that people disliked me. Baseline DEPRESSION PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SYMPTOMS
CESD_20 I could not get “going”. Baseline DEPRESSION PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SYMPTOMS
TAS_1 I'm often confused about which emotion I experience Baseline AFFECT ALEXITHYMIA EMOTION_INTELLIGENCE
TAS_2 It is hard to find the right words for my emotions Baseline AFFECT ALEXITHYMIA EMOTION_INTELLIGENCE
TAS_3 I have physical experiences that even doctors don't understand Baseline AFFECT ALEXITHYMIA EMOTION_INTELLIGENCE
TAS_4 I can easily describe my feelings Baseline AFFECT ALEXITHYMIA EMOTION_INTELLIGENCE
TAS_5 I choose to analyse my poblems rather than just describe them Baseline AFFECT ALEXITHYMIA EMOTION_INTELLIGENCE
DSM_PTSD_16 Irritability or anger tantrums. Baseline CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS POST_TRAUMATIC_STRESS PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
TAS_6 When I'm upset I don't know whether I'm angry, sad, or scared Baseline AFFECT ALEXITHYMIA EMOTION_INTELLIGENCE
TAS_7 I'm often riddled by my bodily sensations Baseline AFFECT ALEXITHYMIA EMOTION_INTELLIGENCE
TAS_8 I'd rather let things go the natural course than understand why it went like it did Baseline AFFECT ALEXITHYMIA EMOTION_INTELLIGENCE
TAS_9 I have feelings that I can't really name Baseline AFFECT ALEXITHYMIA EMOTION_INTELLIGENCE
TAS_10 It is essential to be in touch with your emotions Baseline AFFECT ALEXITHYMIA EMOTION_INTELLIGENCE
TAS_11 I think it's hard to describe what my feelings towards others are Baseline AFFECT ALEXITHYMIA EMOTION_INTELLIGENCE
TAS_12 People ask me to describe my feelings more Baseline AFFECT ALEXITHYMIA EMOTION_INTELLIGENCE
TAS_13 I don't know what's going on inside me Baseline AFFECT ALEXITHYMIA EMOTION_INTELLIGENCE
TAS_14 I often do not know why I'm upset Baseline AFFECT ALEXITHYMIA EMOTION_INTELLIGENCE
TAS_15 I'd rather talk to people about their daily activities instead of their feelings Baseline AFFECT ALEXITHYMIA EMOTION_INTELLIGENCE
TAS_16 I rather watch light amusement shows than psychological dramas Baseline AFFECT ALEXITHYMIA EMOTION_INTELLIGENCE
TAS_17 It is hard for me to show my feelings even to my closest friends Baseline AFFECT ALEXITHYMIA EMOTION_INTELLIGENCE
TAS_18 I can feel very close to someone, even in moments of silence Baseline AFFECT ALEXITHYMIA EMOTION_INTELLIGENCE
TAS_19 I find it useful to explore feeling when resolving personal issues Baseline AFFECT ALEXITHYMIA EMOTION_INTELLIGENCE
TAS_20 Looking for hidden meaning in films and plays makes watching them less enjoyable Baseline AFFECT ALEXITHYMIA EMOTION_INTELLIGENCE
PSS_1 How often have you been upset because of something that happened unexpectedly? Baseline PSYCHOPATHOLOGY STRESS SYMPTOMS
PSS_2 How often have you felt that you were unable to control the important things in your life? Baseline PSYCHOPATHOLOGY STRESS SYMPTOMS
PSS_3 How often have you felt nervous and “stressed”? Baseline PSYCHOPATHOLOGY STRESS SYMPTOMS
PSS_4 How often have you felt confident about your ability to handle your personal problems? Baseline PSYCHOPATHOLOGY STRESS SYMPTOMS
PSS_5 How often have you felt that things were going your way? Baseline PSYCHOPATHOLOGY STRESS SYMPTOMS
PSS_6 How often have you found that you could not cope with all the things that you had to do Baseline PSYCHOPATHOLOGY STRESS SYMPTOMS
PSS_7 How often have you been able to control irritations in your life? Baseline PSYCHOPATHOLOGY STRESS SYMPTOMS
PSS_8 How often have you felt that you were on top of things? Baseline PSYCHOPATHOLOGY STRESS SYMPTOMS
PSS_9 How often have you been angered because of things that were outside your control? Baseline PSYCHOPATHOLOGY STRESS SYMPTOMS
PSS_10 How often have you felt difficulties were piling up so high that you could not overcome them? Baseline PSYCHOPATHOLOGY STRESS SYMPTOMS
NLEQ_1 Failed a school activity Baseline EVENT SITUATION_CONTEXT STRESS
NLEQ_2 Failed a school activity. (If yes) how much did you suffer? Baseline EVENT SITUATION_CONTEXT STRESS
NLEQ_3 negative reaction by loved ones to bad school performance Baseline EVENT SITUATION_CONTEXT STRESS
NLEQ_4 negative reaction by loved ones to bad school performance. (If yes) how much did you suffer? Baseline EVENT SITUATION_CONTEXT STRESS
DSM_PTSD_17 Problems concentrating. Baseline CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS POST_TRAUMATIC_STRESS PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
NLEQ_5 worse school performance than expected Baseline EVENT SITUATION_CONTEXT STRESS
NLEQ_6 worse school performance than expected. (If yes) how much did you suffer? Baseline EVENT SITUATION_CONTEXT STRESS
NLEQ_7 conflict with family member Baseline EVENT SITUATION_CONTEXT STRESS
NLEQ_8 conflict with family member. (If yes) how much did you suffer? Baseline EVENT SITUATION_CONTEXT STRESS
NLEQ_9 death of family member Baseline EVENT SITUATION_CONTEXT STRESS
NLEQ_10 death of family member. (If yes) how much did you suffer? Baseline EVENT SITUATION_CONTEXT STRESS
NLEQ_11 problem (medical, emotional, ,,,) family member Baseline EVENT SITUATION_CONTEXT STRESS
NLEQ_12 problem (medical, emotional, ,,,) family member. (If yes) how much did you suffer? Baseline EVENT SITUATION_CONTEXT STRESS
NLEQ_13 marital problems parents Baseline EVENT SITUATION_CONTEXT STRESS
NLEQ_14 marital problems parents. (If yes) how much did you suffer? Baseline EVENT SITUATION_CONTEXT STRESS
NLEQ_15 financial problems Baseline EVENT SITUATION_CONTEXT STRESS
NLEQ_16 financial problems. (If yes) how much did you suffer? Baseline EVENT SITUATION_CONTEXT STRESS
NLEQ_17 wanted a partner but had none Baseline EVENT SITUATION_CONTEXT STRESS
NLEQ_18 wanted a partner but had none. (If yes) how much did you suffer? Baseline EVENT SITUATION_CONTEXT STRESS
NLEQ_19 unreciprocal love Baseline EVENT SITUATION_CONTEXT STRESS
NLEQ_20 unreciprocal love. (If yes) how much did you suffer? Baseline EVENT SITUATION_CONTEXT STRESS
NLEQ_21 ever had a partner? Baseline EVENT SITUATION_CONTEXT STRESS
NLEQ_22 break up Baseline EVENT SITUATION_CONTEXT STRESS
NLEQ_23 break up. (If yes) how much did you suffer? Baseline EVENT SITUATION_CONTEXT STRESS
NLEQ_24 partner cheated Baseline EVENT SITUATION_CONTEXT STRESS
NLEQ_25 partner cheated. (If yes) how much did you suffer? Baseline EVENT SITUATION_CONTEXT STRESS
NLEQ_26 physical or emotional abuse by partner Baseline EVENT SITUATION_CONTEXT STRESS
NLEQ_27 physical or emotional abuse by partner. (If yes) how much did you suffer? Baseline EVENT SITUATION_CONTEXT STRESS
NLEQ_28 problem partner Baseline EVENT SITUATION_CONTEXT STRESS
NLEQ_29 problem partner. (If yes) how much did you suffer? Baseline EVENT SITUATION_CONTEXT STRESS
NLEQ_30 missed partner for longer period of time Baseline EVENT SITUATION_CONTEXT STRESS
SEDAS_12 important not to feel negative Baseline AFFECT BELIEF SOCIAL_DESIRABILITY
NLEQ_31 missed partner for longer period of time. (If yes) how much did you suffer? Baseline EVENT SITUATION_CONTEXT STRESS
NLEQ_32 conflict friends Baseline EVENT SITUATION_CONTEXT STRESS
NLEQ_33 conflict friends. (If yes) how much did you suffer? Baseline EVENT SITUATION_CONTEXT STRESS
NLEQ_34 broke contact with friend Baseline EVENT SITUATION_CONTEXT STRESS
NLEQ_35 broke contact with friend. (If yes) how much did you suffer? Baseline EVENT SITUATION_CONTEXT STRESS
NLEQ_36 gossip Baseline EVENT SITUATION_CONTEXT STRESS
NLEQ_37 gossip. (If yes) how much did you suffer? Baseline EVENT SITUATION_CONTEXT STRESS
NLEQ_38 death of friend Baseline EVENT SITUATION_CONTEXT STRESS
NLEQ_39 death of friend. (If yes) how much did you suffer? Baseline EVENT SITUATION_CONTEXT STRESS
NLEQ_40 felt left out, ignored Baseline EVENT SITUATION_CONTEXT STRESS
NLEQ_41 felt left out, ignored. (If yes) how much did you suffer? Baseline EVENT SITUATION_CONTEXT STRESS
NLEQ_42 fewer friends than I want Baseline EVENT SITUATION_CONTEXT STRESS
NLEQ_43 fewer friends than I want. (If yes) how much did you suffer? Baseline EVENT SITUATION_CONTEXT STRESS
NLEQ_44 health issues Baseline EVENT SITUATION_CONTEXT STRESS
NLEQ_45 health issues. (If yes) how much did you suffer? Baseline EVENT SITUATION_CONTEXT STRESS
NLEQ_46 witnessed accident or fellony Baseline EVENT SITUATION_CONTEXT STRESS
NLEQ_47 witnessed accident or fellony. (If yes) how much did you suffer? Baseline EVENT SITUATION_CONTEXT STRESS
NLEQ_48 legal problems Baseline EVENT SITUATION_CONTEXT STRESS
NLEQ_49 legal problems. (If yes) how much did you suffer? Baseline EVENT SITUATION_CONTEXT STRESS
SEDAS_1 important to feel positive Baseline AFFECT BELIEF SOCIAL_DESIRABILITY
SEDAS_2 try alway to have positive feelings Baseline AFFECT BELIEF SOCIAL_DESIRABILITY
SEDAS_3 feeling positive is normal Baseline AFFECT BELIEF SOCIAL_DESIRABILITY
SEDAS_4 feeling positive is an important part of life Baseline AFFECT BELIEF SOCIAL_DESIRABILITY
SEDAS_5 should feel positive Baseline AFFECT BELIEF SOCIAL_DESIRABILITY
SEDAS_6 important that others se eme as a positive person Baseline AFFECT BELIEF SOCIAL_DESIRABILITY
SEDAS_7 others expect me to feel positive Baseline AFFECT BELIEF SOCIAL_DESIRABILITY
SEDAS_8 people like me better when I feel positive Baseline AFFECT BELIEF SOCIAL_DESIRABILITY
SEDAS_9 I believe that feeling positive is normal in society Baseline AFFECT BELIEF SOCIAL_DESIRABILITY
SEDAS_10 it is acceptable to feel positive Baseline AFFECT BELIEF SOCIAL_DESIRABILITY
SEDAS_11 society expects people to feel positive Baseline AFFECT BELIEF SOCIAL_DESIRABILITY
DSM_PTSD_18 Excessive vigilance. Baseline CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS POST_TRAUMATIC_STRESS PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
SEDAS_13 try to avoid negative feelings Baseline AFFECT BELIEF SOCIAL_DESIRABILITY
SEDAS_14 feeling negative is normal Baseline AFFECT BELIEF SOCIAL_DESIRABILITY
SEDAS_15 feeling negative if an important part of life Baseline AFFECT BELIEF SOCIAL_DESIRABILITY
SEDAS_16 I shouldn't feel negative Baseline AFFECT BELIEF SOCIAL_DESIRABILITY
SEDAS_17 Important that others don't see me as a negative person Baseline AFFECT BELIEF SOCIAL_DESIRABILITY
SEDAS_18 Other expect me not to feel negative Baseline AFFECT BELIEF SOCIAL_DESIRABILITY
SEDAS_19 people find me less nice when I feel negative Baseline AFFECT BELIEF SOCIAL_DESIRABILITY
SEDAS_20 I believe that feeling negative is normal in society Baseline AFFECT BELIEF SOCIAL_DESIRABILITY
SEDAS_21 I believe it is socially accepted to feel negative Baseline AFFECT BELIEF SOCIAL_DESIRABILITY
SEDAS_22 society expects people not to feel negative Baseline AFFECT BELIEF SOCIAL_DESIRABILITY
RSQ_1 I ask for help to deal with the problem Baseline EMOTION_REGULATION PROBLEM_SOLVING STRATEGY
RSQ_2 I think about how only I feel this way Baseline EMOTION_REGULATION RUMINATION STRATEGY
RSQ_3 I think I won't be able to work because I feel so bad Baseline EMOTION_REGULATION RUMINATION STRATEGY
RSQ_4 I think about my fatigue and pain Baseline EMOTION_REGULATION RUMINATION STRATEGY
RSQ_5 I think about how hard it is to concentrate Baseline EMOTION_REGULATION RUMINATION STRATEGY
RSQ_6 I try to look at the situation in a positive way Baseline DISTRACTION EMOTION_REGULATION STRATEGY
RSQ_7 I think: I'm going to do something to make me feel better Baseline DISTRACTION EMOTION_REGULATION STRATEGY
RSQ_8 I help someone else to take my mind off things Baseline DISTRACTION EMOTION_REGULATION STRATEGY
RSQ_9 I think about how passive and unmotivated I feel Baseline EMOTION_REGULATION RUMINATION STRATEGY
RSQ_10 I remind myself that this feeling won't last forever Baseline DISTRACTION EMOTION_REGULATION STRATEGY
RSQ_11 I analyze recent events to understand why I feel depressed Baseline EMOTION_REGULATION RUMINATION STRATEGY
RSQ_12 I think about how I don't seem to feel anything Baseline EMOTION_REGULATION RUMINATION STRATEGY
RSQ_13 I think: why can't I get started Baseline EMOTION_REGULATION RUMINATION STRATEGY
RSQ_14 I wonder why I always react this way Baseline EMOTION_REGULATION RUMINATION STRATEGY
RSQ_15 I go to one of my favourite places to think about my feelings Baseline DISTRACTION EMOTION_REGULATION STRATEGY
RSQ_16 I go out alone and think about why I'm feeling this way Baseline EMOTION_REGULATION RUMINATION STRATEGY
RSQ_17 I talk to someone whose judgement I appreciate Baseline EMOTION_REGULATION PROBLEM_SOLVING STRATEGY
RSQ_18 I think I will concentrate on something other than my feelings Baseline DISTRACTION EMOTION_REGULATION STRATEGY
RSQ_19 I write down what i'm thinking and analyze it Baseline EMOTION_REGULATION RUMINATION STRATEGY
RSQ_20 I do something that has helped in the past to make me feel better Baseline DISTRACTION EMOTION_REGULATION STRATEGY
RSQ_21 I think about a recent event which I wanted to have gone better Baseline EMOTION_REGULATION RUMINATION STRATEGY
RSQ_22 I think: go outside and have some fun Baseline DISTRACTION EMOTION_REGULATION STRATEGY
RSQ_23 I think of a plan to deal with the problem Baseline EMOTION_REGULATION PROBLEM_SOLVING STRATEGY
RSQ_24 I stay away from people Baseline EMOTION_REGULATION PROBLEM_SOLVING STRATEGY
RSQ_25 I focus on my work Baseline DISTRACTION EMOTION_REGULATION STRATEGY
RSQ_26 I wonder why I have these problems and others don't Baseline EMOTION_REGULATION RUMINATION STRATEGY
RSQ_27 I think about how sad I feel Baseline EMOTION_REGULATION RUMINATION STRATEGY
RSQ_28 I think about my faillures Baseline EMOTION_REGULATION RUMINATION STRATEGY
PANAS_NL_14 Proud Follow_up AFFECT POSITIVE_AFFECT
RSQ_29 I do something I enjoy Baseline DISTRACTION EMOTION_REGULATION STRATEGY
RSQ_30 I think about how I don't feel like doing anything Baseline EMOTION_REGULATION RUMINATION STRATEGY
PANAS_NL_15 Guilty Follow_up AFFECT NEGATIVE_AFFECT
RSQ_31 I do something fun with a friend Baseline DISTRACTION EMOTION_REGULATION STRATEGY
RSQ_32 I analyse my personality Baseline EMOTION_REGULATION RUMINATION STRATEGY
RSQ_33 I go somewhere on my own to think about my feelings Baseline EMOTION_REGULATION RUMINATION STRATEGY
RSQ_34 I think about how mad I am at myself Baseline EMOTION_REGULATION RUMINATION STRATEGY
RSQ_35 I listen to sad music Baseline EMOTION_REGULATION RUMINATION STRATEGY
RSQ_36 I think about the reasons I feel sad Baseline EMOTION_REGULATION RUMINATION STRATEGY
RSQ_37 I try to understand my depressed feelings Baseline EMOTION_REGULATION RUMINATION STRATEGY
RSQ_38 I think: I won't be able to work if I don't get over this Baseline EMOTION_REGULATION RUMINATION STRATEGY
RSQ_39 I think: what did I do to deserve this Baseline EMOTION_REGULATION RUMINATION STRATEGY
RSQ_40 I think that I won't be able to concentrate if I keep feeling this way Baseline EMOTION_REGULATION RUMINATION STRATEGY
RSQ_41 I think: why can't things go better Baseline EMOTION_REGULATION RUMINATION STRATEGY
RPA_1 I think: "I can do anything". Baseline EMOTION_REGULATION POSITIVE_AFFECT STRATEGY
RPA_2 I think about how proud I am with myself. Baseline EMOTION_REGULATION POSITIVE_AFFECT STRATEGY
RPA_3 I think: "people will think I'm arrogant" Baseline EMOTION_REGULATION RUMINATION STRATEGY
RPA_4 I think: "this is too good to be true" Baseline EMOTION_REGULATION RUMINATION STRATEGY
RPA_5 I think about how strong I feel Baseline EMOTION_REGULATION POSITIVE_AFFECT STRATEGY
RPA_6 I enjoy the moment Baseline EMOTION_REGULATION POSITIVE_AFFECT STRATEGY
RPA_7 I think: "I do everything I can" Baseline EMOTION_REGULATION POSITIVE_AFFECT STRATEGY
RPA_8 I think about things that went wrong for me Baseline EMOTION_REGULATION RUMINATION STRATEGY
RPA_9 I remind myself that these feelings won't last long Baseline EMOTION_REGULATION RUMINATION STRATEGY
RPA_10 I notice I am full of energy Baseline EMOTION_REGULATION POSITIVE_AFFECT STRATEGY
RPA_11 I think: "I can make everything work" Baseline EMOTION_REGULATION POSITIVE_AFFECT STRATEGY
RPA_12 I think I am ready to begin Baseline EMOTION_REGULATION POSITIVE_AFFECT STRATEGY
RPA_13 I think my luck will soon run out Baseline EMOTION_REGULATION RUMINATION STRATEGY
RPA_14 I think about how hard it is to keep focus Baseline EMOTION_REGULATION RUMINATION STRATEGY
RPA_15 I think about how happy I'm feeling Baseline EMOTION_REGULATION POSITIVE_AFFECT STRATEGY
RPA_16 I think of things that could go wrong Baseline EMOTION_REGULATION RUMINATION STRATEGY
RPA_17 I think: "I don't deserve this" Baseline EMOTION_REGULATION RUMINATION STRATEGY
UCLA_1 in tune with people around you Baseline LONELINESS SOCIAL
UCLA_2 lack companionship Baseline LONELINESS SOCIAL
UCLA_3 no one to turn to Baseline LONELINESS SOCIAL
UCLA_4 feel alone Baseline LONELINESS SOCIAL
UCLA_5 part of a group of friends Baseline LONELINESS SOCIAL
UCLA_6 a lot in common with people around you Baseline LONELINESS SOCIAL
UCLA_7 no longer close to anyone Baseline LONELINESS SOCIAL
UCLA_8 interests and ideas are not shared Baseline LONELINESS SOCIAL
DSM_PTSD_19 Excessive startle responses. Baseline CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS POST_TRAUMATIC_STRESS PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
UCLA_9 feel extraverted and friendly Baseline LONELINESS SOCIAL
UCLA_10 feel close to people Baseline LONELINESS SOCIAL
UCLA_11 feel left out Baseline LONELINESS SOCIAL
UCLA_12 feel that relations with others are not meaningful Baseline LONELINESS SOCIAL
UCLA_13 no one really knows you well Baseline LONELINESS SOCIAL
UCLA_14 isolated from others Baseline LONELINESS SOCIAL
UCLA_15 you can find companionship if you want it Baseline LONELINESS SOCIAL
UCLA_16 there are people who really understand you Baseline LONELINESS SOCIAL
UCLA_17 feel shy Baseline LONELINESS SOCIAL
UCLA_18 like people are around you but not with you Baseline LONELINESS SOCIAL
UCLA_19 there are people you can talk to Baseline LONELINESS SOCIAL
UCLA_20 there are people you can count on Baseline LONELINESS SOCIAL
NFA_1 I am affraid of feeling emotions Baseline AFFECT BELIEF
NFA_2 I fin dit hard to tell people close to me that I love them Baseline AFFECT BELIEF
NFA_3 I have to experience strong emotions regularly Baseline AFFECT BELIEF
NFA_4 emotions help people go through life Baseline AFFECT BELIEF
NFA_5 I am an emotional person Baseline AFFECT BELIEF
NFA_6 I think it is important to explore emotions Baseline AFFECT BELIEF
NFA_7 I approach situation in which I expect to experience intense emotions Baseline AFFECT BELIEF
NFA_8 I try to avoid intense emotions as I find them overwhelming Baseline AFFECT BELIEF
NFA_9 I choose not to experience emotional highs and lows Baseline AFFECT BELIEF
NFA_10 I don't know how to deal with my emotions, so I avoid them Baseline AFFECT BELIEF
NFA_11 Emotions are dangerous, they often result in situations I'd rather avoid Baseline AFFECT BELIEF
NFA_12 It is always wrong to act upon your emotions Baseline AFFECT BELIEF
NFA_13 We should surrender to our emotions Baseline AFFECT BELIEF
NFA_14 displays of emotions are sometimes embarrassing Baseline AFFECT BELIEF
NFA_15 strong emotions are generaly beneficial Baseline AFFECT BELIEF
NFA_16 people function most effectively when they don't experience strong emotions Baseline AFFECT BELIEF
NFA_17 experience of emotions promotes human survival Baseline AFFECT BELIEF
NFA_18 I feel it's important to be in touch with my emotions Baseline AFFECT BELIEF
NFA_19 I think it's important to know how others are feeling Baseline AFFECT BELIEF
NFA_20 I get stuck in my emotions Baseline AFFECT BELIEF
NFA_21 I wish I felt less emotions Baseline AFFECT BELIEF
NFA_22 avoiding emotional events helps me sleep at night Baseline AFFECT BELIEF
NFA_23 sometimes I am affraid of how I would act when I get emotional Baseline AFFECT BELIEF
NFA_24 I feel the need to cry sometimes Baseline AFFECT BELIEF
NFA_25 I would like to be rational and have fewer emotions Baseline AFFECT BELIEF
NFA_26 I love to decorate my bedroom with items that have emotional value Baseline AFFECT BELIEF
UNABLE_SCHOOL Have you ever (or for w2 and w3 since the last time) not been able to work or go to school? Baseline EDUCATION WELL_BEING
COUNSELLING Have you ever (or for w2 and w3 since the last time) sought psychological counseling Baseline HELP_SEEK PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
MEDICATION Do you use any kind of medication? Baseline MEDICATION PHYSICAL_HEALTH
HELP_SEEK Have you ever (or for w2 and w3 since the last time) been advised to seek psychological help? Baseline HELP_SEEK PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
HOSPITAL_PSYCH Have you ever (or for w2 and w3 since the last time) been admitted for psychological problems? Baseline HELP_SEEK PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_DEP_1 Depressed mood during the biggest part of the day, almost every day. Baseline CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DEPRESSION DIAGNOSIS PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_DEP_2 Clear decrease of pleasure in activities that are normally pleasurable. Baseline CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DEPRESSION DIAGNOSIS PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_DEP_3 Weightgain or loss (the latter without diet) or increased/decreased appetite. Baseline CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DEPRESSION DIAGNOSIS PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_DEP_4 Indication wether or not there was weightloss. Baseline CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DEPRESSION DIAGNOSIS PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_DEP_5 Indication wether or not there was weightgain. Baseline CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DEPRESSION DIAGNOSIS PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_DEP_6 Insomnia or hypersomnia almost every day. Criterion present or not. Baseline CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DEPRESSION DIAGNOSIS PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_DEP_7 Indication wether or not there was insomnia. Baseline CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DEPRESSION DIAGNOSIS PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_DEP_8 Indication wether or not there was hypersomnia. Baseline CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DEPRESSION DIAGNOSIS PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_DEP_9 Psychomotor agitation or retardation almost every day. Criterion present or not. Baseline CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DEPRESSION DIAGNOSIS PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_DEP_10 Indication wether or not there was retardation of psychomotor functions. Baseline CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DEPRESSION DIAGNOSIS PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_DEP_11 Indication wether or not there was agitation of psychomotor functions. Baseline CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DEPRESSION DIAGNOSIS PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_DEP_12 Fatigue or energy loss, almost every day. Baseline CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DEPRESSION DIAGNOSIS PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_DEP_13 Feelings of worthlessness of excessive guilt, almost every day. Baseline CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DEPRESSION DIAGNOSIS PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_DEP_14 Indication whether the feelings included wortlessness. Baseline CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DEPRESSION DIAGNOSIS PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_DEP_15 Indication whether the feelings included guilt. Baseline CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DEPRESSION DIAGNOSIS PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_DEP_16 Impaired ability to think or concentrate or descision making. Criterion present or not. Baseline CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DEPRESSION DIAGNOSIS PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_DEP_17 Indication wether or not there were problems with thinking. Baseline CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DEPRESSION DIAGNOSIS PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_DEP_18 Indication wether or not there were problems with descisionmaking. Baseline CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DEPRESSION DIAGNOSIS PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_DEP_19 Recurrent thoughts of death, suicide thoughts with or without a specific plan or an attempt to commit suicide. Baseline CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DEPRESSION DIAGNOSIS PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_DEP_20 Indication wether thoughts about death occurred. Baseline CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DEPRESSION DIAGNOSIS PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_DEP_21 Indication wether thoughts about suicide occurred. Baseline CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DEPRESSION DIAGNOSIS PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_DEP_22 Indication wether there was a suicide plan. Baseline CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DEPRESSION DIAGNOSIS PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_DEP_23 Indication wether there was an attempted suicide. Baseline CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DEPRESSION DIAGNOSIS PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_DEP_24 Symptoms above cause severe suffering or limitations in daily life (social, professional or otherwise) Baseline CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DEPRESSION DIAGNOSIS PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_DEP_25 Symptoms are not caused by direct effects of drugs, medication or any somatic condition. Baseline CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DEPRESSION DIAGNOSIS PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_DEP_26 Symptoms can not be explained by a process of mourning. Baseline CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DEPRESSION DIAGNOSIS PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_PTSD_20 Duration of symptoms is more than one month. Baseline CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS POST_TRAUMATIC_STRESS PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_DEP_27 At what age did the episode occur? Baseline CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DEPRESSION DIAGNOSIS PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_DEP_28 How many episodes did one experience? Baseline CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DEPRESSION DIAGNOSIS PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_DEP_29 Indication wether or not the depressive feelings occurred in the past. Baseline CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DEPRESSION DIAGNOSIS PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_DEP_30 Indication wether or not the depressive feelings occurred in the present. Baseline CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DEPRESSION DIAGNOSIS PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_MAN_1 Abnormal and continuously heightend, expansive or agitated mood for at least one week. Baseline CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS MANIA PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_MAN_2 Indication wether it concerned and expansive mood. Baseline CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS MANIA PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_MAN_3 Indication wether it concerned an agitated mood. Baseline CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS MANIA PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_MAN_4 Duration of the episode. Baseline CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS MANIA PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_MAN_5 Feelings of mania are at least present for 4 days Baseline CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS MANIA PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_MAN_6 Inflated feelings of selfworth or delusions of grandeur. Baseline CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS MANIA PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_MAN_7 decreased need for sleep. Baseline CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS MANIA PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_MAN_8 Expansion of talkativeness. Baseline CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS MANIA PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_MAN_9 A rush of thoughts or the subjective experience of thoughts rushing. Baseline CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS MANIA PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_MAN_10 Heightened distractability. Baseline CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS MANIA PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_MAN_11 Increase of goaldirected activity or psychomotor agitation. Baseline CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS MANIA PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_MAN_12 Indication wether it concerned heightened activity. Baseline CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS MANIA PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_MAN_13 Indication wether it concerned psychomotor agitation. Baseline CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS MANIA PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_MAN_14 Impulsiveness in which no consequence at all (even if very harmful) is considerred. Baseline CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS MANIA PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_MAN_15 Symptoms above cause severe suffering or limitations in work or relations with others or cause an admission in hospital. Baseline CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS MANIA PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_MAN_16 The episode causes an unmistakable change in functioning that does not occur in symptom-free periods. Baseline CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS MANIA PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_MAN_17 The episode and the changes can be noticed by others. Baseline CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS MANIA PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_MAN_18 Symptoms above are not caused by the direct effects of drugs, medication or any somatic disorder. Baseline CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS MANIA PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_MAN_19 At what age did the episode occur? Baseline CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS MANIA PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_MAN_20 How many episodes did one experience? Baseline CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS MANIA PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_MAN_21 Indication wether or not the episode is current. Baseline CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS MANIA PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_MAN_22 Indication wether or not the episode was in the past. Baseline CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS MANIA PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_PAN_1 Recurrent, unexpected panic attacks. Baseline CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS PANIC PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_PAN_3 After at least one of the episodes there was an extreme concern about the meaning of the attack, worriedness about having another attack or a clear change of behaviour because of the attacks. Baseline CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS PANIC PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_PAN_4 symptoms of the panic attack occur sudden en quickly. Baseline CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS PANIC PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_PAN_5 Increased heartrate. Baseline CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS PANIC PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_PAN_6 Transpiration. Baseline CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS PANIC PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_PAN_7 Trembling. Baseline CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS PANIC PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_PAN_8 Shortness of breath or suffication. Baseline CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS PANIC PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_PAN_9 suffication. Baseline CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS PANIC PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
PANAS_NL_16 Attentive Follow_up AFFECT POSITIVE_AFFECT
DSM_PAN_10 Chestpain. Baseline CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS PANIC PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_PAN_11 Stomach upset, nausea or symptoms of gastric discomfort. Baseline CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS PANIC PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
PANAS_NL_17 Inspired Follow_up AFFECT POSITIVE_AFFECT
DSM_PAN_12 Dizzyness, lightheadedness, or feelings of instability. Baseline CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS PANIC PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_PAN_13 A sense of derealisation (being outside onesself). Baseline CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS PANIC PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_PAN_14 Fear of loss of selfcontrol or insanity. Baseline CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS PANIC PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_PAN_15 Fear of death. Baseline CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS PANIC PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_PAN_16 Numb, tingeling feelings. Baseline CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS PANIC PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_PAN_17 Hot flashes or cold chills. Baseline CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS PANIC PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_PAN_18 Symptoms above are not caused by the direct effects of drugs, medication or any somatic disorder. Baseline CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS PANIC PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_PAN_19 The feelings of panic are not better explained by any other psychiatric disorder. Baseline CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS PANIC PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_AGO_1 Fear in places from where escape is difficult, or no help would be available in case of a panic attack. Baseline AGORAPHOBIA CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_AGO_2 Situations are avoided or gone through with clear suffering or fear. Baseline AGORAPHOBIA CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_AGO_3 Age of onset. Baseline AGORAPHOBIA CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_AGO_4 Fear in places from where escape is difficult or no help will be available in case of a panic attack. Baseline AGORAPHOBIA CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_AGO_6 Less than 4 panic symptoms are present. Baseline AGORAPHOBIA CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_AGO_7 Dizzyness or feelings of fainting. Baseline AGORAPHOBIA CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_AGO_8 Feelings of depersonalisation or derealisation. Baseline AGORAPHOBIA CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_AGO_9 Feelings of incontinence. Baseline AGORAPHOBIA CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_AGO_10 Nausea or vomitting. Baseline AGORAPHOBIA CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_AGO_11 Fear of heartdisease. Baseline AGORAPHOBIA CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_AGO_12 Other; specify! Baseline AGORAPHOBIA CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_AGO_13 Feared situations are avoided or experienced with extreme suffering or fear. Baseline AGORAPHOBIA CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_AGO_14 The symptoms are not better explained by any other psychiatric disorder. Baseline AGORAPHOBIA CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_AGO_15 The symptoms are not caused by the direct effects of drugs, medication or a physiological condition. Baseline AGORAPHOBIA CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_AGO_16 In case there is a somatic disorder present, fear for the consequences of this disorder is clearly more severe than expected for this condition. Baseline AGORAPHOBIA CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_AGO_17 Experience of symptoms during the last month. Baseline AGORAPHOBIA CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_AGO_18 1 light, 2 moderate, 3 severe (see other criteria about severity) Baseline AGORAPHOBIA CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_AGO_19 Age of onset. Baseline AGORAPHOBIA CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_SOC_1 Anxiety for one or more situations in which social functioning is required or performance situation in which critical judgement of others is possible. Baseline CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SOCIAL_ANXIETY
DSM_SOC_3 Indication wether fear contains speaking in public. Baseline CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SOCIAL_ANXIETY
DSM_PTSD_21 Symptoms cause significant suffering or limitations in daily life. Baseline CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS POST_TRAUMATIC_STRESS PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_SOC_4 Indication wether fear contains eating in public. Baseline CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SOCIAL_ANXIETY
DSM_SOC_5 Indication wether fear contains writing in public. Baseline CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SOCIAL_ANXIETY
DSM_SOC_6 Indication wether having a conversation with a stranger evokes fear. Baseline CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SOCIAL_ANXIETY
DSM_SOC_7 Indication wether taking part in a small group evokes fear. Baseline CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SOCIAL_ANXIETY
DSM_SOC_8 Indication wether going out to a party evokes fear. Baseline CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SOCIAL_ANXIETY
DSM_SOC_9 Indication wether talking to someone with authority evokes fear. Baseline CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SOCIAL_ANXIETY
DSM_SOC_10 General social situations evoke fear. Baseline CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SOCIAL_ANXIETY
DSM_SOC_11 Other; specify! Baseline CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SOCIAL_ANXIETY
DSM_SOC_12 Feared behaviour (embarressing behaviour) contains blushing. Baseline CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SOCIAL_ANXIETY
DSM_SOC_13 Feared behaviour (embarressing behaviour) contains trembling. Baseline CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SOCIAL_ANXIETY
DSM_SOC_14 Feared behaviour containes sweating. Baseline CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SOCIAL_ANXIETY
DSM_SOC_15 Feared behaviour contains blocking. Baseline CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SOCIAL_ANXIETY
DSM_SOC_16 Feared behaviour contains other loss of control. Baseline CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SOCIAL_ANXIETY
DSM_SOC_17 Fear of interaction. Baseline CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SOCIAL_ANXIETY
DSM_SOC_18 Fear of performance. Baseline CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SOCIAL_ANXIETY
DSM_SOC_19 Exposure to the feared situation evokes fear, without exception, possibly leading up to a panic attack. Baseline CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SOCIAL_ANXIETY
DSM_SOC_20 Subject is aware of injustness or extreme severity of fear. Baseline CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SOCIAL_ANXIETY
DSM_SOC_21 Feared situation is avoided or experienced with extreme fear or suffering. Baseline CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SOCIAL_ANXIETY
DSM_SOC_22 The symptoms cause severe impairment in daily functioning. Baseline CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SOCIAL_ANXIETY
DSM_SOC_23 Duration of the episode. Baseline CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SOCIAL_ANXIETY
DSM_SOC_24 The symptoms are not caused by the direct effects of drugs, medication or a physiological condition. Baseline CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SOCIAL_ANXIETY
DSM_SOC_25 The symptoms are not better explained by any other psychiatric disorder. Baseline CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SOCIAL_ANXIETY
DSM_SOC_26 In case there is a somatic disorder present, fear for the consequences of this disorder is clearly more severe than expected for this condition. Baseline CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SOCIAL_ANXIETY
DSM_SOC_27 Experience of symptoms during the last month. Baseline CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SOCIAL_ANXIETY
DSM_SOC_28 1 light, 2 moderate, 3 severe (see other criteria about severity) Baseline CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SOCIAL_ANXIETY
DSM_SOC_29 4 partly in remission, 5 fully in remission, 6 history (see other criteria about remission) Baseline CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SOCIAL_ANXIETY
DSM_SOC_30 Number of months one is in remission. Baseline CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SOCIAL_ANXIETY
DSM_SOC_31 Age of onset. Baseline CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SOCIAL_ANXIETY
DSM_OCD_1 Either Thoughts or Impulses are present Baseline CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS OBSESSIVE_COMPULSIVE PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_OCD_2 Thoughts or impulses are not exaggerated concern with daily life Baseline CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS OBSESSIVE_COMPULSIVE PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_OCD_3 Subject tries to avoid, supress or ignore the impulses or thoughts, or neutralize them by an other act or thought. Baseline CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS OBSESSIVE_COMPULSIVE PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_PTSD_12 Feelings of alienation toward others. Baseline CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS POST_TRAUMATIC_STRESS PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_OCD_4 Subject is aware that the impulses etc. are the product of their own mind. Baseline CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS OBSESSIVE_COMPULSIVE PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_OCD_5 Repeated behaviour or psychological activity the subject feels forced to do OR rules that are applied very rigidly. Baseline CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS OBSESSIVE_COMPULSIVE PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_PTSD_22 symptoms were present during the last month Baseline CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS POST_TRAUMATIC_STRESS PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_OCD_6 The aim of the behaviour is to diminish fear. Baseline CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS OBSESSIVE_COMPULSIVE PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_OCD_7 Are the complaints/symptoms in the present. Baseline CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS OBSESSIVE_COMPULSIVE PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_PTSD_23 1 light, 2 moderate, 3 severe (see other criteria about severity) Baseline CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS POST_TRAUMATIC_STRESS PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_OCD_8 Subject is aware that the impulses etc. are exaggerated or injust. Baseline CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS OBSESSIVE_COMPULSIVE PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_OCD_9 IF the last is not the case: mark poor insight. Baseline CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS OBSESSIVE_COMPULSIVE PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_PTSD_24 Age of onset. Baseline CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS POST_TRAUMATIC_STRESS PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_OCD_10 The symptoms cause severe impairment in daily functioning and are very timeconsuming (at least one hour a day). Baseline CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS OBSESSIVE_COMPULSIVE PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_OCD_11 The symptoms are not better explained by any other psychiatric disorder. Baseline CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS OBSESSIVE_COMPULSIVE PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_GAD_1 Excessive fear or concern, during 6 months, more often present than not present for a number of events or activities. Baseline ANXIETY CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_OCD_12 The symptoms are not caused by the direct effects of drugs, medication or a physiological condition. Baseline CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS OBSESSIVE_COMPULSIVE PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_OCD_13 Did the symptoms occur during the last month? Baseline CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS OBSESSIVE_COMPULSIVE PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_GAD_2 Subjects experiences difficulties controlling the concern. Baseline ANXIETY CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_OCD_14 1 light, 2 moderate, 3 severe (see other criteria about severity) Baseline CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS OBSESSIVE_COMPULSIVE PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_OCD_15 4 partly in remission, 5 fully in remission, 6 history (see other criteria about remission) Baseline CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS OBSESSIVE_COMPULSIVE PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_OCD_16 Age of onset. Baseline CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS OBSESSIVE_COMPULSIVE PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
TRAUMA Subject experienced a traumatic event. Baseline EVENT SITUATION_CONTEXT STRESS
DSM_PTSD_1 Subject experienced or witnessed a traumatic event. Baseline CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS POST_TRAUMATIC_STRESS PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_PTSD_2 One of the reactions of the subject was intense fear, helplessness or horror. Baseline CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS POST_TRAUMATIC_STRESS PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_PTSD_3 By unpleasant, disturbing memories. Baseline CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS POST_TRAUMATIC_STRESS PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_PTSD_4 Recurrent nightmares. Baseline CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS POST_TRAUMATIC_STRESS PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_PTSD_5 Acting as if the traumatic event is occurring again. Baseline CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS POST_TRAUMATIC_STRESS PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_PTSD_6 Intense psychological suffering when stimuli (internal as well as external) symbolyze the traumatic event. Baseline CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS POST_TRAUMATIC_STRESS PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_PTSD_7 Physiological reaction when exposed to stimuli that symbolize the traumatic event. Baseline CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS POST_TRAUMATIC_STRESS PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_PTSD_8 Continuously avoiding stimuli referring to the trauma. Baseline CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS POST_TRAUMATIC_STRESS PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_PTSD_9 Avoiding acitivities, people or places involved with the trama. Baseline CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS POST_TRAUMATIC_STRESS PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_PTSD_10 Difficulties remembering important parts of the traumatic event. Baseline CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS POST_TRAUMATIC_STRESS PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_PTSD_11 Decreased interest in participating in important activities. Baseline CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS POST_TRAUMATIC_STRESS PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_GAD_3 Symptoms do not only occur during a mood disorder. Baseline ANXIETY CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_GAD_4 Restlessness, irritation, agitation. Baseline ANXIETY CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_GAD_5 Fatigue. Baseline ANXIETY CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_GAD_6 Problems concentrating or remembering. Baseline ANXIETY CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_GAD_7 Irritability. Baseline ANXIETY CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_GAD_8 Heightened muscular tension. Baseline ANXIETY CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_GAD_9 Sleepdisorders (trouble sleeping in or through the night). Baseline ANXIETY CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_GAD_10 problems/symptoms can not be contributed to any other disorder Baseline ANXIETY CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_GAD_11 problems/symptoms cause suffering in daily life Baseline ANXIETY CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_GAD_12 Problems/symptoms are not better explained by the use of drugs, the presence of a somatic disorder etc Baseline ANXIETY CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_GAD_13 Age of onset. Baseline ANXIETY CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_BPD_1 excessively trying to avoid actual or imagined abandonment. Baseline CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS PERSONALITY_DISORDER PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_BPD_2 Pattern of instable and intense interpersonal relations. Baseline CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS PERSONALITY_DISORDER PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_BPD_3 Persistent instable zelfimage en sense of self. Baseline CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS PERSONALITY_DISORDER PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_BPD_4 Impulsivity in at least 2 areas that could be harmful. Baseline CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS PERSONALITY_DISORDER PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_BPD_5 Reccurrent suicidal acts, gests, threaths or automutilation. Baseline CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS PERSONALITY_DISORDER PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_BPD_6 Affectlability as a result of extreme reactivity in mood. Baseline CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS PERSONALITY_DISORDER PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_BPD_7 Chronic feelings of emptiness. Baseline CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS PERSONALITY_DISORDER PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_BPD_8 Inadequate, intense anger or problems with anger management. Baseline CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS PERSONALITY_DISORDER PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_BPD_9 Passing, stress related, paranoide ideas or severe dissociative symptoms. Baseline CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS PERSONALITY_DISORDER PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
FLANKER_CG_NEG_ACC Flanker Congruent Negative Accuracy Baseline COGNITION EXECUTIVE_FUNCTION
FLANKER_CG_NEG_RT Flanker Congruent Negative Response Time Baseline COGNITION EXECUTIVE_FUNCTION
FLANKER_CG_POS_ACC Flanker Congruent Positive Accuracy Baseline COGNITION EXECUTIVE_FUNCTION
FLANKER_CG_POS_RT Flanker Congruent Positive Response Time Baseline COGNITION EXECUTIVE_FUNCTION
FLANKER_IG_NEG_ACC Flanker Incongruent Negative Accuracy Baseline COGNITION EXECUTIVE_FUNCTION
FLANKER_IG_NEG_RT Flanker Incongruent Negative Response Time Baseline COGNITION EXECUTIVE_FUNCTION
FLANKER_IG_POS_ACC Flanker Incongruent Positive Accuracy Baseline COGNITION EXECUTIVE_FUNCTION
FLANKER_IG_POS_RT Flanker Incongruent Positive Response Time Baseline COGNITION EXECUTIVE_FUNCTION
FLANKER_NEUT_NEG_ACC Flanker Neutral Negative Accuracy Baseline COGNITION EXECUTIVE_FUNCTION
FLANKER_NEUT_NEG_RT Flanker Neutral Negative Response Time Baseline COGNITION EXECUTIVE_FUNCTION
FLANKER_NEUT_POS_ACC Flanker Neutral Positive Accuracy Baseline COGNITION EXECUTIVE_FUNCTION
FLANKER_NEUT_POS_RT Flanker Neutral Positive Response Time Baseline COGNITION EXECUTIVE_FUNCTION
NBACK_ALL_ACC Nback all Accuracy Baseline COGNITION EXECUTIVE_FUNCTION
NBACK_ALL_RT Nback all Response Time Baseline COGNITION EXECUTIVE_FUNCTION
NBACK_MATCH_NEG_ACC Nback negative match Accuracy Baseline COGNITION EXECUTIVE_FUNCTION
NBACK_MATCH_NEG_RT Nback negative match Response Time Baseline COGNITION EXECUTIVE_FUNCTION
NBACK_NOMATCH_NEG_ACC Nback negative nonmatch Accuracy Baseline COGNITION EXECUTIVE_FUNCTION
NBACK_NOMATCH_NEG_RT Nback negative nonmatch Response Time Baseline COGNITION EXECUTIVE_FUNCTION
NBACK_MATCH_POS_ACC Nback positive match Accuracy Baseline COGNITION EXECUTIVE_FUNCTION
NBACK_MATCH_POS_RT Nback positive match Response Time Baseline COGNITION EXECUTIVE_FUNCTION
NBACK_NOMATCH_POS_ACC Nback positive nonmatch Accuracy Baseline COGNITION EXECUTIVE_FUNCTION
PANAS_NL_18 Nervous Follow_up AFFECT NEGATIVE_AFFECT
SWITCH_WC_POS_RT Switch word-color pos-pos Response Time Baseline COGNITION EXECUTIVE_FUNCTION
SWITCH_WC_NEG_ACC Switch word-color neg-neg Accuracy Baseline COGNITION EXECUTIVE_FUNCTION
SWITCH_WC_NEG_RT Switch word-color neg-neg Response Time Baseline COGNITION EXECUTIVE_FUNCTION
SWITCH_CC_NEG_ACC Switch color-color neg-neg Accuracy Baseline COGNITION EXECUTIVE_FUNCTION
SWITCH_CC_NEG_RT Switch color-color neg-neg Response Time Baseline COGNITION EXECUTIVE_FUNCTION
SWITCH_CC_POS_ACC Switch color-color pos-pos Accuracy Baseline COGNITION EXECUTIVE_FUNCTION
SWITCH_CC_POS_RT Switch color-color pos-pos Response Time Baseline COGNITION EXECUTIVE_FUNCTION
SWITCH_CW_NEG_ACC Switch color-word neg-neg Accuracy Baseline COGNITION EXECUTIVE_FUNCTION
SWITCH_CW_NEG_RT Switch color-word neg-neg Response Time Baseline COGNITION EXECUTIVE_FUNCTION
SWITCH_CW_POS_ACC Switch color-word pos-pos Accuracy Baseline COGNITION EXECUTIVE_FUNCTION
SWITCH_CW_POS_RT Switch color-word pos-pos Response Time Baseline COGNITION EXECUTIVE_FUNCTION
AGE Age (years) Follow_up DEMOGRAPHICS
GENDER Biological sex Follow_up DEMOGRAPHICS
EDU_3 study in higher education Follow_up DEMOGRAPHICS
EDU_4 how many exams did you do Follow_up DEMOGRAPHICS
EDU_5 how many exams did you pass Follow_up DEMOGRAPHICS
EDU_6 what was your scoring rate during the last exams Follow_up DEMOGRAPHICS
EDU_7 how did this compare to your expectations Follow_up DEMOGRAPHICS
ADPIV_BDL_TRAIT_4 I can not stand the thought of someone leaving me and would do anything in order to avoid it: To what extent do you agree with this statement? Follow_up PERSONALITY_DISORDER PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SYMPTOMS
ADPIV_BDL_DISTR_4 I can not stand the thought of someone leaving me and would do anything in order to avoid it.: Has this characteristic caused you or someone else grief? Follow_up PERSONALITY_DISORDER PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SYMPTOMS
ADPIV_BDL_TRAIT_17 My relations are intense and unsteady. My feelings about others change rapidly and greatly.: To what extent do you agree with this statement? Follow_up PERSONALITY_DISORDER PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SYMPTOMS
ADPIV_BDL_DISTR_17 My relations are intense and unsteady. My feelings about others change rapidly and greatly.: Has this characteristic caused you or someone else grief? Follow_up PERSONALITY_DISORDER PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SYMPTOMS
ADPIV_BDL_TRAIT_29 I am always insecure about who or what I am and about what's important in life. My sense of self and opinions change all the time.: To what extent do you agree with this statement? Follow_up PERSONALITY_DISORDER PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SYMPTOMS
ADPIV_BDL_DISTR_29 I am always insecure about who or what I am and about what's important in life. My sense of self and opinions change all the time.: Has this characteristic caused you or someone else grief? Follow_up PERSONALITY_DISORDER PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SYMPTOMS
ADPIV_BDL_TRAIT_41 I am very impulsive.: To what extent do you agree with this statement? Follow_up PERSONALITY_DISORDER PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SYMPTOMS
DASS21_18 I noticed I was touchy. Follow_up PSYCHOPATHOLOGY STRESS SYMPTOMS
DASS21_19 I was aware of my heartbeat while I was not doing any exercise. Follow_up ANXIETY PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SYMPTOMS
DASS21_20 I was anxious without a reason. Follow_up ANXIETY PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SYMPTOMS
DASS21_21 I felt my life had no meaning. Follow_up DEPRESSION PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SYMPTOMS
TIPI_1 Extraverted, enthusiastic. Follow_up PERSONALITY
TIPI_2 Critical, quarrelsome. Follow_up PERSONALITY
TIPI_3 Dependable, self-disciplined. Follow_up PERSONALITY
TIPI_4 Anxious, easily upset. Follow_up PERSONALITY
TIPI_5 Open to new experiences, complex. Follow_up PERSONALITY
TIPI_6 Reserved, quiet. Follow_up PERSONALITY
TIPI_7 Sympathetic, warm. Follow_up PERSONALITY
TIPI_8 Disorganized, careless. Follow_up PERSONALITY
ADPIV_BDL_DISTR_41 I am very impulsive.: Has this characteristic caused you or someone else grief? Follow_up PERSONALITY_DISORDER PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SYMPTOMS
ADPIV_BDL_TRAIT_53 I have often threatened to end my life or actually tried to end my life.: To what extent do you agree with this statement? Follow_up PERSONALITY_DISORDER PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SYMPTOMS
ADPIV_BDL_DISTR_53 I have often threatened to end my life or actually tried to end my life.: Has this characteristic caused you or someone else grief? Follow_up PERSONALITY_DISORDER PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SYMPTOMS
ADPIV_BDL_TRAIT_65 I have hurt myself deliberately on multiple occasions.: To what extent do you agree with this statement? Follow_up PERSONALITY_DISORDER PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SYMPTOMS
ADPIV_BDL_DISTR_65 I have hurt myself deliberately on multiple occasions.: Has this characteristic caused you or someone else grief? Follow_up PERSONALITY_DISORDER PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SYMPTOMS
ADPIV_BDL_TRAIT_77 My mood is very unstable.: To what extent do you agree with this statement? Follow_up PERSONALITY_DISORDER PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SYMPTOMS
ADPIV_BDL_DISTR_77 My mood is very unstable.: Has this characteristic caused you or someone else grief? Follow_up PERSONALITY_DISORDER PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SYMPTOMS
ADPIV_BDL_TRAIT_87 I often feel empty.: To what extent do you agree with this statement? Follow_up PERSONALITY_DISORDER PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SYMPTOMS
ADPIV_BDL_DISTR_87 I often feel empty.: Has this characteristic caused you or someone else grief? Follow_up PERSONALITY_DISORDER PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SYMPTOMS
ADPIV_BDL_TRAIT_92 I often experience intense feelings of anger.: To what extent do you agree with this statement? Follow_up PERSONALITY_DISORDER PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SYMPTOMS
ADPIV_BDL_DISTR_92 I often experience intense feelings of anger.: Has this characteristic caused you or someone else grief? Follow_up PERSONALITY_DISORDER PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SYMPTOMS
ADPIV_BDL_TRAIT_94 When I'm very stressed I can lose conscious control or become very suspiscious.: To what extent do you agree with this statement? Follow_up PERSONALITY_DISORDER PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SYMPTOMS
ADPIV_BDL_DISTR_94 When I'm very stressed I can lose conscious control or become very suspiscious.: Has this characteristic caused you or someone else grief? Follow_up PERSONALITY_DISORDER PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SYMPTOMS
DASS21_1 I had trouble calming myself. Follow_up PSYCHOPATHOLOGY STRESS SYMPTOMS
DASS21_2 I noticed my mouth was dry. Follow_up ANXIETY PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SYMPTOMS
DASS21_3 I couldn't experience one positive feeling. Follow_up DEPRESSION PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SYMPTOMS
DASS21_4 I had trouble breathing. Follow_up ANXIETY PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SYMPTOMS
DASS21_5 I had trouble taking initiative. Follow_up DEPRESSION PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SYMPTOMS
DASS21_6 I tended to overreact to situations. Follow_up PSYCHOPATHOLOGY STRESS SYMPTOMS
DASS21_7 I trembled. Follow_up ANXIETY PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SYMPTOMS
DASS21_8 I was agitated. Follow_up PSYCHOPATHOLOGY STRESS SYMPTOMS
DASS21_9 I worried about situations wherein I would panic or make a fool of myself. Follow_up ANXIETY PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SYMPTOMS
DASS21_10 I didn't feel I had anything to look forward to. Follow_up DEPRESSION PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SYMPTOMS
DASS21_11 I noticed I was very restless. Follow_up PSYCHOPATHOLOGY STRESS SYMPTOMS
DASS21_12 I found it hard to relax. Follow_up PSYCHOPATHOLOGY STRESS SYMPTOMS
DASS21_13 I feld down and gloom. Follow_up DEPRESSION PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SYMPTOMS
DASS21_14 I didn't have any patience with issues hindering me in my goals. Follow_up PSYCHOPATHOLOGY STRESS SYMPTOMS
DASS21_15 I feld I almost panicked. Follow_up ANXIETY PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SYMPTOMS
DASS21_16 I couldn't get excited about anything. Follow_up DEPRESSION PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SYMPTOMS
DASS21_17 I felt I'm not worth much as a person. Follow_up DEPRESSION PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SYMPTOMS
PANAS_NL_11 Strong Follow_up AFFECT POSITIVE_AFFECT
TIPI_9 Calm, emotionally stable. Follow_up PERSONALITY
TIPI_10 Conventional, uncreative. Follow_up PERSONALITY
SWL_1 In most ways my life is close to my ideal. Follow_up HEDONIC LIFE_SATISFACTION WELL_BEING
SWL_2 The conditions of my life are excellent. Follow_up HEDONIC LIFE_SATISFACTION WELL_BEING
SWL_3 I am satisfied with my life. Follow_up HEDONIC LIFE_SATISFACTION WELL_BEING
SWL_4 So far I have gotten the important things I want in life. Follow_up HEDONIC LIFE_SATISFACTION WELL_BEING
SWL_5 If I could live my life over, I would change almost nothing. Follow_up HEDONIC LIFE_SATISFACTION WELL_BEING
RSE_1 Generally, I am happy with myself. Follow_up SELF
RSE_2 Sometimes I don't think I'm good for anything. Follow_up SELF
RSE_3 I feel I have a number of good qualities. Follow_up SELF
RSE_4 I can do things as well as most other people. Follow_up SELF
RSE_5 I feel I don't have much to be proud of. Follow_up SELF
RSE_6 Sometimes I fele useless. Follow_up SELF
RSE_7 I feel I am a worthy person, at least as worthy as others. Follow_up SELF
RSE_8 I wish I could have more selfrespect. Follow_up SELF
RSE_9 Generally, I feel like a failure. Follow_up SELF
RSE_10 I have a positive attitude toward myself. Follow_up SELF
PSWQ_1 If I don't have enough time to do everything, I don't worry about it. Follow_up EMOTION_REGULATION STRATEGY WORRY
PSWQ_2 My worries overwelm me. Follow_up EMOTION_REGULATION STRATEGY WORRY
PSWQ_3 I tend not to worry about things. Follow_up EMOTION_REGULATION STRATEGY WORRY
PSWQ_4 many situations make me worry. Follow_up EMOTION_REGULATION STRATEGY WORRY
PSWQ_5 I know I should not worry about things, but I just can't help it. Follow_up EMOTION_REGULATION STRATEGY WORRY
PSWQ_6 When I'm under pressure I worry a lot. Follow_up EMOTION_REGULATION STRATEGY WORRY
PSWQ_7 I am always worrying about something. Follow_up EMOTION_REGULATION STRATEGY WORRY
PSWQ_8 I find it easy to dismiss worrisome thoughts. Follow_up EMOTION_REGULATION STRATEGY WORRY
PSWQ_9 As soon as I finish one task, I start worrying about everything else I have to do. Follow_up EMOTION_REGULATION STRATEGY WORRY
PSWQ_10 I never worry about anything. Follow_up EMOTION_REGULATION STRATEGY WORRY
PSWQ_11 When there's nothing more I can do about a concern, I won't worry about it anymore. Follow_up EMOTION_REGULATION STRATEGY WORRY
PSWQ_12 I've been a worrier all my life. Follow_up EMOTION_REGULATION STRATEGY WORRY
PSWQ_13 I notice I have been worrying about things. Follow_up EMOTION_REGULATION STRATEGY WORRY
PSWQ_14 Once I start worrying I can't stop. Follow_up EMOTION_REGULATION STRATEGY WORRY
PSWQ_15 I worry all the time. Follow_up EMOTION_REGULATION STRATEGY WORRY
PSWQ_16 I worry about project until they are done. Follow_up EMOTION_REGULATION STRATEGY WORRY
PANAS_NL_1 Enthousiastic Follow_up AFFECT POSITIVE_AFFECT
PANAS_NL_2 Anxious Follow_up AFFECT NEGATIVE_AFFECT
PANAS_NL_3 Interested Follow_up AFFECT POSITIVE_AFFECT
PANAS_NL_4 Angry Follow_up AFFECT NEGATIVE_AFFECT
PANAS_NL_5 Determined Follow_up AFFECT POSITIVE_AFFECT
PANAS_NL_6 Stressed Follow_up AFFECT NEGATIVE_AFFECT
PANAS_NL_7 Irritated Follow_up AFFECT NEGATIVE_AFFECT
PANAS_NL_8 Jittery Follow_up AFFECT NEGATIVE_AFFECT
PANAS_NL_9 Cheerful Follow_up AFFECT POSITIVE_AFFECT
PANAS_NL_10 Active Follow_up AFFECT POSITIVE_AFFECT
PANAS_NL_19 Sad Follow_up AFFECT NEGATIVE_AFFECT
PANAS_NL_20 Alert Follow_up AFFECT POSITIVE_AFFECT
ERQ_1 When I want to feel more positive emotion (such as joy or amusement), I change what I’m thinking about. Follow_up EMOTION_REGULATION REAPPRAISAL STRATEGY
ERQ_2 I keep my emotions to myself. Follow_up EMOTION_REGULATION EXPRESSIVE_SUPPRESSION STRATEGY
ERQ_3 When I want to feel a less negative emotion (such as sadness or anger), I change what I’m thinking about. Follow_up EMOTION_REGULATION REAPPRAISAL STRATEGY
ERQ_4 When I am feeling positive emotions, I am careful not to express them. Follow_up EMOTION_REGULATION EXPRESSIVE_SUPPRESSION STRATEGY
ERQ_5 When I’m faced with a stressful situation, I make myself think about it, in a way that helps me stay calm. Follow_up EMOTION_REGULATION REAPPRAISAL STRATEGY
ERQ_6 I control my emotions by not expressing them. Follow_up EMOTION_REGULATION EXPRESSIVE_SUPPRESSION STRATEGY
ERQ_7 When I want to feel more positive emotion, I change the way I’m thinking about the situation. Follow_up EMOTION_REGULATION REAPPRAISAL STRATEGY
ERQ_8 I control my emotions by changing the way I think about the situation I’m in. Follow_up EMOTION_REGULATION REAPPRAISAL STRATEGY
ERQ_9 When I am feeling negative emotions, I make sure not to express them. Follow_up EMOTION_REGULATION EXPRESSIVE_SUPPRESSION STRATEGY
ERQ_10 When I want to feel a less negative emotion, I change the way I’m thinking about the situation. Follow_up EMOTION_REGULATION REAPPRAISAL STRATEGY
CESD_1 I was bothered by things that don’t usually bother me. Follow_up DEPRESSION PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SYMPTOMS
CESD_2 I did not feel like eating; my appetite was poor Follow_up DEPRESSION PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SYMPTOMS
CESD_3 I felt that I could not shake off the blues even with the help of my family or friends. Follow_up DEPRESSION PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SYMPTOMS
CESD_4 I felt that I was just as good as other people. Follow_up DEPRESSION PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SYMPTOMS
CESD_5 I had trouble keeping my mind on what I was doing. Follow_up DEPRESSION PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SYMPTOMS
CESD_6 I felt depressed. Follow_up DEPRESSION PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SYMPTOMS
CESD_7 I felt everything I did was an effort. Follow_up DEPRESSION PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SYMPTOMS
CESD_8 I felt hopeful about the future. Follow_up DEPRESSION PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SYMPTOMS
CESD_9 I thought my life had been a failure. Follow_up DEPRESSION PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SYMPTOMS
CESD_10 I felt fearful. Follow_up DEPRESSION PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SYMPTOMS
CESD_11 My sleep was restless. Follow_up DEPRESSION PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SYMPTOMS
CESD_12 I was happy. Follow_up DEPRESSION PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SYMPTOMS
CESD_13 I talked less than usual. Follow_up DEPRESSION PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SYMPTOMS
CESD_14 I felt lonely. Follow_up DEPRESSION PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SYMPTOMS
CESD_15 People were unfriendly. Follow_up DEPRESSION PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SYMPTOMS
CESD_16 I enjoyed life. Follow_up DEPRESSION PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SYMPTOMS
CESD_17 I had crying spells. Follow_up DEPRESSION PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SYMPTOMS
CESD_18 I felt sad. Follow_up DEPRESSION PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SYMPTOMS
CESD_19 I felt that people disliked me. Follow_up DEPRESSION PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SYMPTOMS
CESD_20 I could not get “going”. Follow_up DEPRESSION PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SYMPTOMS
TAS_1 I'm often confused about which emotion I experience Follow_up AFFECT ALEXITHYMIA EMOTION_INTELLIGENCE
TAS_2 It is hard to find the right words for my emotions Follow_up AFFECT ALEXITHYMIA EMOTION_INTELLIGENCE
TAS_3 I have physical experiences that even doctors don't understand Follow_up AFFECT ALEXITHYMIA EMOTION_INTELLIGENCE
TAS_4 I can easily describe my feelings Follow_up AFFECT ALEXITHYMIA EMOTION_INTELLIGENCE
TAS_5 I choose to analyse my poblems rather than just describe them Follow_up AFFECT ALEXITHYMIA EMOTION_INTELLIGENCE
TAS_6 When I'm upset I don't know whether I'm angry, sad, or scared Follow_up AFFECT ALEXITHYMIA EMOTION_INTELLIGENCE
TAS_7 I'm often riddled by my bodily sensations Follow_up AFFECT ALEXITHYMIA EMOTION_INTELLIGENCE
TAS_8 I'd rather let things go the natural course than understand why it went like it did Follow_up AFFECT ALEXITHYMIA EMOTION_INTELLIGENCE
TAS_9 I have feelings that I can't really name Follow_up AFFECT ALEXITHYMIA EMOTION_INTELLIGENCE
TAS_10 It is essential to be in touch with your emotions Follow_up AFFECT ALEXITHYMIA EMOTION_INTELLIGENCE
TAS_11 I think it's hard to describe what my feelings towards others are Follow_up AFFECT ALEXITHYMIA EMOTION_INTELLIGENCE
TAS_12 People ask me to describe my feelings more Follow_up AFFECT ALEXITHYMIA EMOTION_INTELLIGENCE
TAS_13 I don't know what's going on inside me Follow_up AFFECT ALEXITHYMIA EMOTION_INTELLIGENCE
TAS_14 I often do not know why I'm upset Follow_up AFFECT ALEXITHYMIA EMOTION_INTELLIGENCE
TAS_15 I'd rather talk to people about their daily activities instead of their feelings Follow_up AFFECT ALEXITHYMIA EMOTION_INTELLIGENCE
TAS_16 I rather watch light amusement shows than psychological dramas Follow_up AFFECT ALEXITHYMIA EMOTION_INTELLIGENCE
TAS_17 It is hard for me to show my feelings even to my closest friends Follow_up AFFECT ALEXITHYMIA EMOTION_INTELLIGENCE
TAS_18 I can feel very close to someone, even in moments of silence Follow_up AFFECT ALEXITHYMIA EMOTION_INTELLIGENCE
TAS_19 I find it useful to explore feeling when resolving personal issues Follow_up AFFECT ALEXITHYMIA EMOTION_INTELLIGENCE
TAS_20 Looking for hidden meaning in films and plays makes watching them less enjoyable Follow_up AFFECT ALEXITHYMIA EMOTION_INTELLIGENCE
PSS_1 How often have you been upset because of something that happened unexpectedly? Follow_up PSYCHOPATHOLOGY STRESS SYMPTOMS
PSS_2 How often have you felt that you were unable to control the important things in your life? Follow_up PSYCHOPATHOLOGY STRESS SYMPTOMS
PSS_3 How often have you felt nervous and “stressed”? Follow_up PSYCHOPATHOLOGY STRESS SYMPTOMS
PSS_4 How often have you felt confident about your ability to handle your personal problems? Follow_up PSYCHOPATHOLOGY STRESS SYMPTOMS
PSS_5 How often have you felt that things were going your way? Follow_up PSYCHOPATHOLOGY STRESS SYMPTOMS
PSS_6 How often have you found that you could not cope with all the things that you had to do Follow_up PSYCHOPATHOLOGY STRESS SYMPTOMS
PSS_7 How often have you been able to control irritations in your life? Follow_up PSYCHOPATHOLOGY STRESS SYMPTOMS
PSS_8 How often have you felt that you were on top of things? Follow_up PSYCHOPATHOLOGY STRESS SYMPTOMS
PSS_9 How often have you been angered because of things that were outside your control? Follow_up PSYCHOPATHOLOGY STRESS SYMPTOMS
PSS_10 How often have you felt difficulties were piling up so high that you could not overcome them? Follow_up PSYCHOPATHOLOGY STRESS SYMPTOMS
NLEQ_1 Failed a school activity Follow_up EVENT SITUATION_CONTEXT STRESS
NLEQ_2 Failed a school activity. (If yes) how much did you suffer? Follow_up EVENT SITUATION_CONTEXT STRESS
NLEQ_3 negative reaction by loved ones to bad school performance Follow_up EVENT SITUATION_CONTEXT STRESS
SEDAS_11 society expects people to feel positive Follow_up AFFECT BELIEF SOCIAL_DESIRABILITY
FLANKER_4 Flanker Congruent Positive Response Time Follow_up COGNITION EXECUTIVE_FUNCTION
NLEQ_4 negative reaction by loved ones to bad school performance. (If yes) how much did you suffer? Follow_up EVENT SITUATION_CONTEXT STRESS
NLEQ_5 worse school performance than expected Follow_up EVENT SITUATION_CONTEXT STRESS
NLEQ_6 worse school performance than expected. (If yes) how much did you suffer? Follow_up EVENT SITUATION_CONTEXT STRESS
NLEQ_7 conflict with family member Follow_up EVENT SITUATION_CONTEXT STRESS
NLEQ_8 conflict with family member. (If yes) how much did you suffer? Follow_up EVENT SITUATION_CONTEXT STRESS
NLEQ_9 death of family member Follow_up EVENT SITUATION_CONTEXT STRESS
NLEQ_10 death of family member. (If yes) how much did you suffer? Follow_up EVENT SITUATION_CONTEXT STRESS
NLEQ_11 problem (medical, emotional, ,,,) family member Follow_up EVENT SITUATION_CONTEXT STRESS
NLEQ_12 problem (medical, emotional, ,,,) family member. (If yes) how much did you suffer? Follow_up EVENT SITUATION_CONTEXT STRESS
NLEQ_13 marital problems parents Follow_up EVENT SITUATION_CONTEXT STRESS
NLEQ_14 marital problems parents. (If yes) how much did you suffer? Follow_up EVENT SITUATION_CONTEXT STRESS
NLEQ_15 financial problems Follow_up EVENT SITUATION_CONTEXT STRESS
NLEQ_16 financial problems. (If yes) how much did you suffer? Follow_up EVENT SITUATION_CONTEXT STRESS
NLEQ_17 wanted a partner but had none Follow_up EVENT SITUATION_CONTEXT STRESS
NLEQ_18 wanted a partner but had none. (If yes) how much did you suffer? Follow_up EVENT SITUATION_CONTEXT STRESS
NLEQ_19 unreciprocal love Follow_up EVENT SITUATION_CONTEXT STRESS
NLEQ_20 unreciprocal love. (If yes) how much did you suffer? Follow_up EVENT SITUATION_CONTEXT STRESS
NLEQ_21 ever had a partner? Follow_up EVENT SITUATION_CONTEXT STRESS
NLEQ_22 break up Follow_up EVENT SITUATION_CONTEXT STRESS
NLEQ_23 break up. (If yes) how much did you suffer? Follow_up EVENT SITUATION_CONTEXT STRESS
NLEQ_24 partner cheated Follow_up EVENT SITUATION_CONTEXT STRESS
NLEQ_25 partner cheated. (If yes) how much did you suffer? Follow_up EVENT SITUATION_CONTEXT STRESS
NLEQ_26 physical or emotional abuse by partner Follow_up EVENT SITUATION_CONTEXT STRESS
NLEQ_27 physical or emotional abuse by partner. (If yes) how much did you suffer? Follow_up EVENT SITUATION_CONTEXT STRESS
NLEQ_28 problem partner Follow_up EVENT SITUATION_CONTEXT STRESS
NLEQ_29 problem partner. (If yes) how much did you suffer? Follow_up EVENT SITUATION_CONTEXT STRESS
NLEQ_30 missed partner for longer period of time Follow_up EVENT SITUATION_CONTEXT STRESS
NLEQ_31 missed partner for longer period of time. (If yes) how much did you suffer? Follow_up EVENT SITUATION_CONTEXT STRESS
NLEQ_32 conflict friends Follow_up EVENT SITUATION_CONTEXT STRESS
NLEQ_33 conflict friends. (If yes) how much did you suffer? Follow_up EVENT SITUATION_CONTEXT STRESS
NLEQ_34 broke contact with friend Follow_up EVENT SITUATION_CONTEXT STRESS
NLEQ_35 broke contact with friend. (If yes) how much did you suffer? Follow_up EVENT SITUATION_CONTEXT STRESS
NLEQ_36 gossip Follow_up EVENT SITUATION_CONTEXT STRESS
NLEQ_37 gossip. (If yes) how much did you suffer? Follow_up EVENT SITUATION_CONTEXT STRESS
NLEQ_38 death of friend Follow_up EVENT SITUATION_CONTEXT STRESS
NLEQ_39 death of friend. (If yes) how much did you suffer? Follow_up EVENT SITUATION_CONTEXT STRESS
NLEQ_40 felt left out, ignored Follow_up EVENT SITUATION_CONTEXT STRESS
NLEQ_41 felt left out, ignored. (If yes) how much did you suffer? Follow_up EVENT SITUATION_CONTEXT STRESS
NLEQ_42 fewer friends than I want Follow_up EVENT SITUATION_CONTEXT STRESS
NLEQ_43 fewer friends than I want. (If yes) how much did you suffer? Follow_up EVENT SITUATION_CONTEXT STRESS
NLEQ_44 health issues Follow_up EVENT SITUATION_CONTEXT STRESS
NLEQ_45 health issues. (If yes) how much did you suffer? Follow_up EVENT SITUATION_CONTEXT STRESS
NLEQ_46 witnessed accident or fellony Follow_up EVENT SITUATION_CONTEXT STRESS
NLEQ_47 witnessed accident or fellony. (If yes) how much did you suffer? Follow_up EVENT SITUATION_CONTEXT STRESS
NLEQ_48 legal problems Follow_up EVENT SITUATION_CONTEXT STRESS
NLEQ_49 legal problems. (If yes) how much did you suffer? Follow_up EVENT SITUATION_CONTEXT STRESS
SEDAS_1 important to feel positive Follow_up AFFECT BELIEF SOCIAL_DESIRABILITY
SEDAS_2 try alway to have positive feelings Follow_up AFFECT BELIEF SOCIAL_DESIRABILITY
SEDAS_3 feeling positive is normal Follow_up AFFECT BELIEF SOCIAL_DESIRABILITY
SEDAS_4 feeling positive is an important part of life Follow_up AFFECT BELIEF SOCIAL_DESIRABILITY
SEDAS_5 should feel positive Follow_up AFFECT BELIEF SOCIAL_DESIRABILITY
SEDAS_6 important that others se eme as a positive person Follow_up AFFECT BELIEF SOCIAL_DESIRABILITY
SEDAS_7 others expect me to feel positive Follow_up AFFECT BELIEF SOCIAL_DESIRABILITY
SEDAS_8 people like me better when I feel positive Follow_up AFFECT BELIEF SOCIAL_DESIRABILITY
SEDAS_9 I believe that feeling positive is normal in society Follow_up AFFECT BELIEF SOCIAL_DESIRABILITY
SEDAS_10 it is acceptable to feel positive Follow_up AFFECT BELIEF SOCIAL_DESIRABILITY
SEDAS_12 important not to feel negative Follow_up AFFECT BELIEF SOCIAL_DESIRABILITY
SEDAS_13 try to avoid negative feelings Follow_up AFFECT BELIEF SOCIAL_DESIRABILITY
SEDAS_14 feeling negative is normal Follow_up AFFECT BELIEF SOCIAL_DESIRABILITY
SEDAS_15 feeling negative if an important part of life Follow_up AFFECT BELIEF SOCIAL_DESIRABILITY
SEDAS_16 I shouldn't feel negative Follow_up AFFECT BELIEF SOCIAL_DESIRABILITY
SEDAS_17 Important that others don't see me as a negative person Follow_up AFFECT BELIEF SOCIAL_DESIRABILITY
SEDAS_18 Other expect me not to feel negative Follow_up AFFECT BELIEF SOCIAL_DESIRABILITY
SEDAS_19 people find me less nice when I feel negative Follow_up AFFECT BELIEF SOCIAL_DESIRABILITY
SEDAS_20 I believe that feeling negative is normal in society Follow_up AFFECT BELIEF SOCIAL_DESIRABILITY
SEDAS_21 I believe it is socially accepted to feel negative Follow_up AFFECT BELIEF SOCIAL_DESIRABILITY
SEDAS_22 society expects people not to feel negative Follow_up AFFECT BELIEF SOCIAL_DESIRABILITY
RSQ_1 I ask for help to deal with the problem Follow_up EMOTION_REGULATION PROBLEM_SOLVING STRATEGY
RSQ_2 I think about how only I feel this way Follow_up EMOTION_REGULATION RUMINATION STRATEGY
RSQ_3 I think I won't be able to work because I feel so bad Follow_up EMOTION_REGULATION RUMINATION STRATEGY
RSQ_4 I think about my fatigue and pain Follow_up EMOTION_REGULATION RUMINATION STRATEGY
RSQ_5 I think about how hard it is to concentrate Follow_up EMOTION_REGULATION RUMINATION STRATEGY
RSQ_6 I try to look atthe situation in a positive way Follow_up DISTRACTION EMOTION_REGULATION STRATEGY
RSQ_7 I think: I'm going to do something to make me feel better Follow_up DISTRACTION EMOTION_REGULATION STRATEGY
RSQ_8 I help someone else to take my mind off things Follow_up DISTRACTION EMOTION_REGULATION STRATEGY
RSQ_9 I think about how passive and unmotivated I feel Follow_up EMOTION_REGULATION RUMINATION STRATEGY
RSQ_10 I remind myself that this feeling won't last forever Follow_up DISTRACTION EMOTION_REGULATION STRATEGY
RSQ_11 I analyze recent events to understand why I feel depressed Follow_up EMOTION_REGULATION RUMINATION STRATEGY
RSQ_12 I think about how I don't seem to feel anything Follow_up EMOTION_REGULATION RUMINATION STRATEGY
RSQ_13 I think: why can't I get started Follow_up EMOTION_REGULATION RUMINATION STRATEGY
RSQ_14 I wonder why I always react this way Follow_up EMOTION_REGULATION RUMINATION STRATEGY
RSQ_15 I go to one of my favourite places to think about my feelings Follow_up DISTRACTION EMOTION_REGULATION STRATEGY
RSQ_16 I go out alone and think about why I'm feeling this way Follow_up EMOTION_REGULATION RUMINATION STRATEGY
RSQ_17 I talk to someone whose judgement I appreciate Follow_up EMOTION_REGULATION PROBLEM_SOLVING STRATEGY
RSQ_18 I think I will concentrate on something other than my feelings Follow_up DISTRACTION EMOTION_REGULATION STRATEGY
RSQ_19 I write down what i'm thinking and analyze it Follow_up EMOTION_REGULATION RUMINATION STRATEGY
RSQ_20 I do something that has helped in the past to make me feel better Follow_up DISTRACTION EMOTION_REGULATION STRATEGY
RSQ_21 I think about a recent event which I wanted to have gone better Follow_up EMOTION_REGULATION RUMINATION STRATEGY
RSQ_22 I think: go outside and have some fun Follow_up DISTRACTION EMOTION_REGULATION STRATEGY
RSQ_23 I think of a plan to deal with the problem Follow_up EMOTION_REGULATION PROBLEM_SOLVING STRATEGY
RSQ_24 I stay away from people Follow_up EMOTION_REGULATION PROBLEM_SOLVING STRATEGY
RSQ_25 I focus on my work Follow_up DISTRACTION EMOTION_REGULATION STRATEGY
FLANKER_5 Flanker Incongruent Negative Accuracy Follow_up COGNITION EXECUTIVE_FUNCTION
RSQ_26 I wonder why I have these problems and others don't Follow_up EMOTION_REGULATION RUMINATION STRATEGY
RSQ_27 I think about how sad I feel Follow_up EMOTION_REGULATION RUMINATION STRATEGY
RSQ_28 I think about my faillures Follow_up EMOTION_REGULATION RUMINATION STRATEGY
RSQ_29 I do something I enjoy Follow_up DISTRACTION EMOTION_REGULATION STRATEGY
RSQ_30 I think about how I don't feel like doing anything Follow_up EMOTION_REGULATION RUMINATION STRATEGY
RSQ_31 I do something fun with a friend Follow_up DISTRACTION EMOTION_REGULATION STRATEGY
RSQ_32 I analyse my personality Follow_up EMOTION_REGULATION RUMINATION STRATEGY
RSQ_33 I go somewhere on my own to think about my feelings Follow_up EMOTION_REGULATION RUMINATION STRATEGY
RSQ_34 I think about how mad I am at myself Follow_up EMOTION_REGULATION RUMINATION STRATEGY
RSQ_35 I listen to sad music Follow_up EMOTION_REGULATION RUMINATION STRATEGY
RSQ_36 I think about the reasons I feel sad Follow_up EMOTION_REGULATION RUMINATION STRATEGY
RSQ_37 I try to understand my depressed feelings Follow_up EMOTION_REGULATION RUMINATION STRATEGY
RSQ_38 I think: I won't be able to work if I don't get over this Follow_up EMOTION_REGULATION RUMINATION STRATEGY
RSQ_39 I think: what did I do to deserve this Follow_up EMOTION_REGULATION RUMINATION STRATEGY
RSQ_40 I think that I won't be able to concentrate if I keep feeling this way Follow_up EMOTION_REGULATION RUMINATION STRATEGY
RSQ_41 I think: why can't things go better Follow_up EMOTION_REGULATION RUMINATION STRATEGY
RPA_1 I think: "I can do anything". Follow_up EMOTION_REGULATION POSITIVE_AFFECT STRATEGY
RPA_2 I think about how proud I am with myself. Follow_up EMOTION_REGULATION POSITIVE_AFFECT STRATEGY
RPA_3 I think: "people will think I'm arrogant" Follow_up EMOTION_REGULATION RUMINATION STRATEGY
RPA_4 I think: "this is too good to be true" Follow_up EMOTION_REGULATION RUMINATION STRATEGY
RPA_5 I think about how strong I feel Follow_up EMOTION_REGULATION POSITIVE_AFFECT STRATEGY
RPA_6 I enjoy the moment Follow_up EMOTION_REGULATION POSITIVE_AFFECT STRATEGY
RPA_7 I think: "I do everything I can" Follow_up EMOTION_REGULATION POSITIVE_AFFECT STRATEGY
RPA_8 I think about things that went wrong for me Follow_up EMOTION_REGULATION RUMINATION STRATEGY
RPA_9 I remind myself that these feelings won't last long Follow_up EMOTION_REGULATION RUMINATION STRATEGY
RPA_10 I notice I am full of energy Follow_up EMOTION_REGULATION POSITIVE_AFFECT STRATEGY
RPA_11 I think: "I can make everything work" Follow_up EMOTION_REGULATION POSITIVE_AFFECT STRATEGY
RPA_12 I think I am ready to begin Follow_up EMOTION_REGULATION POSITIVE_AFFECT STRATEGY
RPA_13 I think my luck will soon run out Follow_up EMOTION_REGULATION RUMINATION STRATEGY
RPA_14 I think about how hard it is to keep focus Follow_up EMOTION_REGULATION RUMINATION STRATEGY
RPA_15 I think about how happy I'm feeling Follow_up EMOTION_REGULATION POSITIVE_AFFECT STRATEGY
RPA_16 I think of things that could go wrong Follow_up EMOTION_REGULATION RUMINATION STRATEGY
RPA_17 I think: "I don't deserve this" Follow_up EMOTION_REGULATION RUMINATION STRATEGY
UCLA_1 in tune with people around you Follow_up LONELINESS SOCIAL
UCLA_2 lack companionship Follow_up LONELINESS SOCIAL
UCLA_3 no one to turn to Follow_up LONELINESS SOCIAL
UCLA_4 feel alone Follow_up LONELINESS SOCIAL
UCLA_5 part of a group of friends Follow_up LONELINESS SOCIAL
UCLA_6 a lot in common with people around you Follow_up LONELINESS SOCIAL
UCLA_7 no longer close to anyone Follow_up LONELINESS SOCIAL
UCLA_8 interests and ideas are not shared Follow_up LONELINESS SOCIAL
UCLA_9 feel extraverted and friendly Follow_up LONELINESS SOCIAL
UCLA_10 feel close to people Follow_up LONELINESS SOCIAL
UCLA_11 feel left out Follow_up LONELINESS SOCIAL
UCLA_12 feel that relations with others are not meaningful Follow_up LONELINESS SOCIAL
UCLA_13 no one really knows you well Follow_up LONELINESS SOCIAL
UCLA_14 isolated from others Follow_up LONELINESS SOCIAL
UCLA_15 you can find companionship if you want it Follow_up LONELINESS SOCIAL
UCLA_16 there are people who really understand you Follow_up LONELINESS SOCIAL
UCLA_17 feel shy Follow_up LONELINESS SOCIAL
UCLA_18 like people are around you but not with you Follow_up LONELINESS SOCIAL
UCLA_19 there are people you can talk to Follow_up LONELINESS SOCIAL
UCLA_20 there are people you can count on Follow_up LONELINESS SOCIAL
NFA_1 I am affraid of feeling emotions Follow_up AFFECT BELIEF
NFA_2 I fin dit hard to tell people close to me that I love them Follow_up AFFECT BELIEF
NFA_3 I have to experience strong emotions regularly Follow_up AFFECT BELIEF
NFA_4 emotions help people go through life Follow_up AFFECT BELIEF
NFA_5 I am an emotional person Follow_up AFFECT BELIEF
NFA_6 I think it is important to explore emotions Follow_up AFFECT BELIEF
NFA_7 I approach situation in which I expect to experience intense emotions Follow_up AFFECT BELIEF
NFA_8 I try to avoid intense emotions as I find them overwhelming Follow_up AFFECT BELIEF
NFA_9 I choose not to experience emotional highs and lows Follow_up AFFECT BELIEF
NFA_10 I don't know how to deal with my emotions, so I avoid them Follow_up AFFECT BELIEF
NFA_11 Emotions are dangerous, they often result in situations I'd rather avoid Follow_up AFFECT BELIEF
NFA_12 It is always wrong to act upon your emotions Follow_up AFFECT BELIEF
NFA_13 We should surrender to our emotions Follow_up AFFECT BELIEF
NFA_14 displays of emotions are sometimes embarrassing Follow_up AFFECT BELIEF
NFA_15 strong emotions are generaly beneficial Follow_up AFFECT BELIEF
NFA_16 people function most effectively when they don't experience strong emotions Follow_up AFFECT BELIEF
NFA_17 experience of emotions promotes human survival Follow_up AFFECT BELIEF
NFA_18 I feel it's important to be in touch with my emotions Follow_up AFFECT BELIEF
NFA_19 I think it's important to know how others are feeling Follow_up AFFECT BELIEF
NFA_20 I get stuck in my emotions Follow_up AFFECT BELIEF
NFA_21 I wish I felt less emotions Follow_up AFFECT BELIEF
NFA_22 avoiding emotional events helps me sleep at night Follow_up AFFECT BELIEF
NFA_23 sometimes I am affraid of how I would act when I get emotional Follow_up AFFECT BELIEF
NFA_24 I feel the need to cry sometimes Follow_up AFFECT BELIEF
NFA_25 I would like to be rational and have fewer emotions Follow_up AFFECT BELIEF
NFA_26 I love to decorate my bedroom with items that have emotional value Follow_up AFFECT BELIEF
UNABLE_SCHOOL Have you ever (or for w2 and w3 since the last time) not been able to work or go to school? Follow_up EDUCATION WELL_BEING
COUNSELLING Have you ever (or for w2 and w3 since the last time) sought psychological counseling Follow_up HELP_SEEK PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
MEDICATION Do you use any kind of medication? Follow_up MEDICATION PHYSICAL_HEALTH
HELP_SEEK Have you ever (or for w2 and w3 since the last time) been advised to seek psychological help? Follow_up HELP_SEEK PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
HOSPITAL_PSYCH Have you ever (or for w2 and w3 since the last time) been admitted for psychological problems? Follow_up HELP_SEEK PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_DEP_1 Depressed mood during the biggest part of the day, almost every day. Follow_up CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DEPRESSION DIAGNOSIS PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_DEP_2 Clear decrease of pleasure in activities that are normally pleasurable. Follow_up CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DEPRESSION DIAGNOSIS PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_DEP_3 Weightgain or loss (the latter without diet) or increased/decreased appetite. Follow_up CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DEPRESSION DIAGNOSIS PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_DEP_4 Indication wether or not there was weightloss. Follow_up CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DEPRESSION DIAGNOSIS PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_DEP_5 Indication wether or not there was weightgain. Follow_up CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DEPRESSION DIAGNOSIS PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_DEP_6 Insomnia or hypersomnia almost every day. Criterion present or not. Follow_up CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DEPRESSION DIAGNOSIS PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_DEP_7 Indication wether or not there was insomnia. Follow_up CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DEPRESSION DIAGNOSIS PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_DEP_8 Indication wether or not there was hypersomnia. Follow_up CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DEPRESSION DIAGNOSIS PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_DEP_9 Psychomotor agitation or retardation almost every day. Criterion present or not. Follow_up CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DEPRESSION DIAGNOSIS PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_DEP_10 Indication wether or not there was retardation of psychomotor functions. Follow_up CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DEPRESSION DIAGNOSIS PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_DEP_11 Indication wether or not there was agitation of psychomotor functions. Follow_up CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DEPRESSION DIAGNOSIS PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_DEP_12 Fatigue or energy loss, almost every day. Follow_up CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DEPRESSION DIAGNOSIS PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_DEP_13 Feelings of worthlessness of excessive guilt, almost every day. Follow_up CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DEPRESSION DIAGNOSIS PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_DEP_14 Indication whether the feelings included wortlessness. Follow_up CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DEPRESSION DIAGNOSIS PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_DEP_15 Indication whether the feelings included guilt. Follow_up CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DEPRESSION DIAGNOSIS PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_DEP_16 Impaired ability to think or concentrate or descision making. Criterion present or not. Follow_up CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DEPRESSION DIAGNOSIS PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_DEP_17 Indication wether or not there were problems with thinking. Follow_up CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DEPRESSION DIAGNOSIS PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_DEP_18 Indication wether or not there were problems with descisionmaking. Follow_up CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DEPRESSION DIAGNOSIS PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_DEP_19 Recurrent thoughts of death, suicide thoughts with or without a specific plan or an attempt to commit suicide. Follow_up CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DEPRESSION DIAGNOSIS PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_DEP_20 Indication wether thoughts about death occurred. Follow_up CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DEPRESSION DIAGNOSIS PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_DEP_21 Indication wether thoughts about suicide occurred. Follow_up CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DEPRESSION DIAGNOSIS PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_DEP_22 Indication wether there was a suicide plan. Follow_up CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DEPRESSION DIAGNOSIS PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_DEP_23 Indication wether there was an attempted suicide. Follow_up CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DEPRESSION DIAGNOSIS PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_PAN_8 Shortness of breath or suffication. Follow_up CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS PANIC PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_DEP_24 Symptoms above cause severe suffering or limitations in daily life (social, professional or otherwise) Follow_up CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DEPRESSION DIAGNOSIS PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_DEP_25 Symptoms are not caused by direct effects of drugs, medication or any somatic condition. Follow_up CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DEPRESSION DIAGNOSIS PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_DEP_26 Symptoms can not be explained by a process of mourning. Follow_up CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DEPRESSION DIAGNOSIS PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_DEP_27 At what age did the episode occur? Follow_up CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DEPRESSION DIAGNOSIS PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_DEP_28 How many episodes did one experience? Follow_up CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DEPRESSION DIAGNOSIS PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_DEP_29 Indication wether or not the depressive feelings occurred in the past. Follow_up CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DEPRESSION DIAGNOSIS PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_DEP_30 Indication wether or not the depressive feelings occurred in the present. Follow_up CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DEPRESSION DIAGNOSIS PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_MAN_1 Abnormal and continuously heightend, expansive or agitated mood for at least one week. Follow_up CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS MANIA PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_MAN_2 Indication wether it concerned and expansive mood. Follow_up CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS MANIA PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_MAN_3 Indication wether it concerned an agitated mood. Follow_up CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS MANIA PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_MAN_4 Duration of the episode. Follow_up CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS MANIA PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_MAN_5 Feelings of mania are at least present for 4 days Follow_up CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS MANIA PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_MAN_6 Inflated feelings of selfworth or delusions of grandeur. Follow_up CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS MANIA PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_MAN_7 decreased need for sleep. Follow_up CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS MANIA PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_MAN_8 Expansion of talkativeness. Follow_up CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS MANIA PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_MAN_9 A rush of thoughts or the subjective experience of thoughts rushing. Follow_up CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS MANIA PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_MAN_10 Heightened distractability. Follow_up CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS MANIA PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_MAN_11 Increase of goaldirected activity or psychomotor agitation. Follow_up CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS MANIA PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_MAN_12 Indication wether it concerned heightened activity. Follow_up CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS MANIA PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_MAN_13 Indication wether it concerned psychomotor agitation. Follow_up CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS MANIA PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_MAN_14 Impulsiveness in which no consequence at all (even if very harmful) is considerred. Follow_up CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS MANIA PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_MAN_15 Symptoms above cause severe suffering or limitations in work or relations with others or cause an admission in hospital. Follow_up CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS MANIA PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_MAN_16 The episode causes an unmistakable change in functioning that does not occur in symptom-free periods. Follow_up CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS MANIA PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_MAN_17 The episode and the changes can be noticed by others. Follow_up CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS MANIA PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_MAN_21 Indication wether or not the episode is current. Follow_up CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS MANIA PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_MAN_22 Indication wether or not the episode was in the past. Follow_up CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS MANIA PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_PAN_1 Recurrent, unexpected panic attacks. Follow_up CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS PANIC PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_PAN_3 After at least one of the episodes there was an extreme concern about the meaning of the attack, worriedness about having another attack or a clear change of behaviour because of the attacks. Follow_up CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS PANIC PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_PAN_4 symptoms of the panic attack occur sudden en quickly. Follow_up CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS PANIC PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_PAN_5 Increased heartrate. Follow_up CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS PANIC PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_PAN_6 Transpiration. Follow_up CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS PANIC PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_PAN_7 Trembling. Follow_up CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS PANIC PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_PAN_9 suffication. Follow_up CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS PANIC PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_PAN_10 Chestpain. Follow_up CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS PANIC PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_PAN_11 Stomach upset, nausea or symptoms of gastric discomfort. Follow_up CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS PANIC PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_PAN_12 Dizzyness, lightheadedness, or feelings of instability. Follow_up CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS PANIC PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_PAN_13 A sense of derealisation (being outside onesself). Follow_up CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS PANIC PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_PAN_14 Fear of loss of selfcontrol or insanity. Follow_up CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS PANIC PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_PAN_15 Fear of death. Follow_up CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS PANIC PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_PAN_16 Numb, tingeling feelings. Follow_up CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS PANIC PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_PAN_17 Hot flashes or cold chills. Follow_up CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS PANIC PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_PAN_18 Symptoms above are not caused by the direct effects of drugs, medication or any somatic disorder. Follow_up CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS PANIC PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_PAN_19 The feelings of panic are not better explained by any other psychiatric disorder. Follow_up CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS PANIC PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_AGO_1 Fear in places from where escape is difficult, or no help would be available in case of a panic attack. Follow_up AGORAPHOBIA CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_AGO_2 Situations are avoided or gone through with clear suffering or fear. Follow_up AGORAPHOBIA CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_AGO_20 The anxiety or avoidance is not better explained by any other psychiatric disorder. Follow_up AGORAPHOBIA CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_AGO_21 Symptoms present during th elast month Follow_up AGORAPHOBIA CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_AGO_22 Severity: 1 light (barely enough to diagnose), 2 medium (in between light and severe), 3 severe (more than enough symptoms to diagnose, clearly interfere with functioning) Follow_up AGORAPHOBIA CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_AGO_3 Age of onset. Follow_up AGORAPHOBIA CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_AGO_4 Fear in places from where escape is difficult or no help will be available in case of a panic attack. Follow_up AGORAPHOBIA CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_AGO_6 Less than 4 panic symptoms are present. Follow_up AGORAPHOBIA CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_AGO_7 Dizzyness or feelings of fainting. Follow_up AGORAPHOBIA CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_AGO_8 Feelings of depersonalisation or derealisation. Follow_up AGORAPHOBIA CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_AGO_9 Feelings of incontinence. Follow_up AGORAPHOBIA CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_AGO_10 Nausea or vomitting. Follow_up AGORAPHOBIA CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_AGO_11 Fear of heartdisease. Follow_up AGORAPHOBIA CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_AGO_12 Other; specify! Follow_up AGORAPHOBIA CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_AGO_13 Feared situations are avoided or experienced with extreme suffering or fear. Follow_up AGORAPHOBIA CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_AGO_14 The symptoms are not better explained by any other psychiatric disorder. Follow_up AGORAPHOBIA CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_AGO_15 The symptoms are not caused by the direct effects of drugs, medication or a physiological condition. Follow_up AGORAPHOBIA CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_AGO_16 In case there is a somatic disorder present, fear for the consequences of this disorder is clearly more severe than expected for this condition. Follow_up AGORAPHOBIA CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_AGO_17 Experience of symptoms during the last month. Follow_up AGORAPHOBIA CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_AGO_18 1 light, 2 moderate, 3 severe (see other criteria about severity) Follow_up AGORAPHOBIA CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_AGO_19 Age of onset. Follow_up AGORAPHOBIA CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_SOC_1 Anxiety for one or more situations in which social functioning is required or performance situation in which critical judgement of others is possible. Follow_up CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SOCIAL_ANXIETY
DSM_SOC_3 Indication wether fear contains speaking in public. Follow_up CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SOCIAL_ANXIETY
DSM_SOC_4 Indication wether fear contains eating in public. Follow_up CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SOCIAL_ANXIETY
DSM_SOC_5 Indication wether fear contains writing in public. Follow_up CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SOCIAL_ANXIETY
DSM_SOC_6 Indication wether having a conversation with a stranger evokes fear. Follow_up CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SOCIAL_ANXIETY
DSM_SOC_7 Indication wether taking part in a small group evokes fear. Follow_up CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SOCIAL_ANXIETY
DSM_SOC_8 Indication wether going out to a party evokes fear. Follow_up CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SOCIAL_ANXIETY
DSM_SOC_9 Indication wether talking to someone with authority evokes fear. Follow_up CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SOCIAL_ANXIETY
DSM_SOC_10 General social situations evoke fear. Follow_up CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SOCIAL_ANXIETY
DSM_SOC_11 Other; specify! Follow_up CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SOCIAL_ANXIETY
DSM_SOC_12 Feared behaviour (embarressing behaviour) contains blushing. Follow_up CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SOCIAL_ANXIETY
DSM_SOC_13 Feared behaviour (embarressing behaviour) contains trembling. Follow_up CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SOCIAL_ANXIETY
DSM_SOC_14 Feared behaviour containes sweating. Follow_up CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SOCIAL_ANXIETY
DSM_SOC_15 Feared behaviour contains blocking. Follow_up CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SOCIAL_ANXIETY
DSM_SOC_16 Feared behaviour contains other loss of control. Follow_up CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SOCIAL_ANXIETY
DSM_SOC_17 Fear of interaction. Follow_up CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SOCIAL_ANXIETY
DSM_SOC_18 Fear of performance. Follow_up CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SOCIAL_ANXIETY
DSM_SOC_19 Exposure to the feared situation evokes fear, without exception, possibly leading up to a panic attack. Follow_up CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SOCIAL_ANXIETY
DSM_SOC_20 Subject is aware of injustness or extreme severity of fear. Follow_up CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SOCIAL_ANXIETY
DSM_SOC_21 Feared situation is avoided or experienced with extreme fear or suffering. Follow_up CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SOCIAL_ANXIETY
DSM_SOC_22 The symptoms cause severe impairment in daily functioning. Follow_up CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SOCIAL_ANXIETY
DSM_SOC_23 Duration of the episode. Follow_up CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SOCIAL_ANXIETY
DSM_SOC_24 The symptoms are not caused by the direct effects of drugs, medication or a physiological condition. Follow_up CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SOCIAL_ANXIETY
DSM_SOC_25 The symptoms are not better explained by any other psychiatric disorder. Follow_up CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SOCIAL_ANXIETY
DSM_SOC_26 In case there is a somatic disorder present, fear for the consequences of this disorder is clearly more severe than expected for this condition. Follow_up CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SOCIAL_ANXIETY
DSM_SOC_27 Experience of symptoms during the last month. Follow_up CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SOCIAL_ANXIETY
DSM_SOC_28 1 light, 2 moderate, 3 severe (see other criteria about severity) Follow_up CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SOCIAL_ANXIETY
DSM_SOC_29 4 partly in remission, 5 fully in remission, 6 history (see other criteria about remission) Follow_up CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SOCIAL_ANXIETY
DSM_SOC_30 Number of months one is in remission. Follow_up CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SOCIAL_ANXIETY
DSM_SOC_31 Age of onset. Follow_up CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SOCIAL_ANXIETY
DSM_OCD_1 Either Thoughts or Impulses are present Follow_up CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS OBSESSIVE_COMPULSIVE PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
FLANKER_3 Flanker Congruent Positive Accuracy Follow_up COGNITION EXECUTIVE_FUNCTION
DSM_OCD_2 Thoughts or impulses are not exaggerated concern with daily life Follow_up CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS OBSESSIVE_COMPULSIVE PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_OCD_3 Subject tries to avoid, supress or ignore the impulses or thoughts, or neutralize them by an other act or thought. Follow_up CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS OBSESSIVE_COMPULSIVE PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_OCD_4 Subject is aware that the impulses etc. are the product of their own mind. Follow_up CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS OBSESSIVE_COMPULSIVE PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_OCD_5 Repeated behaviour or psychological activity the subject feels forced to do OR rules that are applied very rigidly. Follow_up CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS OBSESSIVE_COMPULSIVE PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_OCD_6 The aim of the behaviour is to diminish fear. Follow_up CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS OBSESSIVE_COMPULSIVE PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_OCD_7 Are the complaints/symptoms in the present. Follow_up CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS OBSESSIVE_COMPULSIVE PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_OCD_8 Subject is aware that the impulses etc. are exaggerated or injust. Follow_up CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS OBSESSIVE_COMPULSIVE PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_OCD_9 IF the last is not the case: mark poor insight. Follow_up CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS OBSESSIVE_COMPULSIVE PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_OCD_10 The symptoms cause severe impairment in daily functioning and are very timeconsuming (at least one hour a day). Follow_up CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS OBSESSIVE_COMPULSIVE PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_OCD_11 The symptoms are not better explained by any other psychiatric disorder. Follow_up CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS OBSESSIVE_COMPULSIVE PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_OCD_12 The symptoms are not caused by the direct effects of drugs, medication or a physiological condition. Follow_up CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS OBSESSIVE_COMPULSIVE PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_OCD_13 Did the symptoms occur during the last month? Follow_up CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS OBSESSIVE_COMPULSIVE PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_OCD_14 1 light, 2 moderate, 3 severe (see other criteria about severity) Follow_up CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS OBSESSIVE_COMPULSIVE PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_OCD_15 4 partly in remission, 5 fully in remission, 6 history (see other criteria about remission) Follow_up CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS OBSESSIVE_COMPULSIVE PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_OCD_16 Age of onset. Follow_up CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS OBSESSIVE_COMPULSIVE PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
TRAUMA Subject experienced a traumatic event. Follow_up EVENT SITUATION_CONTEXT STRESS
DSM_PTSD_1 Subject experienced or witnessed a traumatic event. Follow_up CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS POST_TRAUMATIC_STRESS PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_PTSD_2 One of the reactions of the subject was intense fear, helplessness or horror. Follow_up CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS POST_TRAUMATIC_STRESS PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_PTSD_3 By unpleasant, disturbing memories. Follow_up CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS POST_TRAUMATIC_STRESS PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_PTSD_4 Recurrent nightmares. Follow_up CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS POST_TRAUMATIC_STRESS PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_PTSD_5 Acting as if the traumatic event is occurring again. Follow_up CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS POST_TRAUMATIC_STRESS PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_PTSD_6 Intense psychological suffering when stimuli (internal as well as external) symbolyze the traumatic event. Follow_up CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS POST_TRAUMATIC_STRESS PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_PTSD_7 Physiological reaction when exposed to stimuli that symbolize the traumatic event. Follow_up CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS POST_TRAUMATIC_STRESS PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_PTSD_8 Continuously avoiding stimuli referring to the trauma. Follow_up CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS POST_TRAUMATIC_STRESS PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_PTSD_9 Avoiding acitivities, people or places involved with the trama. Follow_up CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS POST_TRAUMATIC_STRESS PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_PTSD_10 Difficulties remembering important parts of the traumatic event. Follow_up CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS POST_TRAUMATIC_STRESS PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_PTSD_11 Decreased interest in participating in important activities. Follow_up CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS POST_TRAUMATIC_STRESS PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_PTSD_12 Feelings of alienation toward others. Follow_up CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS POST_TRAUMATIC_STRESS PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_PTSD_13 Limited expressions of affect. Follow_up CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS POST_TRAUMATIC_STRESS PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_PTSD_14 Feelings of having a limited future. Follow_up CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS POST_TRAUMATIC_STRESS PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_PTSD_15 Troubles going to sleep or sleeping through the night. Follow_up CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS POST_TRAUMATIC_STRESS PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_PTSD_16 Irritability or anger tantrums. Follow_up CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS POST_TRAUMATIC_STRESS PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_PTSD_17 Problems concentrating. Follow_up CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS POST_TRAUMATIC_STRESS PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_PTSD_18 Excessive vigilance. Follow_up CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS POST_TRAUMATIC_STRESS PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_PTSD_19 Excessive startle responses. Follow_up CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS POST_TRAUMATIC_STRESS PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_PTSD_20 Duration of symptoms is more than one month. Follow_up CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS POST_TRAUMATIC_STRESS PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_PTSD_21 Symptoms cause significant suffering or limitations in daily life. Follow_up CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS POST_TRAUMATIC_STRESS PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_PTSD_22 symptoms were present during the last month Follow_up CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS POST_TRAUMATIC_STRESS PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_PTSD_23 1 light, 2 moderate, 3 severe (see other criteria about severity) Follow_up CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS POST_TRAUMATIC_STRESS PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_PTSD_24 Age of onset. Follow_up CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS POST_TRAUMATIC_STRESS PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_GAD_1 Excessive fear or concern, during 6 months, more often present than not present for a number of events or activities. Follow_up ANXIETY CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_GAD_2 Subjects experiences difficulties controlling the concern. Follow_up ANXIETY CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_GAD_3 Symptoms do not only occur during a mood disorder. Follow_up ANXIETY CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_GAD_4 Restlessness, irritation, agitation. Follow_up ANXIETY CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_GAD_5 Fatigue. Follow_up ANXIETY CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_GAD_6 Problems concentrating or remembering. Follow_up ANXIETY CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_GAD_7 Irritability. Follow_up ANXIETY CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_GAD_8 Heightened muscular tension. Follow_up ANXIETY CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_GAD_9 Sleepdisorders (trouble sleeping in or through the night). Follow_up ANXIETY CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_GAD_10 problems/symptoms can not be contributed to any other disorder Follow_up ANXIETY CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_GAD_11 problems/symptoms cause suffering in daily life Follow_up ANXIETY CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_GAD_12 Problems/symptoms are not better explained by the use of drugs, the presence of a somatic disorder etc Follow_up ANXIETY CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_GAD_14 1 light, 2 moderate, 3 severe (see other criteria about severity) Follow_up ANXIETY CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_GAD_13 Age of onset. Follow_up ANXIETY CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_BPD_1 excessively trying to avoid actual or imagined abandonment. Follow_up CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS PERSONALITY_DISORDER PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_BPD_2 Pattern of instable and intense interpersonal relations. Follow_up CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS PERSONALITY_DISORDER PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_BPD_3 Persistent instable zelfimage en sense of self. Follow_up CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS PERSONALITY_DISORDER PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_BPD_4 Impulsivity in at least 2 areas that could be harmful. Follow_up CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS PERSONALITY_DISORDER PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_BPD_5 Reccurrent suicidal acts, gests, threaths or automutilation. Follow_up CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS PERSONALITY_DISORDER PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_BPD_6 Affectlability as a result of extreme reactivity in mood. Follow_up CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS PERSONALITY_DISORDER PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_BPD_7 Chronic feelings of emptiness. Follow_up CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS PERSONALITY_DISORDER PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_BPD_8 Inadequate, intense anger or problems with anger management. Follow_up CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS PERSONALITY_DISORDER PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_BPD_9 Passing, stress related, paranoide ideas or severe dissociative symptoms. Follow_up CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS PERSONALITY_DISORDER PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
FLANKER_1 Flanker Congruent Negative Accuracy Follow_up COGNITION EXECUTIVE_FUNCTION
FLANKER_2 Flanker Congruent Negative Response Time Follow_up COGNITION EXECUTIVE_FUNCTION
FLANKER_6 Flanker Incongruent Negative Response Time Follow_up COGNITION EXECUTIVE_FUNCTION
FLANKER_7 Flanker Incongruent Positive Accuracy Follow_up COGNITION EXECUTIVE_FUNCTION
STROOP_WWNN_AC Stroop task: Switch word-word negative-negative Accuracy Follow_up COGNITION EXECUTIVE_FUNCTION
FLANKER_8 Flanker Incongruent Positive Response Time Follow_up COGNITION EXECUTIVE_FUNCTION
FLANKER_9 Flanker Neutral Negative Accuracy Follow_up COGNITION EXECUTIVE_FUNCTION
STROOP_WWPP_RT Stroop task: Switch word-color positive-positive Response Time Follow_up COGNITION EXECUTIVE_FUNCTION
FLANKER_10 Flanker Neutral Negative Response Time Follow_up COGNITION EXECUTIVE_FUNCTION
STROOP_WCPP_RT Stroop task: Switch word-color positive-positive Response Time Follow_up COGNITION EXECUTIVE_FUNCTION
FLANKER_11 Flanker Neutral Positive Accuracy Follow_up COGNITION EXECUTIVE_FUNCTION
STROOP_WWPP_AC Stroop task: Switch word-word positive-positive Accuracy Follow_up COGNITION EXECUTIVE_FUNCTION
FLANKER_12 Flanker Neutral Positive Response Time Follow_up COGNITION EXECUTIVE_FUNCTION
STROOP_WCPP_AC Stroop task: Switch word-color positive-positive Accuracy Follow_up COGNITION EXECUTIVE_FUNCTION
NBACK_1 Nback all Accuracy Follow_up COGNITION EXECUTIVE_FUNCTION
STROOP_WCNN_AC Stroop task: Switch word-color negative-negative Accuracy Follow_up COGNITION EXECUTIVE_FUNCTION
NBACK_2 Nback all Response Time Follow_up COGNITION EXECUTIVE_FUNCTION
STROOP_CWPP_RT Stroop task: Switch color-word positive-positive Response Time Follow_up COGNITION EXECUTIVE_FUNCTION
NBACK_3 Nback negative match Accuracy Follow_up COGNITION EXECUTIVE_FUNCTION
STROOP_CWPP_AC Stroop task: Switch color-word positive-positive Accuracy Follow_up COGNITION EXECUTIVE_FUNCTION
NBACK_4 Nback negative match Response Time Follow_up COGNITION EXECUTIVE_FUNCTION
NBACK_5 Nback negative nonmatch Accuracy Follow_up COGNITION EXECUTIVE_FUNCTION
STROOP_CWNN_RT Stroop task: Switch color-word negative-negative Response Time Follow_up COGNITION EXECUTIVE_FUNCTION
NBACK_6 Nback negative nonmatch Response Time Follow_up COGNITION EXECUTIVE_FUNCTION
STROOP_CWNN_AC Stroop task: Switch color-word negative-negative Accuracy Follow_up COGNITION EXECUTIVE_FUNCTION
NBACK_7 Nback positive match Accuracy Follow_up COGNITION EXECUTIVE_FUNCTION
STROOP_CCPP_RT Stroop task: Switch color-color positive-positive Response Time Follow_up COGNITION EXECUTIVE_FUNCTION
NBACK_8 Nback positive match Response Time Follow_up COGNITION EXECUTIVE_FUNCTION
STROOP_CCNN_RT Strop task: Switch color-color negative-negative Response Time Follow_up COGNITION EXECUTIVE_FUNCTION
NBACK_9 Nback positive nonmatch Accuracy Follow_up COGNITION EXECUTIVE_FUNCTION
STROOP_CCNN_AC Stroop task: Switch color-color negative-negative Accuracy Follow_up COGNITION EXECUTIVE_FUNCTION
NBACK_10 Nback positive nonmatch Response Time Follow_up COGNITION EXECUTIVE_FUNCTION
AGE Age (years) Follow_up2 DEMOGRAPHICS
GENDER Biological sex Follow_up2 DEMOGRAPHICS
EDU_9 Are you studying the same thing as last year? Follow_up2 DEMOGRAPHICS
EDU_10 Did you stop studying in the last year? Follow_up2 DEMOGRAPHICS
ADPIV_BDL_TRAIT_5 I can not stand the thought of someone leaving me and would do anything in order to avoid it: To what extent do you agree with this statement? Follow_up2 PERSONALITY_DISORDER PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SYMPTOMS
ADPIV_BDL_DISTR_5 I can not stand the thought of someone leaving me and would do anything in order to avoid it.: Has this characteristic caused you or someone else grief? Follow_up2 PERSONALITY_DISORDER PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SYMPTOMS
ADPIV_BDL_TRAIT_17 My relations are intense and unsteady. My feelings about others change rapidly and greatly.: To what extent do you agree with this statement? Follow_up2 PERSONALITY_DISORDER PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SYMPTOMS
ADPIV_BDL_DISTR_17 My relations are intense and unsteady. My feelings about others change rapidly and greatly.: Has this characteristic caused you or someone else grief? Follow_up2 PERSONALITY_DISORDER PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SYMPTOMS
ADPIV_BDL_TRAIT_29 I am always insecure about who or what I am and about what's important in life. My sense of self and opinions change all the time.: To what extent do you agree with this statement? Follow_up2 PERSONALITY_DISORDER PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SYMPTOMS
ADPIV_BDL_DISTR_29 I am always insecure about who or what I am and about what's important in life. My sense of self and opinions change all the time.: Has this characteristic caused you or someone else grief? Follow_up2 PERSONALITY_DISORDER PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SYMPTOMS
ADPIV_BDL_TRAIT_41 I am very impulsive.: To what extent do you agree with this statement? Follow_up2 PERSONALITY_DISORDER PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SYMPTOMS
ADPIV_BDL_DISTR_41 I am very impulsive.: Has this characteristic caused you or someone else grief? Follow_up2 PERSONALITY_DISORDER PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SYMPTOMS
ADPIV_BDL_TRAIT_53 I have often threatened to end my life or actually tried to end my life.: To what extent do you agree with this statement? Follow_up2 PERSONALITY_DISORDER PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SYMPTOMS
ADPIV_BDL_DISTR_53 I have often threatened to end my life or actually tried to end my life.: Has this characteristic caused you or someone else grief? Follow_up2 PERSONALITY_DISORDER PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SYMPTOMS
ADPIV_BDL_TRAIT_65 I have hurt myself deliberately on multiple occasions.: To what extent do you agree with this statement? Follow_up2 PERSONALITY_DISORDER PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SYMPTOMS
ADPIV_BDL_DISTR_65 I have hurt myself deliberately on multiple occasions.: Has this characteristic caused you or someone else grief? Follow_up2 PERSONALITY_DISORDER PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SYMPTOMS
ADPIV_BDL_TRAIT_77 My mood is very unstable.: To what extent do you agree with this statement? Follow_up2 PERSONALITY_DISORDER PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SYMPTOMS
ADPIV_BDL_DISTR_77 My mood is very unstable.: Has this characteristic caused you or someone else grief? Follow_up2 PERSONALITY_DISORDER PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SYMPTOMS
ADPIV_BDL_TRAIT_87 I often feel empty.: To what extent do you agree with this statement? Follow_up2 PERSONALITY_DISORDER PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SYMPTOMS
ADPIV_BDL_DISTR_87 I often feel empty.: Has this characteristic caused you or someone else grief? Follow_up2 PERSONALITY_DISORDER PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SYMPTOMS
ADPIV_BDL_TRAIT_92 I often experience intense feelings of anger.: To what extent do you agree with this statement? Follow_up2 PERSONALITY_DISORDER PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SYMPTOMS
ADPIV_BDL_DISTR_92 I often experience intense feelings of anger.: Has this characteristic caused you or someone else grief? Follow_up2 PERSONALITY_DISORDER PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SYMPTOMS
ADPIV_BDL_TRAIT_94 When I'm very stressed I can lose conscious control or become very suspiscious.: To what extent do you agree with this statement? Follow_up2 PERSONALITY_DISORDER PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SYMPTOMS
ADPIV_BDL_DISTR_94 When I'm very stressed I can lose conscious control or become very suspiscious.: Has this characteristic caused you or someone else grief? Follow_up2 PERSONALITY_DISORDER PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SYMPTOMS
DASS21_1 I had trouble calming myself. Follow_up2 PSYCHOPATHOLOGY STRESS SYMPTOMS
DASS21_2 I noticed my mouth was dry. Follow_up2 ANXIETY PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SYMPTOMS
DASS21_3 I couldn't experience one positive feeling. Follow_up2 DEPRESSION PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SYMPTOMS
DASS21_4 I had trouble breathing. Follow_up2 ANXIETY PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SYMPTOMS
DASS21_5 I had trouble taking initiative. Follow_up2 DEPRESSION PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SYMPTOMS
DASS21_6 I tended to overreact to situations. Follow_up2 PSYCHOPATHOLOGY STRESS SYMPTOMS
DASS21_7 I trembled. Follow_up2 ANXIETY PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SYMPTOMS
DASS21_8 I was agitated. Follow_up2 PSYCHOPATHOLOGY STRESS SYMPTOMS
DASS21_9 I worried about situations wherein I would panic or make a fool of myself. Follow_up2 ANXIETY PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SYMPTOMS
DASS21_10 I didn't feel I had anything to look forward to. Follow_up2 DEPRESSION PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SYMPTOMS
DASS21_11 I noticed I was very restless. Follow_up2 PSYCHOPATHOLOGY STRESS SYMPTOMS
DASS21_12 I found it hard to relax. Follow_up2 PSYCHOPATHOLOGY STRESS SYMPTOMS
DASS21_13 I feld down and gloom. Follow_up2 DEPRESSION PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SYMPTOMS
DASS21_14 I didn't have any patience with issues hindering me in my goals. Follow_up2 PSYCHOPATHOLOGY STRESS SYMPTOMS
DASS21_15 I feld I almost panicked. Follow_up2 ANXIETY PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SYMPTOMS
DASS21_16 I couldn't get excited about anything. Follow_up2 DEPRESSION PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SYMPTOMS
DASS21_17 I felt I'm not worth much as a person. Follow_up2 DEPRESSION PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SYMPTOMS
DASS21_18 I noticed I was touchy. Follow_up2 PSYCHOPATHOLOGY STRESS SYMPTOMS
DASS21_19 I was aware of my heartbeat while I was not doing any exercise. Follow_up2 ANXIETY PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SYMPTOMS
DASS21_20 I was anxious without a reason. Follow_up2 ANXIETY PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SYMPTOMS
DASS21_21 I felt my life had no meaning. Follow_up2 DEPRESSION PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SYMPTOMS
TIPI_1 Extraverted, enthusiastic. Follow_up2 PERSONALITY
TIPI_2 Critical, quarrelsome. Follow_up2 PERSONALITY
TIPI_3 Dependable, self-disciplined. Follow_up2 PERSONALITY
TIPI_4 Anxious, easily upset. Follow_up2 PERSONALITY
TIPI_5 Open to new experiences, complex. Follow_up2 PERSONALITY
TIPI_6 Reserved, quiet. Follow_up2 PERSONALITY
TIPI_7 Sympathetic, warm. Follow_up2 PERSONALITY
TIPI_8 Disorganized, careless. Follow_up2 PERSONALITY
TIPI_9 Calm, emotionally stable. Follow_up2 PERSONALITY
TIPI_10 Conventional, uncreative. Follow_up2 PERSONALITY
SWL_1 In most ways my life is close to my ideal. Follow_up2 HEDONIC LIFE_SATISFACTION WELL_BEING
SWL_2 The conditions of my life are excellent. Follow_up2 HEDONIC LIFE_SATISFACTION WELL_BEING
SWL_3 I am satisfied with my life. Follow_up2 HEDONIC LIFE_SATISFACTION WELL_BEING
SWL_4 So far I have gotten the important things I want in life. Follow_up2 HEDONIC LIFE_SATISFACTION WELL_BEING
SWL_5 If I could live my life over, I would change almost nothing. Follow_up2 HEDONIC LIFE_SATISFACTION WELL_BEING
RSE_1 Generally, I am happy with myself. Follow_up2 SELF
RSE_2 Sometimes I don't think I'm good for anything. Follow_up2 SELF
RSE_3 I feel I have a number of good qualities. Follow_up2 SELF
RSE_4 I can do things as well as most other people. Follow_up2 SELF
RSE_5 I feel I don't have much to be proud of. Follow_up2 SELF
RSE_6 Sometimes I fele useless. Follow_up2 SELF
RSE_7 I feel I am a worthy person, at least as worthy as others. Follow_up2 SELF
RSE_8 I wish I could have more selfrespect. Follow_up2 SELF
RSE_9 Generally, I feel like a failure. Follow_up2 SELF
RSE_10 I have a positive attitude toward myself. Follow_up2 SELF
PSWQ_1 If I don't have enough time to do everything, I don't worry about it. Follow_up2 EMOTION_REGULATION STRATEGY WORRY
PSWQ_2 My worries overwelm me. Follow_up2 EMOTION_REGULATION STRATEGY WORRY
PSWQ_3 I tend not to worry about things. Follow_up2 EMOTION_REGULATION STRATEGY WORRY
PSWQ_4 many situations make me worry. Follow_up2 EMOTION_REGULATION STRATEGY WORRY
PSWQ_5 I know I should not worry about things, but I just can't help it. Follow_up2 EMOTION_REGULATION STRATEGY WORRY
PSWQ_6 When I'm under pressure I worry a lot. Follow_up2 EMOTION_REGULATION STRATEGY WORRY
PSWQ_7 I am always worrying about something. Follow_up2 EMOTION_REGULATION STRATEGY WORRY
PSWQ_8 I find it easy to dismiss worrisome thoughts. Follow_up2 EMOTION_REGULATION STRATEGY WORRY
PSWQ_9 As soon as I finish one task, I start worrying about everything else I have to do. Follow_up2 EMOTION_REGULATION STRATEGY WORRY
PSWQ_10 I never worry about anything. Follow_up2 EMOTION_REGULATION STRATEGY WORRY
PSWQ_11 When there's nothing more I can do about a concern, I won't worry about it anymore. Follow_up2 EMOTION_REGULATION STRATEGY WORRY
PSWQ_12 I've been a worrier all my life. Follow_up2 EMOTION_REGULATION STRATEGY WORRY
PSWQ_13 I notice I have been worrying about things. Follow_up2 EMOTION_REGULATION STRATEGY WORRY
PSWQ_14 Once I start worrying I can't stop. Follow_up2 EMOTION_REGULATION STRATEGY WORRY
PSWQ_15 I worry all the time. Follow_up2 EMOTION_REGULATION STRATEGY WORRY
PSWQ_16 I worry about project until they are done. Follow_up2 EMOTION_REGULATION STRATEGY WORRY
PANAS_NL_1 Enthousiastic Follow_up2 AFFECT POSITIVE_AFFECT
PANAS_NL_2 Anxious Follow_up2 AFFECT NEGATIVE_AFFECT
PANAS_NL_3 Interested Follow_up2 AFFECT POSITIVE_AFFECT
PANAS_NL_4 Angry Follow_up2 AFFECT NEGATIVE_AFFECT
PANAS_NL_5 Determined Follow_up2 AFFECT POSITIVE_AFFECT
PANAS_NL_6 Stressed Follow_up2 AFFECT NEGATIVE_AFFECT
PANAS_NL_7 Irritated Follow_up2 AFFECT NEGATIVE_AFFECT
PANAS_NL_8 Jittery Follow_up2 AFFECT NEGATIVE_AFFECT
PANAS_NL_9 Cheerful Follow_up2 AFFECT POSITIVE_AFFECT
PANAS_NL_10 Active Follow_up2 AFFECT POSITIVE_AFFECT
PANAS_NL_11 Strong Follow_up2 AFFECT POSITIVE_AFFECT
PANAS_NL_12 Hostile Follow_up2 AFFECT NEGATIVE_AFFECT
PANAS_NL_13 Embarresed Follow_up2 AFFECT NEGATIVE_AFFECT
PANAS_NL_14 Proud Follow_up2 AFFECT POSITIVE_AFFECT
PANAS_NL_15 Guilty Follow_up2 AFFECT NEGATIVE_AFFECT
PANAS_NL_16 Attentive Follow_up2 AFFECT POSITIVE_AFFECT
PANAS_NL_17 Inspired Follow_up2 AFFECT POSITIVE_AFFECT
PANAS_NL_18 Nervous Follow_up2 AFFECT NEGATIVE_AFFECT
PANAS_NL_19 Sad Follow_up2 AFFECT NEGATIVE_AFFECT
PANAS_NL_20 Alert Follow_up2 AFFECT POSITIVE_AFFECT
ERQ_1 When I want to feel more positive emotion (such as joy or amusement), I change what I’m thinking about. Follow_up2 EMOTION_REGULATION REAPPRAISAL STRATEGY
ERQ_2 I keep my emotions to myself. Follow_up2 EMOTION_REGULATION EXPRESSIVE_SUPPRESSION STRATEGY
ERQ_3 When I want to feel a less negative emotion (such as sadness or anger), I change what I’m thinking about. Follow_up2 EMOTION_REGULATION REAPPRAISAL STRATEGY
ERQ_4 When I am feeling positive emotions, I am careful not to express them. Follow_up2 EMOTION_REGULATION EXPRESSIVE_SUPPRESSION STRATEGY
ERQ_5 When I’m faced with a stressful situation, I make myself think about it, in a way that helps me stay calm. Follow_up2 EMOTION_REGULATION REAPPRAISAL STRATEGY
ERQ_6 I control my emotions by not expressing them. Follow_up2 EMOTION_REGULATION EXPRESSIVE_SUPPRESSION STRATEGY
ERQ_7 When I want to feel more positive emotion, I change the way I’m thinking about the situation. Follow_up2 EMOTION_REGULATION REAPPRAISAL STRATEGY
ERQ_8 I control my emotions by changing the way I think about the situation I’m in. Follow_up2 EMOTION_REGULATION REAPPRAISAL STRATEGY
ERQ_9 When I am feeling negative emotions, I make sure not to express them. Follow_up2 EMOTION_REGULATION EXPRESSIVE_SUPPRESSION STRATEGY
ERQ_10 When I want to feel a less negative emotion, I change the way I’m thinking about the situation. Follow_up2 EMOTION_REGULATION REAPPRAISAL STRATEGY
CESD_1 I was bothered by things that don’t usually bother me. Follow_up2 DEPRESSION PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SYMPTOMS
CESD_2 I did not feel like eating; my appetite was poor Follow_up2 DEPRESSION PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SYMPTOMS
NLEQ_42 fewer friends than I want Follow_up2 EVENT SITUATION_CONTEXT STRESS
CESD_3 I felt that I could not shake off the blues even with the help of my family or friends. Follow_up2 DEPRESSION PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SYMPTOMS
CESD_4 I felt that I was just as good as other people. Follow_up2 DEPRESSION PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SYMPTOMS
CESD_5 I had trouble keeping my mind on what I was doing. Follow_up2 DEPRESSION PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SYMPTOMS
CESD_6 I felt depressed. Follow_up2 DEPRESSION PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SYMPTOMS
CESD_7 I felt everything I did was an effort. Follow_up2 DEPRESSION PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SYMPTOMS
CESD_8 I felt hopeful about the future. Follow_up2 DEPRESSION PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SYMPTOMS
CESD_9 I thought my life had been a failure. Follow_up2 DEPRESSION PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SYMPTOMS
CESD_10 I felt fearful. Follow_up2 DEPRESSION PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SYMPTOMS
CESD_11 My sleep was restless. Follow_up2 DEPRESSION PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SYMPTOMS
CESD_12 I was happy. Follow_up2 DEPRESSION PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SYMPTOMS
CESD_13 I talked less than usual. Follow_up2 DEPRESSION PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SYMPTOMS
CESD_14 I felt lonely. Follow_up2 DEPRESSION PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SYMPTOMS
CESD_15 People were unfriendly. Follow_up2 DEPRESSION PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SYMPTOMS
CESD_16 I enjoyed life. Follow_up2 DEPRESSION PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SYMPTOMS
CESD_17 I had crying spells. Follow_up2 DEPRESSION PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SYMPTOMS
CESD_18 I felt sad. Follow_up2 DEPRESSION PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SYMPTOMS
CESD_19 I felt that people disliked me. Follow_up2 DEPRESSION PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SYMPTOMS
CESD_20 I could not get “going”. Follow_up2 DEPRESSION PSYCHOPATHOLOGY SYMPTOMS
TAS_1 I'm often confused about which emotion I experience Follow_up2 AFFECT ALEXITHYMIA EMOTION_INTELLIGENCE
TAS_2 It is hard to find the right words for my emotions Follow_up2 AFFECT ALEXITHYMIA EMOTION_INTELLIGENCE
TAS_3 I have physical experiences that even doctors don't understand Follow_up2 AFFECT ALEXITHYMIA EMOTION_INTELLIGENCE
TAS_4 I can easily describe my feelings Follow_up2 AFFECT ALEXITHYMIA EMOTION_INTELLIGENCE
TAS_5 I choose to analyse my poblems rather than just describe them Follow_up2 AFFECT ALEXITHYMIA EMOTION_INTELLIGENCE
TAS_6 When I'm upset I don't know whether I'm angry, sad, or scared Follow_up2 AFFECT ALEXITHYMIA EMOTION_INTELLIGENCE
TAS_7 I'm often riddled by my bodily sensations Follow_up2 AFFECT ALEXITHYMIA EMOTION_INTELLIGENCE
TAS_8 I'd rather let things go the natural course than understand why it went like it did Follow_up2 AFFECT ALEXITHYMIA EMOTION_INTELLIGENCE
TAS_9 I have feelings that I can't really name Follow_up2 AFFECT ALEXITHYMIA EMOTION_INTELLIGENCE
TAS_10 It is essential to be in touch with your emotions Follow_up2 AFFECT ALEXITHYMIA EMOTION_INTELLIGENCE
TAS_11 I think it's hard to describe what my feelings towards others are Follow_up2 AFFECT ALEXITHYMIA EMOTION_INTELLIGENCE
TAS_12 People ask me to describe my feelings more Follow_up2 AFFECT ALEXITHYMIA EMOTION_INTELLIGENCE
TAS_13 I don't know what's going on inside me Follow_up2 AFFECT ALEXITHYMIA EMOTION_INTELLIGENCE
TAS_14 I often do not know why I'm upset Follow_up2 AFFECT ALEXITHYMIA EMOTION_INTELLIGENCE
TAS_15 I'd rather talk to people about their daily activities instead of their feelings Follow_up2 AFFECT ALEXITHYMIA EMOTION_INTELLIGENCE
TAS_16 I rather watch light amusement shows than psychological dramas Follow_up2 AFFECT ALEXITHYMIA EMOTION_INTELLIGENCE
TAS_17 It is hard for me to show my feelings even to my closest friends Follow_up2 AFFECT ALEXITHYMIA EMOTION_INTELLIGENCE
TAS_18 I can feel very close to someone, even in moments of silence Follow_up2 AFFECT ALEXITHYMIA EMOTION_INTELLIGENCE
TAS_19 I find it useful to explore feeling when resolving personal issues Follow_up2 AFFECT ALEXITHYMIA EMOTION_INTELLIGENCE
TAS_20 Looking for hidden meaning in films and plays makes watching them less enjoyable Follow_up2 AFFECT ALEXITHYMIA EMOTION_INTELLIGENCE
PSS_1 How often have you been upset because of something that happened unexpectedly? Follow_up2 PSYCHOPATHOLOGY STRESS SYMPTOMS
PSS_2 How often have you felt that you were unable to control the important things in your life? Follow_up2 PSYCHOPATHOLOGY STRESS SYMPTOMS
PSS_3 How often have you felt nervous and “stressed”? Follow_up2 PSYCHOPATHOLOGY STRESS SYMPTOMS
PSS_4 How often have you felt confident about your ability to handle your personal problems? Follow_up2 PSYCHOPATHOLOGY STRESS SYMPTOMS
PSS_5 How often have you felt that things were going your way? Follow_up2 PSYCHOPATHOLOGY STRESS SYMPTOMS
PSS_6 How often have you found that you could not cope with all the things that you had to do Follow_up2 PSYCHOPATHOLOGY STRESS SYMPTOMS
PSS_7 How often have you been able to control irritations in your life? Follow_up2 PSYCHOPATHOLOGY STRESS SYMPTOMS
PSS_8 How often have you felt that you were on top of things? Follow_up2 PSYCHOPATHOLOGY STRESS SYMPTOMS
PSS_9 How often have you been angered because of things that were outside your control? Follow_up2 PSYCHOPATHOLOGY STRESS SYMPTOMS
PSS_10 How often have you felt difficulties were piling up so high that you could not overcome them? Follow_up2 PSYCHOPATHOLOGY STRESS SYMPTOMS
NLEQ_1 Failed a school activity Follow_up2 EVENT SITUATION_CONTEXT STRESS
NLEQ_2 Failed a school activity. (If yes) how much did you suffer? Follow_up2 EVENT SITUATION_CONTEXT STRESS
NLEQ_3 negative reaction by loved ones to bad school performance Follow_up2 EVENT SITUATION_CONTEXT STRESS
NLEQ_4 negative reaction by loved ones to bad school performance. (If yes) how much did you suffer? Follow_up2 EVENT SITUATION_CONTEXT STRESS
NLEQ_5 worse school performance than expected Follow_up2 EVENT SITUATION_CONTEXT STRESS
NLEQ_6 worse school performance than expected. (If yes) how much did you suffer? Follow_up2 EVENT SITUATION_CONTEXT STRESS
NLEQ_7 conflict with family member Follow_up2 EVENT SITUATION_CONTEXT STRESS
NLEQ_8 conflict with family member. (If yes) how much did you suffer? Follow_up2 EVENT SITUATION_CONTEXT STRESS
NLEQ_9 death of family member Follow_up2 EVENT SITUATION_CONTEXT STRESS
NLEQ_10 death of family member. (If yes) how much did you suffer? Follow_up2 EVENT SITUATION_CONTEXT STRESS
NLEQ_11 problem (medical, emotional, ,,,) family member Follow_up2 EVENT SITUATION_CONTEXT STRESS
NLEQ_12 problem (medical, emotional, ,,,) family member. (If yes) how much did you suffer? Follow_up2 EVENT SITUATION_CONTEXT STRESS
NLEQ_13 marital problems parents Follow_up2 EVENT SITUATION_CONTEXT STRESS
NLEQ_14 marital problems parents. (If yes) how much did you suffer? Follow_up2 EVENT SITUATION_CONTEXT STRESS
RSQ_6 I try to look atthe situation in a positive way Follow_up2 DISTRACTION EMOTION_REGULATION STRATEGY
RSQ_7 I think: I'm going to do something to make me feel better Follow_up2 DISTRACTION EMOTION_REGULATION STRATEGY
NLEQ_15 financial problems Follow_up2 EVENT SITUATION_CONTEXT STRESS
NLEQ_16 financial problems. (If yes) how much did you suffer? Follow_up2 EVENT SITUATION_CONTEXT STRESS
NLEQ_17 wanted a partner but had none Follow_up2 EVENT SITUATION_CONTEXT STRESS
NLEQ_18 wanted a partner but had none. (If yes) how much did you suffer? Follow_up2 EVENT SITUATION_CONTEXT STRESS
NLEQ_19 unreciprocal love Follow_up2 EVENT SITUATION_CONTEXT STRESS
NLEQ_20 unreciprocal love. (If yes) how much did you suffer? Follow_up2 EVENT SITUATION_CONTEXT STRESS
NLEQ_21 ever had a partner? Follow_up2 EVENT SITUATION_CONTEXT STRESS
NLEQ_22 break up Follow_up2 EVENT SITUATION_CONTEXT STRESS
NLEQ_23 break up. (If yes) how much did you suffer? Follow_up2 EVENT SITUATION_CONTEXT STRESS
NLEQ_24 partner cheated Follow_up2 EVENT SITUATION_CONTEXT STRESS
NLEQ_25 partner cheated. (If yes) how much did you suffer? Follow_up2 EVENT SITUATION_CONTEXT STRESS
NLEQ_26 physical or emotional abuse by partner Follow_up2 EVENT SITUATION_CONTEXT STRESS
NLEQ_27 physical or emotional abuse by partner. (If yes) how much did you suffer? Follow_up2 EVENT SITUATION_CONTEXT STRESS
NLEQ_28 problem partner Follow_up2 EVENT SITUATION_CONTEXT STRESS
NLEQ_29 problem partner. (If yes) how much did you suffer? Follow_up2 EVENT SITUATION_CONTEXT STRESS
NLEQ_30 missed partner for longer period of time Follow_up2 EVENT SITUATION_CONTEXT STRESS
NLEQ_31 missed partner for longer period of time. (If yes) how much did you suffer? Follow_up2 EVENT SITUATION_CONTEXT STRESS
NLEQ_32 conflict friends Follow_up2 EVENT SITUATION_CONTEXT STRESS
NLEQ_33 conflict friends. (If yes) how much did you suffer? Follow_up2 EVENT SITUATION_CONTEXT STRESS
NLEQ_34 broke contact with friend Follow_up2 EVENT SITUATION_CONTEXT STRESS
NLEQ_35 broke contact with friend. (If yes) how much did you suffer? Follow_up2 EVENT SITUATION_CONTEXT STRESS
NLEQ_36 gossip Follow_up2 EVENT SITUATION_CONTEXT STRESS
NLEQ_37 gossip. (If yes) how much did you suffer? Follow_up2 EVENT SITUATION_CONTEXT STRESS
NLEQ_38 death of friend Follow_up2 EVENT SITUATION_CONTEXT STRESS
NLEQ_39 death of friend. (If yes) how much did you suffer? Follow_up2 EVENT SITUATION_CONTEXT STRESS
NLEQ_40 felt left out, ignored Follow_up2 EVENT SITUATION_CONTEXT STRESS
NLEQ_41 felt left out, ignored. (If yes) how much did you suffer? Follow_up2 EVENT SITUATION_CONTEXT STRESS
NLEQ_43 fewer friends than I want. (If yes) how much did you suffer? Follow_up2 EVENT SITUATION_CONTEXT STRESS
NLEQ_44 health issues Follow_up2 EVENT SITUATION_CONTEXT STRESS
NLEQ_45 health issues. (If yes) how much did you suffer? Follow_up2 EVENT SITUATION_CONTEXT STRESS
NLEQ_46 witnessed accident or fellony Follow_up2 EVENT SITUATION_CONTEXT STRESS
NLEQ_47 witnessed accident or fellony. (If yes) how much did you suffer? Follow_up2 EVENT SITUATION_CONTEXT STRESS
NLEQ_48 legal problems Follow_up2 EVENT SITUATION_CONTEXT STRESS
NLEQ_49 legal problems. (If yes) how much did you suffer? Follow_up2 EVENT SITUATION_CONTEXT STRESS
SEDAS_1 important to feel positive Follow_up2 AFFECT BELIEF SOCIAL_DESIRABILITY
SEDAS_2 try alway to have positive feelings Follow_up2 AFFECT BELIEF SOCIAL_DESIRABILITY
SEDAS_3 feeling positive is normal Follow_up2 AFFECT BELIEF SOCIAL_DESIRABILITY
SEDAS_4 feeling positive is an important part of life Follow_up2 AFFECT BELIEF SOCIAL_DESIRABILITY
SEDAS_5 should feel positive Follow_up2 AFFECT BELIEF SOCIAL_DESIRABILITY
SEDAS_6 important that others se eme as a positive person Follow_up2 AFFECT BELIEF SOCIAL_DESIRABILITY
SEDAS_7 others expect me to feel positive Follow_up2 AFFECT BELIEF SOCIAL_DESIRABILITY
SEDAS_8 people like me better when I feel positive Follow_up2 AFFECT BELIEF SOCIAL_DESIRABILITY
SEDAS_9 I believe that feeling positive is normal in society Follow_up2 AFFECT BELIEF SOCIAL_DESIRABILITY
SEDAS_10 it is acceptable to feel positive Follow_up2 AFFECT BELIEF SOCIAL_DESIRABILITY
SEDAS_11 society expects people to feel positive Follow_up2 AFFECT BELIEF SOCIAL_DESIRABILITY
SEDAS_12 important not to feel negative Follow_up2 AFFECT BELIEF SOCIAL_DESIRABILITY
SEDAS_13 try to avoid negative feelings Follow_up2 AFFECT BELIEF SOCIAL_DESIRABILITY
SEDAS_14 feeling negative is normal Follow_up2 AFFECT BELIEF SOCIAL_DESIRABILITY
SEDAS_15 feeling negative if an important part of life Follow_up2 AFFECT BELIEF SOCIAL_DESIRABILITY
SEDAS_16 I shouldn't feel negative Follow_up2 AFFECT BELIEF SOCIAL_DESIRABILITY
SEDAS_17 Important that others don't see me as a negative person Follow_up2 AFFECT BELIEF SOCIAL_DESIRABILITY
SEDAS_18 Other expect me not to feel negative Follow_up2 AFFECT BELIEF SOCIAL_DESIRABILITY
SEDAS_19 people find me less nice when I feel negative Follow_up2 AFFECT BELIEF SOCIAL_DESIRABILITY
SEDAS_20 I believe that feeling negative is normal in society Follow_up2 AFFECT BELIEF SOCIAL_DESIRABILITY
SEDAS_21 I believe it is socially accepted to feel negative Follow_up2 AFFECT BELIEF SOCIAL_DESIRABILITY
SEDAS_22 society expects people not to feel negative Follow_up2 AFFECT BELIEF SOCIAL_DESIRABILITY
RSQ_1 I ask for help to deal with the problem Follow_up2 EMOTION_REGULATION PROBLEM_SOLVING STRATEGY
RSQ_2 I think about how only I feel this way Follow_up2 EMOTION_REGULATION RUMINATION STRATEGY
RSQ_3 I think I won't be able to work because I feel so bad Follow_up2 EMOTION_REGULATION RUMINATION STRATEGY
RSQ_4 I think about my fatigue and pain Follow_up2 EMOTION_REGULATION RUMINATION STRATEGY
RSQ_5 I think about how hard it is to concentrate Follow_up2 EMOTION_REGULATION RUMINATION STRATEGY
RSQ_8 I help someone else to take my mind off things Follow_up2 DISTRACTION EMOTION_REGULATION STRATEGY
RSQ_9 I think about how passive and unmotivated I feel Follow_up2 EMOTION_REGULATION RUMINATION STRATEGY
RSQ_10 I remind myself that this feeling won't last forever Follow_up2 DISTRACTION EMOTION_REGULATION STRATEGY
RSQ_11 I analyze recent events to understand why I feel depressed Follow_up2 EMOTION_REGULATION RUMINATION STRATEGY
RSQ_12 I think about how I don't seem to feel anything Follow_up2 EMOTION_REGULATION RUMINATION STRATEGY
RSQ_13 I think: why can't I get started Follow_up2 EMOTION_REGULATION RUMINATION STRATEGY
RSQ_14 I wonder why I always react this way Follow_up2 EMOTION_REGULATION RUMINATION STRATEGY
RSQ_15 I go to one of my favourite places to think about my feelings Follow_up2 DISTRACTION EMOTION_REGULATION STRATEGY
RSQ_16 I go out alone and think about why I'm feeling this way Follow_up2 EMOTION_REGULATION RUMINATION STRATEGY
RSQ_17 I talk to someone whose judgement I appreciate Follow_up2 EMOTION_REGULATION PROBLEM_SOLVING STRATEGY
RSQ_18 I think I will concentrate on something other than my feelings Follow_up2 DISTRACTION EMOTION_REGULATION STRATEGY
RSQ_19 I write down what i'm thinking and analyze it Follow_up2 EMOTION_REGULATION RUMINATION STRATEGY
RSQ_20 I do something that has helped in the past to make me feel better Follow_up2 DISTRACTION EMOTION_REGULATION STRATEGY
RSQ_21 I think about a recent event which I wanted to have gone better Follow_up2 EMOTION_REGULATION RUMINATION STRATEGY
RSQ_22 I think: go outside and have some fun Follow_up2 DISTRACTION EMOTION_REGULATION STRATEGY
RSQ_23 I think of a plan to deal with the problem Follow_up2 EMOTION_REGULATION PROBLEM_SOLVING STRATEGY
RSQ_24 I stay away from people Follow_up2 EMOTION_REGULATION PROBLEM_SOLVING STRATEGY
RSQ_25 I focus on my work Follow_up2 DISTRACTION EMOTION_REGULATION STRATEGY
RSQ_26 I wonder why I have these problems and others don't Follow_up2 EMOTION_REGULATION RUMINATION STRATEGY
RSQ_27 I think about how sad I feel Follow_up2 EMOTION_REGULATION RUMINATION STRATEGY
RSQ_28 I think about my faillures Follow_up2 EMOTION_REGULATION RUMINATION STRATEGY
RSQ_29 I do something I enjoy Follow_up2 DISTRACTION EMOTION_REGULATION STRATEGY
RSQ_30 I think about how I don't feel like doing anything Follow_up2 EMOTION_REGULATION RUMINATION STRATEGY
RSQ_31 I do something fun with a friend Follow_up2 DISTRACTION EMOTION_REGULATION STRATEGY
RSQ_32 I analyse my personality Follow_up2 EMOTION_REGULATION RUMINATION STRATEGY
RSQ_33 I go somewhere on my own to think about my feelings Follow_up2 EMOTION_REGULATION RUMINATION STRATEGY
RSQ_34 I think about how mad I am at myself Follow_up2 EMOTION_REGULATION RUMINATION STRATEGY
RSQ_35 I listen to sad music Follow_up2 EMOTION_REGULATION RUMINATION STRATEGY
RSQ_36 I think about the reasons I feel sad Follow_up2 EMOTION_REGULATION RUMINATION STRATEGY
RSQ_37 I try to understand my depressed feelings Follow_up2 EMOTION_REGULATION RUMINATION STRATEGY
RSQ_38 I think: I won't be able to work if I don't get over this Follow_up2 EMOTION_REGULATION RUMINATION STRATEGY
RSQ_39 I think: what did I do to deserve this Follow_up2 EMOTION_REGULATION RUMINATION STRATEGY
RSQ_40 I think that I won't be able to concentrate if I keep feeling this way Follow_up2 EMOTION_REGULATION RUMINATION STRATEGY
RSQ_41 I think: why can't things go better Follow_up2 EMOTION_REGULATION RUMINATION STRATEGY
RPA_1 I think: "I can do anything". Follow_up2 EMOTION_REGULATION POSITIVE_AFFECT STRATEGY
RPA_2 I think about how proud I am with myself. Follow_up2 EMOTION_REGULATION POSITIVE_AFFECT STRATEGY
RPA_3 I think: "people will think I'm arrogant" Follow_up2 EMOTION_REGULATION RUMINATION STRATEGY
RPA_4 I think: "this is too good to be true" Follow_up2 EMOTION_REGULATION RUMINATION STRATEGY
RPA_5 I think about how strong I feel Follow_up2 EMOTION_REGULATION POSITIVE_AFFECT STRATEGY
RPA_6 I enjoy the moment Follow_up2 EMOTION_REGULATION POSITIVE_AFFECT STRATEGY
RPA_7 I think: "I do everything I can" Follow_up2 EMOTION_REGULATION POSITIVE_AFFECT STRATEGY
RPA_8 I think about things that went wrong for me Follow_up2 EMOTION_REGULATION RUMINATION STRATEGY
RPA_9 I remind myself that these feelings won't last long Follow_up2 EMOTION_REGULATION RUMINATION STRATEGY
RPA_10 I notice I am full of energy Follow_up2 EMOTION_REGULATION POSITIVE_AFFECT STRATEGY
RPA_11 I think: "I can make everything work" Follow_up2 EMOTION_REGULATION POSITIVE_AFFECT STRATEGY
RPA_12 I think I am ready to begin Follow_up2 EMOTION_REGULATION POSITIVE_AFFECT STRATEGY
RPA_13 I think my luck will soon run out Follow_up2 EMOTION_REGULATION RUMINATION STRATEGY
RPA_14 I think about how hard it is to keep focus Follow_up2 EMOTION_REGULATION RUMINATION STRATEGY
RPA_15 I think about how happy I'm feeling Follow_up2 EMOTION_REGULATION POSITIVE_AFFECT STRATEGY
RPA_16 I think of things that could go wrong Follow_up2 EMOTION_REGULATION RUMINATION STRATEGY
RPA_17 I think: "I don't deserve this" Follow_up2 EMOTION_REGULATION RUMINATION STRATEGY
UCLA_1 in tune with people around you Follow_up2 LONELINESS SOCIAL
UCLA_2 lack companionship Follow_up2 LONELINESS SOCIAL
UCLA_3 no one to turn to Follow_up2 LONELINESS SOCIAL
UCLA_4 feel alone Follow_up2 LONELINESS SOCIAL
UCLA_5 part of a group of friends Follow_up2 LONELINESS SOCIAL
UCLA_6 a lot in common with people around you Follow_up2 LONELINESS SOCIAL
UCLA_7 no longer close to anyone Follow_up2 LONELINESS SOCIAL
UCLA_8 interests and ideas are not shared Follow_up2 LONELINESS SOCIAL
UCLA_9 feel extraverted and friendly Follow_up2 LONELINESS SOCIAL
UCLA_10 feel close to people Follow_up2 LONELINESS SOCIAL
UCLA_11 feel left out Follow_up2 LONELINESS SOCIAL
UCLA_12 feel that relations with others are not meaningful Follow_up2 LONELINESS SOCIAL
UCLA_13 no one really knows you well Follow_up2 LONELINESS SOCIAL
UCLA_14 isolated from others Follow_up2 LONELINESS SOCIAL
UCLA_15 you can find companionship if you want it Follow_up2 LONELINESS SOCIAL
UCLA_16 there are people who really understand you Follow_up2 LONELINESS SOCIAL
UCLA_17 feel shy Follow_up2 LONELINESS SOCIAL
UCLA_18 like people are around you but not with you Follow_up2 LONELINESS SOCIAL
UCLA_19 there are people you can talk to Follow_up2 LONELINESS SOCIAL
UCLA_20 there are people you can count on Follow_up2 LONELINESS SOCIAL
NFA_1 I am affraid of feeling emotions Follow_up2 AFFECT BELIEF
NFA_2 I fin dit hard to tell people close to me that I love them Follow_up2 AFFECT BELIEF
NFA_3 I have to experience strong emotions regularly Follow_up2 AFFECT BELIEF
NFA_4 emotions help people go through life Follow_up2 AFFECT BELIEF
NFA_5 I am an emotional person Follow_up2 AFFECT BELIEF
NFA_6 I think it is important to explore emotions Follow_up2 AFFECT BELIEF
DSM_PAN_17 Hot flashes or cold chills. Follow_up2 CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DIAGNOSIS PANIC PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
NFA_7 I approach situation in which I expect to experience intense emotions Follow_up2 AFFECT BELIEF
NFA_8 I try to avoid intense emotions as I find them overwhelming Follow_up2 AFFECT BELIEF
NFA_9 I choose not to experience emotional highs and lows Follow_up2 AFFECT BELIEF
NFA_10 I don't know how to deal with my emotions, so I avoid them Follow_up2 AFFECT BELIEF
NFA_11 Emotions are dangerous, they often result in situations I'd rather avoid Follow_up2 AFFECT BELIEF
NFA_12 It is always wrong to act upon your emotions Follow_up2 AFFECT BELIEF
NFA_13 We should surrender to our emotions Follow_up2 AFFECT BELIEF
NFA_14 displays of emotions are sometimes embarrassing Follow_up2 AFFECT BELIEF
NFA_15 strong emotions are generaly beneficial Follow_up2 AFFECT BELIEF
NFA_16 people function most effectively when they don't experience strong emotions Follow_up2 AFFECT BELIEF
NFA_17 experience of emotions promotes human survival Follow_up2 AFFECT BELIEF
NFA_18 I feel it's important to be in touch with my emotions Follow_up2 AFFECT BELIEF
NFA_19 I think it's important to know how others are feeling Follow_up2 AFFECT BELIEF
NFA_20 I get stuck in my emotions Follow_up2 AFFECT BELIEF
NFA_21 I wish I felt less emotions Follow_up2 AFFECT BELIEF
NFA_22 avoiding emotional events helps me sleep at night Follow_up2 AFFECT BELIEF
NFA_23 sometimes I am affraid of how I would act when I get emotional Follow_up2 AFFECT BELIEF
NFA_24 I feel the need to cry sometimes Follow_up2 AFFECT BELIEF
NFA_25 I would like to be rational and have fewer emotions Follow_up2 AFFECT BELIEF
NFA_26 I love to decorate my bedroom with items that have emotional value Follow_up2 AFFECT BELIEF
SWL_1_LASTYEAR In most ways my life is close to my ideal. Follow_up2 HEDONIC LIFE_SATISFACTION WELL_BEING
SWL_2_LASTYEAR The conditions of my life are excellent. Follow_up2 HEDONIC LIFE_SATISFACTION WELL_BEING
SWL_3_LASTYEAR I am satisfied with my life. Follow_up2 HEDONIC LIFE_SATISFACTION WELL_BEING
SWL_4_LASTYEAR So far I have gotten the important things I want in life. Follow_up2 HEDONIC LIFE_SATISFACTION WELL_BEING
SWL_5_LASTYEAR If I could live my life over, I would change almost nothing. Follow_up2 HEDONIC LIFE_SATISFACTION WELL_BEING
ESM_RELATED_1 Participating in this study made my life: Follow_up2 ESM_RELATED
ESM_RELATED_2 By participating I was more aware of my emotions Follow_up2 ESM_RELATED
ESM_RELATED_3 By participating I was more aware of my emotions + evaluation Follow_up2 ESM_RELATED
UNABLE_SCHOOL Have you ever (or for w2 and w3 since the last time) not been able to work or go to school? Follow_up2 EDUCATION WELL_BEING
COUNSELLING Have you ever (or for w2 and w3 since the last time) sought psychological counseling Follow_up2 HELP_SEEK PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
MEDICATION Do you use any kind of medication? Follow_up2 MEDICATION PHYSICAL_HEALTH
HELP_SEEK Have you ever (or for w2 and w3 since the last time) been advised to seek psychological help? Follow_up2 HELP_SEEK PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
HOSPITAL_PSYCH Have you ever (or for w2 and w3 since the last time) been admitted for psychological problems? Follow_up2 HELP_SEEK PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_DEP_1 Depressed mood during the biggest part of the day, almost every day. Follow_up2 CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DEPRESSION DIAGNOSIS PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_DEP_2 Clear decrease of pleasure in activities that are normally pleasurable. Follow_up2 CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DEPRESSION DIAGNOSIS PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_DEP_3 Weightgain or loss (the latter without diet) or increased/decreased appetite. Follow_up2 CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DEPRESSION DIAGNOSIS PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_DEP_4 Indication wether or not there was weightloss. Follow_up2 CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DEPRESSION DIAGNOSIS PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_DEP_5 Indication wether or not there was weightgain. Follow_up2 CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DEPRESSION DIAGNOSIS PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_DEP_6 Insomnia or hypersomnia almost every day. Criterion present or not. Follow_up2 CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DEPRESSION DIAGNOSIS PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_DEP_7 Indication wether or not there was insomnia. Follow_up2 CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DEPRESSION DIAGNOSIS PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_DEP_8 Indication wether or not there was hypersomnia. Follow_up2 CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DEPRESSION DIAGNOSIS PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_DEP_9 Psychomotor agitation or retardation almost every day. Criterion present or not. Follow_up2 CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DEPRESSION DIAGNOSIS PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_DEP_10 Indication wether or not there was retardation of psychomotor functions. Follow_up2 CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DEPRESSION DIAGNOSIS PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_DEP_11 Indication wether or not there was agitation of psychomotor functions. Follow_up2 CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DEPRESSION DIAGNOSIS PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_DEP_12 Fatigue or energy loss, almost every day. Follow_up2 CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DEPRESSION DIAGNOSIS PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_DEP_13 Feelings of worthlessness of excessive guilt, almost every day. Follow_up2 CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DEPRESSION DIAGNOSIS PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_DEP_14 Indication whether the feelings included wortlessness. Follow_up2 CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DEPRESSION DIAGNOSIS PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_DEP_15 Indication whether the feelings included guilt. Follow_up2 CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DEPRESSION DIAGNOSIS PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_DEP_16 Impaired ability to think or concentrate or descision making. Criterion present or not. Follow_up2 CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DEPRESSION DIAGNOSIS PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_DEP_17 Indication wether or not there were problems with thinking. Follow_up2 CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DEPRESSION DIAGNOSIS PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_DEP_18 Indication wether or not there were problems with descisionmaking. Follow_up2 CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DEPRESSION DIAGNOSIS PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_DEP_19 Recurrent thoughts of death, suicide thoughts with or without a specific plan or an attempt to commit suicide. Follow_up2 CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DEPRESSION DIAGNOSIS PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_DEP_20 Indication wether thoughts about death occurred. Follow_up2 CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DEPRESSION DIAGNOSIS PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_DEP_21 Indication wether thoughts about suicide occurred. Follow_up2 CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DEPRESSION DIAGNOSIS PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_DEP_22 Indication wether there was a suicide plan. Follow_up2 CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DEPRESSION DIAGNOSIS PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_DEP_23 Indication wether there was an attempted suicide. Follow_up2 CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DEPRESSION DIAGNOSIS PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_DEP_24 Symptoms above cause severe suffering or limitations in daily life (social, professional or otherwise) Follow_up2 CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DEPRESSION DIAGNOSIS PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
DSM_DEP_25 Symptoms are not caused by direct effects of drugs, medication or any somatic condition. Follow_up2 CLINICAL_INTERVIEW DEPRESSION