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THE CHANGING LIVES OF OLDER COUPLES STUDY

MACBAT HEALTH FOLLOW-UP STUDY
CODEBOOK FOR ALL WAVES OF THE STUDY
APRIL, 1991
GENERAL CODING INSTRUCTIONS

1. Code Seq. # on Facesheet as the Case ID.

2. Ranges are not acceptable at any location in the Interview. If you come across a range, see Supervisor.

3. Interviews will have been edited, and some items "scored", in green by the Study staff prior to the coding process. If editing conflicts with the DDE specifications, see Supervisor.

4. Although not indicated in the codebook or on the screens, many variables are coded to one decimal place (e.g., A1c, A2). The DDE program will convert these 3-digit fields, but care must be taken to enter the correct values, usually involving the insertion of a lead 0--e.g., 4.3 seconds must be entered as 043.


FACESHEET

VAR #
20001 FS. Coding Sequence #


20002 FS. Resp. ID# -- 1st 4 digits (CLOC ID #)


20003 FS. Resp. ID# -- Last 2 digits


[V20004 BUILD 6-digit Respondent ID# (V20002+V20003)]


20005 FS. Result Code:


01. Complete IW

05. Partial IW


20006 FS. Respondent "history": 2 digits


BUILD = 00

20007 FS. 4-digit ID# of person to whom R is matched


Code 1st 4 digits of ID# precoded on Facesheet

0000. No matching Interview (V20003=00); no precoded ID# on

Facesheet

20008 FS. 2-digit ID# of person to whom R is matched


Code last 2 digits of ID# precoded on Facesheet
00. No matching Interview (V20003=00); no precoded ID# on

[V20009: BUILD 6-digit ID# (V20007+V20008)]
20010 FS. "History" of person to whom R is matched: 2 digits
BUILD = 00

20011 FS1. INTERVIEWER ID# (4 digits from label/box)


20012 FS3. Date of Iw--MONTH


Code MONTH (01-12)
99. NA

20013 FS3. Date of Iw--DAY


Code DAY (01-31)
99. NA

20014 FS3. Date of Iw--YEAR


Code last 2 digits of YEAR (89-91)
99. NA

20015 FS4. Length of Iw


Code MIN (001-240)
999. NA


20016 FS6a. Specimen Agreement--Urine
1. YES

5. NO
9. NA


20017 FS6a. Specimen Agreement--Blood


1. YES

5. NO
9. NA




SECTION A: PHYSICAL PERFORMANCE

VAR #
20201 A0. INTERVIEWER CHECKPOINT

┌────────────────┐

│0 in 20202-20248├── 1. R USES WALKER OR WHEELCHAIR

└────────────────┘

2. ALL OTHERS

A1. SEMI-TANDEM STAND (EYES OPEN)


I would like you to try to stand with the side of the heel of one foot touching the side of the big toe of the other foot for about ten seconds.

20202 A1a. INTERVIEWER CHECKPOINT


1. R USES CANE

┌──────────┐

│0 in 20203├──────── 2. ALL OTHERS

└──────────┘

0. Inap, 1 in 20201

20203 A1b. Do you think you could try doing this without your cane?


1. YES

┌────────────────┐

│0 in 20204-20233├── 5. NO

└──────────┬─────┘

├──────── 8. DK

└──────── 9. NA


0. Inap, 1 in 20201; 2 in 20202

20204 A1c(A1). # OF SECONDS


Code # OF SECONDS (001-100), except:
993. TRIED, BUT UNABLE

995. NOT PERFORMED FOR SAFETY REASONS


999. NA
000. Inap, 1 in 20201; 5, 8-9 in 20203

20205 A1d. INTERVIEWER CHECKPOINT

┌──────────┐

│0 in 20206├─────── 1. R HELD POSITION FOR 10 SECONDS

└──────────┘

┌────────────────┐

│0 in 20207-20217├── 2. ALL OTHERS

└────────────────┘

0. Inap, 1 in 20201; 5, 8-9 in 20203

A2. SIDE BY SIDE STAND


Now I would like you to try to stand with your feet together, side by side, for about 10 seconds.
20206 (A2). # OF SECONDS
Code # OF SECONDS (001-100), except:
993. TRIED, BUT UNABLE

995. NOT PERFORMED FOR SAFETY REASONS


999. NA
000. Inap, 1 in 20201; 5, 8-9 in 20203; 1 in 20205

A3. TANDEM STAND -- EYES OPEN


Now I would like you to try standing with the heel of one foot in front of and touching the toes of your other foot for about 10 seconds.
20207 (A3). # OF SECONDS
Code # OF SECONDS (001-100), except:

┌────────────────┐

│0 in 20208-20209├─ 993. TRIED, BUT UNABLE

└────────────────┴─ 995. NOT PERFORMED FOR SAFETY REASONS


999. NA
000. Inap, 1 in 20201; 5, 8-9 in 20203; 2 in 20205

20208 A3a. MOVES ARMS


1. YES ┌────────────────────────┐

5. NO │USE SAME CODE FOR V20209

└────────────────────────┘

9. NA
0. Inap, 1 in 20201; 5, 8-9 in 20203; 2 in 20205; 993 or 995 in 20207

20209 A3b. TRUNK SWAYING

20210 A4. INTERVIEWER CHECKPOINT

1. R HELD TANDEM STAND (EYES OPEN) FOR 10 SECONDS

┌────────────────┐

│0 in 20211-20217├── 2. ALL OTHERS

└────────────────┘

0. Inap, 1 in 20201; 5, 8-9 in 20203; 2 in 20205

A5. TANDEM STAND -- EYES CLOSED

Next, I'd like you to try standing like you just did with one foot in front of the other, but with your eyes closed this time.
20211 (A5). # OF SECONDS
Code # OF SECONDS (001-100), except:

┌────────────────┐

│0 in 20212-20213├── 993. TRIED, BUT UNABLE

└────────────────┴── 995. NOT PERFORMED FOR SAFETY REASONS


999. NA
000. Inap, 1 in 20201; 5, 8-9 in 20203; 2 in 20205 or 20210

20212 A5a. MOVES ARMS


1. YES ┌────────────────────────┐

5. NO │USE SAME CODE FOR V20213

└────────────────────────┘

9. NA
0. Inap, 1 in 20201; 5, 8-9 in 20203; 2 in 20205 or 20210; 993 or 995 in 20211

20213 A5b. TRUNK SWAYING

A6. TANDEM WALK


I would like you to walk as if you were walking a tightrope.
Keep your feet in line, with the heel of the foot in front touching the toe of the foot behind. You can move your arms to help keep your balance. I'll be walking next to you and will time you to see how long it takes you to walk 10 steps.
20214 (A6). # OF STEPS

Code # OF STEPS (01-10), except:

┌────────────────┐

│0 in 20215-20216├── 93. TRIED, UNABLE (NO STEPS)

└────────────────┴── 95. NOT PERFORMED FOR SAFETY REASONS

99. NA
00. Inap, 1 in 20201; 5, 8-9 in 20203; 2 in 20205 or 20210

20215 A6a. TIME


Code # OF SECONDS (001-100)
999. NA
000. Inap, 1 in 20201; 5, 8-9 in 20203; 2 in 20205 or 20210 93 or 95 in 20214

20216 A6a. MOVES ARMS


1. YES ┌────────────────────────┐

5. NO │USE SAME CODE FOR V20217

└────────────────────────┘

9. NA
0. Inap, 1 in 20201; 5, 8-9 in 20203; 2 in 20205 or 20210; 93 or 95 in 20214

20217 A6b. TRUNK SWAYING

A7. SINGLE LEG STANDS


I would like you to try to balance on one leg like this...
20218 (A7). # OF SECONDS
Code # OF SECONDS (001-100), except:

┌────────────────┐

│0 in 20219-20221├── 993. TRIED, BUT UNABLE

└────────────────┘

┌────────────────┐

│0 in 20219-20227├── 995. NOT PERFORMED FOR SAFETY REASONS

└────────────────┘

999. NA
000. Inap, 1 in 20201; 5, 8-9 in 20203


20219 A7a. MOVES ARMS


1. YES ┌────────────────────────┐

5. NO │USE SAME CODE FOR V20220

└────────────────────────┘

9. NA
0. Inap, 1 in 20201; 5, 8-9 in 20203; 993 or 995 in 20218

20220 A7b. TRUNK SWAYING

20221 A7c. STANDING LEG

1. RIGHT

2. LEFT
9. NA


0. Inap, 1 in 20201; 5, 8-9 in 20203; 993 or 995 in 20218

20222 A7d. INTERVIEWER CHECKPOINT

┌────────────────┐

│0 in 20223-20227├── 1. R HELD POSITION FOR 10 SEC.

└────────────────┘

2. ALL OTHERS


0. Inap, 1 in 20201; 5, 8-9 in 20203; 995 in 20218

20223 A7e. Would it be unsafe for you to try the stand using your other leg?

┌───────┐

│0 in ├────────── 1. YES

│ │

│20224- │ 5. NO



│20227

└───────┼────────── 8. DK

└────────── 9. NA

0. Inap, 1 in 20201; 5, 8-9 in 20203; 995 in 20218; 1 in 20222


20224 (A7f). # OF SECONDS


Code # OF SECONDS (001-100), except:

┌────────────────┐

│0 in 20225-20227├── 993. TRIED, UNABLE OR HOLDS ONTO OBJECT

└────────────────┴── 995. NOT PERFORMED FOR SAFETY REASONS


999. NA
000. Inap, 1 in 20201; 5, 8-9 in 20203; 995 in 20218; 1 in 20222; 1, 8-9 in 20223

20225 A7g. MOVES ARMS


1. YES ┌────────────────────────┐

5. NO │USE SAME CODE FOR V20226

└────────────────────────┘

9. NA

0. Inap, 1 in 20201; 5, 8-9 in 20203; 995 in 20218; 1 in 20222; 1, 8-9 in 20223; 993 or 995 in 20224

20226 A7h. TRUNK SWAYING

20227 A7j. STANDING LEG


1. RIGHT

2. LEFT
9. NA


0. Inap, 1 in 20201; 5, 8-9 in 20203; 995 in 20218; 1 in 20222; 1, 8-9 in 20223; 993 or 995 in 20224

A8. 360 DEGREE CIRCLE


Stand facing me. Then when I say, "Begin", I'd like you to turn all the way around in a circle, like this...
20228 (A8). # OF SECONDS
Code # OF SECONDS (001-600), except:

┌────────────────┐

│0 in 20229-20230├── 993. TRIED, UNABLE

└────────────────┴── 995. NOT PERFORMED FOR SAFETY REASONS


999. NA
000. Inap, 1 in 20201; 5, 8-9 in 20203

20229 A8a. MOVES ARMS


1. YES ┌────────────────────────┐

5. NO │USE SAME CODE FOR V20230

└────────────────────────┘

9. NA
0. Inap, 1 in 20201; 5, 8-9 in 20203; 993 or 995 in 20228

20230 A8b. TRUNK SWAYING

A9. BENDING OVER


This next movement involves bending over to pick up a pencil. If you've had an operation for cataracts within the past 6 weeks, you should not try this movement.
20231 (A9.) Have you had such an operation within the past 6 weeks?

┌───────┐

│0 in ├─────────── 1. YES

│ │


│20232- │ 5. NO

│20233

└───────┼─────────── 8. DK

└─────────── 9. NA

0. Inap, 1 in 20201; 5, 8-9 in 20203

20232 A9a. Do you become dizzy or faint when you bend over?

┌─────┐

│0 in ├───────────── 1. YES



│ │ 3. R answers "YES," but A9b is filled in

│20233│ 5. NO

└─────┤

├───────────── 8. DK

└───────────── 9. NA
0. Inap, 1 in 20201; 5, 8-9 in 20203; 1, 8-9 in 20231

A9b. Now, when I say, "Begin", I'd like you to bend over and pick up this pencil and stand back up.


20233 (A9b). # OF SECONDS
Code # OF SECONDS (001-300), except:
993. TRIED, UNABLE

995. NOT PERFORMED FOR SAFETY REASONS

999. NA
000. Inap, 1 in 20201; 5, 8-9 in 20203; 1, 8-9 in 20231 or 20232

A10. 10 FOOT WALK


For the next exercise I am going to observe how you normally walk. If you use a cane or something else to help you walk and would feel more comfortable with it, you may use it during the test. However, if possible, I'd like you to walk without any aids.
20234 A10a. STEP CONTINUITY:
01. YES

05. NO


┌────────────────┐

│0 in 20235-20241├── 93. TRIED, UNABLE

└────────────────┘ 95. NOT PERFORMED FOR SAFETY REASONS
00. Inap, 1 in 20201

20235 A10b. TURN CONTINUOUS WITH WALKING; PIVOT

1. YES ┌─────────────────┐

5. NO │USE SAME CODE │

│FOR V20236-20237 │

9. NA └─────────────────┘


0. Inap, 1 in 20201; 93 or 95 in 20234

20236 A10c. STAGGER, UNSTEADY

20237 A10d. WALKING AID
Now I would like you to do the same thing again. Walk at your usual pace, go all the way to the end of the course, turn and come back. Don't hurry, just walk at your usual pace.
20238 A10e. TIME
Code # OF SECONDS (001-950), except:

┌──────────┐

│0 in 20239├─── 993. TRIED, UNABLE

└──────────┘

999. NA
000. Inap, 1 in 20201; 93 or 95 in 20234

Now, I would like you to walk down and back as fast as it feels safe and comfortable to you.


20239 A10f. TIME
Code # OF SECONDS (001-950), except:
993. TRIED, UNABLE
999. NA
000. Inap, 1 in 20201; 93 or 95 in 20234; 993 in 20238

A11. INTERVIEWER COMMENTS 20240 A11a. ANY DIFFICULTY FINDING 10' SPACE FOR WALKING?


1. YES

5. NO
9. NA


0. Inap, 1 in 20201; 93 or 95 in 20234
20241 A11b. WHAT TYPE OF WALKING SURFACE?

1. UNCARPETED

2. LOW CARPET

3. THICK/SHAG CARPET

7. OTHER
9. NA
0. Inap, 1 in 20201; 93 or 95 in 20234

20242 A12. Do you think it would be unsafe for you to try to stand up



from a chair without using your arms?

┌───────┐ ┌──────────────────┐

│0 in ├─────────── 1. YES │NOTE: If A12 is │

│ │ │blank, but A13b is│

│20243- │ 5. NO │circled 94, code 5│

│20248 │ │at A12. │

└───────┼─────────── 8. DK └──────────────────┘

└─────────── 9. NA


0. Inap, 1 in 20201

A13. CHAIR STAND


Please sit so that your feet are on the floor and fold your arms across your chest. Then try to stand up without using your arms. (IF R IS UNABLE TO RISE WITHOUT USING ARMS, SAY: "Okay, try to stand up using your arms to push off".)
20243 A13a. NUMBER OF ATTEMPTS TO RISE, INCLUDING ROCKING AND WEIGHT

SHIFTING
Code # (01-10)
99. NA
00. Inap, 1 in 20201; 1, 8-9 in 20242

20244 A13b. OUTCOME:


01. ROSE WITHOUT USING ARMS

┌───────┐

│0 in ├─────────── 02. ROSE USING ARMS

│ │


│20245- ├─────────── 90. NOT ATTEMPTED, OTHER REASON

│20248

└───────┼─────────── 93. TRIED, BUT UNABLE

├─────────── 94. NOT ATTEMPTED, NOT SUITABLE CHAIR

└─────────── 95. NOT ATTEMPTED FOR SAFETY REASONS

00. Inap, 1 in 20201; 1, 8-9 in 20242

20245 A14. Do you think it would be unsafe for you to try to stand up

from a chair without using your arms, five times quickly?

┌───────┐

│0 in ├─────────── 1. YES

│ │

│20246- │ 5. NO



│20248

└───────┼─────────── 8. DK

└─────────── 9. NA
0. Inap, 1 in 20201; 1, 8-9 in 20242; 02, 90, 93-95 in

A15. REPEATED CHAIR STANDS


For this exercise, please keep your arms folded across your chest. I'd like you to stand up straight as quickly as you can five times without stopping in between. After standing up each time, sit down and then stand again. I'll be timing you with a stopwatch.
20246 (A15). # COMPLETED
Code # COMPLETED, NO ARM USE (01-05), except:

┌────────────────┐

│0 in 20247-20248├── 90. NOT ATTEMPTED, OTHER REASON

└────────────────┼── 93. TRIED, BUT UNABLE

└── 95. NOT ATTEMPTED FOR SAFETY REASONS
99. NA
00. Inap, 1 in 20201; 1, 8-9 in 20242; 02, 90, 93-95 in 20244; 1, 8-9 in 20245

20247 A15a. TIME

Code # SECONDS TO COMPLETE 5 STANDS (001-600), except:

999. DID NOT COMPLETE 5 STANDS; NA
000. Inap, 1 in 20201; 1, 8-9 in 20242; 02, 90, 93-95 in 20244; 1, 8-9 in 20245; 90, 93, or 95 in 20246

20248 A15b. CHAIR HEIGHT: INCHES FROM FLOOR TO LOWEST POINT OF CHAIR SEAT


Code # INCHES (120-220)
999. NA
000. Inap, 1 in 20201; 1, 8-9 in 20242; 02, 90, 93-95 in 20244; 1, 8-9 in 20245; 90, 93, or 95 in 20246


SECTION B: WAIST/HIP RATIO AND USE OF MEDICATIONS

VAR #
20301 B1. What is your current weight?


Code # POUNDS (060-350)
998. DK

999. NA

20302 B2. How tall are you without shoes on?--FEET
Code FEET (3-6)
8. DK

9. NA

20303 B2. How tall are you without shoes on?--INCHES
Code INCHES (00-11)
98. DK

99. NA

[BUILD VAR 20304 -- HEIGHT IN INCHES]

B3. WAIST/HIP RATIO


Now, I would like to measure your waist and hips.
WAIST: RESPONDENT SHOULD BE STANDING ERECT WEARING ONLY ONE LAYER OF CLOTHING. WAIST CIRCUMFERENCE SHOULD BE MEASURED TO THE NEAREST TENTH OF AN INCH.
MINIMAL WAIST: (STAND FACING R.) PLACE TAPE MEASURE AROUND BODY AT NARROWEST POINT BETWEEN RIBS AND ILIAC CREST (POINT OF SMALLEST HORIZONTAL CIRCUMFERENCE).
20305 (B3.) # INCHES

Code # INCHES (150-700), except:

997. UNSUCCESSFUL
999. NA

20306 B3a. HOW OBTAINED:


1. MEASURED

2. SELF-REPORT


9. NA

B3b. HIPS: RESPONDENT SHOULD REMAIN STANDING. HAVE R REMOVE ANY BULKY OBJECTS FROM HIP OR BACK POCKETS.


HIP CIRCUMFERENCE SHOULD BE MEASURED AT THE LEVEL OF THE ILIAC CREST (THE UPPER PELVIC BONE).
"Could you show me your hip bone?" (POINT TO YOUR OWN HIP BONE.)
20307 (B3b.) # INCHES
Code # INCHES (150-700), except:
997. UNSUCCESSFUL
999. NA

20308 B3c. HOW OBTAINED:


1. MEASURED

2. SELF-REPORT


9. NA
B3d. MAXIMAL HIP CIRCUMFERENCE: (STAND TO THE SIDE OF R TO SEE MAXIMAL BUTTOCKS). MEASURE MAXIMUM BUTTOCKS DIAMETER.

20309 (B3d.) # INCHES


Code # INCHES (150-700), except:
997. UNSUCCESSFUL
999. NA

20310 B3e. HOW OBTAINED:


1. MEASURED

2. SELF-REPORT


9. NA

20311 B3f. Could I ask if you are wearing any undergarments, like a brace or girdle, which might change your waist or hip measurements?


1. YES

5. NO
9. NA

Next I have some questions about use of medications.
20312 B4. During the past 2 weeks, did you take any medicine prescribed

by a doctor?
1. YES

5. NO
8. DK

9. NA

20313 B5. We are also interested in drugs not prescribed by a doctor. This would include such medicines as aspirin, Tylenol, antacids, laxatives and cold medicines. During the past 2 weeks, have you taken any of these or any other medications


for which you did not need a doctor's prescription?
1. YES

5. NO
8. DK

9. NA

20314 B6. INTERVIEWER CHECKPOINT


1. R SAID "YES" TO B4 AND/OR B5
2. ALL OTHERS

[B7. NOT CODED]



SECTION C: VISION, CONCENTRATION AND MEMORY

VAR #
C1. IMMEDIATE RECALL OF STORY


Now I would like to ask you to try to remember a short story. I'm going to read you the story first and when I'm through, I'm going to wait a few seconds and then ask you to tell me as much as you can remember.
The story is:
(Read slowly.) Three children were alone at home and the house caught on fire. A brave fireman managed to climb in a back window and carry them to safety. Aside from minor cuts and bruises, all were well. WAIT A FEW SECONDS, THEN SAY: Please tell me the story.
20401 C1a. THREE CHILDREN
1. PRESENT ┌─────────────────┐

2. ABSENT │USE SAME CODE │

│FOR V20402-20406 │

9. NA └─────────────────┘

20402 C1b. HOUSE ON FIRE

20403 C1c. FIREMAN CLIMBED IN

20404 C1d. CHILDREN RESCUED

20405 C1e. MINOR INJURIES

20406 C1f. EVERYONE WELL

20407 C2. How old are you?


Code # OF YEARS (40-95)
98. DK

99. NA

20408 C2a. VERIFY ACCORDING TO DATE OF BIRTH, THEN MARK CORRECT OR OTHER

1. CORR


2. OTHER

20409 C3. What is the month, day and year of your birth? (USE TO VERIFY AGE)--MONTH


Code MONTH (01-12)
98. DK

99. NA

20410 C3. What is the month, day and year of your birth? (USE TO VERIFY AGE)--DAY
Code DAY (01-31)
98. DK

99. NA

20411 C3. What is the month, day and year of yoru birth? (USE TO VERIFY AGE)--YEAR
Code last 2 digits of YEAR (00-40)
98. DK

99. NA
20412 C3a. IF DK/REFUSED, CODE "OTHER" [VERIFY WITH AGE AT C2]


1. CORR

2. OTHER


20413 C4. What is today's date?--MONTH


Code MONTH (01-12)
98. DK

99. NA

20414 C4. What is today's date?--DAY
Code DAY (01-31)
98. DK

99. NA

20415 C4. What is today's date?--YEAR
Code last 2 digits of YEAR (89-91)
98. DK

99. NA

20416 C4a. VERIFY DATE
1. CORR

2. OTHER


20417 C5. What is the day of the week?
1. MON

2. TUES


3. WED

4. THURS

5. FRI

6. SAT


7. SUN
8. DK

9. NA

20418 C5a. VERIFY DAY:
1. CORR

2. OTHER

20419 C6. What was your mother's maiden name - just her last name?

1. DIFFERENT NAME FROM R

2. SAME NAME AS R


3. DK/NA

20420 C7. Who is the President of the United States?


1. CORR

2. OTHER


20421 C8. Who was the President before him?


1. CORR

2. OTHER

20422 C9. (17) Please subtract 3 from 20 and keep subtracting 3 from each new number all the way down.

CORRECT RESPONSE IS: 17, 14, 11, 8, 5, 2
Code # given (00-50) ┌─────────────────────┐

│Use same code for │

98. DK │V20423-20427. If DK │

99. NA │to entire question, │

│code all vars as 98. │

│Otherwise, code any │

│blank line as 99, │

not 00. │

└─────────────────────┘
20423 C9. (14)
20424 C9. (11)
20425 C9. (8)
20426 C9. (5)
20427 C9. (2)

20428 C9a.


1. ALL CORR

2. OTHER


C10. DELAYED RECALL OF STORY
Remember I told you a short story a few minutes ago? Can you tell me as much as you remember of the story?
20429 C10a. THREE CHILDREN

1. PRESENT ┌────────────────┐

2. ABSENT │USE SAME CODE │

│FOR V20430-20434│

9. NA └────────────────┘

20430 C10b. HOUSE ON FIRE

20431 C10c. FIREMAN CLIMBED IN

20432 C10d. CHILDREN RESCUED

20433 C10e. MINOR INJURIES

20434 C10f. EVERYONE WELL

C11. HAND SIGNATURE


When I say, "Begin," I'd like you to pick up this pencil from the table, sign your name on the paper and put the pencil back on the table. Begin.
20435 (C11). # OF SECONDS
Code # OF SECONDS (001-300), except:

┌──────────┐

│0 in 20436├──────── 993. TRIED, UNABLE

└──────────┘

999. NA

20436 C11a. HAND USED:


1. RIGHT

2. LEFT
9. NA


0. Inap, 993 in 20435

Now I would like to take your pulse and blood pressure.


20437 C12. PULSE FOR 15 SECONDS (RECORD ACTUAL COUNT, DON'T MULTIPLY)
Code number (10-50), except:
97. UNSUCCESSFUL
99. NA

C13. SITTING, BLOOD PRESSURE READING (CHECK ARM CIRCUMFERENCE FOR CORRECT CUFF SIZE.)

20438 C13a. SYSTOLIC
Code number (050-250), except:
997. UNSUCCESSFUL
999. NA



20439 C13b. DIASTOLIC
Code number (050-250), except:
997. UNSUCCESSFUL
999. NA

C14. NAMING: I am going to show you some pictures, and I would like you to tell me the name of each picture.

20440 C14a. BROOM -- Correct?
1. YES ┌────────────────┐

5. NO │USE SAME CODE │

│FOR V20441-20457│

8. DK └────────────────┘

9. NA
20441 C14b. FUNNEL
20442 C14c. BENCH
20443 C14d. WHEELCHAIR
20444 C14e. TREE
20445 C14f. HANGER
20446 C14g. STETHOSCOPE
20447 C14h. FLOWER
20448 C14j. PLUG
20449 C14k. COMB
20450 C14m. ACCORDION
20451 C14n. SAW
20452 C14p. HAMMOCK
20453 C14q. SCISSORS
20454 C14r. TOOTHBRUSH
20455 C14s. HOUSE
20456 C14t. FAUCET

20457 C14u. HARP

20458 [BUILD VAR: SUM OF "PRESENT" RESPONSES, C1a-C1f (V20401-20406)]

20459 [BUILD VAR: SUM OF "PRESENT" RESPONSES, C10a-C10f (V20429-20434)]

VAR #

C15. DELAYED RECOGNITION


What we're going to do next is something like a guessing game. This is how we play it. Here I have some discs (HOLD UP DISC AND SHOW IT TO R). What I'm going to do is put 1 of these down on this board (DEMONSTRATE). Next, I'll give you some time to look at the disc and its position on the board. I will want you to take a good look because then I'll tip the board up like this, and add another disc (DEMONSTRATE). When I lay the board down on the table (DEMONSTRATE), I'll want you to point to the new disc. As you can see, to do that you will have to remember where the discs were in the beginning. That's why I want you to look carefully before I put each new disc down.
SPATIAL SERIES A: 8 23 21 11 19 20 4 1 16 6

26 3 17 13 30 9 14


20501 C15a. TOTAL CORRECT
Code TOTAL (00-17), except:
93. TRIED, UNABLE
99. NA

20502 C15b. INTERVIEWER CHECKPOINT [SPATIAL SERIES A]

┌──────────┐

│0 in 20503├──────── 1. R GOT 10 OR MORE DISCS CORRECT

└──────────┘

2. ALL OTHERS

20503 C15c. Now, let's try it with the discs in different places. As before I'll start with one disc and when I add each new one, I want you to tell me where the new disc is.
SPATIAL SERIES B: 9 22 2 5 20 17 7 11 27 6

14 29 24 3 25 8 16

Code TOTAL (00-17), except:


93. TRIED, UNABLE
99. NA

00. Inap, 1 in 20502

C16. SIMILARITIES


Now, we're going to do something different. I'm going to name two things that are alike in some way and ask you to tell me how they are alike. (START WITH ITEM C16a). Can you tell me in what way an orange and a banana are alike?
20504 C16a. ORANGE-BANANA
1. ABSTRACT ┌────────────────┐

2. CONCRETE │USE SAME CODE │

3. INCORRECT │FOR V20505-20507│

└────────────────┘

8. DK

9. NA


20505 C16b. In what way are a boat and an automobile alike?

20506 C16c. In what way are north and west alike?

20507 C16d. In what way are work and play alike?

C17. COPYING FIGURE 1


Now I have a drawing I would like you to copy. Please copy this drawing down here as best you can. GIVE R SHEET WITH DRAWING OF DIAMOND. POINT TO A BLANK SECTION OF PAPER. PROVIDE 2 SHARPENED PENCILS WITH ERASERS. DO NOT NAME SHAPE IN THE DRAWING.
20508 C17a. 4 SIDES PRESENT AND ABOUT THE SAME LENGTH (NOT DIFFERENT BY

MORE THAN 1/4 INCH IN LENGTH).

1. PRESENT ┌────────────────┐

2. ABSENT │USE SAME CODE │

│FOR V20509-20511│

9. NA └────────────────┘

20509 C17b. 3 OF 4 CORNERS RELATIVELY CLOSED (WITHIN 1/4 INCH).

20510 C17c. 3 OF 4 ANGLES CLEARLY DEFINED (IF CLOSURE WITHIN 1/4 INCH,


ANGLE CAN BE CLEARLY DEFINED).

20511 C17d. DIAMOND PLACED ON ITS TIP (SO THAT A VERTICAL LINE DRAWN THROUGH THE TIP AND THE OPPOSING CORNER AND A HORIZONTAL LINE DRAWN PARALLEL TO THE BASE OF PAGE FORM AN ANGLE BETWEEN 80



AND 110 DEGREES).

20512 C18. INTERVIEWER CHECKPOINT [FIGURE 1]

┌────────────────┐

│0 in 20513-20515├─1. TWO OR MORE CRITERIA MARKED PRESENT

└────────────────┘

┌────────────────┐

│0 in 20516-20532├─2. ALL OTHERS

└────────────────┘

3. NOT ADMINISTERED

C19. COPYING FIGURE 2


Can you copy this drawing? GIVE R SHEET WITH DRAWING OF CIRCLE.
20513 C19a. LINE CONTINUOUS (NO GAP LONGER THAN 1/4 INCH)
1. PRESENT ┌────────────────┐

2. ABSENT │USE SAME CODE │

│FOR V20514-20515│

9. NA └────────────────┘


0. Inap, 1 in 20512
20514 C19b. APPROXIMATELY CIRCULAR (DIAMETERS NOT DIFFERENT BY MORE THAN

1/4 INCH)

20515 C19c. FAIRLY SMOOTH CIRCUMFERENCE (NO MORE THAN 1 POINT OR ANGLE)


C20. COPYING FIGURE 3


Can you copy this drawing? GIVE R DRAWING WITH DIAMOND INSIDE SQUARE.
[DIAMOND]
20516 C20a. 4 SIDES PRESENT AND ABOUT THE SAME LENGTH (NOT DIFFERENT BY

MORE THAN 1/4 INCH IN LENGTH).

1. PRESENT ┌────────────────┐

2. ABSENT │USE SAME CODE │

│FOR V20517-20526│

9. NA └────────────────┘


0. Inap, 2 in 20512

20517 C20b. 3 OF 4 CORNERS RELATIVELY CLOSED (WITHIN 1/4 INCH)

20518 C20c. 3 OF 4 ANGLES CLEARLY DEFINED (IF CLOSURE WITHIN 1/4 INCH,

ANGLE CAN BE CLEARLY DEFINED.)

20519 C20d. DIAMOND PLACED ON ITS TIP (SO THAT A VERTICAL LINE DRAWN THROUGH THE TIP AND THE OPPOSING CORNER AND A HORIZONTAL LINE DRAWN PARALLEL TO THE BASE OF PAGE FORM AN ANGLE BETWEEN 80



AND 110 DEGREES).

[SQUARE]


20520 C20e. 4 SIDES PRESENT AND ABOUT THE SAME LENGTH (NOT DIFFERENT BY

MORE THAN 1/4 INCH IN LENGTH).

20521 C20f. 3 OF 4 CORNERS RELATIVELY CLOSED (WITHIN 1/4 INCH).

20522 C20g. 3 OF 4 ANGLES CLEARLY DEFINED (IF CLOSURE WITHIN 1/4 INCH,

ANGLE CAN BE CLEARLY DEFINED).

20523 C20h. SQUARE PLACED ON SIDE (SO THAT ANGLE OF EACH VERTICAL SIDE AND A HORIZONTAL LINE DRAWN PARALLEL TO THE BASE OFPAGE FORM ANGLE BETWEEN 80 AND 110 DEGREES).





[ALIGNMENT]

20524 C20j. DIAMOND INSIDE SQUARE (WITH NO MORE THAN 1/8 INCH OVERLAP



BETWEEN TWO SHAPES).

20525 C20k. POINTS OF DIAMOND AND SIDES OF SQUARE TOUCHING (WITHIN 1/8


INCH).

20526 C20m. PLACE OF CONTACT OF POINTS OF DIAMOND GENERALLY TOUCHING CENTER OF SIDES OF SQUARE (WITHIN MIDDLE THIRD OF EACH SIDE


OF SQUARE).

20527 C21. INTERVIEWER CHECKPOINT [FIGURE 3]


1. TWO OR MORE CRITERIA MARKED "PRESENT" FOR EACH OF 3 DOMAINS

┌────────────────┐

│0 in 20528-20532├─ 2. ALL OTHERS

└────────────────┘

0. Inap, 2 in 20512

C22. COPYING FIGURE 4


Can you copy this drawing? GIVE R SHEET OF DRAWING WITH CUBE.
20528 C22a. 12 SIDES PRESENT AND ABOUT THE SAME LENGTH (NOT DIFFERENT BY MORE THAN 1/4 INCH IN LENGTH).
1. PRESENT ┌────────────────┐

2. ABSENT │USE SAME CODE │

│FOR V20529-20532│

9. NA └────────────────┘


0. Inap, 2 in 20512 or 20527

20529 C22b. 7 OF 8 CORNERS RELATIVELY CLOSED (WITHIN 1/4 INCH).

20530 C22c. 7 OF 8 CORNERS CLEARLY DEFINED (IF CLOSURE IS WITHIN 1/4 INCH ANGLE CAN BE CLEARLY DEFINED).


20531 C22d. 3 DIMENSIONAL

20532 C22e. PERSPECTIVE ACCURATE (FRONT FACE AT LOWER LEFT AND BACK FACE



AT UPPER RIGHT OF CUBE).

C23. INCIDENTAL RECALL


There is another thing I would like you to try to do. Do you remember that awhile ago I showed you pictures of some objects and asked you to tell me their names? Can you tell me any of the pictures you can recall?

20533 C24. TOTAL NUMBER OF RESPONSES TO C23

Code # (01-18), except:
00. NONE


C25. INITIAL STIMULUS; RECORD INCORRECT INITIAL NAMING RESPONSES FROM C14
20534 C25a. ACCORDION
1. STIMULUS RECALLED BY CORRECT NAME ┌─────────────────┐ (INCLUDING ALTERNATE RESPONSE)│USE SAME CODE │

│FOR V20535-20551 │

2. RECALLED RESPONSE AGREES └─────────────────┘

EXACTLY W/INITIAL INCORRECT

NAMING RESPONSE
3. NOT RECALLED

20535 C25b. BENCH


20536 C25c. BROOM
20537 C25d. COMB
20538 C25e. FAUCET
20539 C25f. FLOWER
20540 C25g. FUNNEL
20541 C25h. HAMMOCK
20542 C25j. HANGER
20543 C25k. HARP
20544 C25m. HOUSE
20545 C25n. PLUG
20546 C25p. SAW
20547 C25q. SCISSORS

20548 C25r. STETHOSCOPE

20549 C25s. TOOTHBRUSH
20550 C25t. TREE
20551 C25u. WHEELCHAIR

20552 C26. # CORRECT RECALL RESPONSES (TOTAL OF COLUMN 1):


Code # (00-18)

20553 C27. # RECALL RESPONSES WHICH AGREE EXACTLY W/ INCORRECT INITIAL



NAMING RESPONSES (TOTAL OF COLUMN 2):
Code # (00-18)

20554 [BUILD VAR: C28. # RECALL RESPONSES NOT ON LIST AND NOT IN COLUMN 2: TO BE BUILT BY DDE.]


20555 [BUILD VAR: C28 TOTAL # OF RESPONSES TO C23 LESS # CORRECT RECALL

RESPONSES AT C26]

20556 [BUILD VAR: C28 TOTAL # OF RESPONSES TO C23 LESS # RESPONSES AT C27]



SECTION D: BLOOD PRESSURE AND LUNG FUNCTION

VAR #
Now I would like to take your blood pressure again. To begin I would like to check your pulse and take three blood pressure measures while you're seated.


20601 D1. PULSE FOR 15 SECONDS (RECORD ACTUAL COUNT, DON'T MULTIPLY.)
Code number (10-50), except:
97. UNSUCCESSFUL
99. NA

20602 D2. PULSE OBLITERATION PRESSURE (RECORD ACTUAL PRESSURE. PUMP



MERCURY TO 30mmHg HIGHER FOR BLOOD PRESSURE READINGS.)

Code number (050-250), except:

997. UNSUCCESSFUL
999. NA

D3. FIRST SITTING BLOOD PRESSURE READING (CHECK ARM CIRCUMFERENCE FOR CORRECT CUFF SIZE.)


20603 D3a. SYSTOLIC
Code number (050-250), except: ┌─────────────┐

│USE SAME CODE│

997. UNSUCCESSFUL │FOR V20604 │

└─────────────┘

999. NA

20604 D3b. DIASTOLIC


D4. SECOND SITTING BLOOD PRESSURE READING
20605 D4a. SYSTOLIC
Code number (050-250), except: ┌─────────────┐

│USE SAME CODE│

997. UNSUCCESSFUL │FOR V20606 │

└─────────────┘

999. NA

20606 D4b. DIASTOLIC


D5. THIRD SITTING BLOOD PRESSURE READING


20607 D5a. SYSTOLIC
Code number (050-250), except: ┌─────────────┐

│USE SAME CODE│

997. UNSUCCESSFUL │FOR V20608 │

└─────────────┘

999. NA

20608 D5b. DIASTOLIC


Now I would like you to stand up and I'll take two more blood pressure readings. Begin timing when R stands up.


HAVE R REST ARM ON TOP OF CHAIR. BEGIN TAKING PULSE 15 SECONDS AFTER R STANDS UP.

20609 D6. PULSE FOR 15 SECONDS (RECORD ACTUAL COUNT, DON'T MULTIPLY.)


Code number (10-50), except:
97. UNSUCCESSFUL

99. NA

D7. FIRST STANDING BLOOD PRESSURE READING (1 MINUTE AFTER STANDING).

20610 D7a. SYSTOLIC
Code number (050-250), except: ┌─────────────┐

│USE SAME CODE│

997. UNSUCCESSFUL │FOR V20611 │

└─────────────┘

999. NA

20611 D7b. DIASTOLIC


20612 D8. PULSE FOR 15 SECONDS (2 MINUTES 30 SECONDS AFTER STANDING).


Code number (10-50), except:
97. UNSUCCESSFUL
99. NA

D9. SECOND STANDING BLOOD PRESSURE READING (3 MINUTES AFTER STANDING).


20613 D9a. SYSTOLIC
Code number (050-250), except: ┌─────────────┐

│USE SAME CODE│

997. UNSUCCESSFUL │FOR V20614 │

└─────────────┘

999. NA

20614 D9b. DIASTOLIC


20615 D10. CUFF SIZE


1. REGULAR

2. PEDIATRIC

3. LARGE ARM
9. NA


20616 D11. WHAT DID YOU TELL THE RESPONDENT?


1. NORMAL

2. SOMEWHAT ELEVATED

3. ELEVATED

4. CRITICAL

5. NOTHING, UNSUCCESSFUL
7. OTHER
9. NA

D12. PEAK EXPIRATORY FLOW RATE

Next, I'm going to ask you to perform a simple test that will measure how fast you can expel air from your lungs. When you blow into this instrument (SHOW INSTRUMENT TO RESPONDENT) the value of the biggest, fastest "huff" of air that you can expel will be recorded. It is important that you blow as hard and as fast as you can. I would like you to perform the test three times.

20617 D12a. FIRST READING
Code number (030-800), except: ┌─────────────────┐

│USE SAME CODE │

993. TRIED, UNABLE │FOR V20618-20619 │

995. NOT TRIED, HEALTH └─────────────────┘


999. NA

20618 D12b. SECOND READING

20619 D12c. THIRD READING
20620 D12d. METER SERIAL NUMBER
Code 6-digit number
999 999. NA


D13. INTERVIEWER QUESTIONS
20621 D13a. INTERVIEWER OPINION OF UNDERSTANDING OF LUNG TEST
1. EXCELLENT

2. GOOD


3. FAIR

4. POOR


5. NOT DONE
9. NA

20622 D13b. INTERVIEWER OPINION OF COMPLIANCE WITH LUNG TEST


1. EXCELLENT

2. GOOD


3. FAIR

4. POOR


5. NOT DONE
9. NA

20623 D13c. POSITION FOR LUNG TEST


1. STANDING

2. SITTING

3. LYING
5. NOT DONE
9. NA


SECTION X: INTERVIEWER OBSERVATIONS

VAR #
20701 X1. Does respondent have to climb more than 3 stairs to get to



living quarters?
1. YES

5. NO

8. DK

9. NA

20702 X2. Condition of apartment walls, ceilings, windows, fixtures.


1. In good condition

2. Needs some repair

3. Needs a lot of repair
9. NA

20703 X3. Condition of furnishings in apartment:


1. In good condition

2. In fair condition

3. In poor condition
9. NA

20704 X4. Cleanliness of apartment:


1. Very neat and clean

2. Fairly neat and clean

3. Not too neat and clean

4. Not at all neat and clean


9. NA



20705 X5. Any other remarkable thing about the dwelling?
1. YES

5. NO
9. NA


[X5a. not coded.]


20706 X6. Respondent's grooming:


1. Very neat and clean

2. Fairly neat and clean

3. Not too neat and clean

4. Not at all neat and clean


9. NA

20707 X7. Was Respondent disturbed or upset by any part of the



interview?
1. YES

┌────────────────┐

│0 in 20708-20710├─ 5. NO

└────────────────┤

└─ 9. NA

20708(1) X7a. For what parts of the interview? If disturbed more often,

20709(2) select 3 most upsetting pages.

20710(3)


Code Page number (01-42)
00. Inap, 5 or 9 in 20707; no further mention

20711 X8. Language:

1. No language problem

2. Has some difficulty speaking English

3. Has great difficulty speaking English
9. NA

20712 X9. What was the Respondent's overall attitude toward the



interview?
1. Friendly and eager

2. Cooperative but not particularly eager

3. Indifferent

4. Suspicious

5. Hostile
9. NA

20713 X10. Impression of affect, mood


1. Excited

2. Alert


3. Normal

4. Apathetic (monotonic lack of affect)

5. Mildly depressed (sadness, underlying non-sad facade)

6. Moderately depressed (perceptible overt sadness)

7. Severely depressed (pronounced overt sadness)
9. NA

20714 X11. Was the research interview perceived as helpful by the



respondent?
1. Very

2. Moderately

3. Little
5. No
8. DK

9. NA
20715 X12. Please rate your confidence in the ability of the respondent to give an accurate history.


1. Very confident

2. Fairly confident

3. Confident

4. Somewhat confident

5. Little or no confidence
9. NA

20716 X13. Was anyone else present during the interview?


1. YES

┌────────────────┐

│0 in 20717-20722├─ 5. NO

└────────────────┤

└─ 9. NA

X13a. Who was present? (CODE ALL THAT APPLY)

20717 X13a. A. Spouse

1. Circled ┌────────────────┐

5. Not circled │USE SAME CODE │

│FOR V20718-20721│

9. NA to entire question └────────────────┘

0. Inap, 5 or 9 in 20716

20718 X13a. B. Child

20719 X13a. C. Other relative

20720 X13a. D. Friend

20721 X13a. E. Neighbor

20722 X13b. How long were they present?


1. Entire interview

2. More than half the interview

3. Less than half the interview
9. NA
0. Inap, 5 or 9 in 20716

20723 X14. Interview completed?


1. Yes, interview completed with very little or no missing information (missing information less than or equal to 1/10)
2. Yes, interview completed with a considerable amount of missing information (missing information more than 1/10)
5. No, interview terminated before completion; some information obtained
9. NA

X15. Observed physical difficulties:

20724 X15a. Hearing impairment
1. YES ┌─────────────────┐

5. NO │USE SAME CODE │

│FOR V20725-20734 │

9. NA └─────────────────┘

20725 X15b. Visual impairment

20726 X15c. Wheelchair

20727 X15d. Use cane, crutches, walker

20728 X15e. Walking difficulties

20729 X15f. Crippled hands or legs



20730 X15g. Coughs continually

20731 X15j. Shortness of breath

20732 X15k. Skin problems

20733 X15m. Speech problems --not language


20734 X15n. Other physical abnormalities

20735 X16. Is it your impression that R is able to handle (cope with)

major problems which occur in (his/her) life?
1. YES

5. NO
8. DK

9. NA

20736 X17. Is it your impression that R finds life exciting and



enjoyable?
1. YES

5. NO
8. DK

9. NA

20737 X18. Is R either extremely overweight, or malnourished and



emaciated?
1. Yes, malnourished or emaciated

2. Yes, extremely overweight


5. No, neither
9. NA

20738 X19. How well do you think the participant understood the questions



in the tasks?
1. Quite well

2. Fairly well

3. Somewhat

4. Very little

5. Not at all
9. NA

20739 X20. How great an effort do you think the participant put into the cognitive function items?


1. A great deal

2. A considerable amount

3. A moderate amount

4. A little bit

5. Hardly any
9. NA

20740 X21. How nervous do you think R was about the testing?


1. Very much

2. A moderate amount

3. A little

4. Not at all


9. NA

20741 X22. How often was R's behavior toward the examiner and the testing situation appropriate?


1. Always

2. Often


3. Sometimes

4. Rarely



5. Never
9. NA




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