The Changing Lives of Older Couples Study

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on R's answers?

1. Corrected answers, actively answered for R, interrupted

2. Listened, but did not actively interfere.

3. Paid little attention
6. No influence
9. NA
0. Inap, 5 or 9 in 6326

6328 X11. Who else was present during the interview?

┌─────────┐

│0 in 6329├────────1. NO ONE

└─────────┤

2. OTHER ADULTS

3. CHILD(REN) UNDER 18

4. ADULTS AND CHILD(REN) UNDER 18

└────────9. NA


6329 X11a. How much distraction was caused by (this person/these



people)?
1. CONSTANT

2. SOME


3. LITTLE

4. NONE
9. NA


0. Inap, 1 or 9 in 6328

6330 X12. The overall quality of this interview is:


1. HIGH QUALITY

2. GENERALLY RELIABLE

3. QUESTIONABLE

4. UNSATISFACTORY


9. NA

6331 X13. How alert do you think R was?


1. EXTREMELY ALERT AND RESPONSIVE

2. QUITE ALERT AND RESPONSIVE

3. ADEQUATELY ALERT AND RESPONSIVE (AVERAGE)

4. SLIGHTLY UNRESPONSIVE

5. VERY UNRESPONSIVE
9. NA

6332 X14. How was R's understanding of the questions?


1. EXCELLENT

2. GOOD

3. FAIR

4. POOR

9. NA




6333 X15. How much difficulty did R have remembering things that you



asked (him/her) about?

1. NO DIFFICULTY

2. A LITTLE DIFFICULTY

3. SOME DIFFICULTY

4. A LOT OF DIFFICULTY

5. COULD NOT DO AT ALL


9. NA

6334 X16. Does R wear a hearing aid?


1. YES
3. R MENTIONED THAT HE/SHE USUALLY DOES, BUT DIDN'T

DURING THE INTERVIEW


5. NO
9. NA

6335 X17. How much difficulty did R have hearing you when you talked



to (him/her)?
1. NO DIFFICULTY

2. A LITTLE DIFFICULTY

3. SOME DIFFICULTY

4. A LOT OF DIFFICULTY

5. COULD NOT DO AT ALL
9. NA

6336 X18. Does R wear eyeglasses (or contact lenses if you saw them



or they were mentioned)?
1. YES
3. R MENTIONED THAT HE/SHE USUALLY DOES, BUT DIDN'T

DURING THE INTERVIEW


5. NO
9. NA


6337 X19. How much difficulty did R have seeing things up close?


1. NO DIFFICULTY

2. A LITTLE DIFFICULTY

3. SOME DIFFICULTY

4. A LOT OF DIFFICULTY

5. COULD NOT DO AT ALL
9. NA

6338 X20. How much difficulty did R seem to have walking around in



the home?
1. NONE

2. A LITTLE

3. SOME

4. A LOT


5. COULD NOT DO AT ALL
6. NOT OBSERVED; DK
9. NA

6339 X21. How would you rate R's health?

1. EXCELLENT

2. GOOD


3. FAIR

4. POOR


5. GRAVELY OR TERMINALLY ILL
9. NA

6340 X22. How tiring did the interview seem to be for R?


1. VERY TIRING

2. SOMEWHAT TIRING

3. A LITTLE TIRING

4. NOT TIRING


9. NA

6341 X23. How much effort did R put into the interview and giving



good responses?
1. A LOT--TRIED HARD

2. QUITE A BIT--TRIED FAIRLY HARD

3. SOME--DIDN'T TRY VERY HARD

4. A LITTLE--TRIED VERY LITTLE



9. NA

6342 X24. How much did R seem to enjoy the interview?


1. A GREAT DEAL

2. QUITE A BIT

3. SOME

4. A LITTLE



5. NOT AT ALL
9. NA

6343 X25. On the basis of your experience with R in the interview, how comfortable would you say R is in dealing with other



people?
1. NOT AT ALL

2. SLIGHTLY

3. SOMEWHAT

4. FAIRLY

5. VERY
9. NA

6344 X26. On the basis of your experience with R in the interview, how skilled would you say R is in handling or dealing with



other people?
1. NOT AT ALL

2. SLIGHTLY

3. SOMEWHAT

4. FAIRLY

5. VERY
9. NA

6345 X27. How warm or cold was R to you?

1. VERY WARM

2. SOMEWHAT WARM

3. SOMEWHAT COOL

4. COLD AND DISTANT

9. NA

6346 X28. Rate respondent's appearance/attractiveness:


1. VERY ATTRACTIVE OR BEAUTIFUL

2. ATTRACTIVE (ABOVE AVERAGE FOR AGE AND SEX)

3. AVERAGE ATTRACTIVENESS FOR AGE AND SEX


4. UNATTRACTIVE (BELOW AVERAGE FOR AGE AND SEX)

5. VERY UNATTRACTIVE


9. NA
6347 X29. Respondent's grooming:
1. VERY NEAT AND CLEAN

2. SOMEWHAT NEAT AND CLEAN

3. NOT VERY NEAT AND CLEAN

4. NOT AT ALL NEAT AND CLEAN


9. NA

6348 X30. How emotionally stable do you think the respondent is (i.e., how well do you think the respondent can handle



stress)?
1. VERY STABLE

2.

3.



4. ABOUT AVERAGE

5.

6.



7. VERY UNSTABLE
9. NA

6349 X31. When answering the questions, how open and forthcoming do



you think the respondent was?
1. VERY OPEN

2.

3.



4. ABOUT AVERAGE

5.

6.



7. NOT AT ALL OPEN
9. NA

6350 X32. Was R wearing a wedding ring?


1. YES

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│0 in 6351├────────5. NO

└─────────┤

└────────9. NA

6351 X32a. On which hand was R wearing the ring?




1. LEFT

5. RIGHT
9. NA


0. Inap, 5 or 9 in 6350

6352 X33. In the part of the dwelling where you were, did you see any pictures or photographs which you thought were of the


deceased spouse?
1. YES

5. NO
9. NA


6353 X34. Did R take out any pictures/photos or directly show you



any pictures/photos of her/his deceased spouse?
1. YES

5. NO
9. NA


6354 X35. Overall, how well do you think R is coping with the loss



of his/her spouse?
1. NOT COPING AT ALL WELL

2. COPING SOMEWHAT WELL

3. COPING FAIRLY WELL

4. COPING VERY WELL


9. NA

Now we would like to get your observation on how much/often R cried during the interview.


6355 X36. During the interview, did R become tearful but did not actually cry, become tearful sometimes and cried

sometimes, or did not cry/become tearful at all?

┌──────────────┐

│0 in 6356-6358├───1. R DID NOT CRY OR BECOME TEARFUL AT ALL

└──────────────┘

2. R WAS TEARFUL BUT DID NOT ACTUALLY CRY

3. R WAS TEARFUL AND R CRIED SOMETIMES


9. NA

6356 X36a. What percentage of the time did R cry?


01. 10%

02. 20%


03. 30%

04. 40%


05. 50%

06. 60%


07. 70%

08. 80%


09. 90%

10. 100%
99. NA

00. Inap, 1 in 6355

6357 X36b. Was the interview significantly interrupted by R's crying?


1. YES

┌─────────┐

│0 in 6358├────────5. NO

└─────────┤

└────────9. NA
0. Inap, 1 in 6355

6358 X36c. About how many different times was the interview



interrupted?
Code NUMBER (01-95)
99. NA
00. Inap, 5 or 9 in 6357

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│RELATIONSHIP MASTER CODE│

└────────────────────────┘
Partner/Spouse
01. R

02. Spouse of R

03. Partner of R

04. Ex-spouse


Child
10. Child(ren), NA sex (incl. foster child/stepchild)

11. Son (incl. adopted)

12. Daughter (incl. adopted)

13. Stepson (incl. partner's son)

14. Stepdaughter (incl. partner's daughter)

15. Son-in-law (incl. daughter's partner)

16. Daughter-in-law (incl. son's partner)

17. Foster son

18. Foster daughter
Parent/Grandparent
20. Parent, NA sex ("parents" code 21, 22)

21. Father (incl. adoptive father)

22. Mother (incl. adoptive mother)

23. Stepfather

24. Stepmother

25. Father-in-law (incl. partner's father); ("my in-laws" code 25 and 26)

26. Mother-in-law (incl. partner's mother)

27. Grandparent; great-grandparent, NA sex

28. Grandfather; great-grandfather

29. Grandmother; great-grandmother


Sibling/Sibling-in-law

31. Brother

32. Sister

33. Stepbrother

34. Stepsister

35. Brother-in-law

36. Sister-in-law

Relationship Master Code

Other Relatives
40. Grandchild/great grandchild, NA sex

41. Grandson; great grandson

42. Granddaughter; great granddaughter

43. Nephew

44. Niece

45. Uncle; great-uncle

46. Aunt; great-aunt

47. Cousin

48. Other "in-laws"

┌─────────┐

│Make Card├───49. Other relative

└─────────┘


Unrelated Persons
61. Fiancee (if lives with R, code 03)

62. Housemate/roommate

63. Household employee; live-in sitter; housekeeper

64. Friend

65. Neighbor

66. Person related to R's partner (exc. child or parent)

67. Roomer; boarder

68. Landlord--incl. owner of the HU who employs R


71. Clergy; priest

72. Physician/nurse/"hospital"

73. Co-worker/business partner/boss

74. Child-care worker (exc. 63)

75. Godchild

76. Godparent

77. Lawyer

78. Accountant; business manager; bookkeeper

79. Psychiatrist; counselor; social worker

80. School personnel

81. Police; courts; judge

91. Acquaintance; "just met him"

92. Stranger

93. "Company" or "employer"--no specific individual mentioned

┌─────────┐

│Make Card├───97. Other unrelated person

└─────────┘

98. DK

99. NA


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