HHID      HOUSEHOLD IDENTIFIER                      
          Section: PC           Level: Respondent      CAI Reference: Q9000
          Type: Character       Width: 6               Decimals: 0
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          10964       000002-099564. Household Identifier range


PN PERSON NUMBER Section: PC Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q9021 Type: Character Width: 3 Decimals: 0 User note: The range 10-49 is reserved for respondent person numbers. Respondent person numbers ending in 0 are generally from the original sample; respondent person numbers ending in 1 are generally new spouses added since the original sample. ................................................................................ 5431 010. Person Number 121 011. Person Number 3005 020. Person Number 11 021. Person Number 1012 030. Person Number 2 031. Person Number 1382 040. Person Number
ESUBHH 1996 SUB-HOUSEHOLD IDENTIFIER Section: PC Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q9005 Type: Character Width: 1 Decimals: 0 ................................................................................ 10638 0. Original sample household - no split from divorce or separation of spouses or partners 189 1. Split household - one half of couple from SUBHH 0 and new spouse or partner, if any 135 2. Split household - other half of couple from SUBHH 0 and new spouse or partner, if any 2 5. Split household - one half of couple from SUBHH 1 or 2 6. Split household - one half of couple from SUBHH 1 or 2 7. Reunited household - respondents from split household reunite
CSUBHH 1994 SUB-HOUSEHOLD IDENTIFIER Section: PC Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q9003 Type: Character Width: 1 Decimals: 0 ................................................................................ 10793 0. Original sample household - no split from divorce or separation of spouses or partners 91 1. Split household - one half of couple from SUBHH 0 and new spouse or partner, if any 80 2. Split household - other half of couple from SUBHH 0 and new spouse or partner, if any 5. Split household - one half of couple from SUBHH 1 or 2 6. Split household - one half of couple from SUBHH 1 or 2 7. Reunited household - respondents from split household reunite
EPN_SP 1996 SPOUSE/PARTNER PERSON NUMBER Section: PC Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q9031 Type: Character Width: 3 Decimals: 0 User note: The range 10-49 is reserved for respondent person numbers. Respondent person numbers ending in 0 are generally from the original sample; respondent person numbers ending in 1 are generally new spouses added since the original sample. ................................................................................ 3229 010. Person Number 112 011. Person Number 2774 020. Person Number 10 021. Person Number 909 030. Person Number 2 031. Person Number 1260 040. Person Number 2668 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable) - No spouse interview
ECSR 1996 WHETHER COVERSHEET RESPONDENT Section: PC Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q9061 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 ................................................................................ 6700 1. Yes 116 2. Yes - household had two coversheet respondents and the coversheet information given by this respondent has been retained. 4032 5. No 116 6. No - household had two coversheet respondents and the coversheet information given by this respondent has not been retained.
EFAMR 1996 WHETHER FAMILY RESPONDENT Section: PC Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q9062 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 ................................................................................ 6750 1. Yes 11 2. Yes - household had two family respondents and the family information given by this respondent has been retained. 4192 5. No 11 6. No - household had two family respondents and the family information given by this respondent has not been retained.
EFINR 1996 WHETHER FINANCIAL RESPONDENT Section: PC Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q9063 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 ................................................................................ 6745 1. Yes 11 2. Yes - household had two financial respondents and the financial information given by this respondent has been retained. 4197 5. No 11 6. No - household had two financial respondents and the financial information given by this respondent has not been retained.
EQNR 1996 QUESTIONNAIRE Section: PC Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q9070 Type: Character Width: 5 Decimals: 0 User note: Range is not continuous because some questionnaires were invalid. ................................................................................ 10964 00001-10970. Questionnaire number range
E1056 PC1.RATE MEMORY Section: PC Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q1056 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 PC1. Part of this study is concerned with people's memory, and ability to think about things. First, how would you rate [Q371-R FIRST NAME]'s memory at the present time? Would you say it is excellent, very good, good, fair or poor? ................................................................................ 135 1. EXCELLENT 214 2. VERY GOOD 228 3. GOOD 113 4. FAIR 46 5. POOR 7. Other 2 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 9. RF (refused) 10226 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q558:CS50] IS (1); [Q218:CS1a] IS (1); partial interview
E1061 PC3.RATE JUDGMENT Section: PC Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q1061 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 PC3. How would you rate [Q371-R FIRST NAME] in making judgements and decisions? Would you say (he/she) is excellent, very good, good, fair, or poor? ................................................................................ 182 1. EXCELLENT 231 2. VERY GOOD 199 3. GOOD 75 4. FAIR 50 5. POOR 7. Other 1 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 9. RF (refused) 10226 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q558:CS50] IS (1); [Q218:CS1a] IS (1); partial interview
E1066 PC5.RATE ORGANIZE Section: PC Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q1066 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 PC5. How would you rate [Q371-R FIRST NAME]'s ability to organize (his/her) daily activities? (Would you say (he/she) is excellent, very good, good, fair, or poor?) ................................................................................ 202 1. EXCELLENT 204 2. VERY GOOD 211 3. GOOD 59 4. FAIR 61 5. POOR 7. Other 1 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 9. RF (refused) 10226 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q558:CS50] IS (1); [Q218:CS1a] IS (1); partial interview
E1071 PC7.JORM INTRODUCTION Section: PC Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q1071 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 PC7. Now we want you to remember what [Q371-R FIRST NAME] was like two years ago and to compare it with what (he/she) is like now. two years ago was IN (FILL:1985/1986). I will read situations where [Q371-R FIRST NAME] has to use (his/her) memory or intelligence and we would like you to indicate whether this has improved, stayed the same, or gotten worse in that situation over the past two years. Note the importance of comparing (his/her) present performance with two years ago. So if two years ago [Q371-R FIRST NAME] always forgot where (he/she) had left things, and (he/she) still does, then this would be considered "not much change". User note: This preamble variable has been included in this data set in order to document questionnaire flow; all data values are blanks. ................................................................................ 10964 Blank. No data
E1072 PC8.THINGS: BIRTHDAYS-OCCUPATIONS Section: PC Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q1072 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 PC8. Compared with two years ago, how is [Q371-R FIRST NAME] at: Remembering things about family and friends, such as occupations, birthdays, and addresses. Has this improved, not much changed, or gotten worse? ................................................................................ 22 1. IMPROVED 655 2. NOT MUCH CHANGED 57 3. GOTTEN WORSE 7. Other 3 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 1 9. RF (refused) 10226 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q558:CS50] IS (1); [Q218:CS1a] IS (1); partial interview
E1073 PC8A.IMPROVED THINGS Section: PC Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q1073 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 PC8a. Is it much improved or a bit improved? ................................................................................ 11 1. MUCH IMPROVED 11 2. A BIT IMPROVED 7. Other 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 9. RF (refused) 10942 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q558:CS50] IS (1); [Q218:CS1a] IS (1); [Q1072:PC8] IS (2 OR DK OR RF); [Q1072:PC8] IS (3); partial interview
E1074 PC8B.WORSE THINGS Section: PC Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q1074 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 PC8b. Is it much worse or a bit worse? ................................................................................ 34 4. A BIT WORSE 23 5. MUCH WORSE 7. Other 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 9. RF (refused) 10907 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q558:CS50] IS (1); [Q218:CS1a] IS (1); [Q1072:PC8] IS (2 OR DK OR RF); [Q1072:PC8] IS (1); partial interview
E1077 PC9.THINGS: RECENT Section: PC Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q1077 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 PC9. Compared with two years ago, how is [Q371-R FIRST NAME] at: Remembering things that have happened recently? (Has this improved, not much changed, or gotten worse?) ................................................................................ 26 1. IMPROVED 642 2. NOT MUCH CHANGED 66 3. GOTTEN WORSE 7. Other 3 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 1 9. RF (refused) 10226 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q558:CS50] IS (1); [Q218:CS1a] IS (1); partial interview
E1078 PC9A.IMPROVED THINGS Section: PC Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q1078 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 PC9a. Is it much improved or a bit improved? ................................................................................ 13 1. MUCH IMPROVED 13 2. A BIT IMPROVED 7. Other 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 9. RF (refused) 10938 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q558:CS50] IS (1); [Q218:CS1a] IS (1); [Q1077:PC9] IS (2 OR DK OR RF); [Q1077:PC9] IS (3); partial interview
E1079 PC9B.WORSE THINGS Section: PC Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q1079 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 PC9b. Is it much worse or a bit worse? ................................................................................ 44 4. A BIT WORSE 22 5. MUCH WORSE 7. Other 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 9. RF (refused) 10898 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q558:CS50] IS (1); [Q218:CS1a] IS (1); [Q1077:PC9] IS (2 OR DK OR RF); [Q1077:PC9] IS (1); partial interview
E1082 PC10.CONVERSATIONS: RECALL Section: PC Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q1082 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 PC10. (Compared with two years ago, how is [Q371-R FIRST NAME] at:) Recalling conversations a few days later? (Has this improved, not much changed, or gotten worse?) ................................................................................ 26 1. IMPROVED 626 2. NOT MUCH CHANGED 82 3. GOTTEN WORSE 7. Other 3 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 1 9. RF (refused) 10226 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q558:CS50] IS (1); [Q218:CS1a] IS (1); partial interview
E1083 PC10A.IMPROVED Section: PC Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q1083 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 PC10a. Is it much improved or a bit improved? ................................................................................ 10 1. MUCH IMPROVED 16 2. A BIT IMPROVED 7. Other 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 9. RF (refused) 10938 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q558:CS50] IS (1); [Q218:CS1a] IS (1); [Q1082:PC10] IS (2 OR DK OR RF); [Q1082:PC10] IS (3); partial interview
E1084 PC10B.WORSE Section: PC Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q1084 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 PC10b. Is it much worse or a bit worse? ................................................................................ 58 4. A BIT WORSE 24 5. MUCH WORSE 7. Other 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 9. RF (refused) 10882 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q558:CS50] IS (1); [Q218:CS1a] IS (1); [Q1082:PC10] IS (2 OR DK OR RF); [Q1082:PC10] IS (1); partial interview
E1087 PC11.REMEMBERNG: OWN PHONE Section: PC Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q1087 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 PC11. (Compared with two years ago, how is [Q371-R FIRST NAME] at:) Remembering (his/her) address and telephone number? (Has this improved, not much changed, or gotten worse?) ................................................................................ 19 1. IMPROVED 680 2. NOT MUCH CHANGED 33 3. GOTTEN WORSE 7. Other 5 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 1 9. RF (refused) 10226 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q558:CS50] IS (1); [Q218:CS1a] IS (1); partial interview
E1088 PC11A.IMPROVED Section: PC Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q1088 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 PC11a. Is it much improved or a bit improved? ................................................................................ 9 1. MUCH IMPROVED 10 2. A BIT IMPROVED 7. Other 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 9. RF (refused) 10945 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q558:CS50] IS (1); [Q218:CS1a] IS (1); [Q1087:PC11] IS (2 OR DK OR RF); [Q1087:PC11] IS (3); partial interview
E1089 PC11B.WORSE Section: PC Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q1089 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 PC11b. Is it much worse or a bit worse? ................................................................................ 16 4. A BIT WORSE 17 5. MUCH WORSE 7. Other 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 9. RF (refused) 10931 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q558:CS50] IS (1); [Q218:CS1a] IS (1); [Q1087:PC11] IS (2 OR DK OR RF); [Q1087:PC11] IS (1); partial interview
E1092 PC12.REMEMBERNG: DAY-MONTH Section: PC Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q1092 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 PC12. (Compared with two years ago, how is [Q371-R FIRST NAME] at:) Remembering what day and month it is? (Has this improved, not much changed, or gotten worse?) ................................................................................ 14 1. IMPROVED 668 2. NOT MUCH CHANGED 51 3. GOTTEN WORSE 7. Other 4 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 1 9. RF (refused) 10226 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q558:CS50] IS (1); [Q218:CS1a] IS (1); partial interview
E1093 PC12A.IMPROVED THINGS Section: PC Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q1093 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 PC12a. Is it much improved or a bit improved? ................................................................................ 9 1. MUCH IMPROVED 5 2. A BIT IMPROVED 7. Other 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 9. RF (refused) 10950 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q558:CS50] IS (1); [Q218:CS1a] IS (1); [Q1092:PC12] IS (2 OR DK OR RF); [Q1092:PC12] IS (3); partial interview
E1094 PC12B.WORSE THINGS Section: PC Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q1094 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 PC12b. Is it much worse or a bit worse? ................................................................................ 28 4. A BIT WORSE 23 5. MUCH WORSE 7. Other 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 9. RF (refused) 10913 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q558:CS50] IS (1); [Q218:CS1a] IS (1); [Q1092:PC12] IS (2 OR DK OR RF); [Q1092:PC12] IS (1); partial interview
E1097 PC13.REMEMBERNG: USUAL KEPT Section: PC Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q1097 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 PC13. (Compared with two years ago, how is [Q371-R FIRST NAME] at:) Remembering where things are usually kept? (Has this improved, not much changed, or gotten worse?) ................................................................................ 14 1. IMPROVED 654 2. NOT MUCH CHANGED 67 3. GOTTEN WORSE 7. Other 2 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 1 9. RF (refused) 10226 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q558:CS50] IS (1); [Q218:CS1a] IS (1); partial interview
E1098 PC13A.IMPROVED Section: PC Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q1098 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 PC13a. Is it much improved or a bit improved? ................................................................................ 10 1. MUCH IMPROVED 4 2. A BIT IMPROVED 7. Other 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 9. RF (refused) 10950 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q558:CS50] IS (1); [Q218:CS1a] IS (1); [Q1097:PC13] IS (2 OR DK OR RF); [Q1097:PC13] IS (3); partial interview
E1099 PC13B.WORSE Section: PC Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q1099 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 PC13b. Is it much worse or a bit worse? ................................................................................ 43 4. A BIT WORSE 24 5. MUCH WORSE 7. Other 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 9. RF (refused) 10897 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q558:CS50] IS (1); [Q218:CS1a] IS (1); [Q1097:PC13] IS (2 OR DK OR RF); [Q1097:PC13] IS (1); partial interview
E1102 PC14.REMEMBERNG: DIFFERENT PLACE Section: PC Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q1102 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 PC14. (Compared with two years ago, how is [Q371-R FIRST NAME] at:) Remembering where to find things which have been put in a different place than usual? (Has this improved, not much changed, or gotten worse?) ................................................................................ 13 1. IMPROVED 617 2. NOT MUCH CHANGED 101 3. GOTTEN WORSE 1 4. Donít do 7. Other 5 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 1 9. RF (refused) 10226 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q558:CS50] IS (1); [Q218:CS1a] IS (1); partial interview
E1103 PC14A.IMPROVED Section: PC Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q1103 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 PC14a. Is it much improved or a bit improved? ................................................................................ 8 1. MUCH IMPROVED 5 2. A BIT IMPROVED 7. Other 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 9. RF (refused) 10951 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q558:CS50] IS (1); [Q218:CS1a] IS (1); [Q1102:PC14] IS (2 OR DK OR RF); [Q1102:PC14] IS (3); partial interview
E1104 PC14B.WORSE Section: PC Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q1104 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 PC14b. Is it much worse or a bit worse? ................................................................................ 73 4. A BIT WORSE 28 5. MUCH WORSE 7. Other 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 9. RF (refused) 10863 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q558:CS50] IS (1); [Q218:CS1a] IS (1); [Q1102:PC14] IS (2 OR DK OR RF); [Q1102:PC14] IS (1); partial interview
E1107 PC15.WORKING USUAL MACHINES Section: PC Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q1107 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 PC15. (Compared with two years ago, how is [Q371-R FIRST NAME] at:) Knowing how to work familiar machines around the house? (Has this improved, not much changed, or gotten worse?) ................................................................................ 28 1. IMPROVED 669 2. NOT MUCH CHANGED 35 3. GOTTEN WORSE 1 4. Donít do 7. Other 3 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 2 9. RF (refused) 10226 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q558:CS50] IS (1); [Q218:CS1a] IS (1); partial interview
E1108 PC15A.IMPROVED Section: PC Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q1108 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 PC15a. Is it much improved or a bit improved? ................................................................................ 14 1. MUCH IMPROVED 14 2. A BIT IMPROVED 7. Other 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 9. RF (refused) 10936 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q558:CS50] IS (1); [Q218:CS1a] IS (1); [Q1107:PC15] IS (2 OR DK OR RF); [Q1107:PC15] IS (3); partial interview
E1109 PC15B.WORSE Section: PC Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q1109 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 PC15b. Is it much worse or a bit worse? ................................................................................ 14 4. A BIT WORSE 21 5. MUCH WORSE 7. Other 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 9. RF (refused) 10929 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q558:CS50] IS (1); [Q218:CS1a] IS (1); [Q1107:PC15] IS (2 OR DK OR RF); [Q1107:PC15] IS (1); partial interview
E1112 PC16.LEARNING NEW MACHINES Section: PC Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q1112 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 PC16. (Compared with two years ago, how is [Q371-R FIRST NAME] at:) Learning to use a new gadget or machine around the house? (Has this improved, not much changed, or gotten worse?) ................................................................................ 33 1. IMPROVED 644 2. NOT MUCH CHANGED 52 3. GOTTEN WORSE 3 4. Donít do 7. Other 4 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 2 9. RF (refused) 10226 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q558:CS50] IS (1); [Q218:CS1a] IS (1); partial interview
E1113 PC16A.IMPROVED Section: PC Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q1113 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 PC16a. Is it much improved or a bit improved? ................................................................................ 16 1. MUCH IMPROVED 17 2. A BIT IMPROVED 7. Other 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 9. RF (refused) 10931 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q558:CS50] IS (1); [Q218:CS1a] IS (1); [Q1112:PC16] IS (2 OR DK OR RF); [Q1112:PC16] IS (3); partial interview
E1114 PC16B.WORSE Section: PC Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q1114 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 PC16b. Is it much worse or a bit worse? ................................................................................ 23 4. A BIT WORSE 29 5. MUCH WORSE 7. Other 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 9. RF (refused) 10912 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q558:CS50] IS (1); [Q218:CS1a] IS (1); [Q1112:PC16] IS (2 OR DK OR RF); [Q1112:PC16] IS (1); partial interview
E1117 PC17.LEARNING NEW THINGS Section: PC Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q1117 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 PC17. (Compared with two years ago, how is [Q371-R FIRST NAME] at:) Learning new things in general? (Has this improved, not much changed, or gotten worse?) ................................................................................ 44 1. IMPROVED 629 2. NOT MUCH CHANGED 59 3. GOTTEN WORSE 1 4. Donít do 7. Other 3 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 2 9. RF (refused) 10226 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q558:CS50] IS (1); [Q218:CS1a] IS (1); partial interview
E1118 PC17A.IMPROVED Section: PC Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q1118 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 PC17a. Is it much improved or a bit improved? ................................................................................ 14 1. MUCH IMPROVED 30 2. A BIT IMPROVED 7. Other 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 9. RF (refused) 10920 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q558:CS50] IS (1); [Q218:CS1a] IS (1); [Q1117:PC17] IS (2 OR DK OR RF); [Q1117:PC17] IS (3); partial interview
E1119 PC17B.WORSE Section: PC Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q1119 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 PC17b. Is it much worse or a bit worse? ................................................................................ 32 4. A BIT WORSE 27 5. MUCH WORSE 7. Other 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 9. RF (refused) 10905 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q558:CS50] IS (1); [Q218:CS1a] IS (1); [Q1117:PC17] IS (2 OR DK OR RF); [Q1117:PC17] IS (1); partial interview
E1122 PC18.FOLLOWING STORY Section: PC Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q1122 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 PC18. (Compared with two years ago, how is [Q371-R FIRST NAME] at:) Following a story in a book or on TV? (Has this improved, not much changed, or gotten worse?) ................................................................................ 27 1. IMPROVED 660 2. NOT MUCH CHANGED 44 3. GOTTEN WORSE 3 4. Donít do 7. Other 3 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 1 9. RF (refused) 10226 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q558:CS50] IS (1); [Q218:CS1a] IS (1); partial interview
E1123 PC18A.IMPROVED Section: PC Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q1123 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 PC18a. Is it much improved or a bit improved? ................................................................................ 13 1. MUCH IMPROVED 14 2. A BIT IMPROVED 7. Other 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 9. RF (refused) 10937 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q558:CS50] IS (1); [Q218:CS1a] IS (1); [Q1122:PC18] IS (2 OR DK OR RF); [Q1122:PC18] IS (3); partial interview
E1124 PC18B.WORSE Section: PC Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q1124 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 PC18b. Is it much worse or a bit worse? ................................................................................ 25 4. A BIT WORSE 19 5. MUCH WORSE 7. Other 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 9. RF (refused) 10920 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q558:CS50] IS (1); [Q218:CS1a] IS (1); [Q1122:PC18] IS (2 OR DK OR RF); [Q1122:PC18] IS (1); partial interview
E1127 PC19.MAKING DECISIONS Section: PC Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q1127 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 PC19. (Compared with two years ago, how is [Q371-R FIRST NAME] at:) Making decisions on everyday matters? (Has this improved, not much changed, or gotten worse?) ................................................................................ 24 1. IMPROVED 649 2. NOT MUCH CHANGED 60 3. GOTTEN WORSE 7. Other 3 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 2 9. RF (refused) 10226 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q558:CS50] IS (1); [Q218:CS1a] IS (1); partial interview
E1128 PC19A.IMPROVED Section: PC Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q1128 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 PC19a. Is it much improved or a bit improved? ................................................................................ 13 1. MUCH IMPROVED 11 2. A BIT IMPROVED 7. Other 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 9. RF (refused) 10940 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q558:CS50] IS (1); [Q218:CS1a] IS (1); [Q1127:PC19] IS (2 OR DK OR RF); [Q1127:PC19] IS (3); partial interview
E1129 PC19B.WORSE Section: PC Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q1129 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 PC19b. Is it much worse or a bit worse? ................................................................................ 30 4. A BIT WORSE 30 5. MUCH WORSE 7. Other 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 9. RF (refused) 10904 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q558:CS50] IS (1); [Q218:CS1a] IS (1); [Q1127:PC19] IS (2 OR DK OR RF); [Q1127:PC19] IS (1); partial interview
E1132 PC20.HANDLING SHOP MONEY Section: PC Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q1132 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 PC20. (Compared with two years ago, how is [Q371-R FIRST NAME] at:) Handling money for shopping? (Has this improved, not much changed, or gotten worse?) ................................................................................ 34 1. IMPROVED 648 2. NOT MUCH CHANGED 47 3. GOTTEN WORSE 3 4. Donít do 7. Other 4 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 2 9. RF (refused) 10226 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q558:CS50] IS (1); [Q218:CS1a] IS (1); partial interview
E1133 PC20A.IMPROVED Section: PC Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q1133 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 PC20a. Is it much improved or a bit improved? ................................................................................ 20 1. MUCH IMPROVED 14 2. A BIT IMPROVED 7. Other 1 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 9. RF (refused) 10929 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q558:CS50] IS (1); [Q218:CS1a] IS (1); [Q1132:PC20] IS (2 OR DK OR RF); [Q1132:PC20] IS (3); partial interview
E1134 PC20B.WORSE Section: PC Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q1134 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 PC20b. Is it much worse or a bit worse? ................................................................................ 9 4. A BIT WORSE 38 5. MUCH WORSE 7. Other 1 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 9. RF (refused) 10916 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q558:CS50] IS (1); [Q218:CS1a] IS (1); [Q1132:PC20] IS (2 OR DK OR RF); [Q1132:PC20] IS (1); partial interview
E1135 PC21.HANDLING FINANCES Section: PC Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q1135 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 PC21. (Compared with two years ago, how is [Q371-R FIRST NAME] at:) Handling financial matters, that is, the pension or dealing with the bank? (Has this improved, not much changed, or gotten worse?) ................................................................................ 39 1. IMPROVED 638 2. NOT MUCH CHANGED 49 3. GOTTEN WORSE 4 4. Donít do 7. Other 5 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 3 9. RF (refused) 10226 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q558:CS50] IS (1); [Q218:CS1a] IS (1); partial interview
E1136 PC21A.IMPROVED Section: PC Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q1136 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 PC21a. Is it much improved or a bit improved? ................................................................................ 21 1. MUCH IMPROVED 18 2. A BIT IMPROVED 7. Other 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 9. RF (refused) 10925 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q558:CS50] IS (1); [Q218:CS1a] IS (1); [Q1135:PC21] IS (2 OR DK OR RF); [Q1135:PC21] IS (3); partial interview
E1137 PC21B.WORSE Section: PC Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q1137 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 PC21b. Is it much worse or a bit worse? ................................................................................ 17 4. A BIT WORSE 32 5. MUCH WORSE 7. Other 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 9. RF (refused) 10915 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q558:CS50] IS (1); [Q218:CS1a] IS (1); [Q1135:PC21] IS (2 OR DK OR RF); [Q1135:PC21] IS (1); partial interview
E1138 PC22.ARITHMATIC PROBLEMS Section: PC Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q1138 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 PC22. (Compared with two years ago, how is [Q371-R FIRST NAME] at:) Handling other everyday arithmetic problems, such as, knowing how much food to buy, knowing how long between visits from family or friends? (Has this improved, not much changed, or gotten worse?) ................................................................................ 27 1. IMPROVED 660 2. NOT MUCH CHANGED 44 3. GOTTEN WORSE 1 4. Donít do 7. Other 3 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 3 9. RF (refused) 10226 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q558:CS50] IS (1); [Q218:CS1a] IS (1); partial interview
E1139 PC22A.IMPROVED Section: PC Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q1139 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 PC22a. Is it much improved or a bit improved? ................................................................................ 14 1. MUCH IMPROVED 13 2. A BIT IMPROVED 7. Other 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 9. RF (refused) 10937 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q558:CS50] IS (1); [Q218:CS1a] IS (1); [Q1138:PC22] IS (2 OR DK OR RF); [Q1138:PC22] IS (3); partial interview
E1140 PC22B.WORSE Section: PC Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q1140 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 PC22b. Is it much worse or a bit worse? ................................................................................ 14 4. A BIT WORSE 30 5. MUCH WORSE 7. Other 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 9. RF (refused) 10920 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q558:CS50] IS (1); [Q218:CS1a] IS (1); [Q1138:PC22] IS (2 OR DK OR RF); [Q1138:PC22] IS (1); partial interview
E1141 PC23.REASONING Section: PC Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q1141 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 PC23. (Compared with two years ago, how is [Q371-R FIRST NAME] at:) Using (his/her) intelligence to understand what's going on and to reason things through? (Has this improved, not much changed, or gotten worse?) ................................................................................ 37 1. IMPROVED 644 2. NOT MUCH CHANGED 52 3. GOTTEN WORSE 7. Other 3 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 2 9. RF (refused) 10226 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q558:CS50] IS (1); [Q218:CS1a] IS (1); partial interview
E1142 PC23A.IMPROVED Section: PC Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q1142 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 PC23a. Is it much improved or a bit improved? ................................................................................ 17 1. MUCH IMPROVED 20 2. A BIT IMPROVED 7. Other 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 9. RF (refused) 10927 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q558:CS50] IS (1); [Q218:CS1a] IS (1); [Q1141:PC23] IS (2 OR DK OR RF); [Q1141:PC23] IS (3); partial interview
E1143 PC23B.WORSE Section: PC Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q1143 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 PC23b. Is it much worse or a bit worse? ................................................................................ 26 4. A BIT WORSE 26 5. MUCH WORSE 7. Other 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 9. RF (refused) 10912 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q558:CS50] IS (1); [Q218:CS1a] IS (1); [Q1141:PC23] IS (2 OR DK OR RF); [Q1141:PC23] IS (1); partial interview
E1144 PC24.LOST Section: PC Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q1144 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 PC24. Now, thinking about some current behaviors, does [Q98-PREV WAVE PROXY NAME] ever get lost in a familiar environment? ................................................................................ 41 1. YES 695 5. NO 7. Other 1 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 1 9. RF (refused) 10226 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q558:CS50] IS (1); [Q218:CS1a] IS (1); partial interview
E1145 PC25.WANDER Section: PC Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q1145 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 PC25. Does (he/she) ever wander off and not return by (himself/herself)? ................................................................................ 10 1. YES 726 5. NO 7. Other 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 2 9. RF (refused) 10226 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q558:CS50] IS (1); [Q218:CS1a] IS (1); partial interview
E1146 PC26.LEFT ALONE Section: PC Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q1146 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 PC26. Can (he/she) be left alone for an hour or so? ................................................................................ 638 1. YES 100 5. NO 7. Other 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 9. RF (refused) 10226 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q558:CS50] IS (1); [Q218:CS1a] IS (1); partial interview
E1147 PC27.HALLUCINATE Section: PC Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q1147 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 PC27. Does [Q98-PREV WAVE PROXY NAME] ever see or hear things that are not really there? ................................................................................ 29 1. YES 706 5. NO 7. Other 2 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 1 9. RF (refused) 10226 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q558:CS50] IS (1); [Q218:CS1a] IS (1); partial interview
E1148 PC28.ANGRY Section: PC Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q1148 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 PC28. During the past week, how often has [Q98-PREV WAVE PROXY NAME] shown any of the following behaviors: (During the past week) how often has (he/she) become angry or hostile without reason? Was it most of the time, some of the time, or never? ................................................................................ 23 1. MOST OF TIME 132 2. SOME OF TIME 575 3. NEVER 7. Other 7 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 1 9. RF (refused) 10226 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q558:CS50] IS (1); [Q218:CS1a] IS (1); partial interview
E1149 PC29.SLEEP Section: PC Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q1149 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 PC29. (During the past week) How often has (he/she) had difficulties falling asleep or waking frequently during the night? ................................................................................ 72 1. MOST OF TIME 191 2. SOME OF TIME 462 3. NEVER 7. Other 12 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 1 9. RF (refused) 10226 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q558:CS50] IS (1); [Q218:CS1a] IS (1); partial interview
E1150 PC30.DANGEROUS Section: PC Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q1150 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 PC30. (During the past week) How often has (he/she) done things that are dangerous to (himself/herself) or others? ................................................................................ 5 1. MOST OF TIME 34 2. SOME OF TIME 693 3. NEVER 7. Other 5 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 1 9. RF (refused) 10226 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q558:CS50] IS (1); [Q218:CS1a] IS (1); partial interview
E1151 PC31.ROCKING Section: PC Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q1151 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 PC31. (During the past week) How often has (he/she) paced around or made unexplained rocking movements while sitting? ................................................................................ 11 1. MOST OF TIME 20 2. SOME OF TIME 701 3. NEVER 7. Other 5 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 1 9. RF (refused) 10226 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q558:CS50] IS (1); [Q218:CS1a] IS (1); partial interview
E1152 PC32.PLOTTING Section: PC Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q1152 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 PC32. (During the past week) How often has (he/she) mentioned that people are plotting against or trying to harm (she/him)? ................................................................................ 9 1. MOST OF TIME 21 2. SOME OF TIME 702 3. NEVER 7. Other 5 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 1 9. RF (refused) 10226 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q558:CS50] IS (1); [Q218:CS1a] IS (1); partial interview
E1153 PC33.ALCOHOL Section: PC Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q1153 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 PC33. (During the past week) How often has (he/she) drunk too much alcohol? ................................................................................ 24 1. MOST OF TIME 33 2. SOME OF TIME 677 3. NEVER 7. Other 4 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 9. RF (refused) 10226 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q558:CS50] IS (1); [Q218:CS1a] IS (1); partial interview
EVERSION DATA RELEASE VERSION Section: PC Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q20001 Type: Numeric Width: 3 Decimals: 0 ................................................................................ 1. Version 1, March 1999 2. Version 2, December 2000 3. Version 3, May 2001 10964 4. Version 4, September 2003
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