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Section V: MODULES  (Respondent)

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HHID                          HOUSEHOLD IDENTIFICATION NUMBER
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Character  Width: 6   Decimals: 0

         .................................................................................
         22034           000003-959738.  Household Identification Number


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PN                            RESPONDENT PERSON IDENTIFICATION NUMBER
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Character  Width: 3   Decimals: 0

         .................................................................................
         12326         010.  Person Identifier
           625         011.  Person Identifier
            29         012.  Person Identifier
             1         013.  Person Identifier
          7141         020.  Person Identifier
           177         021.  Person Identifier
             9         022.  Person Identifier
             1         023.  Person Identifier
           633         030.  Person Identifier
            45         031.  Person Identifier
             7         032.  Person Identifier
           975         040.  Person Identifier
            58         041.  Person Identifier
             6         042.  Person Identifier
             1         043.  Person Identifier


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MSUBHH                        2010 SUB HOUSEHOLD IDENTIFICATION NUMBER
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Character  Width: 1   Decimals: 0

         .................................................................................
         20699           0.  Original sample household - no split from divorce or
                             separation of spouses or partners
           672           1.  Split household - one half of couple from SUBHH 0 and new
                             spouse or partner, if any
           503           2.  Split household - one half of couple from SUBHH 0 and new
                             spouse or partner, if any
            52           5.  Split household - one half of couple from SUBHH 1 or 2
             6           6.  Split household - one half of couple from SUBHH 1 or 2
           101           7.  Reunited household - respondents from split household
                             reunite
             1           8.  Split household - one half of couple from SUBHH 1 or 2


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LSUBHH                        2008 SUB HOUSEHOLD IDENTIFICATION NUMBER
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Character  Width: 1   Decimals: 0

         .................................................................................
         14544           0.  Original sample household - no split from divorce or
                             separation of spouses or partners
           610           1.  Split household - one half of couple from SUBHH 0 and new
                             spouse or partner, if any
           471           2.  Split household - one half of couple from SUBHH 0 and new
                             spouse or partner, if any
            39           5.  Split household - one half of couple from SUBHH 1 or 2
             6           6.  Split household - one half of couple from SUBHH 1 or 2
            69           7.  Reunited household - respondents from split household
                             reunite
             1           8.  Split household - one half of couple from SUBHH 1 or 2
          6294       Blank.  NEW COHORT HH


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MPN_SP                        2010 SPOUSE/PARTNER PERSON NUMBER
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Character  Width: 3   Decimals: 0

         .................................................................................
          6364         010.  Person Identifier
           598         011.  Person Identifier
            28         012.  Person Identifier
          6051         020.  Person Identifier
           155         021.  Person Identifier
             8         022.  Person Identifier
             1         023.  Person Identifier
           461         030.  Person Identifier
            41         031.  Person Identifier
             6         032.  Person Identifier
           733         040.  Person Identifier
            63         041.  Person Identifier
             6         042.  Person Identifier
             1         043.  Person Identifier
            37         811.  Spouse of Non-Original Respondent
             4         812.  Spouse of Non-Original Respondent
             8         821.  Spouse of Non-Original Respondent
             2         822.  Spouse of Non-Original Respondent
             4         831.  Spouse of Non-Original Respondent
             4         841.  Spouse of Non-Original Respondent
             1         842.  Spouse of Non-Original Respondent
          7458       Blank.  Single Respondent Household


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MCSR                          2010 WHETHER COVERSHEET RESPONDENT
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0

         .................................................................................
         15280           1.  Yes
            18           3.  2nd Coverscreen  R, answers not retained
          6736           5.  No


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MFAMR                         2010 WHETHER FAMILY RESPONDENT
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0

         .................................................................................
         14977           1.  Family R
            14           3.  2nd Family R, answers not retained
          7043           5.  Non-Family R


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MFINR                         2010 WHETHER FINANCIAL RESPONDENT
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0

         .................................................................................
         15130           1.  Financial R
            14           3.  2nd Financial R, answers not retained
          6890           5.  Non-Financial R


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         IF (((RVARS.Z145_TypeExit_V <> NEWPOSTEXIT) AND (RVARS.Z145_TypeExit_V <> 
         FIRSTREPEATPOST)) AND (RVARS.Z145_TypeExit_V <> SECREPEATPOST)) AND 
         (puSectionTracker = B) THEN 

         IF (ACTIVELANGUAGE <> EXTENG) AND (ACTIVELANGUAGE <> EXTSPN) THEN 

         IF (piSecAStartInterviewA009_SelfPrxy = SLF) OR 
         (((piSecAStartInterviewA009_SelfPrxy = PXYSPISREPORTER) OR 
         (piSecAStartInterviewA009_SelfPrxy = PXYNONSPISREPORTER)) OR 
         (piSecAStartInterviewA009_SelfPrxy = PXYSPISREPORTERNOTSAME)) THEN 


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MV000                         V000_MODULE INTRO
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 2   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.V000_ModuleIntro

         Although we have finished the interview, we would like to ask you a few new
         questions. Some questions may be similar to questions we have already asked you,
         but the researchers are interested in how people respond when the questions are
         changed just a little.
         
         If R refused before starting a module, ENTER 9. If R started to do a module and
         then changed his/her mind, ENTER 99

         .................................................................................
         19657           1.  R IS WILLING
          1765           9.  R REFUSED AT MODULE INTRO
           330          99.  R REFUSED AFTER STARTING A MODULE
           282       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         IF (((RVARS.Z145_TypeExit_V <> NEWPOSTEXIT) AND (RVARS.Z145_TypeExit_V <> 
         FIRSTREPEATPOST)) AND (RVARS.Z145_TypeExit_V <> SECREPEATPOST)) AND 
         (puSectionTracker = B) THEN 

         IF (ACTIVELANGUAGE <> EXTENG) AND (ACTIVELANGUAGE <> EXTSPN) THEN 

         IF SecV.V000_ModuleIntro = DOMODULES THEN 

         IF (((piRTab1X009AModule_V = MODULE1) AND (piSecAStartInterviewA009_SelfPrxy = 
         SLF)) THEN 


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MV001                         HOW OFTEN REDUCE BELONGINGS
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD1.V001_Reduced

         The next questions are about what you may or may not have done in the last year
         to reduce the amount of your belongings.
         
         In the last year, how often have you gone through your home or other storage
         areas to clean out or reduce the number of things that you have -- many times, a
         few times, or not at all?

         .................................................................................
           327           1.  MANY TIMES
          1130           2.  A FEW TIMES
           434           3.  NOT AT ALL
             4           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                         9.  RF (Refused)
         20139       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD1.V001_Reduced 


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MV002                         HOW MUCH SOLD IN LAST YEAR
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD1.V002_SoldBelongings

         In the last year, how many of your belongings have you sold in a yard, garage,
         or estate sale, a community sale, on consignment, or on the Internet -- many
         things, a few things, or none of your things?

         .................................................................................
            72           1.  MANY THINGS
           334           2.  A FEW THINGS
          1486           3.  NONE
             2           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             1           9.  RF (Refused)
         20139       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD1.V002_SoldBelongings 


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MV003                         HOW MUCH GIVEN AWAY LAST YEAR
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD1.V003_GivenAway

         In the last year, how many of your belongings have you given away to family or
         friends -- many things, a few things, or none of your things?

         .................................................................................
           312           1.  MANY THINGS
           982           2.  A FEW THINGS
           599           3.  NONE
             1           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             1           9.  RF (Refused)
         20139       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD1.V003_GivenAway 


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MV004                         HOW MUCH DONATED TO CHARITY
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD1.V004_Donated

         In the last year, how many of your belongings have you donated to charity, a
         church, or a community group -- many things, a few things, or none?

         .................................................................................
           502           1.  MANY THINGS
           877           2.  A FEW THINGS
           513           3.  NONE
             2           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             1           9.  RF (Refused)
         20139       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD1.V004_Donated 


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MV005                         IF R RENTS SELF-STORAGE FOR BELONGINGS
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD1.V005_SelfStorage

         Do you currently rent a self-storage unit and keep any of your belongings there?

         .................................................................................
           107           1.  YES
          1784           5.  NO
             3           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             1           9.  RF (Refused)
         20139       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD1.V005_SelfStorage 


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MV006                         HAVE MORE FEWER OR RIGHT AMOUNT
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD1.V006_AmountRHas

         Thinking of the belongings that you own or are keeping at your home, do you feel
         that you have more things than you need, fewer things than you need, or just the
         right amount?

         .................................................................................
          1095           1.  MORE THAN YOU NEED
           117           2.  FEWER THINGS THAT YOU NEED
           677           3.  JUST THE RIGHT AMOUNT
             4           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             2           9.  RF (Refused)
         20139       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD1.V006_AmountRHas 


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MV007                         IF FAMILY-FRIENDS TOLD R TO DOWNSIZE
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD1.V007_IfToldLess

         In the last year, have any family members or friends told you that you should
         downsize your belongings?

         .................................................................................
           473           1.  YES
          1417           5.  NO
             2           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             3           9.  RF (Refused)
         20139       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD1.V007_IfToldLess 

         IF SecV.MOD1.V007_IfToldLess <> NO THEN 


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MV008                         IF FAM-FRIENDS OFFERED TO HELP DOWNSIZE
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD1.V008_HelpOffered

         Have they offered to help you do this?

         .................................................................................
           217           1.  YES
           257           5.  NO
             2           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             2           9.  RF (Refused)
         21556       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD1.V007_IfToldLess 


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MV010                         IF R WILL STAY AT CURRENT RESIDENCE
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD1.V010_StayPut

         Do you think your current residence is where you will always live?

         .................................................................................
          1211           1.  YES
           632           5.  NO
            49           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             3           9.  RF (Refused)
         20139       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD1.V010_StayPut 


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MV009                         CHANCES OF MOVING 0 TO 100
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 3   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD1.V009_ChanceMove

         On a 0 to 100 scale, where 0 is absolutely no chance and 100 means that it is
         absolutely certain, please tell me what you think are the chances that you will
         move in the next two years?
         (00---10---20---30---40---50---60---70---80---90---100)
         
         00 Absolutely no chance
         
         100 Absolutely certain

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              N      Min         Max          Mean            SD    Miss
           1866        0         100         20.34         32.83   20139
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            26         998.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             3         999.  RF (Refused)


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD1.V009_ChanceMove 


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MV011                         IF MOVED COULD R TAKE ALL BELONGINGS
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD1.V011_TakeAll

         If [IF V010=YES: for some reason] you needed to move in the next two years, how
         likely is it that you would take all of your belongings to the new place -- very
         likely, somewhat likely, not likely at all?

         .................................................................................
           664           1.  VERY LIKELY
           619           3.  SOMEWHAT LIKELY
           597           5.  NOT LIKELY AT ALL
            11           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             4           9.  RF (Refused)
         20139       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD1.V011_TakeAll 


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MV012                         THINGS MAKE R RELUCTANT TO MOVE
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD1.V012_ReluctantMove

         Think about the effort that it would take to move your belongings to another
         home -- how reluctant to move does that make you feel -- very reluctant,
         somewhat reluctant, or not reluctant at all?

         .................................................................................
           801           1.  VERY
           574           3.  SOMEWHAT
           499           5.  NOT AT ALL
            16           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             5           9.  RF (Refused)
         20139       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         IF (((RVARS.Z145_TypeExit_V <> NEWPOSTEXIT) AND (RVARS.Z145_TypeExit_V <> 
         FIRSTREPEATPOST)) AND (RVARS.Z145_TypeExit_V <> SECREPEATPOST)) AND 
         (puSectionTracker = B) THEN 

         IF (ACTIVELANGUAGE <> EXTENG) AND (ACTIVELANGUAGE <> EXTSPN) THEN 

         IF SecV.V000_ModuleIntro = DOMODULES THEN 

         IF (((piRTab1X009AModule_V = MODULE2) AND (piSecAStartInterviewA009_SelfPrxy = 
         SLF)) THEN 


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MV051                         HOW CONFIDENT FILLING OUT MEDICAL FORMS
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD2.V051_MedForms

         How confident are you filling out medical forms by yourself -- extremely
         confident, quite confident, somewhat confident, a little confident, not at all
         confident?

         .................................................................................
           497           0.  EXTREMELY CONFIDENT
           565           1.  QUITE CONFIDENT
           451           2.  SOMEWHAT CONFIDENT
           126           3.  A LITTLE CONFIDENT
           136           4.  NOT AT ALL CONFIDENT
            11           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             5           9.  RF (Refused)
         20243       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         ASSIGN: IF (((RVARS.Z145_TypeExit_V <> NEWPOSTEXIT) AND (RVARS.Z145_TypeExit_V 
         <> FIRSTREPEATPOST)) AND (RVARS.Z145_TypeExit_V <> SECREPEATPOST)) AND 
         (puSectionTracker = B) THEN 
         IF (ACTIVELANGUAGE <> EXTENG) AND (ACTIVELANGUAGE <> EXTSPN) THEN 
         IF SecV.V000_ModuleIntro = DOMODULES THEN 
         IF (((piRTab1X009AModule_V = MODULE2) AND (piSecAStartInterviewA009_SelfPrxy = 
         SLF)) THEN 
         V079_ := piEventHistSSN_PermW311_IwMode 

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MV079                         MODE OF INTERVIEW
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD2.V079_

         *

         .................................................................................
           144           1.  TELEPHONE
          1647           2.  FACE-TO-FACE
         20243       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD2.V051_MedForms 

         IF SecV.MOD2.V079_ = FACETOFACE THEN 


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MV052                         TAKE NEXT PILL HOUR -- MODE FTF
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 2   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD2.V052_MedHour

         Show Respondent CARD A; then read the directions and the question.
         
         These are directions you or someone else might be given at the hospital. Please
         read each direction to yourself. Then I will ask you some questions about what
         it means.
         
         First, if you take your first tablet at 7 am, when should you take the next one?
         
         Hour:

         User Note: To view cards, refer to Module 2 Questionnaire.

         .................................................................................
          1538                    1-12.  Hour
            87                      98.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
            21                      99.  RF (Refused)
         20388                   Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD2.V052_MedHour 

         IF (SecV.MOD2.V052_MedHour <> DONTKNOW) AND (SecV.MOD2.V052_MedHour <> REFUSAL) 
         THEN 


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MV053                         TAKE NEXT PILL AM-PM -- MODE FTF
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD2.V053_MedAmPm

         (Is that [V052 Hour] a.m. or p.m.?)

         .................................................................................
           746           1.  A.M.
           788           2.  P.M.
             4           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                         9.  RF (Refused)
         20496       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD2.V052_MedHour 


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MV054                         IF BLOOD SUGAR IS NORMAL - MODE FTF
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD2.V054_BloodSugar

         Now please take a moment to read this next card.
         
         Show Respondent CARD B and then read the question .
         
         If this was your score, would your blood sugar be normal today?

         User Note: To view cards, refer to Module 2 Questionnaire.

         .................................................................................
           211           1.  YES
          1296           5.  NO
           121           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
            18           9.  RF (Refused)
         20388       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD2.V054_BloodSugar 


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MV055                         MONTH OF NEXT APPOINTMENT
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 2   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD2.V055_ApptMo

         Here is the next card.  Again, please take a moment to read it.
         
         Show Respondent CARD C and then read the question.
         
         On what month and day is your next appointment?
         
         MONTH:

         User Note: To view cards, refer to Module 2 Questionnaire.

         .................................................................................
             6           1.  JAN
             4           2.  FEB
             6           3.  MAR
          1398           4.  APR
            43           5.  MAY
            11           6.  JUN
            10           7.  JUL
             2           8.  AUG
             5           9.  SEP
             7          10.  OCT
             4          11.  NOV
             6          12.  DEC
           122          98.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
            22          99.  RF (Refused)
         20388       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD2.V055_ApptMo 


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MV056                         DAY OF NEXT APPOINTMENT
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 2   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD2.V056_ApptDay

         Show Respondent CARD C and then read the question.
         
         (On what month and day is your next appointment?)
         
         DAY:

         User Note: To view cards, refer to Module 2 Questionnaire.

         .................................................................................
          1488                    1-27.  Day of Month
           136                      98.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
            22                      99.  RF (Refused)
         20388                   Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD2.V056_ApptDay 


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MV057                         TAKE MED BEFORE LUNCH-TIME - MODE FTF
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 2   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD2.V057_MedTime

         Here is the next card I'd like you to read.
         
         Show Respondent CARD D and then read the question.
         
         If you eat lunch at 12:00 noon and you want to take this medicine before lunch,
         what time should you take it?
         
         HOUR:

         User Note: To view cards, refer to Module 2 Questionnaire.

         .................................................................................
          1549                    1-12.  Hour
            77                      98.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
            20                      99.  RF (Refused)
         20388                   Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD2.V057_MedTime 

         IF (SecV.MOD2.V057_MedTime <> DONTKNOW) AND (SecV.MOD2.V057_MedTime <> REFUSAL) 
         THEN 


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MV058                         TAKE MED BEFORE LUNCH-AMPM - MODE FTF
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD2.V058_MedAmPm

         (Is that [V057 Hour] a.m. or p.m.?)

         .................................................................................
          1445           1.  A.M.
           102           2.  P.M.
             2           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                         9.  RF (Refused)
         20485       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD2.V057_MedTime 


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MV059                         WORD LIST - FAT
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD2.V059_Fat

         Show Respondent CARD E and then read the question.
         
         Please take a moment to look at the words on this card and then read them back
         to me. Some of them may be hard to read; just do the best you can.
         
         Fat

         User Note: To view cards, refer to Module 2 Questionnaire.

         .................................................................................
          1567           1.  CORRECT
             8           5.  TRIED, INCORRECT
            19           6.  SKIPPED, DID NOT TRY
            32           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
            20           9.  RF (Refused)
         20388       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD2.V059_Fat 


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MV060                         WORD LIST -- FLU
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD2.V060_Flu

         Show Respondent CARD E and then read the question.
         
         (Please take a moment to look at the words on this card and then read them back
         to me. Some of them may be hard to read; just do the best you can.)
         
         Flu

         User Note: To view cards, refer to Module 2 Questionnaire.

         .................................................................................
          1553           1.  CORRECT
            22           5.  TRIED, INCORRECT
            20           6.  SKIPPED, DID NOT TRY
            32           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
            19           9.  RF (Refused)
         20388       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD2.V060_Flu 


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MV061                         WORD LIST -- PILL
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD2.V061_Pill

         Show Respondent CARD E and then read the question.
         
         (Please take a moment to look at the words on this card and then read them back
         to me. Some of them may be hard to read; just do the best you can.)
         
         Pill

         User Note: To view cards, refer to Module 2 Questionnaire.

         .................................................................................
          1562           1.  CORRECT
            13           5.  TRIED, INCORRECT
            22           6.  SKIPPED, DID NOT TRY
            31           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
            18           9.  RF (Refused)
         20388       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD2.V061_Pill 


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MV062                         WORD LIST -- OSTEOPOROSIS
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD2.V062_Osteo

         Show Respondent CARD E and then read the question.
         
         (Please take a moment to look at the words on this card and then read them back
         to me. Some of them may be hard to read; just do the best you can.)
         
         Osteoporosis

         User Note: To view cards, refer to Module 2 Questionnaire.

         .................................................................................
          1278           1.  CORRECT
           256           5.  TRIED, INCORRECT
            62           6.  SKIPPED, DID NOT TRY
            32           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
            18           9.  RF (Refused)
         20388       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD2.V062_Osteo 


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MV063                         WORD LIST -- ALLERGIC
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD2.V063_Allergic

         Show Respondent CARD E and then read the question.
         
         (Please take a moment to look at the words on this card and then read them back
         to me. Some of them may be hard to read; just do the best you can.)
         
         Allergic

         User Note: To view cards, refer to Module 2 Questionnaire.

         .................................................................................
          1337           1.  CORRECT
           223           5.  TRIED, INCORRECT
            38           6.  SKIPPED, DID NOT TRY
            30           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
            18           9.  RF (Refused)
         20388       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD2.V063_Allergic 


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MV064                         WORD LIST -- JAUNDICE
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD2.V064_Jaundice

         Show Respondent CARD E and then read the question.
         
         (Please take a moment to look at the words on this card and then read them back
         to me. Some of them may be hard to read; just do the best you can.)
         
         Jaundice

         User Note: To view cards, refer to Module 2 Questionnaire.

         .................................................................................
          1322           1.  CORRECT
           185           5.  TRIED, INCORRECT
            83           6.  SKIPPED, DID NOT TRY
            37           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
            19           9.  RF (Refused)
         20388       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD2.V064_Jaundice 


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MV065                         WORD LIST -- ANEMIA
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD2.V065_Anemia

         Show Respondent CARD E and then read the question.
         
         (Please take a moment to look at the words on this card and then read them back
         to me. Some of them may be hard to read; just do the best you can.)
         
         Anemia

         User Note: To view cards, refer to Module 2 Questionnaire.

         .................................................................................
          1358           1.  CORRECT
           167           5.  TRIED, INCORRECT
            71           6.  SKIPPED, DID NOT TRY
            32           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
            18           9.  RF (Refused)
         20388       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD2.V065_Anemia 


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MV066                         WORD LIST -- FATIGUE
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD2.V066_Fatigue

         Show Respondent CARD E and then read the question.
         
         (Please take a moment to look at the words on this card and then read them back
         to me. Some of them may be hard to read; just do the best you can.)
         
         Fatigue

         User Note: To view cards, refer to Module 2 Questionnaire.

         .................................................................................
          1444           1.  CORRECT
            87           5.  TRIED, INCORRECT
            64           6.  SKIPPED, DID NOT TRY
            33           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
            18           9.  RF (Refused)
         20388       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD2.V066_Fatigue 


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MV067                         WORD LIST -- DIRECTED
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD2.V067_Directed

         Show Respondent CARD E and then read the question.
         
         (Please take a moment to look at the words on this card and then read them back
         to me. Some of them may be hard to read; just do the best you can.)
         
         Directed

         User Note: To view cards, refer to Module 2 Questionnaire.

         .................................................................................
          1437           1.  CORRECT
            81           5.  TRIED, INCORRECT
            65           6.  SKIPPED, DID NOT TRY
            45           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
            18           9.  RF (Refused)
         20388       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD2.V067_Directed 


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MV068                         WORD LIST -- COLITIS
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD2.V068_Colitis

         Show Respondent CARD E and then read the question.
         
         (Please take a moment to look at the words on this card and then read them back
         to me. Some of them may be hard to read; just do the best you can.)
         
         Colitis

         User Note: To view cards, refer to Module 2 Questionnaire.

         .................................................................................
          1278           1.  CORRECT
           250           5.  TRIED, INCORRECT
            69           6.  SKIPPED, DID NOT TRY
            31           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
            18           9.  RF (Refused)
         20388       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD2.V068_Colitis 


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MV069                         WORD LIST -- CONSTIPATION
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD2.V069_Constipation

         Show Respondent CARD E and then read the question.
         
         (Please take a moment to look at the words on this card and then read them back
         to me. Some of them may be hard to read; just do the best you can.)
         
         Constipation

         User Note: To view cards, refer to Module 2 Questionnaire.

         .................................................................................
          1456           1.  CORRECT
            83           5.  TRIED, INCORRECT
            59           6.  SKIPPED, DID NOT TRY
            30           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
            18           9.  RF (Refused)
         20388       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD2.V069_Constipation 

         IF SecV.MOD2.V079_ = TELEPHONE THEN 


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MV070                         TAKE NEXT PILL HOUR -- MODE PHONE
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 2   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD2.V070_MedHour

         Suppose a doctor prescribes pills that you are supposed to take four times a
         day. If you take the first one at 7 am, when would you take the next one?

         .................................................................................
           138                    1-12.  Hour
             3                      98.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             3                      99.  RF (Refused)
         21890                   Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD2.V070_MedHour 

         IF (SecV.MOD2.V070_MedHour <> DONTKNOW) AND (SecV.MOD2.V070_MedHour <> REFUSAL) 
         THEN 


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MV071                         TAKE NEXT PILL AM-PM -- MODE PHONE
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD2.V071_MedAmPm

         (Is that [V070 Hour] a.m. or p.m.?)

         .................................................................................
            71           1.  A.M.
            66           2.  P.M.
             1           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                         9.  RF (Refused)
         21896       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD2.V070_MedHour 


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MV072                         IF BLOOD SUGAR IS NORMAL - MODE PHONE
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD2.V072_BloodSugar

         Normal blood sugar is between 60 and 150. Suppose a test shows that your blood
         sugar level is 160. Would that level be normal?

         .................................................................................
            10           1.  YES
           126           5.  NO
             4           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             4           9.  RF (Refused)
         21890       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD2.V072_BloodSugar 


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MV073                         TAKE MED BEFORE LUNCH - HOUR MODE PHONE
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 2   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD2.V073_MedTime

         Suppose the doctor tells you to take medication on an empty stomach either one
         hour before or two to three hours after a meal.
         
         If you eat lunch at 12:00 noon, and you want to take this medicine before lunch,
         what time should you take it?

         .................................................................................
           134                    1-12.  Hour
             5                      98.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             5                      99.  RF (Refused)
         21890                   Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD2.V073_MedTime 

         IF (SecV.MOD2.V073_MedTime <> DONTKNOW) AND (SecV.MOD2.V073_MedTime <> REFUSAL) 
         THEN 


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MV074                         TAKE MED BEFORE LUNCH-AMPM - MODE PHONE
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD2.V074_MedAmPm

         (Is that [V073 Hour] a.m. or p.m.?)

         .................................................................................
           131           1.  A.M.
             3           2.  P.M.
                         8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                         9.  RF (Refused)
         21900       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD2.V051_MedForms 


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MV075                         NUMBER OF COLON CANCER DEATHS IN 100
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 3   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD2.V075_CC_Deaths

         The next few questions are about colon cancer; please answer as best you can.
         
         Out of every 100 people, about how many do you think will die of colon cancer?
         
         Number of people:

         .................................................................................

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              N      Min         Max          Mean            SD    Miss
           1627        0         100         19.91         20.63   20244
         -----------------------------------------------------------------
           153         998.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
            10         999.  RF (Refused)


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD2.V075_CC_Deaths 


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MV076                         NUMBER DIAGNOSED W COLON CANCER IN 100
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 3   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD2.V076_CC_Diagnosis

         Out of 100 people, about how many will be diagnosed with colon cancer at some
         time in their lives?
         
         Number of people:

         .................................................................................

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              N      Min         Max          Mean            SD    Miss
           1641        0         100         29.40         22.56   20244
         -----------------------------------------------------------------
           141         998.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             8         999.  RF (Refused)


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD2.V076_CC_Diagnosis 


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MV077                         IF SCREENING REDUCES COLON CANCER DEATHS
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD2.V077_CC_Screening

         Do you think regular colon cancer screening for people over age 50 does or does
         not reduce the risk of dying from colon cancer?

         .................................................................................
          1548           1.  DOES
           177           5.  DOES NOT
            55           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
            10           9.  RF (Refused)
         20244       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD2.V077_CC_Screening 


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MV078                         NUMBER YRS BETW COLON CANCER SCREENINGS
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 2   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD2.V078_CC_ScreenYr

         How many years is it recommended that the average person who has had a normal
         colonoscopy should wait before having another colonoscopy?
         
         Years:

         .................................................................................

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              N      Min         Max          Mean            SD    Miss
           1638        0          50          4.93          3.64   20244
         -----------------------------------------------------------------
           143          98.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             9          99.  RF (Refused)


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         IF (((RVARS.Z145_TypeExit_V <> NEWPOSTEXIT) AND (RVARS.Z145_TypeExit_V <> 
         FIRSTREPEATPOST)) AND (RVARS.Z145_TypeExit_V <> SECREPEATPOST)) AND 
         (puSectionTracker = B) THEN 

         IF (ACTIVELANGUAGE <> EXTENG) AND (ACTIVELANGUAGE <> EXTSPN) THEN 

         IF SecV.V000_ModuleIntro = DOMODULES THEN 

         IF (((piRTab1X009AModule_V = MODULE3) AND (piSecAStartInterviewA009_SelfPrxy = 
         SLF)) THEN 


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MV100                         INTRO - ALZHHEIMERS
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD3.V100_IntroAlzheimer

         As you may know, Alzheimer's disease is a common medical condition that affects
         people's memory and thinking abilities.
         
         We are interested in learning about people's experiences with, and beliefs
         about, Alzheimer's disease.

         .................................................................................
          1819           1.  CONTINUE
                         8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                         9.  RF (Refused)
         20215       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD3.V100_IntroAlzheimer 


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MV101                         KNOW SOMEONE W/ AD
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD3.V101_KnowSomeoneWithAD

         Do you know someone who has had Alzheimer's disease?

         .................................................................................
          1120           1.  YES
           693           5.  NO
             6           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                         9.  RF (Refused)
         20215       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD3.V101_KnowSomeoneWithAD 

         IF SecV.MOD3.V101_KnowSomeoneWithAD <> NO THEN 

         IF SecV.MOD3.V101_KnowSomeoneWithAD = YES THEN 


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MV102                         PARENT SIB CHILD OF R HAS AD
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD3.V102_ParentSibChildWithAD

         Has your [husband/wife/partner], or a parent, sibling, or adult child of yours
         been diagnosed with Alzheimer's?

         .................................................................................
           232           1.  YES
           887           5.  NO
             1           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                         9.  RF (Refused)
         20914       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD3.V101_KnowSomeoneWithAD 


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MV107                         THOUGHTS ABOUT AD INTRO
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD3.V107_IntroThoughtAboutAD

         Now I am going to read some statements that may or may not reflect your thoughts
         about Alzheimer's.
         
         Please tell me how strongly you agree or disagree with each statement.

         .................................................................................
          1818           1.  CONTINUE
                         8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             1           9.  RF (Refused)
         20215       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD3.V107_IntroThoughtAboutAD 


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MV108                         WANT TO KNOW CHANCES OF GETTING AD
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD3.V108_KnowChancesGettingAD

         You would like to know your chances of someday getting Alzheimer's.
         
         Do you strongly agree, somewhat agree, neither agree nor disagree, somewhat
         disagree, or strongly disagree?

         .................................................................................
           553           1.  STRONGLY AGREE
           533           2.  SOMEWHAT AGREE
           230           3.  NEITHER AGREE NOR DISAGREE
           242           4.  SOMEWHAT DISAGREE
           233           5.  STRONGLY DISAGREE
            24           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             4           9.  RF (Refused)
         20215       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD3.V108_KnowChancesGettingAD 


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MV109                         BELIEVE WILL GET AD SOME DAY
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD3.V109_BelieveWillGetAD

         You believe you will get Alzheimer's someday.
         
         Do you strongly agree, somewhat agree, neither agree nor disagree, somewhat
         disagree, or strongly disagree?

         .................................................................................
            93           1.  STRONGLY AGREE
           354           2.  SOMEWHAT AGREE
           425           3.  NEITHER AGREE NOR DISAGREE
           449           4.  SOMEWHAT DISAGREE
           457           5.  STRONGLY DISAGREE
            36           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             5           9.  RF (Refused)
         20215       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD3.V109_BelieveWillGetAD 


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MV110                         WORRY ABOUT GETTING AD SOME DAY
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD3.V110_WorryGetADSomeDay

         You worry about getting Alzheimer's someday.
         
         Do you strongly agree, somewhat agree, neither agree nor disagree, somewhat
         disagree, or strongly disagree?

         .................................................................................
           172           1.  STRONGLY AGREE
           373           2.  SOMEWHAT AGREE
           217           3.  NEITHER AGREE NOR DISAGREE
           386           4.  SOMEWHAT DISAGREE
           643           5.  STRONGLY DISAGREE
            23           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             5           9.  RF (Refused)
         20215       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD3.V110_WorryGetADSomeDay 


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MV111                         TRUE FALSE INTRO
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD3.V111_IintroStateAboutAD

         Next I'll read some other statements about Alzheimer's disease.
         
         Please listen to each statement carefully and tell me whether you think the
         statement is True or False.
         
         If you aren't sure of the right answer, make your best guess.

         .................................................................................
          1814           1.  CONTINUE
             2           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             3           9.  RF (Refused)
         20215       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD3.V111_IintroStateAboutAD 


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MV113                         AD PEOPLE NO LONGER CAPABLE
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD3.V113_NoLongerCapable

         Once people have Alzheimer's disease, they are no longer capable of making
         informed decisions about their own care.

         .................................................................................
          1243           1.  TRUE
           540           5.  FALSE
            30           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             6           9.  RF (Refused)
         20215       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD3.V113_NoLongerCapable 


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MV116                         AD PREVENTION DRUGS AVAILABLE
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD3.V116_PrescripDrugAvailableForAD

         Prescription drugs that prevent Alzheimer's disease are available.

         .................................................................................
           754           1.  TRUE
           995           5.  FALSE
            66           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             4           9.  RF (Refused)
         20215       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD3.V116_PrescripDrugAvailableForAD 


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MV117                         SAFE FOR AD PEOPLE TO DRIVE
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD3.V117_SaveToDriveWithAD

         It is safe for people with Alzheimer's to drive as long as they have a companion
         in the car at all times

         .................................................................................
           249           1.  TRUE
          1527           5.  FALSE
            34           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             9           9.  RF (Refused)
         20215       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD3.V117_SaveToDriveWithAD 


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MV118                         AD PARENT OR SIB INCREASES CHANCE
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD3.V118_ParentSiblingIncreasesChance

         Having a parent or sibling with Alzheimer's disease increases the chance of
         developing it.

         .................................................................................
          1150           1.  TRUE
           602           5.  FALSE
            62           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             5           9.  RF (Refused)
         20215       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD3.V118_ParentSiblingIncreasesChance 


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MV119                         FACTORS INCREASING INTRO
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD3.V119_IntroFactorsAffectRiskAD

         The next questions are about factors that possibly affect one's risk of
         Alzheimer's.
         
         Please tell me how important you believe each factor is in increasing one's
         chances of developing Alzheimer's disease.

         .................................................................................
          1812           1.  CONTINUE
             2           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             5           9.  RF (Refused)
         20215       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD3.V119_IntroFactorsAffectRiskAD 


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MV120                         STRESS INCREASES
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD3.V120_StressIncreasesRiskAD

         First, how about stress -- do you believe stress is very important, somewhat
         important, or not at all important in increasing a person's chances of getting
         Alzheimer's?

         .................................................................................
           470           1.  VERY IMPORTANT
           634           3.  SOMEWHAT IMPORTANT
           650           5.  NOT AT ALL IMPORTANT
            58           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             7           9.  RF (Refused)
         20215       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD3.V120_StressIncreasesRiskAD 


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MV121                         GENETICS INCREASES
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD3.V121_GeneticsIncreaseRiskAD

         How about genetics? (Do you believe genetics is very important, somewhat
         important, or not at all important in increasing a person's chances of getting
         Alzheimer's?)

         .................................................................................
           880           1.  VERY IMPORTANT
           696           3.  SOMEWHAT IMPORTANT
           185           5.  NOT AT ALL IMPORTANT
            52           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             6           9.  RF (Refused)
         20215       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD3.V121_GeneticsIncreaseRiskAD 


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MV124                         FACTORS LOWERING INTRO
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD3.V124_IntroFactorsLoweringRiskAD

         Now I will read some factors that possibly lower a person's chances of getting
         Alzheimer's. Please tell me how effective you believe each factor is in lowering
         one's chances of developing Alzheimer's

         .................................................................................
          1810           1.  CONTINUE
             3           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             6           9.  RF (Refused)
         20215       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD3.V124_IntroFactorsLoweringRiskAD 


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MV125                         PHYSICALLY ACTIVE LOWERS
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD3.V125_PhysicallyActiveLowersRiskAD

         First, keeping physically active -- do you believe keeping physically active is
         very effective, somewhat effective, or not at all effective in lowering a
         person's chances of getting Alzheimer's?

         .................................................................................
           827           1.  VERY EFFECTIVE
           741           3.  SOMEWHAT EFFECTIVE
           215           5.  NOT AT ALL EFFECTIVE
            29           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             7           9.  RF (Refused)
         20215       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD3.V125_PhysicallyActiveLowersRiskAD 


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MV126                         MENTALLY ACTIVE LOWERS
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD3.V126_MentallyActiveLowersRiskAD

         Keeping mentally active -- (do you believe keeping mentally active is very
         effective, somewhat effective, or not at all effective in lowering a person's
         chances of getting Alzheimer's?)

         .................................................................................
          1151           1.  VERY EFFECTIVE
           518           3.  SOMEWHAT EFFECTIVE
           122           5.  NOT AT ALL EFFECTIVE
            22           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             6           9.  RF (Refused)
         20215       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD3.V126_MentallyActiveLowersRiskAD 


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MV127                         EATING HEALTHY DIET LOWERS
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD3.V127_EatingHealthDietLowersRiskAD

         How about eating a healthy diet -- (do you believe eating a healthy diet is very
         effective, somewhat effective, or not at all effective in lowering a person's
         chances of getting Alzheimer's?)

         .................................................................................
           883           1.  VERY EFFECTIVE
           664           3.  SOMEWHAT EFFECTIVE
           236           5.  NOT AT ALL EFFECTIVE
            30           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             6           9.  RF (Refused)
         20215       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD3.V127_EatingHealthDietLowersRiskAD 


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MV128                         TAKING VITAMINS OR SUPPLEMENTS LOWERS
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD3.V128_TakingVitaminsLowers

         Taking vitamins or dietary supplements -- (do you believe taking vitamins or
         dietary supplements is very effective, somewhat effective, or not at all
         effective in lowering a person's chances of getting Alzheimer's?)

         .................................................................................
           431           1.  VERY EFFECTIVE
           855           3.  SOMEWHAT EFFECTIVE
           481           5.  NOT AT ALL EFFECTIVE
            46           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             6           9.  RF (Refused)
         20215       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         IF (((RVARS.Z145_TypeExit_V <> NEWPOSTEXIT) AND (RVARS.Z145_TypeExit_V <> 
         FIRSTREPEATPOST)) AND (RVARS.Z145_TypeExit_V <> SECREPEATPOST)) AND 
         (puSectionTracker = B) THEN 

         IF (ACTIVELANGUAGE <> EXTENG) AND (ACTIVELANGUAGE <> EXTSPN) THEN 

         IF SecV.V000_ModuleIntro = DOMODULES THEN 

         IF (((piRTab1X009AModule_V = MODULE4) AND (piSecAStartInterviewA009_SelfPrxy = 
         SLF)) THEN 


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MV151                         IF SMOKE OR FIRE DETECTOR IN HOME
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD4.V151_IfDetector

         These questions are about how prepared you are for a disaster that might happen
         in your neighborhood, such as an earthquake, fire, flood or other natural or
         man-made disasters. They refer to both you and other members of your household.
         
         First, do you have a smoke or fire detector in your residence?

         .................................................................................
          1784           1.  YES
           106           5.  NO
             2           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                         9.  RF (Refused)
         20142       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD4.V151_IfDetector 

         IF SecV.MOD4.V151_IfDetector = YES THEN 


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MV152                         IF TESTED SMOKE-FIRE DETECTOR
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD4.V152_IfTested

         Have you tested it in the last year to make sure that it works?

         .................................................................................
          1537           1.  YES
           239           5.  NO
             8           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                         9.  RF (Refused)
         20250       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD4.V151_IfDetector 


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MV153                         IF PARTICIPATED IN DISASTER PREP PROGRAM
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD4.V153_EdPrograms

         In the past few years, have you or other members of your household participated
         in any educational program such as a lecture or discussion, or read materials on
         how to prepare for disasters?

         .................................................................................
           710           1.  YES
          1178           5.  NO
             4           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                         9.  RF (Refused)
         20142       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD4.V153_EdPrograms 


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MV154                         IF HOUSEHOLD HAS DISASTER PLAN
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD4.V154_IfPlan

         Has anyone either in your household or someone close to you prepared a specific
         plan written or otherwise on what to do in case of a disaster, such as a fire,
         flood, tornado or earthquake?

         .................................................................................
           487           1.  YES
          1389           5.  NO
            15           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             1           9.  RF (Refused)
         20142       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD4.V154_IfPlan 


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MV155                         IF R KNOWS LOCATION OF A SHELTER
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD4.V155_ShelterLoc

         Do you know the specific location of a shelter in your community in case you
         have to leave your residence in a disaster?

         .................................................................................
           804           1.  YES
          1079           5.  NO
             7           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             2           9.  RF (Refused)
         20142       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD4.V155_ShelterLoc 


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MV156                         IF MEDICAL DEVICES NEEDING ELECTRICITY
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD4.V156_ElecDevices

         Do you or anyone in your household have any medical devices in your home that
         are important to health and that require electrical power to operate?

         .................................................................................
           287           1.  YES
          1603           5.  NO
             1           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             1           9.  RF (Refused)
         20142       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD4.V156_ElecDevices 


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MV157                         IF R HAS SUPPLIES FOR 3-DAY EMERGENCY
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD4.V157_Supplies

         Suppose a disaster occurred, and water, electricity, heat and air conditioning
         were not available. Do you have a set of supplies or a kit in your residence
         that could supply food, water and medical treatments so you could live in your
         home for at least three days?

         .................................................................................
          1131           1.  YES
           751           5.  NO
             8           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             2           9.  RF (Refused)
         20142       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD4.V157_Supplies 


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MV158                         IF REGISTERED FOR DISASTER HELP
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD4.V158_IfHelpProgr

         Are you or other members of your household registered with any community program
         or medical or other organization that would offer help to you in the event of a
         disaster?

         .................................................................................
           269           1.  YES
          1599           5.  NO
            23           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             1           9.  RF (Refused)
         20142       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD4.V158_IfHelpProgr 

         IF SecV.MOD4.V158_IfHelpProgr = NO THEN 


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MV159                         IF AWARE OF PROGRAMS ABOUT DISASTER HELP
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD4.V159_AwareProg

         Are you aware of any program or organized community organization that works to
         help prepare people for the possibility of disasters?

         .................................................................................
           438           1.  YES
          1155           5.  NO
             6           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                         9.  RF (Refused)
         20435       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD4.V158_IfHelpProgr 


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MV160                         IF ABILITY TO RECEIVE COMMUNICATIONS
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD4.V160_Communicatn

         If there were no power or telephones, would you have a way to receive
         communications about disasters in your residence, such as with a
         battery-operated radio?

         .................................................................................
          1357           1.  YES
           528           5.  NO
             6           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             1           9.  RF (Refused)
         20142       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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MV161                         IF ABLE TO MAKE QUICK EXIT IN EMERGENCY
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0

         If there were a fire in your residence, could you and each of the other members
         of your household exit the building immediately -- that is, within 30 seconds --
         without the help of another person?

         .................................................................................
          1704           1.  YES
           171           5.  NO
            16           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             1           9.  RF (Refused)
         20142       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD4.V161_Exit30Sec 

         IF SecV.MOD4.V161_Exit30Sec = NO THEN 


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MV162                         IF SLOW EXIT DUE TO MOBILITY OR HEALTH
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD4.V162_HlthProblem

         Is this because of a problem with your health or ability to move by yourself?

         .................................................................................
            87           1.  YES
            82           5.  NO
             2           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                         9.  RF (Refused)
         21863       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD4.V162_HlthProblem 

         IF SecV.MOD4.V162_HlthProblem = YES THEN 


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MV163M1                       REASONS FOR SLOW EXIT -1
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD4.V163_ExitReason[1]

         What is the reason for this?

         .................................................................................
            36           1.  NEED FOR A WALKER, WHEELCHAIR OR OTHER MOBILITY DEVICE
             9           2.  UNABLE TO EXIT, EVEN WITH A MOBILITY DEVICE
             3           3.  IMPAIRED VISION OR BLINDNESS
             1           4.  CONFUSED ABOUT WHERE TO GO
             5           5.  STAIRS MENTIONED
            31           7.  OTHER
             2           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                         9.  RF (Refused)
         21947       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD4.V162_HlthProblem 

         IF SecV.MOD4.V162_HlthProblem = YES THEN 


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MV163M2                       REASONS FOR SLOW EXIT -2
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD4.V163_ExitReason[2]

         What is the reason for this?

         .................................................................................
             1           1.  NEED FOR A WALKER, WHEELCHAIR OR OTHER MOBILITY DEVICE
             3           2.  UNABLE TO EXIT, EVEN WITH A MOBILITY DEVICE
                         3.  IMPAIRED VISION OR BLINDNESS
                         4.  CONFUSED ABOUT WHERE TO GO
             3           5.  STAIRS MENTIONED
             8           7.  OTHER
                         8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                         9.  RF (Refused)
         22019       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD4.V162_HlthProblem 

         IF SecV.MOD4.V162_HlthProblem = YES THEN 


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MV163M3                       REASONS FOR SLOW EXIT -3
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD4.V163_ExitReason[3]

         What is the reason for this?

         .................................................................................
                         1.  NEED FOR A WALKER, WHEELCHAIR OR OTHER MOBILITY DEVICE
                         2.  UNABLE TO EXIT, EVEN WITH A MOBILITY DEVICE
             1           3.  IMPAIRED VISION OR BLINDNESS
                         4.  CONFUSED ABOUT WHERE TO GO
             1           5.  STAIRS MENTIONED
                         7.  OTHER
                         8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                         9.  RF (Refused)
         22032       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD4.V161_Exit30Sec 


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MV164                         IF MORE THAN ONE EXIT TO RESIDENCE
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD4.V164_IfExit

         In the event of a disaster, if the main entrance door to your building were
         blocked, is there another way for you to exit your residence immediately?

         .................................................................................
          1816           1.  YES
            74           5.  NO
             1           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             1           9.  RF (Refused)
         20142       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD4.V164_IfExit 


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MV165                         IF PERSONS WHO COULD HELP IN DISASTER
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD4.V165_IfHelp

         Are there persons whom you know who live within 50 miles of your residence, who
         would help you and provide transportation and shelter in the event of a disaster
         that prevented you from living in your house?

         .................................................................................
          1732           1.  YES
           154           5.  NO
             5           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             1           9.  RF (Refused)
         20142       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD4.V165_IfHelp 


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MV166                         IF DR HAS TALKED ABOUT EMERGENCY PLANS
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 4   Decimals: 2
         Ref: SecV.MOD4.V166_DrAdvice

         Has a doctor or other health professional talked to you about what to do in the
         event of a natural disaster?

         .................................................................................
           156           1.  YES
          1735           5.  NO
                         8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             1           9.  RF (Refused)
         20142       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD4.V166_DrAdvice 


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MV167                         IF R HAS HELPED OTHERS IN DISASTER
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD4.V167_IfRHelps

         Have you helped or offered to help other persons in the event of a disaster?

         .................................................................................
           738           1.  YES
          1147           5.  NO
             6           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             1           9.  RF (Refused)
         20142       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD4.V167_IfRHelps 


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MV168                         IF HEARING LOSS PREVENTS HEARING WARNING
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD4.V168_IfHearing

         Does a hearing impairment make it difficult for you to hear warning sirens while
         you are in your house?

         .................................................................................
           120           1.  YES
          1767           5.  NO
             4           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             1           9.  RF (Refused)
         20142       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD4.V168_IfHearing 


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MV169                         IF NATURAL GAS USED IN RS RESIDENCE
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD4.V169_NatlGas

         Is there natural gas used in your residence?

         .................................................................................
          1130           1.  YES
           753           5.  NO
             8           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             1           9.  RF (Refused)
         20142       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD4.V169_NatlGas 

         IF SecV.MOD4.V169_NatlGas = YES THEN 


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MV170                         IF R KNOWS HOW TO TURN OFF GAS SUPPLY
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD4.V170_GasOff

         Do you know how to turn main gas supply off in the event of an emergency?

         .................................................................................
           738           1.  YES
           387           5.  NO
             5           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                         9.  RF (Refused)
         20904       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD4.V169_NatlGas 


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MV171                         IF HH RESIDENT HAS CAR AND DRIVES
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD4.V171_DriveCar

         Does anyone in your household have a car they are able to drive?

         .................................................................................
          1719           1.  YES
           171           5.  NO
             1           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             1           9.  RF (Refused)
         20142       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD4.V171_DriveCar 

         IF SecV.MOD4.V171_DriveCar = NO THEN 


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MV172                         IF TRANSPORTATION TO EVACUATE
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD4.V172_Transportation

         Do you have a source of transportation to leave your neighborhood within a
         matter of hours in the event of a necessary evacuation of your home?

         .................................................................................
           122           1.  YES
            46           5.  NO
             3           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                         9.  RF (Refused)
         21863       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         IF (((RVARS.Z145_TypeExit_V <> NEWPOSTEXIT) AND (RVARS.Z145_TypeExit_V <> 
         FIRSTREPEATPOST)) AND (RVARS.Z145_TypeExit_V <> SECREPEATPOST)) AND 
         (puSectionTracker = B) THEN 

         IF (ACTIVELANGUAGE <> EXTENG) AND (ACTIVELANGUAGE <> EXTSPN) THEN 

         IF SecV.V000_ModuleIntro = DOMODULES THEN 

         IF (((piRTab1X009AModule_V = MODULE5) AND (piSecAStartInterviewA009_SelfPrxy = 
         SLF)) THEN 


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MV201                         NEW IDEAS AND PROJECTS DISTRACT
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD5.V201_Distract

         I'm going to read a series of statements and, for each one, I'd like you to tell
         me how much the statement reflects how you typically are.
         
         The first one is -- new ideas and new projects sometimes distract me from
         previous ones. Would you say this is very much like you, mostly like you,
         somewhat like you, not much like you, or not like you at all?

         .................................................................................
           141           1.  VERY MUCH LIKE ME
           193           2.  MOSTLY LIKE ME
           743           3.  SOMEWHAT LIKE ME
           397           4.  NOT MUCH AT ALL LIKE ME
           323           5.  NOT LIKE ME AT ALL
            16           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             4           9.  RF (Refused)
         20217       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD5.V201_Distract 


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MV202                         OBSESSED BUT LOSE INTEREST
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD5.V202_LoseInt

         I get obsessed with a certain idea or project for a short time but later lose
         interest. (Would you say this is very much like you, mostly like you, somewhat
         like you, not much like you, or not like you at all?)

         .................................................................................
           117           1.  VERY MUCH LIKE ME
           137           2.  MOSTLY LIKE ME
           505           3.  SOMEWHAT LIKE ME
           527           4.  NOT MUCH AT ALL LIKE ME
           520           5.  NOT LIKE ME AT ALL
             9           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             2           9.  RF (Refused)
         20217       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD5.V202_LoseInt 


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MV203                         SET GOAL BUT PURSUE DIFFERENT ONE
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD5.V203_GoalChange

         I often set a goal but later choose to pursue a different one. (Would you say
         this is very much like you, mostly like you, somewhat like you, not much like
         you, or not like you at all?)

         .................................................................................
           101           1.  VERY MUCH LIKE ME
           145           2.  MOSTLY LIKE ME
           510           3.  SOMEWHAT LIKE ME
           533           4.  NOT MUCH AT ALL LIKE ME
           515           5.  NOT LIKE ME AT ALL
            12           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             1           9.  RF (Refused)
         20217       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD5.V203_GoalChange 


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MV204                         MAINTAIN FOCUS ON LONG PROJECTS
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD5.V204_Maintain

         I have difficulty maintaining my focus on projects that take more than a few
         months to complete. (Would you say this is very much like you, mostly like you,
         somewhat like you, not much like you, or not like you at all?)

         .................................................................................
           193           1.  VERY MUCH LIKE ME
           131           2.  MOSTLY LIKE ME
           437           3.  SOMEWHAT LIKE ME
           473           4.  NOT MUCH AT ALL LIKE ME
           571           5.  NOT LIKE ME AT ALL
            11           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             1           9.  RF (Refused)
         20217       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD5.V204_Maintain 


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MV205                         PERSISTENT
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD5.V205_Persistent

         I am persistent. (Would you say this is very much like you, mostly like you,
         somewhat like you, not much like you, or not like you at all?)

         .................................................................................
           734           1.  VERY MUCH LIKE ME
           395           2.  MOSTLY LIKE ME
           462           3.  SOMEWHAT LIKE ME
           102           4.  NOT MUCH AT ALL LIKE ME
           112           5.  NOT LIKE ME AT ALL
            10           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             2           9.  RF (Refused)
         20217       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD5.V205_Persistent 


         - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
MV206                         WISH FOR MORE SELF-DISCIPLINE
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD5.V206_SelfDisciplin

         I wish I had more self-discipline. (Would you say this is very much like you,
         mostly like you, somewhat like you, not much like you, or not like you at all?)

         .................................................................................
           335           1.  VERY MUCH LIKE ME
           253           2.  MOSTLY LIKE ME
           554           3.  SOMEWHAT LIKE ME
           283           4.  NOT MUCH AT ALL LIKE ME
           378           5.  NOT LIKE ME AT ALL
             9           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             5           9.  RF (Refused)
         20217       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD5.V206_SelfDisciplin 


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MV207                         GOOD AT RESISTING TEMPTATION
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD5.V207_Temptation

         I am good at resisting temptation. (Would you say this is very much like you,
         mostly like you, somewhat like you, not much like you, or not like you at all?)

         .................................................................................
           538           1.  VERY MUCH LIKE ME
           392           2.  MOSTLY LIKE ME
           561           3.  SOMEWHAT LIKE ME
           140           4.  NOT MUCH AT ALL LIKE ME
           171           5.  NOT LIKE ME AT ALL
            11           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             4           9.  RF (Refused)
         20217       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD5.V207_Temptation 


         - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
MV208                         CANT STOP FROM DOING WRONG
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD5.V208_DoingWrong

         Sometimes I can't stop myself from doing something, even if I know it's wrong.
         (Would you say this is very much like you, mostly like you, somewhat like you,
         not much like you, or not like you at all?)

         .................................................................................
            90           1.  VERY MUCH LIKE ME
            75           2.  MOSTLY LIKE ME
           313           3.  SOMEWHAT LIKE ME
           509           4.  NOT MUCH AT ALL LIKE ME
           815           5.  NOT LIKE ME AT ALL
            11           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             4           9.  RF (Refused)
         20217       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD5.V208_DoingWrong 


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MV209                         CONSUME MORE FOOD THAN I SHOULD
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD5.V209_ConsumeFood

         For the next questions, please tell me how often you do each of the following:
         the first one is -- consume more food than you should. Would you say you do this
         very often, often, sometimes, rarely, or never?

         .................................................................................
           153           1.  VERY OFTEN
           260           2.  OFTEN
           681           3.  SOMETIMES
           506           4.  RARELY
           207           5.  NEVER
             5           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             5           9.  RF (Refused)
         20217       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD5.V209_ConsumeFood 


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MV210                         SPEND TOO MUCH MONEY
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD5.V210_Spend

         Spend too much money? (Would you say you do this very often, often, sometimes,
         rarely, or never?)

         .................................................................................
            77           1.  VERY OFTEN
           144           2.  OFTEN
           604           3.  SOMETIMES
           704           4.  RARELY
           277           5.  NEVER
             3           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             8           9.  RF (Refused)
         20217       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD5.V210_Spend 


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MV211                         SNACK ON JUNK FOOD
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD5.V211_Snack

         Snack on junk food? (Would you say you do this very often, often, sometimes,
         rarely, or never?)

         .................................................................................
           129           1.  VERY OFTEN
           280           2.  OFTEN
           652           3.  SOMETIMES
           548           4.  RARELY
           202           5.  NEVER
             2           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             4           9.  RF (Refused)
         20217       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD5.V211_Snack 


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MV212                         AVOID PHYSICAL EXERCISE
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD5.V212_Exercise

         Avoid physical exercise? (Would you say you do this very often, often,
         sometimes, rarely, or never?)

         .................................................................................
           188           1.  VERY OFTEN
           264           2.  OFTEN
           659           3.  SOMETIMES
           400           4.  RARELY
           286           5.  NEVER
            12           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             8           9.  RF (Refused)
         20217       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD5.V212_Exercise 


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MV213                         HOLD A GRUDGE
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD5.V213_Grudge

         Hold a Grudge? Would you say you do this very often, often, sometimes, rarely,
         or never?

         .................................................................................
            62           1.  VERY OFTEN
            78           2.  OFTEN
           402           3.  SOMETIMES
           704           4.  RARELY
           560           5.  NEVER
             7           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             4           9.  RF (Refused)
         20217       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD5.V213_Grudge 


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MV214                         AVOID WORKING OUT
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD5.V214_Workout

         Avoid working out -- for example, walking jogging, or going to the gym? (Would
         you say you do this very often, often, sometimes, rarely, or never?)

         .................................................................................
           234           1.  VERY OFTEN
           244           2.  OFTEN
           514           3.  SOMETIMES
           450           4.  RARELY
           350           5.  NEVER
            15           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
            10           9.  RF (Refused)
         20217       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD5.V214_Workout 


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MV215                         LOSE MY TEMPER
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD5.V215_Temper

         Lose your temper? (Would you say you do this very often, often, sometimes,
         rarely, or never?)

         .................................................................................
            57           1.  VERY OFTEN
            89           2.  OFTEN
           631           3.  SOMETIMES
           821           4.  RARELY
           213           5.  NEVER
             2           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             4           9.  RF (Refused)
         20217       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD5.V215_Temper 


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MV216                         EAT CHIPS AND OTHER SALTY SNACKS
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD5.V216_SaltyFood

         Eat chips and other salty snacks? (Would you say you do this very often, often,
         sometimes, rarely, or never?)

         .................................................................................
           115           1.  VERY OFTEN
           288           2.  OFTEN
           668           3.  SOMETIMES
           544           4.  RARELY
           196           5.  NEVER
             2           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             4           9.  RF (Refused)
         20217       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD5.V216_SaltyFood 


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MV217                         BUY THINGS ON IMPULSE
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD5.V217_BuyImpulse

         Buy things on impulse? (Would you say you do this very often, often, sometimes,
         rarely, or never?)

         .................................................................................
            51           1.  VERY OFTEN
           106           2.  OFTEN
           498           3.  SOMETIMES
           747           4.  RARELY
           403           5.  NEVER
             7           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             5           9.  RF (Refused)
         20217       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD5.V217_BuyImpulse 


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MV218                         REMAIN PHYSICALLY INACTIVE
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD5.V218_Inactive

         Remain physically inactive? (Would you say you do this very often, often,
         sometimes, rarely, or never?)

         .................................................................................
           140           1.  VERY OFTEN
           200           2.  OFTEN
           478           3.  SOMETIMES
           618           4.  RARELY
           363           5.  NEVER
            11           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             7           9.  RF (Refused)
         20217       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD5.V218_Inactive 


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MV219                         BUY THINGS I HADN'T PLANNED TO BUY
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD5.V219_NoPlanBuy

         Buy things you hadn't planned to buy? (Would you say you do this very often,
         often, sometimes, rarely, or never?)

         .................................................................................
            58           1.  VERY OFTEN
           122           2.  OFTEN
           590           3.  SOMETIMES
           747           4.  RARELY
           289           5.  NEVER
             5           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             6           9.  RF (Refused)
         20217       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD5.V219_NoPlanBuy 


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MV220                         INTERRUPT PEOPLE WHEN TALKING
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD5.V220_Interrupt

         Interrupt people when they are talking? (Would you say you do this very often,
         often, sometimes, rarely, or never?)

         .................................................................................
            60           1.  VERY OFTEN
           153           2.  OFTEN
           647           3.  SOMETIMES
           619           4.  RARELY
           332           5.  NEVER
             2           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             4           9.  RF (Refused)
         20217       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD5.V220_Interrupt 


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MV221                         STAY SEDENTARY
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD5.V221_Sedentary

         Stay sedentary? (Would you say you do this very often, often, sometimes, rarely,
         or never?)

         .................................................................................
            95           1.  VERY OFTEN
           160           2.  OFTEN
           408           3.  SOMETIMES
           597           4.  RARELY
           328           5.  NEVER
           216           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
            13           9.  RF (Refused)
         20217       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD5.V221_Sedentary 


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MV222                         EAT CANDY
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD5.V222_Candy

         Eat candy? (Would you say you do this very often, often, sometimes, rarely, or
         never?)

         .................................................................................
           121           1.  VERY OFTEN
           268           2.  OFTEN
           692           3.  SOMETIMES
           583           4.  RARELY
           145           5.  NEVER
             4           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             4           9.  RF (Refused)
         20217       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD5.V222_Candy 


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MV223                         COMPLAIN ABOUT MY PROBLEMS
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD5.V223_Complain

         Complain about your problems? (Would you say you do this very often, often,
         sometimes, rarely, or never?)

         .................................................................................
            52           1.  VERY OFTEN
           131           2.  OFTEN
           620           3.  SOMETIMES
           753           4.  RARELY
           255           5.  NEVER
             2           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             4           9.  RF (Refused)
         20217       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD5.V223_Complain 


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MV224                         BUY THINGS I DON'T REALLY NEED
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD5.V224_NoNeed

         Buy things you don't really need? (Would you say you do this very often, often,
         sometimes, rarely, or never?)

         .................................................................................
            36           1.  VERY OFTEN
            79           2.  OFTEN
           462           3.  SOMETIMES
           823           4.  RARELY
           411           5.  NEVER
             2           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             4           9.  RF (Refused)
         20217       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         IF (((RVARS.Z145_TypeExit_V <> NEWPOSTEXIT) AND (RVARS.Z145_TypeExit_V <> 
         FIRSTREPEATPOST)) AND (RVARS.Z145_TypeExit_V <> SECREPEATPOST)) AND 
         (puSectionTracker = B) THEN 

         IF (ACTIVELANGUAGE <> EXTENG) AND (ACTIVELANGUAGE <> EXTSPN) THEN 

         IF SecV.V000_ModuleIntro = DOMODULES THEN 

         IF (((piRTab1X009AModule_V = MODULE6) AND (piSecAStartInterviewA009_SelfPrxy = 
         SLF)) THEN 


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MV251                         IF PAIN EPISODE OF 1 WEEK OR LONGER
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD6.V251_IfPain

         Many people experience pain. During the past year, have you experienced pain
         that lasted for one week or longer?

         .................................................................................
           778           1.  YES
          1147           5.  NO
             1           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                         9.  RF (Refused)
         20108       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD6.V251_IfPain 

         IF (SecV.MOD6.V251_IfPain = YES) OR (SecV.MOD6.V251_IfPain = DONTKNOW) THEN 


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MV253                         MODULE6-PAIN-INTRO
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD6.V253_Intro

         If you have had more than one week-long or longer episode of pain in the past
         year, please think about the one that was most severe. The remaining questions
         will be about that episode of pain.

         .................................................................................
           779           1.  CONTINUE
                         8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                         9.  RF (Refused)
         21255       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD6.V253_Intro 


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MV254                         LENGTH OF MOST SEVERE PAIN EPISODE
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD6.V254_length

         About how long did that episode of pain last? Would you say less than 1 month, 2
         to 3 months, 4 to 6 months, 7 months to 1 year, or more than 1 year?

         .................................................................................
           304           1.  LESS THAN 1 MONTH
           146           2.  2 TO 3 MONTHS
            57           3.  4 TO 6 MONTHS
            49           4.  7 MONTHS TO 1 YEAR
           218           5.  MORE THAN 1 YEAR
             5           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                         9.  RF (Refused)
         21255       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD6.V254_length 


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MV256M1                       MAIN CAUSE OF PAIN -1
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD6.V256_Cause[1]

         There are many different causes of pain. What was the main cause of that pain
         episode?
         
         Were there any other causes?
         
         IWER: If the respondent starts talking about other pain episodes, bring their
         focus back onto the most severe week-long or longer episode.
         
         Check all that apply.

         .................................................................................
           170           1.  ACCIDENT OR INJURY
           347           2.  ILLNESS, ORGANIC OR DEGENERATIVE DISORDER (E.G. ARTHRITIS,
                             OSTEOPOROSIS)
            65           3.  SURGERY
            10           4.  MEDICAL TREATMENT (CHEMOTHERAPY OR RADIATION THERAPY)
             7           5.  CANCER
           155           7.  OTHER
            24           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             1           9.  RF (Refused)
         21255       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD6.V254_length 


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MV256M2                       MAIN CAUSE OF PAIN -2
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD6.V256_Cause[2]

         There are many different causes of pain. What was the main cause of that pain
         episode?
         
         Were there any other causes?
         
         IWER: If the respondent starts talking about other pain episodes, bring their
         focus back onto the most severe week-long or longer episode.
         
         Check all that apply.

         .................................................................................
             6           1.  ACCIDENT OR INJURY
            21           2.  ILLNESS, ORGANIC OR DEGENERATIVE DISORDER (E.G. ARTHRITIS,
                             OSTEOPOROSIS)
            17           3.  SURGERY
             1           4.  MEDICAL TREATMENT (CHEMOTHERAPY OR RADIATION THERAPY)
             3           5.  CANCER
            42           7.  OTHER
                         8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                         9.  RF (Refused)
         21944       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD6.V254_length 


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MV256M3                       MAIN CAUSE OF PAIN -3
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD6.V256_Cause[3]

         There are many different causes of pain. What was the main cause of that pain
         episode?
         
         Were there any other causes?
         
         IWER: If the respondent starts talking about other pain episodes, bring their
         focus back onto the most severe week-long or longer episode.
         
         Check all that apply.

         .................................................................................
             1           1.  ACCIDENT OR INJURY
             1           2.  ILLNESS, ORGANIC OR DEGENERATIVE DISORDER (E.G. ARTHRITIS,
                             OSTEOPOROSIS)
             1           3.  SURGERY
             1           4.  MEDICAL TREATMENT (CHEMOTHERAPY OR RADIATION THERAPY)
                         5.  CANCER
             5           7.  OTHER
                         8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                         9.  RF (Refused)
         22025       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD6.V254_length 


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MV256M4                       MAIN CAUSE OF PAIN -4
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD6.V256_Cause[4]

         There are many different causes of pain. What was the main cause of that pain
         episode?
         
         Were there any other causes?
         
         IWER: If the respondent starts talking about other pain episodes, bring their
         focus back onto the most severe week-long or longer episode.
         
         Check all that apply.

         .................................................................................
                         1.  ACCIDENT OR INJURY
                         2.  ILLNESS, ORGANIC OR DEGENERATIVE DISORDER (E.G. ARTHRITIS,
                             OSTEOPOROSIS)
                         3.  SURGERY
                         4.  MEDICAL TREATMENT (CHEMOTHERAPY OR RADIATION THERAPY)
                         5.  CANCER
                         7.  OTHER
                         8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                         9.  RF (Refused)
         22034       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD6.V256_Cause 


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MV257                         IF PAIN CONSTANT
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD6.V257_Constant

         During that episode of pain, did you experience pain nearly all the time?

         .................................................................................
           596           1.  YES
           183           5.  NO
                         8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                         9.  RF (Refused)
         21255       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD6.V257_Constant 


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MV258                         IF PAIN FLARES
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD6.V258_Flares

         During that episode of pain, did you have pain flare-ups when normally you had
         no pain or milder pain?

         .................................................................................
           567           1.  YES
           199           5.  NO
            13           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                         9.  RF (Refused)
         21255       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD6.V258_Flares 


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MV259                         0 TO 10 RATING OF WORST PAIN
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 2   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD6.V259_RateWorst

         We are interested in how much pain you were in during that episode of pain.
         
         Think of a scale from 0 to 10, where 0 is no pain and 10 is the worst pain you
         can imagine. When you were experiencing that pain episode, how would you rate
         your pain at its worst?
         
         (0--1---2---3---4---5---6---7---8---9---10)
         
         
         0 No Pain
         
         10 Pain as bad as you can imagine

         .................................................................................

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              N      Min         Max          Mean            SD    Miss
            773        0          10          7.62          2.08   21255
         -----------------------------------------------------------------
             5          98.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             1          99.  RF (Refused)


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD6.V259_RateWorst 


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MV260                         0 TO 10 RATING OF LEAST PAIN
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 2   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD6.V260_RateLeast

         Using the same 0 to 10 scale, (where 0 is no pain and 10 is the worst pain you
         can imagine) how would you rate your pain at its least?
         
         
         (0--1---2---3---4---5---6---7---8---9---10)
         
         
         0 No Pain
         
         10 Pain as bad as you can imagine

         .................................................................................

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              N      Min         Max          Mean            SD    Miss
            770        0          10          3.51          2.35   21255
         -----------------------------------------------------------------
             8          98.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             1          99.  RF (Refused)


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD6.V260_RateLeast 


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MV261                         0 TO 10 RATING OF AVERAGE PAIN
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 2   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD6.V261_RateAvrg

         (Using the same 0 to 10 scale) how would you rate your pain on average?
         
         (0--1---2---3---4---5---6---7---8---9---10)
         
         0 No Pain
         
         10 Pain as bad as you can imagine

         .................................................................................

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              N      Min         Max          Mean            SD    Miss
            770        0          10          5.24          2.17   21255
         -----------------------------------------------------------------
             9          98.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                        99.  RF (Refused)


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD6.V261_RateAvrg 


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MV263                         0 TO 10 RATING OF IMPACT ON FAMILY-HOME
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 2   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD6.V263_Home

         Again, think about that most severe episode of pain. We want to know how much
         that pain prevented you from doing your normal, everyday activities. Your rating
         should reflect the overall impact of your pain episode, not just when the pain
         was at its worst.
         
         First, on a scale of 0 to 10, where 0 is no disability, and 10 is total
         disability, overall how did that pain affect your family and home
         responsibilities, such as chores and duties performed around the house and yard,
         or errands or favors for other family members?
         
         (0---1---2---3---4---5---6---7---8---9---10)
         
         0 No Disability
         
         10 Total Disability

         .................................................................................

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              N      Min         Max          Mean            SD    Miss
            769        0          10          5.71          3.28   21255
         -----------------------------------------------------------------
             7          98.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             3          99.  RF (Refused)


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD6.V263_Home 


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MV264                         0 TO 10 RATING OF IMPACT ON RECREATION
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 2   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD6.V264_Recreation

         On the same 0 to 10 scale, (where 0 is no disability, and 10 is total
         disability,) how did that pain affect your recreation activities?
         
         Def: This category includes hobbies, sports, and other similar leisure time
         activities.
         
         (0---1---2---3---4---5---6---7---8---9---10)
         
         0 No Disability
         
         10 Total Disability

         .................................................................................

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              N      Min         Max          Mean            SD    Miss
            768        0          10          6.52          3.41   21255
         -----------------------------------------------------------------
             8          98.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             3          99.  RF (Refused)


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD6.V264_Recreation 


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MV265                         0 TO 10 RATING OF IMPACT ON SOCIAL
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 2   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD6.V265_Social

         (On the same 0 to 10 scale), how did that pain affect your social activities?
         
         Def: This refers to activities which involve participation with friends and
         acquaintances other than family members. It includes parties, theaters,
         concerts, dining out, and other social functions.
         
         (0---1---2---3---4---5---6---7---8---9---10)
         
         0 No Disability
         
         10 Total Disability

         .................................................................................

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              N      Min         Max          Mean            SD    Miss
            766        0          10          5.64          3.70   21255
         -----------------------------------------------------------------
             9          98.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             4          99.  RF (Refused)


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD6.V265_Social 


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MV266                         0 TO 10 RATING OF IMPACT ON WORK
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 2   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD6.V266_Work

         (On the same 0 to 10 scale, how did that pain affect) your occupation, or your
         ability to do paid and non-paid work both in and outside the home?
         
         (0---1---2---3---4---5---6---7---8---9---10)
         
         0 No Disability
         
         10 Total Disability

         .................................................................................

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              N      Min         Max          Mean            SD    Miss
            754        0          10          5.45          3.97   21255
         -----------------------------------------------------------------
            18          98.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             7          99.  RF (Refused)


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD6.V266_Work 


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MV267                         0 TO 10 RATING OF IMPACT ON SEX LIFE
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 2   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD6.V267_Sexual

         (On the same 0 to 10 scale, how did that pain affect) your sexual behavior?
         
         Def: This category refers to the frequency and quality of your sex life.
         
         (0---1---2---3---4---5---6---7---8---9---10)
         
         0 No Disability
         
         10 Total Disability

         .................................................................................

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              N      Min         Max          Mean            SD    Miss
            719        0          10          4.91          4.34   21255
         -----------------------------------------------------------------
            37          98.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
            23          99.  RF (Refused)


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD6.V267_Sexual 


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MV268                         0 TO10 RATING OF IMPACT ON BASIC ADLS
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 2   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD6.V268_BasicADL

         (On the same 0 to 10 scale, how did that pain affect) your ability to do the
         basic things for yourself such as taking a shower, fixing a meal, getting
         dressed, or driving?
         
         (0---1---2---3---4---5---6---7---8---9---10)
         
         0 No Disability
         
         10 Total Disability

         .................................................................................

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              N      Min         Max          Mean            SD    Miss
            765        0          10          4.37          3.63   21255
         -----------------------------------------------------------------
             9          98.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             5          99.  RF (Refused)


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD6.V268_BasicADL 


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MV269                         0 TO 10 RATING OF IMPACT ON ESSENTIAL
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 2   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD6.V269_Essential

         (On the same 0 to 10 scale, how did that pain affect) your ability to do
         essential activities, like eating, sleeping or breathing?
         
         (0---1---2---3---4---5---6---7---8---9---10)
         
         0 No Disability
         
         10 Total Disability

         .................................................................................

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              N      Min         Max          Mean            SD    Miss
            760        0          10          3.37          3.43   21255
         -----------------------------------------------------------------
            13          98.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             6          99.  RF (Refused)


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD6.V269_Essential 


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MV271                         IF DIFFICULTY SLEEPING DUE TO PAIN
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD6.V271_Sleeping

         There are many different ways that pain causes difficulties for people. (Again,
         please think about your most severe episode of pain.)
         
         Due to your pain, did you have difficulty falling or staying asleep?

         .................................................................................
           533           1.  YES
           242           5.  NO
             1           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             3           9.  RF (Refused)
         21255       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD6.V271_Sleeping 


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MV273                         IF INTERFERED WITH PAYING FOR NEEDS
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD6.V273_ExtremeFin

         (Due to your pain,) did you have financial difficulty such that it interfered
         with your ability to pay for things you need?

         .................................................................................
           138           1.  YES
           636           5.  NO
                         8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             5           9.  RF (Refused)
         21255       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD6.V273_ExtremeFin 


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MV274                         TAKE OVER-THE-COUNTER MEDS DUE TO PAIN
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD6.V274_CountrMeds

         There are many different ways to manage and reduce pain.  During that pain
         episode, did you do any of the following to reduce or manage your pain?
         
         (Did you) take over-the-counter medicines like aspirin, tylenol or ibuprofen?

         .................................................................................
           551           1.  YES
           223           5.  NO
             2           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             3           9.  RF (Refused)
         21255       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD6.V274_CountrMeds 


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MV275                         GO TO DOCTOR DUE TO PAIN
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD6.V275_Doctor

         (Did you) go to your regular physician or health provider for your pain?

         .................................................................................
           572           1.  YES
           205           5.  NO
                         8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             2           9.  RF (Refused)
         21255       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD6.V275_Doctor 


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MV276                         TRY ALTERNATIVE THERAPIES DUE TO PAIN
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD6.V276_Alternative

         (Did you) try massage, acupuncture, chiropractic, or other alternative
         therapies?

         .................................................................................
           282           1.  YES
           494           5.  NO
             1           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             2           9.  RF (Refused)
         21255       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD6.V276_Alternative 


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MV277                         GO TO EMERGENCY ROOM DUE TO PAIN
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD6.V277_GoToER

         (Did you) go to an emergency room because of pain?

         .................................................................................
           181           1.  YES
           596           5.  NO
                         8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             2           9.  RF (Refused)
         21255       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD6.V277_GoToER 


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MV280                         TAKE PRESCRIPTION MEDS DUE TO PAIN
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD6.V280_Prescription

         (Did you) take prescription pain medications?

         .................................................................................
           512           1.  YES
           264           5.  NO
             1           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             2           9.  RF (Refused)
         21255       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD6.V280_Prescription 

         IF SecV.MOD6.V280_Prescription = YES THEN 


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MV282                         IF DIFFICULT TO FILL PRESCRIPTION FOR P
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD6.V282_ProblemFill

         Did you experience any difficulty getting your prescription pain medication
         filled?

         .................................................................................
            34           1.  YES
           478           5.  NO
                         8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                         9.  RF (Refused)
         21522       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD6.V280_Prescription 


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MV283                         CLOSING STATEMENT FOR RS SKIPPED OUT
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD6.V283_Closing

         Thank you very much for your willingness to answer these questions. For this
         part of our research we are only interested in pain episodes that have lasted a
         week or longer.

         .................................................................................
          1147           1.  CONTINUE
                         8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                         9.  RF (Refused)
         20887       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         IF (((RVARS.Z145_TypeExit_V <> NEWPOSTEXIT) AND (RVARS.Z145_TypeExit_V <> 
         FIRSTREPEATPOST)) AND (RVARS.Z145_TypeExit_V <> SECREPEATPOST)) AND 
         (puSectionTracker = B) THEN 

         IF (ACTIVELANGUAGE <> EXTENG) AND (ACTIVELANGUAGE <> EXTSPN) THEN 

         IF SecV.V000_ModuleIntro = DOMODULES THEN 

         IF (((piRTab1X009AModule_V = MODULE7) AND (piSecAStartInterviewA009_SelfPrxy = 
         SLF)) THEN 


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MV331                         NUMBER OF CREDIT CARDS
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 3   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD7.V331_NumCCards

         How many credit cards do you (and your husband/wife/partner) currently have?
         Please include store and gas station credit cards but not debit only cards.
         
         Number of credit cards

         .................................................................................

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              N      Min         Max          Mean            SD    Miss
           1744        0          40          2.89          3.36   20244
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            22         998.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
            24         999.  RF (Refused)


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD7.V331_NumCCards 

         IF (SecV.MOD7.V331_NumCCards <> DONTKNOW) AND (SecV.MOD7.V331_NumCCards <> 
         REFUSAL) THEN 

         IF SecV.MOD7.V331_NumCCards = 0 THEN 


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MV332M1                       REASONS R DOES NOT HAVE CREDIT CARDS -1
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD7.V332_ReasonNone[1]

         What are some of the reasons you do not have credit cards?
         
         Check all that apply.

         .................................................................................
            18           1.  R WAS TURNED DOWN WHEN HE/SHE APPLIED FOR A CREDIT CARD.
             9           2.  THE CREDIT CARD COMPANY TERMINATED THE CARD.
           133           3.  R DOES NOT WANT TO DEAL WITH CREDIT CARDS.
            83           4.  R DOES NOT LIKE TO BORROW ON CREDIT CARDS.
           208           5.  OTHER REASONS
             2           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             1           9.  RF (Refused)
         21580       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD7.V331_NumCCards 

         IF (SecV.MOD7.V331_NumCCards <> DONTKNOW) AND (SecV.MOD7.V331_NumCCards <> 
         REFUSAL) THEN 

         IF SecV.MOD7.V331_NumCCards = 0 THEN 


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MV332M2                       REASONS R DOES NOT HAVE CREDIT CARDS -2
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD7.V332_ReasonNone[2]

         What are some of the reasons you do not have credit cards?
         
         Check all that apply.

         .................................................................................
             3           1.  R WAS TURNED DOWN WHEN HE/SHE APPLIED FOR A CREDIT CARD.
                         2.  THE CREDIT CARD COMPANY TERMINATED THE CARD.
            16           3.  R DOES NOT WANT TO DEAL WITH CREDIT CARDS.
            29           4.  R DOES NOT LIKE TO BORROW ON CREDIT CARDS.
            26           5.  OTHER REASONS
                         8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                         9.  RF (Refused)
         21960       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD7.V331_NumCCards 

         IF (SecV.MOD7.V331_NumCCards <> DONTKNOW) AND (SecV.MOD7.V331_NumCCards <> 
         REFUSAL) THEN 

         IF SecV.MOD7.V331_NumCCards = 0 THEN 


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MV332M3                       REASONS R DOES NOT HAVE CREDIT CARDS -3
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD7.V332_ReasonNone[3]

         What are some of the reasons you do not have credit cards?
         
         Check all that apply.

         .................................................................................
                         1.  R WAS TURNED DOWN WHEN HE/SHE APPLIED FOR A CREDIT CARD.
                         2.  THE CREDIT CARD COMPANY TERMINATED THE CARD.
             2           3.  R DOES NOT WANT TO DEAL WITH CREDIT CARDS.
             2           4.  R DOES NOT LIKE TO BORROW ON CREDIT CARDS.
             5           5.  OTHER REASONS
                         8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                         9.  RF (Refused)
         22025       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD7.V331_NumCCards 

         IF (SecV.MOD7.V331_NumCCards <> DONTKNOW) AND (SecV.MOD7.V331_NumCCards <> 
         REFUSAL) THEN 

         IF SecV.MOD7.V331_NumCCards = 0 THEN 


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MV332M4                       REASONS R DOES NOT HAVE CREDIT CARDS -4
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD7.V332_ReasonNone[4]

         What are some of the reasons you do not have credit cards?
         
         Check all that apply.

         .................................................................................
                         1.  R WAS TURNED DOWN WHEN HE/SHE APPLIED FOR A CREDIT CARD.
                         2.  THE CREDIT CARD COMPANY TERMINATED THE CARD.
                         3.  R DOES NOT WANT TO DEAL WITH CREDIT CARDS.
                         4.  R DOES NOT LIKE TO BORROW ON CREDIT CARDS.
                         5.  OTHER REASONS
                         8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                         9.  RF (Refused)
         22034       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD7.V332_ReasonNone 


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MV333                         TOTAL AMOUNT OWED ON CREDIT CARDS
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 6   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD7.V333_AmtOwe

         About how much do you (and your husband/wife/partner) currently owe in total on
         your credit cards?
         
         Amount

         .................................................................................

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              N      Min         Max          Mean            SD    Miss
           1219        0      150000       3709.72       8794.16   20744
         -----------------------------------------------------------------
            41      999998.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
            30      999999.  RF (Refused)


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MV334                         AMOUNT OF OWED ON CREDIT CARDS - MIN
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 5   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD7.V334_

         Did it amount to less than $____, more than $____ , or what?
         
         PROCEDURE: 3Up, 2Down
         BREAKPOINTS: $500, $1,000, $2,500, $5,000, $10,000, $20,000
         ENTRY POINT : $2,500

         .................................................................................
            42           0.  Value of Breakpoint
             3         500.  Value of Breakpoint
             2         501.  Value of Breakpoint
             8        1001.  Value of Breakpoint
             1        2500.  Value of Breakpoint
             6        2501.  Value of Breakpoint
             2        5000.  Value of Breakpoint
             5        5001.  Value of Breakpoint
             1       10001.  Value of Breakpoint
         21964       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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MV335                         AMOUNT OF OWED ON CREDIT CARDS - MAX
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 5   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD7.V335_

         *

         .................................................................................
            10         499.  Value of Breakpoint
             3         500.  Value of Breakpoint
             4         999.  Value of Breakpoint
             9        2499.  Value of Breakpoint
             1        2500.  Value of Breakpoint
             4        4999.  Value of Breakpoint
             2        5000.  Value of Breakpoint
             3        9999.  Value of Breakpoint
             1       19999.  Value of Breakpoint
            33       99996.  Greater than Maximum Breakpoint
         21964       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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MV336                         AMOUNT OF OWED ON CREDIT CARDS - RESULT
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 2   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD7.V336_

         *

         .................................................................................
            14          98.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
            22          99.  RF (Refused)
         21998       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD7.V333_AmtOwe 


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MV337                         GOT 2 OR MORE PAYMENTS BEHIND
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD7.V337_Behind

         Which of the following describes your experience with credit cards in the past
         twelve months? For each statement I read, please indicate whether it is true for
         you or not.
         
         In the past twelve months you have been two or more payments behind on your
         credit cards. Is that true for you, or not true for you?

         .................................................................................
            65           1.  YES
          1221           5.  NO
             4           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                         9.  RF (Refused)
         20744       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD7.V337_Behind 


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MV338                         ALWAYS PAID CCS ON TIME
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD7.V338_OnTime

         In the past twelve months you always paid your credit card bills on time. Is
         that true for you, or not true for you?

         .................................................................................
          1182           1.  YES
           105           5.  NO
             3           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                         9.  RF (Refused)
         20744       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD7.V338_OnTime 


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MV339                         CARRIED BALANCE AND PAID INTEREST
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD7.V339_Interest

         In some months you carried over a credit card balance and got charged interest.
         (Is that true for you, or not true for you?)

         .................................................................................
           524           1.  YES
           759           5.  NO
             7           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                         9.  RF (Refused)
         20744       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD7.V339_Interest 


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MV340                         PAID ONLY MINIMUM PAYMENT
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD7.V340_Minimum

         In some months you paid only the minimum credit card payment. (Is that true for
         you, or not true for you?)

         .................................................................................
           311           1.  YES
           969           5.  NO
             9           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             1           9.  RF (Refused)
         20744       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD7.V340_Minimum 


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MV341                         CHARGED A LATE FEE
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD7.V341_LateFee

         In some months you were charged a fee for a late credit card payment. (Is that
         true for you, or not true for you?)

         .................................................................................
           234           1.  YES
          1050           5.  NO
             5           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             1           9.  RF (Refused)
         20744       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD7.V341_LateFee 


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MV342                         BORROWED OVER LIMIT AND HAD FEE
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD7.V342_OverLimit

         In some months you borrowed over the limit and had to pay an over the limit
         credit card fee. (Is that true for you, or not true for you?)

         .................................................................................
            71           1.  YES
          1214           5.  NO
             4           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             1           9.  RF (Refused)
         20744       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD7.V342_OverLimit 


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MV343                         USED CC FOR CASH ADVANCE
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD7.V343_CashAdvance

         In some months you used a credit card for a cash advance. (Is that true for you,
         or not true for you?)

         .................................................................................
           102           1.  YES
          1183           5.  NO
             4           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             1           9.  RF (Refused)
         20744       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD7.V343_CashAdvance 


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MV344                         USED CC AND HAD MONEY IN BANK ACCOUNT
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD7.V344_HadMoney

         In some months you borrowed on your credit cards even when you had money in a
         bank account. (Is that true for you, or not true for you?)

         .................................................................................
           111           1.  YES
          1175           5.  NO
             3           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             1           9.  RF (Refused)
         20744       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD7.V344_HadMoney 


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MV345                         INTEREST RATE ON CARD USED MOST OFTEN
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 3   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD7.V345_InterestRate

         About what interest rate is charged on the card you use most often? Your best
         guess is fine.
         
         Enter whole percent, dropping any fraction if reported.

         .................................................................................

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              N      Min         Max          Mean            SD    Miss
           1044        0          99         14.75          7.75   20744
         -----------------------------------------------------------------
           242         998.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             4         999.  RF (Refused)


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD7.V331_NumCCards 


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MV346                         HOW CONCERNED ABOUT BANKRUPTCY
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD7.V346_Bankruptcy

         How concerned are you that you will face bankruptcy in the next 2 years -- are
         you very concerned, somewhat concerned, or not at all concerned?

         .................................................................................
            94           1.  VERY CONCERNED
           178           2.  SOMEWHAT CONCERNED
          1511           3.  NOT AT ALL CONCERNED
             3           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             4           9.  RF (Refused)
         20244       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD7.V346_Bankruptcy 


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MV347                         UNDERSTANDING OF ECONOMICS AND FINANCE
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD7.V347_Knowfinance

         On a scale from 1 to 7, where 1 means very low and 7 means very high, how would
         you assess your own understanding of economics and finance?
         
         (Very Low)1-----2-----3-----4-----5-----6-----7 (Very High)

         .................................................................................

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              N      Min         Max          Mean            SD    Miss
           1760        1           7          4.60          1.72   20244
         -----------------------------------------------------------------
            22           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             8           9.  RF (Refused)


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD7.V347_Knowfinance 


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MV348                         AMOUNT OWE ON 1,000DLR 10PCT
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD7.V348_AmtOwe1000

         Suppose you had a bank loan of $1000 and the interest rate was 10% per year.
         Suppose you never made any payments on the loan. After 2 years, how much would
         you owe on the loan? Would it be more than $1,200, exactly $1,200, or less than
         $1,200?

         .................................................................................
           892           1.  MORE THAN $1,200
           571           2.  EXACTLY $1,200
           186           3.  LESS THAN $1,200
           121           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
            20           9.  RF (Refused)
         20244       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD7.V348_AmtOwe1000 


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MV349                         WHO BENEFITS-INTREST 10PCT INFLATN 12PCT
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD7.V349_WhoBenefits

         Suppose that the interest rate on a loan is 10% per year and inflation is 12%.
         Who will benefit from these conditions -- the borrowers, the savers, or neither
         borrowers nor savers?

         .................................................................................
           540           1.  BORROWERS
           358           2.  SAVERS
           654           3.  NEITHER BORROWERS NOR SAVERS
           216           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
            22           9.  RF (Refused)
         20244       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD7.V349_WhoBenefits 


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MV350                         CITY SIZE WHEN R WAS YOUNG ADULT
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD7.V350_CitySize

         When you were a young adult, ages 25 to 30, did you live mostly in a large city
         with more than a million people, a medium size city with 100,000 to 1 million
         people, a small city, from 10,000 to 100,000, a town of less than 10,000, or a
         very small town with less than 1,000 people.

         .................................................................................
           392           1.  MORE THAN 1 MILLION
           409           2.  100,000 TO 1 MILLION
           455           3.  10,000 TO 100,000
           278           4.  1,000 TO 10,000
           190           5.  LESS THAN 1,000
            55           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
            11           9.  RF (Refused)
         20244       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         IF (((RVARS.Z145_TypeExit_V <> NEWPOSTEXIT) AND (RVARS.Z145_TypeExit_V <> 
         FIRSTREPEATPOST)) AND (RVARS.Z145_TypeExit_V <> SECREPEATPOST)) AND 
         (puSectionTracker = B) THEN 

         IF (ACTIVELANGUAGE <> EXTENG) AND (ACTIVELANGUAGE <> EXTSPN) THEN 

         IF SecV.V000_ModuleIntro = DOMODULES THEN 

         IF (((piRTab1X009AModule_V = MODULE8) AND (piSecAStartInterviewA009_SelfPrxy = 
         SLF)) THEN 


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MV351                         100DOLLARS 2PERCENT-INTEREST 5 YRS
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD8.V351_Interest

         The next questions are about money and investments.
         
         First, suppose you had $100 in a savings account and the interest rate was 2%
         per year. After 5 years, how much do you think you would have in the account if
         you left the money to grow -- more than $102, exactly $102, or less than $102?

         .................................................................................
          1301           1.  MORE THAN $102
           253           2.  EXACTLY $102
           190           3.  LESS THAN $102
            81           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
            12           9.  RF (Refused)
         20197       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD8.V351_Interest 


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MV352                         MONEY BUY MORE SAME LESS THAN TODAY
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD8.V352_Inflation

         Imagine that the interest rate on your savings account was 1% per year and
         inflation was 2% per year. After 1 year, would you be able to buy more than
         today, exactly the same as today, or less than today with the money in this
         account?

         .................................................................................
           105           1.  MORE THAN TODAY
           163           2.  EXACTLY THE SAME AS TODAY
          1495           3.  LESS THAN TODAY
            63           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
            11           9.  RF (Refused)
         20197       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD8.V352_Inflation 


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MV353                         SINGLE CO STOCK SAFER THAN MUTUAL FUND
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD8.V353_Saferreturn

         Do you think that the following statement is true or false: buying a single
         company stock usually provides a safer return than a stock mutual fund?

         .................................................................................
           318           1.  TRUE
          1181           5.  FALSE
           326           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
            12           9.  RF (Refused)
         20197       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD8.V353_Saferreturn 


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MV354                         ASSET TYPE WITH HIGHEST RETURNS
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD8.V354_Highreturn

         Which asset do you think historically has paid the highest returns over a long
         time period, say 20 years or more -- savings accounts, bonds, or stocks?

         .................................................................................
           194           1.  SAVING ACCOUNTS
           492           2.  BONDS
          1001           3.  STOCKS
           141           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             9           9.  RF (Refused)
         20197       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD8.V354_Highreturn 


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MV358                         R CONSIDERING STOCK MARKET IN NEXT YEAR
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD8.V358_ConsiderStockMkt

         Are you [or your husband/wife/partner] considering investing in the stock market
         in the next year?

         .................................................................................
           312           1.  YES
          1484           5.  NO
            29           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
            12           9.  RF (Refused)
         20197       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD8.V358_ConsiderStockMkt 

         IF SecV.MOD8.V358_ConsiderStockMkt = YES THEN 


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MV359M1                       REASONS R WILL INVEST IN STOCK MARKET -1
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD8.V359_WillInvest[1]

         What are the main reasons you are considering investing in the stock market?
         
         Check all that apply.

         .................................................................................
            18           1.  LOW PRICES ARE AN OPPORTUNITY TO BUY
             3           2.  I/WE DO NOT KNOW WHERE ELSE TO INVEST MY/OUR MONEY
            87           3.  STOCKS ARE A GOOD INVESTMENT IN THE LONG RUN
           198           7.  OTHER
             6           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                         9.  RF (Refused)
         21722       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD8.V358_ConsiderStockMkt 

         IF SecV.MOD8.V358_ConsiderStockMkt = YES THEN 


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MV359M2                       REASONS R WILL INVEST IN STOCK MARKET -2
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD8.V359_WillInvest[2]

         What are the main reasons you are considering investing in the stock market?
         
         Check all that apply.

         .................................................................................
                         1.  LOW PRICES ARE AN OPPORTUNITY TO BUY
             3           2.  I/WE DO NOT KNOW WHERE ELSE TO INVEST MY/OUR MONEY
             3           3.  STOCKS ARE A GOOD INVESTMENT IN THE LONG RUN
             8           7.  OTHER
                         8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                         9.  RF (Refused)
         22020       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD8.V358_ConsiderStockMkt 

         IF SecV.MOD8.V358_ConsiderStockMkt = YES THEN 


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MV359M3                       REASONS R WILL INVEST IN STOCK MARKET -3
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD8.V359_WillInvest[3]

         What are the main reasons you are considering investing in the stock market?
         
         Check all that apply.

         .................................................................................
                         1.  LOW PRICES ARE AN OPPORTUNITY TO BUY
                         2.  I/WE DO NOT KNOW WHERE ELSE TO INVEST MY/OUR MONEY
             2           3.  STOCKS ARE A GOOD INVESTMENT IN THE LONG RUN
                         7.  OTHER
                         8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                         9.  RF (Refused)
         22032       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD8.V358_ConsiderStockMkt 

         IF SecV.MOD8.V358_ConsiderStockMkt = YES THEN 


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MV359M4                       REASONS R WILL INVEST IN STOCK MARKET -4
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD8.V359_WillInvest[4]

         What are the main reasons you are considering investing in the stock market?
         
         Check all that apply.

         .................................................................................
                         1.  LOW PRICES ARE AN OPPORTUNITY TO BUY
                         2.  I/WE DO NOT KNOW WHERE ELSE TO INVEST MY/OUR MONEY
                         3.  STOCKS ARE A GOOD INVESTMENT IN THE LONG RUN
                         7.  OTHER
                         8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                         9.  RF (Refused)
         22034       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD8.V358_ConsiderStockMkt 

         IF SecV.MOD8.V358_ConsiderStockMkt = NO THEN 


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MV360M1                       REASONS R NOT INVESTING IN STOCK MARKET -1
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 2   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD8.V360_WontInvest[1]

         What are the main reasons you are not considering investing in the stock market?
         
         Check all that apply.

         User Note: Even though question text states "Check all that apply", Respondents
         were restricted to their first four choices.

         .................................................................................
           125           1.  I/WE DO NOT TRUST THE STOCK MARKET
           117           2.  I/WE DO NOT KNOW ENOUGH ABOUT THE STOCK MARKET
            45           3.  I/WE HAVE LOST TOO MUCH MONEY IN THE STOCK MARKET
            41           4.  INVESTING IN THE STOCK MARKET IS TOO EXPENSIVE
            10           5.  INVESTING IN STOCK MARKET IS TOO COMPLICATED
           487           6.  DON'T HAVE MONEY TO INVEST
           390           7.  OTHER
           201          10.  STOCK MARKET IS TOO RISKY, TOO UNCERTAIN, TOO UP AND DOWN
            46          11.  R'S MONEY IS ALREADY INVESTED
            22          98.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                        99.  RF (Refused)
         20550       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD8.V358_ConsiderStockMkt 

         IF SecV.MOD8.V358_ConsiderStockMkt = NO THEN 


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MV360M2                       REASONS R NOT INVESTING IN STOCK MARKET -2
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 2   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD8.V360_WontInvest[2]

         What are the main reasons you are not considering investing in the stock market?
         
         Check all that apply.

         User Note: Even though question text states "Check all that apply", Respondents
         were restricted to their first four choices.

         .................................................................................
            22           1.  I/WE DO NOT TRUST THE STOCK MARKET
            16           2.  I/WE DO NOT KNOW ENOUGH ABOUT THE STOCK MARKET
             5           3.  I/WE HAVE LOST TOO MUCH MONEY IN THE STOCK MARKET
             3           4.  INVESTING IN THE STOCK MARKET IS TOO EXPENSIVE
             3           5.  INVESTING IN STOCK MARKET IS TOO COMPLICATED
            30           6.  DON'T HAVE MONEY TO INVEST
            51           7.  OTHER
            33          10.  STOCK MARKET IS TOO RISKY, TOO UNCERTAIN, TOO UP AND DOWN
             9          11.  R'S MONEY IS ALREADY INVESTED
                        98.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                        99.  RF (Refused)
         21862       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD8.V358_ConsiderStockMkt 

         IF SecV.MOD8.V358_ConsiderStockMkt = NO THEN 


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MV360M3                       REASONS R NOT INVESTING IN STOCK MARKET -3
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 2   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD8.V360_WontInvest[3]

         What are the main reasons you are not considering investing in the stock market?
         
         Check all that apply.

         User Note: Even though question text states "Check all that apply", Respondents
         were restricted to their first four choices.

         .................................................................................
             1           1.  I/WE DO NOT TRUST THE STOCK MARKET
             3           2.  I/WE DO NOT KNOW ENOUGH ABOUT THE STOCK MARKET
                         3.  I/WE HAVE LOST TOO MUCH MONEY IN THE STOCK MARKET
             1           4.  INVESTING IN THE STOCK MARKET IS TOO EXPENSIVE
             1           5.  INVESTING IN STOCK MARKET IS TOO COMPLICATED
             4           6.  DON'T HAVE MONEY TO INVEST
             1           7.  OTHER
             8          10.  STOCK MARKET IS TOO RISKY, TOO UNCERTAIN, TOO UP AND DOWN
                        11.  R'S MONEY IS ALREADY INVESTED
                        98.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                        99.  RF (Refused)
         22015       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD8.V358_ConsiderStockMkt 

         IF SecV.MOD8.V358_ConsiderStockMkt = NO THEN 


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MV360M4                       REASONS R NOT INVESTING IN STOCK MARKET -4
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 2   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD8.V360_WontInvest[4]

         What are the main reasons you are not considering investing in the stock market?
         
         Check all that apply.

         User Note: Even though question text states "Check all that apply", Respondents
         were restricted to their first four choices.

         .................................................................................
                         1.  I/WE DO NOT TRUST THE STOCK MARKET
                         2.  I/WE DO NOT KNOW ENOUGH ABOUT THE STOCK MARKET
                         3.  I/WE HAVE LOST TOO MUCH MONEY IN THE STOCK MARKET
                         4.  INVESTING IN THE STOCK MARKET IS TOO EXPENSIVE
             1           5.  INVESTING IN STOCK MARKET IS TOO COMPLICATED
                         6.  DON'T HAVE MONEY TO INVEST
                         7.  OTHER
             1          10.  STOCK MARKET IS TOO RISKY, TOO UNCERTAIN, TOO UP AND DOWN
             1          11.  R'S MONEY IS ALREADY INVESTED
                        98.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                        99.  RF (Refused)
         22031       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD8.V358_ConsiderStockMkt 

         IF SecV.MOD8.V358_ConsiderStockMkt = NO THEN 


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MV360M5                       REASONS R NOT INVESTING IN STOCK MARKET -5
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 2   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD8.V360_WontInvest[5]

         What are the main reasons you are not considering investing in the stock market?
         
         Check all that apply.

         User Note: Even though question text states "Check all that apply", Respondents
         were restricted to their first four choices.

         .................................................................................
                         1.  I/WE DO NOT TRUST THE STOCK MARKET
                         2.  I/WE DO NOT KNOW ENOUGH ABOUT THE STOCK MARKET
                         3.  I/WE HAVE LOST TOO MUCH MONEY IN THE STOCK MARKET
                         4.  INVESTING IN THE STOCK MARKET IS TOO EXPENSIVE
                         5.  INVESTING IN STOCK MARKET IS TOO COMPLICATED
                         6.  DON'T HAVE MONEY TO INVEST
                         7.  OTHER
                        10.  STOCK MARKET IS TOO RISKY, TOO UNCERTAIN, TOO UP AND DOWN
                        11.  R'S MONEY IS ALREADY INVESTED
                        98.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                        99.  RF (Refused)
         22034       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD8.V358_ConsiderStockMkt 


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MV361                         THINKING ABOUT MONEY STRESSES R
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD8.V361_MoneyStress

         Next I will read some statements about how people feel about money and
         investing. Please tell me how strongly you agree or disagree with each
         statement.
         
         First, "Even when things are going well for me financially, thinking about money
         stresses me out" -- do you strongly agree, agree, neither agree nor disagree,
         disagree, or strongly disagree with this statement?

         .................................................................................
           188           1.  STRONGLY AGREE
           529           2.  AGREE
           295           3.  NEITHER AGREE NOR DISAGREE
           664           4.  DISAGREE
           134           5.  STRONGLY DISAGREE
            22           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             5           9.  RF (Refused)
         20197       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD8.V361_MoneyStress 


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MV362                         WONDER WHERE DID MONEY GO
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD8.V362_MoneyGone

         You often wonder, "Where did all my money go?" (Do you strongly agree, agree,
         neither agree nor disagree, disagree, or strongly disagree with this statement?)

         .................................................................................
           308           1.  STRONGLY AGREE
           626           2.  AGREE
           160           3.  NEITHER AGREE NOR DISAGREE
           585           4.  DISAGREE
           133           5.  STRONGLY DISAGREE
            18           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             7           9.  RF (Refused)
         20197       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD8.V362_MoneyGone 


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MV363                         SHOULD ALWAYS PAY CREDIT CARD BALANCE
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD8.V363_PayCCBalance

         It is a big financial mistake to use a credit card without paying off the
         balance every month. (Do you strongly agree, agree, neither agree nor disagree,
         disagree, or strongly disagree with this statement?)

         .................................................................................
           827           1.  STRONGLY AGREE
           737           2.  AGREE
            64           3.  NEITHER AGREE NOR DISAGREE
           140           4.  DISAGREE
            38           5.  STRONGLY DISAGREE
            23           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             8           9.  RF (Refused)
         20197       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD8.V363_PayCCBalance 


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MV364                         ALL MONEY IN SAFEST INVESTMENT
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD8.V364_ALLMONEYSAFEST

         For the next questions, please indicate whether you think each statement is true
         or false. If you are not sure, give your best guess.
         
         You should put all your money into the safest investment you can find and accept
         whatever return it pays.

         .................................................................................
           503           1.  TRUE
          1295           5.  FALSE
            29           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
            10           9.  RF (Refused)
         20197       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD8.V364_ALLMONEYSAFEST 


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MV365                         SHOULD EMPLOYEE INVEST IN COMPANY STOCK.
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD8.V365_INVESTCOMPANYSTOCK

         An employee of a company with publicly traded stock should have [a lot/little or
         none] of his or her retirement savings in the company's stock.

         User Note: Rs are randomly assigned a value of 1 or 2 at variable MX503_R. For
         MV364 - MV374, for those Rs where MX503_R=1, the first wording in every fill was
         used. Those assigned MX503_R=2 receive the second wording in the fills. All Rs
         are asked the same wording at MV364.

         .................................................................................
           537           1.  TRUE
          1207           5.  FALSE
            81           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
            12           9.  RF (Refused)
         20197       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD8.V365_INVESTCOMPANYSTOCK 


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MV366                         SHOULD OWN FOREIGN STOCKS.
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD8.V366_AVOIDFOREIGNSTOCK

         It is [best to avoid owning/a good idea to own] stocks of foreign companies.

         User Note: Rs are randomly assigned a value of 1 or 2 at variable MX503_R. For
         MV364 - MV374, for those Rs where MX503_R=1, the first wording in every fill was
         used. Those assigned MX503_R=2 receive the second wording in the fills. All Rs
         are asked the same wording at MV364.

         .................................................................................
           715           1.  TRUE
          1028           5.  FALSE
            82           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
            12           9.  RF (Refused)
         20197       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD8.V366_AVOIDFOREIGNSTOCK 


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MV367                         SHOULD OLDER PEOPLE HOLD STOCKS.
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD8.V367_RETIREDHOLDSTOCKS

         (Please indicate whether you think each statement is true or false. If you are
         not sure, give your best guess.) [Even older/older] retired people should [hold
         some/not hold any] stocks.

         User Note: Rs are randomly assigned a value of 1 or 2 at variable MX503_R. For
         MV364 - MV374, for those Rs where MX503_R=1, the first wording in every fill was
         used. Those assigned MX503_R=2 receive the second wording in the fills. All Rs
         are asked the same wording at MV364.

         .................................................................................
           718           1.  TRUE
          1054           5.  FALSE
            52           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
            13           9.  RF (Refused)
         20197       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD8.V367_RETIREDHOLDSTOCKS 


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MV368                         INVEST IN FEW VS MANY STOCKS.
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD8.V368_INVESTFEWSTOCKS

         You should invest [most of your money in a few good stocks that you select
         rather than in lots of stocks or in mutual funds/in either mutual funds or a
         large number of different stocks instead of just a few stocks].

         User Note: Rs are randomly assigned a value of 1 or 2 at variable MX503_R. For
         MV364 - MV374, for those Rs where MX503_R=1, the first wording in every fill was
         used. Those assigned MX503_R=2 receive the second wording in the fills. All Rs
         are asked the same wording at MV364.

         .................................................................................
          1010           1.  TRUE
           736           5.  FALSE
            81           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
            10           9.  RF (Refused)
         20197       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD8.V368_INVESTFEWSTOCKS 


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MV370                         BOND VALUE VS INTEREST RATE CHANGE.
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD8.V370_BONDVALUEVSINTERESTRATE

         (Please indicate whether you think each statement is true or false. If you are
         not sure, give your best guess.) If the interest rate falls, bond prices will
         [rise/fall] .

         User Note: Rs are randomly assigned a value of 1 or 2 at variable MX503_R. For
         MV364 - MV374, for those Rs where MX503_R=1, the first wording in every fill was
         used. Those assigned MX503_R=2 receive the second wording in the fills. All Rs
         are asked the same wording at MV364.

         .................................................................................
           896           1.  TRUE
           779           5.  FALSE
           153           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             9           9.  RF (Refused)
         20197       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD8.V370_BONDVALUEVSINTERESTRATE 


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MV372                         PICK STOCKS WITH GOOD RETURNS.
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD8.V372_SELECTFORGOODRETURN

         [If/Even if] one is smart, it is [easy/hard] to pick individual company stocks
         that will have better than average returns.

         User Note: Rs are randomly assigned a value of 1 or 2 at variable MX503_R. For
         MV364 - MV374, for those Rs where MX503_R=1, the first wording in every fill was
         used. Those assigned MX503_R=2 receive the second wording in the fills. All Rs
         are asked the same wording at MV364.

         .................................................................................
          1176           1.  TRUE
           577           5.  FALSE
            75           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             9           9.  RF (Refused)
         20197       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD8.V372_SELECTFORGOODRETURN 


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MV374                         DO ADVISORS TAKE UNFAIR ADVANTAGE
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD8.V374_ADVISORUNFAIRADVANTAGE

         [There is no way to avoid people taking advantage of you if you invest in the
         stock market/It’s possible to invest in the stock market in a way that makes it
         hard for people take unfair advantage of you.]

         User Note: Rs are randomly assigned a value of 1 or 2 at variable MX503_R. For
         MV364 - MV374, for those Rs where MX503_R=1, the first wording in every fill was
         used. Those assigned MX503_R=2 receive the second wording in the fills. All Rs
         are asked the same wording at MV364.

         .................................................................................
           880           1.  TRUE
           865           5.  FALSE
            83           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             9           9.  RF (Refused)
         20197       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD8.V374_ADVISORUNFAIRADVANTAGE 

         IF (piRVarsZ152_08V404Asked <> FLAGSET) AND (((piSecBSchoolB014_ > 11) AND 
         (piSecBSchoolB014_ < 96)) OR ((piRvarsZ216_Reducation > 11) AND 
         (piRvarsZ216_Reducation < 96))) THEN 


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MV375                         IF R HAD ECONOMICS COURSES
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD8.V375_IFECONOMICSCOURSE

         During your school education, that is high school, college or graduate school,
         did you take any courses in economics or finance?

         .................................................................................
           249           1.  YES
           253           5.  NO
             2           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             2           9.  RF (Refused)
         21528       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD8.V375_IFECONOMICSCOURSE 

         IF SecV.MOD8.V375_IFECONOMICSCOURSE = YES THEN 


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MV376                         HOW MANY ECONOMICS COURSES
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD8.V376_HOWMANYCOURSES

         How many courses in economics or finance did you take?

         .................................................................................
           102           1.  ONE
            70           2.  TWO
            25           3.  THREE
            38           4.  FOUR TO EIGHT
            10           5.  MORE THAN EIGHT
             4           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                         9.  RF (Refused)
         21785       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         ASSIGN: IF piSecAStartInterviewA009_SelfPrxy = PXYNONSPISREPORTER THEN 
         V401_ProxyCouplnss := NonSPPrxyReporter 
         ELSE 
         IF (piSecAStartInterviewA009_SelfPrxy = PXYSPISREPORTER) OR 
         (piSecAStartInterviewA009_SelfPrxy = PXYSPISREPORTERNOTSAME) THEN 
         V401_ProxyCouplnss := SPPrxyReporter 
         ELSE 
         IF piSecAStartInterviewA009_SelfPrxy = SLF THEN 
         IF (piX065ACouplenss = MARRIED) OR (piX065ACouplenss = PARTNERED_VOL) THEN 
         V401_ProxyCouplnss := SelfCoupledR 
         ELSE 
         V401_ProxyCouplnss := SelfNonCoupledR 

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MV401                         PROXY AND COUPLENESS STATUS
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD9.V401_ProxyCouplnss

         *

         .................................................................................
           525           1.  NON-SPOUSE/PARTNER PROXY R
           699           2.  SPOUSE/PARTNER PROXY R 
          1116           3.  COUPLED SELF R REPORTING ABOUT SPOUSE/PARTNER
           680           4.  UNCOUPLED SELF R REPORTING ON SELF
         19014       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD9.V412_RThinking 


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MV402                         RATE HEALTH OF SPOUSE/PARTNER
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD9.V402_SPRateHealth

         We'd like to ask a few questions about what you think about your
         [husband/wife/parter]'s health. How would you rate [his/her] health? Would you
         say it is excellent, very good, good, fair or poor?

         .................................................................................
           126           1.  EXCELLENT
           275           2.  VERY GOOD
           398           3.  GOOD
           216           4.  FAIR
            99           5.  POOR
             1           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             1           9.  RF (Refused)
         20918       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         IF (((RVARS.Z145_TypeExit_V <> NEWPOSTEXIT) AND (RVARS.Z145_TypeExit_V <> 
         FIRSTREPEATPOST)) AND (RVARS.Z145_TypeExit_V <> SECREPEATPOST)) AND 
         (puSectionTracker = B) THEN 

         IF (ACTIVELANGUAGE <> EXTENG) AND (ACTIVELANGUAGE <> EXTSPN) THEN 

         IF SecV.V000_ModuleIntro = DOMODULES THEN 

         IF (piRTab1X009AModule_V = MODULE9) OR (((piSecAStartInterviewA009_SelfPrxy = 
         PXYSPISREPORTER) OR (piSecAStartInterviewA009_SelfPrxy = 
         PXYSPISREPORTERNOTSAME)) OR (piSecAStartInterviewA009_SelfPrxy = 
         PXYNONSPISREPORTER)) THEN 

         IF ((SecV.MOD9.V401_ProxyCouplnss = NonSPPrxyReporter) OR 
         (SecV.MOD9.V401_ProxyCouplnss = SPPrxyReporter)) OR 
         (SecV.MOD9.V401_ProxyCouplnss = SelfNonCoupledR) THEN 


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MV403                         IF DIFFICULTY WALKING OR WITH STAIRS
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD9.V403_RWalking

         Do you have serious difficulty walking or climbing stairs?

         .................................................................................
           845           1.  YES
          1054           5.  NO
             3           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             1           9.  RF (Refused)
         20131       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD9.V403_RWalking 


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MV404                         IF DIFFICULTY DRESSING OR BATHING
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD9.V404_RDressing

         Do you have difficulty dressing or bathing?

         .................................................................................
           593           1.  YES
          1307           5.  NO
             2           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             1           9.  RF (Refused)
         20131       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD9.V404_RDressing 


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MV405                         JUDGMENT OR MAKING BAD DECISIONS
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD9.V405_RJudgment

         Now I'd like to ask some questions about whether you have noticed any changes in
         yourself over the last several years due to thinking or memory problems.
         
         The first item is problems with judgment, for example falling for scams, making
         bad financial decisions, or buying gifts that are inappropriate for recipients.
         Have you noticed any changes in this over the last several years?

         .................................................................................
           402           1.  YES, A CHANGE
          1484           5.  NO, NO CHANGE
            15           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             2           9.  RF (Refused)
         20131       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD9.V405_RJudgment 


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MV406                         INTEREST IN HOBBIES
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD9.V406_RHobbies

         The next item is reduced interest in hobbies or activities. Have you noticed any
         changes in this over the last several years?

         .................................................................................
           850           1.  YES, A CHANGE
          1047           5.  NO, NO CHANGE
             4           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             2           9.  RF (Refused)
         20131       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD9.V406_RHobbies 


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MV407                         REPEATING QUESTIONS OR STORIES
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD9.V407_RRepeating

         (Next is) repeating questions, stories or statements. Have you noticed any
         changes in yourself in this area over the last several years?

         .................................................................................
           759           1.  YES, A CHANGE
          1135           5.  NO, NO CHANGE
             7           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             2           9.  RF (Refused)
         20131       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD9.V407_RRepeating 


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MV408                         LEARNING HOW TO USE APPLIANCES
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD9.V408_RLearning

         (Next is) trouble learning how to use a tool, appliance or gadget, for example a
         VCR, computer, microwave, or remote control. (Have you noticed any changes in
         this over the last several years?)

         .................................................................................
           680           1.  YES, A CHANGE
          1209           5.  NO, NO CHANGE
            11           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             3           9.  RF (Refused)
         20131       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD9.V408_RLearning 


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MV409                         FORGETTING CURRENT MONTH AND YEAR
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD9.V409_RDate

         (Next is) forgetting the correct month or year. (Have you noticed any changes in
         this over the last several years?)

         .................................................................................
           562           1.  YES, A CHANGE
          1337           5.  NO, NO CHANGE
             2           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             2           9.  RF (Refused)
         20131       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD9.V409_RDate 


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MV410                         HANDLING FINANCES
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD9.V410_RFinancial

         (Next is) difficulty handling complicated financial affairs, for example
         balancing a checkbook, doing income taxes, or paying bills. (Have you noticed
         any changes in yourself in this over the last several years?)

         .................................................................................
           586           1.  YES, A CHANGE
          1296           5.  NO, NO CHANGE
            19           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             2           9.  RF (Refused)
         20131       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD9.V410_RFinancial 


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MV411                         REMEMBERING APPOINTMENTS
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD9.V411_RAppointments

         (Next is) difficulty remembering appointments. (Have you noticed any changes in
         this over the last several years?)

         .................................................................................
           662           1.  YES, A CHANGE
          1233           5.  NO, NO CHANGE
             6           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             2           9.  RF (Refused)
         20131       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD9.V411_RAppointments 


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MV412                         THINKING OR MEMORY
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD9.V412_RThinking

         The last item is -- consistent problems with thinking or memory. (Have you
         noticed any changes in this over the last several years?)

         .................................................................................
           881           1.  YES, A CHANGE
          1015           5.  NO, NO CHANGE
             6           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             1           9.  RF (Refused)
         20131       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD9.V402_SPRateHealth 


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MV413                         SP-IF DIFFICULTY WALKING OR WITH STAIRS
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD9.V413_SPWalking

         Does your [husband/wife/partner] have serious difficulty walking or climbing
         stairs?

         .................................................................................
           280           1.  YES
           832           5.  NO
             3           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             1           9.  RF (Refused)
         20918       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD9.V413_SPWalking 


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MV414                         SP-IF DIFFICULTY DRESSING OR BATHING
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD9.V414_SPDressing

         Does your [he/she] have difficulty dressing or bathing?

         .................................................................................
            74           1.  YES
          1036           5.  NO
             5           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             1           9.  RF (Refused)
         20918       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD9.V414_SPDressing 


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MV415                         SP-JUDGMENT OR MAKING BAD DECISIONS
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD9.V415_SPJudgment

         Now I'd like to ask some questions about whether you have noticed any changes in
         your [husband/wife/partner] over the last several years due to thinking or
         memory problems.
         
         The first item is problems with judgment, for example falling for scams, making
         bad financial decisions, or buying gifts that are inappropriate for recipients.
         Have you noticed any changes in this over the last several years?

         .................................................................................
            88           1.  YES, A CHANGE
          1023           5.  NO, NO CHANGE
             4           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             1           9.  RF (Refused)
         20918       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD9.V415_SPJudgment 


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MV416                         SP-INTEREST IN HOBBIES
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD9.V416_SPHobbies

         The next item is reduced interest in hobbies or activities. Have you noticed any
         changes in this over the last several years?

         .................................................................................
           259           1.  YES, A CHANGE
           849           5.  NO, NO CHANGE
             6           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             2           9.  RF (Refused)
         20918       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD9.V416_SPHobbies 


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MV417                         SP-REPEATING QUESTIONS OR STORIES
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD9.V417_SPRepeating

         (Next is) repeating questions, stories or statements. Have you noticed any
         changes in your [husband/wife/spouse] in this area over the last several years?

         .................................................................................
           216           1.  YES, A CHANGE
           897           5.  NO, NO CHANGE
             1           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             2           9.  RF (Refused)
         20918       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD9.V417_SPRepeating 


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MV418                         SP-LEARNING HOW TO USE APPLIANCES
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD9.V418_SPLearning

         (Next is) trouble learning how to use a tool, appliance or gadget, for example a
         VCR, computer, microwave, or remote control. (Have you noticed any changes in
         this over the last several years?)

         .................................................................................
           148           1.  YES, A CHANGE
           966           5.  NO, NO CHANGE
             1           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             1           9.  RF (Refused)
         20918       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD9.V418_SPLearning 


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MV419                         SP-FORGETTING CURRENT MONTH AND YEAR
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD9.V419_SPDate

         (Next is) forgetting the correct month or year. (Have you noticed any changes in
         this over the last several years?)

         .................................................................................
            76           1.  YES, A CHANGE
          1036           5.  NO, NO CHANGE
             3           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             1           9.  RF (Refused)
         20918       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD9.V419_SPDate 


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MV420                         SP-HANDLING FINANCES
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD9.V420_SPFinancial

         (Next is) difficulty handling complicated financial affairs, for example
         balancing a checkbook, doing income taxes, or paying bills. (Have you noticed
         any changes in your [husband/wife/partner] in this over the last several years?)

         .................................................................................
            91           1.  YES, A CHANGE
          1018           5.  NO, NO CHANGE
             6           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             1           9.  RF (Refused)
         20918       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD9.V420_SPFinancial 


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MV421                         SP-REMEMBERING APPOINTMENTS
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD9.V421_SPAppointments

         (Next is) difficulty remembering appointments. (Have you noticed any changes in
         this over the last several years?)

         .................................................................................
           168           1.  YES, A CHANGE
           944           5.  NO, NO CHANGE
             3           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             1           9.  RF (Refused)
         20918       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD9.V421_SPAppointments 


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MV422                         SP-THINKING OR MEMORY
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD9.V422_SPThinking

         The last item is -- consistent problems with thinking or memory. (Have you
         noticed any changes in this over the last several years?)

         .................................................................................
           247           1.  YES, A CHANGE
           867           5.  NO, NO CHANGE
             1           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             1           9.  RF (Refused)
         20918       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         IF (((RVARS.Z145_TypeExit_V <> NEWPOSTEXIT) AND (RVARS.Z145_TypeExit_V <> 
         FIRSTREPEATPOST)) AND (RVARS.Z145_TypeExit_V <> SECREPEATPOST)) AND 
         (puSectionTracker = B) THEN 

         IF (ACTIVELANGUAGE <> EXTENG) AND (ACTIVELANGUAGE <> EXTSPN) THEN 

         IF SecV.V000_ModuleIntro = DOMODULES THEN 

         IF (((piRTab1X009AModule_V = MODULE10) AND (piSecAStartInterviewA009_SelfPrxy = 
         SLF)) THEN 


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MV551                         INTRODUCTION
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD10.V551_INTRO

         In these questions we ask you to imagine that you received some money and that
         you are surprised to receive it. Then we will ask what you would do with that
         money in a number of different situations. In each situation you will be given
         just three choices: keep it all for yourself, give it all to another person or
         organization, or keep some and give some away. We hope you will be able to
         imagine yourself in these situations and that your answer will be the same as
         what you would actually do.
         
         Imagine that you unexpectedly received [$100/$1000]. You could keep all of the
         money yourself, give it all to some other person, or you could divide it between
         yourself and that other person.

         .................................................................................
          1866           1.  CONTINUE
                         8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                         9.  RF (Refused)
         20168       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD10.V551_INTRO 


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MV555                         NEEDY CHARITY - IF KEEP OR GIVE
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD10.V555_Needy

         First, suppose you could give some or all of the money to a charity that helps
         needy people such as the United Way or a local community foundation. If you
         unexpectedly received [$100/$1,000] and had a choice of keeping the money
         yourself or giving some or all of it to such a charity, what would you choose?

         User Note: Rs are randomly assigned a value of 1 or 2 at variable MX503_R. For
         MV55 - MV567, for those Rs where MX503_R=1, the first wording in every fill was
         used. Those assigned MX503_R=2 receive the second wording in the fills.

         .................................................................................
           848           1.  KEEP IT ALL MYSELF
           186           2.  GIVE IT ALL TO THE CHARITY
           824           3.  KEEP SOME AND GIVE SOME AWAY
             6           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             2           9.  RF (Refused)
         20168       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD10.V555_Needy 

         IF SecV.MOD10.V555_Needy = KEEPSOMEANDGIVESOMEAWAY THEN 

         IF piRTab1X503_3Random1_2 = RANDOMASSIGNMENT1 THEN 


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MV556                         NEEDY CHARITY - AMOUNT R WILL KEEP 100
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 3   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD10.V556_NeedyKeepH

         (How much would you keep for yourself and how much would you give to the
         charity?)
         
         Enter amount to the nearest dollar
         
         Amount keep for self [$100]:

         .................................................................................

         -----------------------------------------------------------------
              N      Min         Max          Mean            SD    Miss
            370        0         100         59.85         18.01   21661
         -----------------------------------------------------------------
             3         998.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                       999.  RF (Refused)


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD10.V556_NeedyKeepH 


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MV557                         NEEDY CHARITY - AMOUNT R WILL GIVE 100
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 3   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD10.V557_NeedyGiveH

         (How much would you keep for yourself and how much would you give to the
         charity?)
         
         Enter amount to the nearest dollar
         
         Amount give away [$100]:

         .................................................................................

         -----------------------------------------------------------------
              N      Min         Max          Mean            SD    Miss
            371        0         100         40.11         18.22   21661
         -----------------------------------------------------------------
             2         998.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                       999.  RF (Refused)


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD10.V557_NeedyGiveH 

         IF piRTab1X503_3Random1_2 = RANDOMASSIGNMENT2 THEN 


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MV578                         NEEDY CHARITY - AMOUNT R WILL KEEP 1000
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 4   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD10.V578_NeedyKeepT

         (How much would you keep for yourself and how much would you give to the
         charity?)
         
         Enter amount to the nearest dollar
         
         Amount keep for self [$1000]:

         .................................................................................

         -----------------------------------------------------------------
              N      Min         Max          Mean            SD    Miss
            444        0        1000        623.88        205.39   21583
         -----------------------------------------------------------------
             6        9998.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             1        9999.  RF (Refused)


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD10.V578_NeedyKeepT 


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MV579                         NEEDY CHARITY - AMOUNT R WILL GIVE 1000
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 4   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD10.V579_NeedyGiveT

         (How much would you keep for yourself and how much would you give to the
         charity?)
         
         Enter amount to the nearest dollar
         
         Amount give away [$1000]:

         .................................................................................

         -----------------------------------------------------------------
              N      Min         Max          Mean            SD    Miss
            445        0        1000        362.13        196.09   21583
         -----------------------------------------------------------------
             5        9998.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             1        9999.  RF (Refused)


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD10.V555_Needy 


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MV561                         ENVIRONMENTAL ORG - IF KEEP OR GIVE
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD10.V561_Environmt

         Now suppose you could give some or all of the money to an environmental
         organization that promotes conservation and sustainable management of natural
         resources such as, the Environmental Defense Fund or American Forest Foundation.
         If you unexpectedly received [$100/$1,000] and had a choice of keeping the money
         yourself or giving some or all of it to an environmental organization, what
         would you choose?

         User Note: Rs are randomly assigned a value of 1 or 2 at variable MX503_R. For
         MV55 - MV567, for those Rs where MX503_R=1, the first wording in every fill was
         used. Those assigned MX503_R=2 receive the second wording in the fills.

         .................................................................................
          1155           1.  KEEP IT ALL MYSELF
           125           2.  GIVE IT ALL ENVIRONMENTAL ORGANIZATION
           574           3.  KEEP SOME AND GIVE SOME AWAY
            10           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             2           9.  RF (Refused)
         20168       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD10.V561_Environmt 

         IF SecV.MOD10.V561_Environmt = KEEPSOMEANDGIVESOMEAWAY THEN 

         IF piRTab1X503_3Random1_2 = RANDOMASSIGNMENT1 THEN 


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MV562                         ENVIRONMNTL ORG - AMOUNT R WILL KEEP 100
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 3   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD10.V562_EnviroKeepH

         (How much would you keep for yourself and how much would you give to the
         environmental organization?)
         
         Enter amount to the nearest dollar
         
         Amount keep for self [$100]:

         .................................................................................

         -----------------------------------------------------------------
              N      Min         Max          Mean            SD    Miss
            260       10          95         62.62         18.10   21771
         -----------------------------------------------------------------
             3         998.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                       999.  RF (Refused)


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD10.V562_EnviroKeepH 


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MV563                         ENVIRONMNTL ORG - AMOUNT R WILL GIVE 100
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 3   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD10.V563_EnviroGiveH

         (How much would you keep for yourself and how much would you give to the
         environmental organization?)
         
         Enter amount to the nearest dollar
         
         Amount give away [$100]:

         .................................................................................

         -----------------------------------------------------------------
              N      Min         Max          Mean            SD    Miss
            260        0          90         36.80         18.29   21771
         -----------------------------------------------------------------
             3         998.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                       999.  RF (Refused)


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD10.V563_EnviroGiveH 

         IF piRTab1X503_3Random1_2 = RANDOMASSIGNMENT2 THEN 


         - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
MV582                         ENVIRONMTL ORG - AMOUNT R WILL KEEP 1000
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 4   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD10.V582_EnviroKeepT

         (How much would you keep for yourself and how much would you give to the
         environmental organization?)
         
         Enter amount to the nearest dollar
         
         Amount keep for self [$1000]:

         .................................................................................

         -----------------------------------------------------------------
              N      Min         Max          Mean            SD    Miss
            309        0         995        647.61        194.55   21723
         -----------------------------------------------------------------
             2        9998.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                      9999.  RF (Refused)


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD10.V582_EnviroKeepT 


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MV583                         ENVIRONMTL ORG - AMOUNT R WILL GIVE 1000
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 4   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD10.V583_EnviroGiveT

         (How much would you keep for yourself and how much would you give to the
         environmental organization?)
         
         Enter amount to the nearest dollar
         
         Amount give away [$1000]:

         .................................................................................

         -----------------------------------------------------------------
              N      Min         Max          Mean            SD    Miss
            309        0         900        343.07        189.22   21723
         -----------------------------------------------------------------
             2        9998.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                      9999.  RF (Refused)


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD10.V561_Environmt 


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MV570                         CHILDREN OR RELATIVE - IF KEEP OR GIVE
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD10.V570_Children

         Now suppose that you could give some or all of the money to [your child/your
         children/a relative such as a parent, sibling, niece, nephew, aunt, uncle or
         other relative]. If you unexpectedly received [$100/$1,000] and were given the
         option of keeping the money yourself or giving some or all of it to a friend or
         a neighbor, what would you choose?

         User Note: Rs are randomly assigned a value of 1 or 2 at variable MX503_R. For
         MV55 - MV567, for those Rs where MX503_R=1, the first wording in every fill was
         used. Those assigned MX503_R=2 receive the second wording in the fills.

         .................................................................................
           535           1.  KEEP IT ALL MYSELF
           496           2.  GIVE IT ALL TO your child/your children/a relative
           817           3.  KEEP SOME AND GIVE SOME AWAY
            13           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             5           9.  RF (Refused)
         20168       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD10.V570_Children 

         IF SecV.MOD10.V570_Children = KEEPSOMEANDGIVESOMEAWAY THEN 

         IF piRTab1X503_3Random1_2 = RANDOMASSIGNMENT1 THEN 


         - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
MV571                         CHILDREN RELATIVE-AMOUNT R WILL KEEP 100
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 3   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD10.V571_ChildKeepH

         (How much would you keep for yourself and how much would you give to [your
         child/your children/a relative such as a parent, sibling, niece, nephew, aunt,
         uncle or other relative]?)
         
         Enter amount to the nearest dollar
         
         Amount keep for self [$100]:

         .................................................................................

         -----------------------------------------------------------------
              N      Min         Max          Mean            SD    Miss
            352        0          90         48.42         14.51   21678
         -----------------------------------------------------------------
             4         998.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                       999.  RF (Refused)


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD10.V571_ChildKeepH 


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MV572                         CHILDREN RELATIVE-AMOUNT R WILL GIVE 100
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 3   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD10.V572_ChildGiveH

         (How much would you keep for yourself and how much would you give to [your
         child/your children/a relative such as a parent, sibling, niece, nephew, aunt,
         uncle or other relative]?)
         
         Enter amount to the nearest dollar
         
         Amount give away [$100]:

         .................................................................................

         -----------------------------------------------------------------
              N      Min         Max          Mean            SD    Miss
            351       10         100         51.07         14.49   21678
         -----------------------------------------------------------------
             5         998.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                       999.  RF (Refused)


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD10.V572_ChildGiveH 

         IF piRTab1X503_3Random1_2 = RANDOMASSIGNMENT2 THEN 


         - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
MV588                         CHILDREN RELATIV-AMOUNT R WILL KEEP 1000
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 4   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD10.V588_ChildKeepT

         (How much would you keep for yourself and how much would you give to [your
         child/your children/a relative such as a parent, sibling, niece, nephew, aunt,
         uncle or other relative]?)
         
         Enter amount to the nearest dollar
         
         Amount keep for self [$1000]:

         .................................................................................

         -----------------------------------------------------------------
              N      Min         Max          Mean            SD    Miss
            449        0        1000        504.66        178.91   21573
         -----------------------------------------------------------------
            12        9998.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                      9999.  RF (Refused)


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD10.V588_ChildKeepT 


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MV589                         CHILDREN RELATIV-AMOUNT R WILL GIVE 1000
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 4   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD10.V589_ChildGiveT

         (How much would you keep for yourself and how much would you give to [your
         child/your children/a relative such as a parent, sibling, niece, nephew, aunt,
         uncle or other relative]?)
         
         Enter amount to the nearest dollar
         
         Amount give away [$1000]:

         .................................................................................

         -----------------------------------------------------------------
              N      Min         Max          Mean            SD    Miss
            447        0        1000        476.10        175.65   21573
         -----------------------------------------------------------------
            14        9998.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                      9999.  RF (Refused)


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD10.V570_Children 


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MV567                         FRIEND OR NEIGHBOR - IF KEEP OR GIVE
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD10.V567_Friend

         Now suppose that you could give some or all of the money to a friend or a
         neighbor. If you unexpectedly received [$100/$1,000] and were given the option
         of keeping the money yourself or giving some or all of it to a friend or a
         neighbor, what would you choose?

         User Note: Rs are randomly assigned a value of 1 or 2 at variable MX503_R. For
         MV55 - MV567, for those Rs where MX503_R=1, the first wording in every fill was
         used. Those assigned MX503_R=2 receive the second wording in the fills.

         .................................................................................
          1167           1.  KEEP IT ALL MYSELF
           124           2.  GIVE IT ALL TO THE FRIEND OR NEIGHBOR
           543           3.  KEEP SOME AND GIVE SOME AWAY
            28           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             4           9.  RF (Refused)
         20168       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD10.V567_Friend 

         IF SecV.MOD10.V567_Friend = KEEPSOMEANDGIVESOMEAWAY THEN 

         IF piRTab1X503_3Random1_2 = RANDOMASSIGNMENT1 THEN 


         - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
MV568                         FRIEND OR NEIGHBR-AMOUNT R WILL KEEP 100
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 3   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD10.V568_FriendKeepH

         (How much would you keep for yourself and how much would you give to a friend or
         a neighbor?)
         
         Enter amount to the nearest dollar
         
         Amount keep for self [$100]:

         .................................................................................

         -----------------------------------------------------------------
              N      Min         Max          Mean            SD    Miss
            256        0          95         58.05         16.91   21768
         -----------------------------------------------------------------
            10         998.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                       999.  RF (Refused)


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD10.V568_FriendKeepH 


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MV569                         FRIEND OR NEIGHBR-AMOUNT R WILL GIVE 100
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 3   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD10.V569_FriendGiveH

         (How much would you keep for yourself and how much would you give to a friend or
         a neighbor?)
         
         Enter amount to the nearest dollar
         
         Amount give away [$100]:

         .................................................................................

         -----------------------------------------------------------------
              N      Min         Max          Mean            SD    Miss
            256        0         100         41.73         17.23   21768
         -----------------------------------------------------------------
            10         998.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                       999.  RF (Refused)


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD10.V569_FriendGiveH 

         IF piRTab1X503_3Random1_2 = RANDOMASSIGNMENT2 THEN 


         - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
MV586                         FRIEND NEIGHBOR-AMOUNT R WILL KEEP 1000
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 4   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD10.V586_FriendKeepT

         (How much would you keep for yourself and how much would you give to a friend or
         a neighbor?)
         
         Enter amount to the nearest dollar
         
         Amount keep for self [$1000]:

         .................................................................................

         -----------------------------------------------------------------
              N      Min         Max          Mean            SD    Miss
            273       70         990        646.25        183.74   21757
         -----------------------------------------------------------------
             2        9998.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             2        9999.  RF (Refused)


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD10.V586_FriendKeepT 


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MV587                         FRIEND NEIGHBOR-AMOUNT R WILL GIVE 1000
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 4   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD10.V587_FriendGiveT

         (How much would you keep for yourself and how much would you give to a friend or
         a neighbor?)
         
         Enter amount to the nearest dollar
         
         Amount give away [$1000]:

         .................................................................................

         -----------------------------------------------------------------
              N      Min         Max          Mean            SD    Miss
            273        0         900        342.09        176.86   21757
         -----------------------------------------------------------------
             3        9998.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             1        9999.  RF (Refused)


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD10.V567_Friend 


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MV552                         ANONYMOUS - IF KEEP OR GIVE
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD10.V552_Anonymous

         Now, suppose the other person is an anonymous person; that is, someone you don’t
         know at all, not even the name of that person. What would you do with the
         [100/$1,000]? Would you keep it all, give it all to the other person, or keep
         some and give some to the other person?

         .................................................................................
          1288           1.  KEEP IT ALL MYSELF
            73           2.  GIVE IT ALL TO THE OTHER PERSON
           458           3.  KEEP SOME AND GIVE SOME AWAY
            42           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             5           9.  RF (Refused)
         20168       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD10.V552_Anonymous 

         IF SecV.MOD10.V552_Anonymous = KEEPSOMEANDGIVESOMEAWAY THEN 

         IF piRTab1X503_3Random1_2 = RANDOMASSIGNMENT1 THEN 


         - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
MV553                         ANONYMOUS-AMOUNT R WILL KEEP 100
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 3   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD10.V553_AnonKeepH

         (How much would you keep for yourself and how much would you give to the other
         person?)
         
         Enter amount to the nearest dollar.
         
         Amount keep for self  [$100]:

         .................................................................................

         -----------------------------------------------------------------
              N      Min         Max          Mean            SD    Miss
            209       10          96         64.75         18.13   21819
         -----------------------------------------------------------------
             6         998.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                       999.  RF (Refused)


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD10.V553_AnonKeepH 


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MV554                         ANONYMOUS - AMOUNT R WILL GIVE 100
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 3   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD10.V554_AnonGiveH

         (How much would you keep for yourself and how much would you give to the other
         person?)
         
         Enter amount to the nearest dollar.
         
         Amount give away [$100]:

         .................................................................................

         -----------------------------------------------------------------
              N      Min         Max          Mean            SD    Miss
            209        0          90         34.90         18.38   21819
         -----------------------------------------------------------------
             6         998.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                       999.  RF (Refused)


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD10.V554_AnonGiveH 

         IF piRTab1X503_3Random1_2 = RANDOMASSIGNMENT2 THEN 


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MV576                         ANONYMOUS - AMOUNT R WILL KEEP 1000
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 4   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD10.V576_AnonKeepT

         (How much would you keep for yourself and how much would you give to the other
         person?)
         
         Enter amount to the nearest dollar.
         
         Amount keep for self [$1000]:

         .................................................................................

         -----------------------------------------------------------------
              N      Min         Max          Mean            SD    Miss
            238       30         995        659.85        194.03   21791
         -----------------------------------------------------------------
             5        9998.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                      9999.  RF (Refused)


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD10.V576_AnonKeepT 


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MV577                         ANONYMOUS - AMOUNT R WILL GIVE 1000
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 4   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD10.V577_AnonGiveT

         (How much would you keep for yourself and how much would you give to the other
         person?)
         
         Enter amount to the nearest dollar.
         
         Amount give away [$1000]:

         .................................................................................

         -----------------------------------------------------------------
              N      Min         Max          Mean            SD    Miss
            239        0         900        334.48        192.22   21791
         -----------------------------------------------------------------
             4        9998.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                      9999.  RF (Refused)


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         IF (((RVARS.Z145_TypeExit_V <> NEWPOSTEXIT) AND (RVARS.Z145_TypeExit_V <> 
         FIRSTREPEATPOST)) AND (RVARS.Z145_TypeExit_V <> SECREPEATPOST)) AND 
         (puSectionTracker = B) THEN 

         IF (ACTIVELANGUAGE <> EXTENG) AND (ACTIVELANGUAGE <> EXTSPN) THEN 

         IF (((ACTIVELANGUAGE <> EXTENG) AND (ACTIVELANGUAGE <> EXTSPN)) AND 
         SecV.V900_LeaveBehind = EMPTY) AND (RTab[1].X090_PrefMode_V = EnhancedFTF) THEN 


         - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
MV900                         LEAVE BEHIND INSTRUCTIONS
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.V900_LeaveBehind

         Lastly, I have a short questionnaire that I would like to [leave with you to
         fill out/leave with [R First] to fill out/with you]. The questionnaire contains
         different types of questions than what we ask about in the interview, questions
         about attitudes and feelings that some people like to take a little time to
         think about and may prefer to fill out on their own. We would appreciate it if
         you would complete this questionnaire at your earliest convenience and send it
         back to our office in the pre-paid self-addressed envelope. If you have any
         questions about the form or how to complete it, feel free to call our toll free
         number, which is listed in the questionnaire.
         
         This is an important new component of the HRS study. [We would like to thank you
         in advance for completing the questionnaire by leaving this token of our
         appreciation].
         
         IWER: ENTER logging ID [ID] and the respondent's first name on the cover of the
         questionnaire. [Give] the respondent [the $20 incentive check], the
         questionnaire and the pre-paid return envelope. [You must obtain a signed
         receipt if the R is paid in cash.]

         .................................................................................
          9704           1.  QUESTIONNAIRE LEFT WITH RESPONDENT
           147           2.  R REFUSED TO COMPLETE QUESTIONNAIRE
           219           3.  PROXY INDICATED R IS UNABLE/UNWILLING TO COMPLETE
                             QUESTIONNAIRE
          1027           4.  QUESTIONNAIRE WILL BE MAILED TO RESPONDENT
         10937       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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MVDATE                        2010 DATA MODEL VERSION
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0

         User Note:  This variable identifies which data model was used to interview the
         household.  Please reference the data description for a summary of changes in
         each data model.

         .................................................................................
           589           1.  Version 1
          1843           2.  Version 2
           311           3.  Version 3
           684           4.  Version 4
          1101           5.  Version 5
          1764           6.  Version 6
         12940           7.  Version 7
          2802           8.  Version 8


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MVERSION                      2010 DATA RELEASE VERSION
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0

         .................................................................................
         22034           5.  HRS 2010 Final Release