Parenting data, Wave2

Parenting data, Wave 2 (2009/10)


Sort Variable Name
0 Person number anchor id
1 Person number partner pid
2 Person number child cid
58 SDQ: Good attention span, sees work through to the end (Qu. 4) sdqpi25
38 SDQ: Often loses temper (Qu. 4) sdqpi5
50 SDQ: Kind to younger children (Qu. 4) sdqpi17
51 SDQ: Often lies or cheats (Qu. 4) sdqpi18
52 SDQ: Picked on or bullied by other children/youth (Qu. 4) sdqpi19
57 SDQ: Many fears, easily scared (Qu. 4) sdqpi24
8 I wish I didn't feel so trapped by my parental duties (Qu. 1) pcr2i8
6 When my child disobeys and breaks rules, he/she just wants to annoy me (Qu. 1) pcr2i1
7 I have the feeling that taking care of child takes up all my strength (Qu. 1) pcr2i7
5 I am willing to sacrifice own desires to satisfy those of my child (Qu. 1) pcr2i4
9 If there are problems with way I raise my child, it's my child's fault (Qu. 1) pcr2i2
18 You cheer up your child when he/she is sad (Qu. 2) pcr1i5
70 You never waive from your rules (Qu. 7) pcr1i18
46 SDQ: Often unhappy, depressed or tearful (Qu. 4) sdqpi13
71 If your child does something against your will, you punish him/her (Qu. 7) pcr1i19
3 Survey year wave
4 Drop-off Version: Questionnaire completed by? dropoffvers
10 When I am with my child there is nothing else I'd rather be doing (Qu. 1) pcr2i9
11 I would put up with anything for the good of my child (Qu. 1) pcr2i5
12 It seems to me when my child misbehaves, he/she does it with purpose (Qu. 1) pcr2i3
13 I often stop what I am doing to offer help to my child (Qu. 1) pcr2i6
14 I look forward to being with my child (Qu. 1) pcr2i10
15 You show your child with words and gestures that you like him/her (Qu. 2) pcr1i1
16 I am disappointed and sad because my child misbehaved (Qu. 2) pcr1i15
17 You criticize your child (Qu. 2) pcr1i3
19 I think my child is ungrateful when he/she does not obey me (Qu. 2) pcr1i16
20 You yell at your child because he/she did something wrong (Qu. 2) pcr1i8
21 I don't talk to child for a while because he/she did something wrong (Qu. 2) pcr1i17
22 You scold your child because you are angry at him/her (Qu. 2) pcr1i11
23 You praise your child (Qu. 2) pcr1i14
24 Activities: Outdoor activities (e.g., taking walks) (Qu. 3) act1i1
25 Activities: Visiting others (Qu. 3) act1i2
26 Activities: Shopping (Qu. 3) act1i3
27 Activities: Singing or playing instruments (Qu. 3) act1i4
28 Activities: Painting, building things or drawing (Qu. 3) act1i5
29 Activities: Cooking or baking (Qu. 3) act1i6
30 Activities: Cards or board games (Qu. 3) act1i7
31 Activities: Computer or internet games (Qu. 3) act1i8
32 Activities: Going to the theater, circus, museum, exhibits etc. (Qu. 3) act1i9
33 Activities: Reading books together or telling stories (Qu. 3) act1i10
34 SDQ: Considerate of other people's feelings (Qu. 4) sdqpi1
35 SDQ: Restless, overactive, cannot stay still for long (Qu. 4) sdqpi2
36 SDQ: Often complains of headaches, stomach-aches or sickness (Qu. 4) sdqpi3
37 SDQ: Shares readily with other children/youth (treats, toys etc.) (Qu. 4) sdqpi4
39 SDQ: Would rather be alone than with other children/youth (Qu. 4) sdqpi6
40 SDQ: Generally well behaved, usually does what adults request (Qu. 4) sdqpi7
41 SDQ: Many worries or often seems worried (Qu. 4) sdqpi8
42 SDQ: Helpful if someone is hurt, upset or feeling ill (Qu. 4) sdqpi9
43 SDQ: Constantly fidgeting or squirming (Qu. 4) sdqpi10
44 SDQ: Has at least one good friend (Qu. 4) sdqpi11
45 SDQ: Often fights with other children/youth or bullies them (Qu. 4) sdqpi12
47 SDQ: Generally liked by other children/youth (Qu. 4) sdqpi14
48 SDQ: Easily distracted, concentration wanders (Qu. 4) sdqpi15
49 SDQ: Nervous in new situations, easily loses confidence (Qu. 4) sdqpi16
53 SDQ: Often offers to help others (parents, teachers, other children) (Qu. 4) sdqpi20
54 SDQ: Thinks things out before acting (Qu. 4) sdqpi21
55 SDQ: Steals from home, school or elsewhere (Qu. 4) sdqpi22
56 SDQ: Gets along better with adults than with other children/youth (Qu. 4) sdqpi23
59 How would you describe your child's health, generally speaking? (Qu. 5) hltc0
60 Your child tells you what he/she is thinking (Qu. 6) pcr3i1
61 You show recognition for the things your child does (Qu. 6) pcr3i2
62 How often does your child make you do things his/her way? (Qu. 6) pcr3i3
63 You and your child are annoyed or angry with each other (Qu. 6) pcr3i4
64 You show your child that you respect and like him/her (Qu. 6) pcr3i5
65 You and your child disagree and quarrel (Qu. 6) pcr3i6
66 How often does child get his/her way when you can't agree on something? (Qu. 6) pcr3i7
67 Your child shares with you his/her feelings and thoughts (Qu. 6) pcr3i8
68 When your child makes new friends, you talk to him/her about them (Qu. 7) pcr1i2
69 You lessen a punishment or end it early (Qu. 7) pcr1i4
72 When your child goes out, you ask what he/she did and experienced (Qu. 7) pcr1i9
73 On some days you are stricter than on others (Qu. 7) pcr1i10
74 You make it clear to child that he/she is not to break rules, decisions (Qu. 7) pcr1i20
75 You threaten child with a punishment but don't actually follow through (Qu. 7) pcr1i13
76 When your child goes out, you know exactly where he/she is (Qu. 7) pcr1i6
77 You find it hard to set and keep consistent rules for your child (Qu. 7) pcr1i7
78 You tend to be a strict parent (Qu. 7) pcr1i21
79 When your child makes new friends, you get to know them soon thereafter (Qu. 7) pcr1i12

Study: pairfam

Dataset: parenting2

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