Partner data, Wave7

Partner data, Wave 7 (2014/15)

Variables

Sort Variable Name
299 I strongly tend to follow the wishes of others (Qu. 75) pper1i10
9 Marriage is a lifelong union which should not be broken (Qu. 1) pval1i7
206 Current occupational status (Qu. 53) pjob2
233 Structure of household: Number of children (Qu. 64) psd101i1
213 Age of begin of regular smoking (Qu. 59b) phlt9
243 I am sad (Qu. 65) pper2i4
253 Year of birth child 1 (Qu. 68) psd19k1y
262 Month of birth child 3 (Qu. 68) psd19k3m
307 I am interested in many different kinds of things (Qu. 76) pper3i5
316 I worry a lot (Qu. 76) pper3i14
324 Day of interview (Qu. 77) pintd
314 I can be cold and distanced in my behavior (Qu. 76) pper3i12
323 I am hardly interested in art (Qu. 76) pper3i21
325 Month of interview (Qu. 77) pintm
326 Year of interview (Qu. 77) pinty
0 Person number anchor id
1 Identification number partner pid
2 Survey year wave
3 DemoDiff sample demodiff
4 Parents and children should support each other for a lifetime (Qu. 1) pval1i1
5 Women should be more concerned about family than about career (Qu. 1) pval1i3
6 Men should participate in housework to the same extent as women (Qu. 1) pval1i4
7 A child aged under 6 will suffer from having a working mother (Qu. 1) pval1i5
8 Children often suffer because fathers spend too much time at work (Qu. 1) pval1i6
10 You should get married if you permanently live with your partner (Qu. 1) pval1i2
11 Couples should marry at the latest after a child is born (Qu. 1) pval1i8
12 Satisfaction with school, education, career (Qu. 2) psat1i1
13 Satisfaction with leisure activities, hobbies, interests (Qu. 2) psat1i2
14 Satisfaction with friends, social contacts (Qu. 2) psat1i3
15 Satisfaction with family (Qu. 2) psat1i4
16 Importance pursuing my education or career interests (Qu. 3) psrs1i1
17 Importance pursuing my hobbies and interests (Qu. 3) psrs1i2
18 Importance keeping in touch with friends (Qu. 3) psrs1i3
19 Importance living in a partnership (Qu. 3) psrs1i4
20 Importance having a(nother) child (Qu. 3) psrs1i5
21 Current time use: School, education, occupation (Qu. 4) plsr9i1
22 Current time use: Housework (Qu. 4) plsr9i2
23 Current time use: Personal Leisure (Qu. 4) plsr9i3
24 Current time use: Partner (Qu. 4) plsr9i4
25 Current time use: Children (Qu. 4) plsr9i5
26 Current time use: Friends (Qu. 4) plsr9i6
27 Current time use: Voluntary work (Qu. 4) plsr9i7
28 VOP+: Undertake activities with partner (Qu. 5) pbce1i1
29 VOP+: Support from partner (Qu. 5) pbce1i2
30 VOP+: Increased social status because of partner (Qu. 5) pbce1i3
31 VOP+: Financial advantages in partnership (Qu. 5) pbce1i4
32 VOP+: Affection and feeling of safety in relationship (Qu. 5) pbce1i5
33 VOP+: Pursue own interests in partnership (Qu. 5) pbce1i12
34 VOP-: Stress in partnership (Qu. 5) pbce1i7
35 VOP-: Becoming boring or routine (Qu. 5) pbce1i8
36 VOP-: Family and friends rejecting/disliking partner (Qu. 5) pbce1i9
37 VOP-: Being constrained by partner (Qu. 5) pbce1i10
38 VOP-: Lovesickness and relationship problems (Qu. 5) pbce1i11
39 Satisfaction with relationship (Qu. 6) psat3
40 Estimation of partner's satisfaction with relationship (Qu. 7) psat4
41 Common household planned within next 12 months (Qu. 8) ppa9
42 Marriage planned within next 12 months (Qu. 9) ppa11
43 Seriously considered having children (Qu. 10) ppa13
44 Division of labor: Housework (Qu. 11) ppa14i1
45 Division of labor: Shopping (Qu. 11) ppa14i2
46 Division of labor: Home and auto repairs (Qu. 11) ppa14i3
47 Division of labor: Financial and administrative matters (Qu.11) ppa14i4
48 Division of labor: Taking care of the children (Qu. 11) ppa14i5
49 Indicated fairness of division of labor (Qu. 12) ppa15
50 I would like for our partnership to last for a long time (Qu. 13) ppa19i1
51 If giving up sth./giving in, I expect partner to show appreciation (Qu. 13) ppa19i3
52 In case of serious problems, I can imagine separating (Qu. 13) ppa19i5
53 If partnership no longer makes us happy, separation is only way out (Qu. 13) ppa19i6
54 When I do partner a favor, I expect sth. in return (Qu. 13) ppa19i7
55 I'm counting on a long-term future together with partner (Qu. 13) ppa19i8
56 Self assessment: Let partner know that I understand him/her (Qu. 14) ppa16i1
57 Self assessment: Listen, give chance to express himself/herself (Qu. 14) ppa16i2
58 Self assessment: Support partner when he/she has a problem (Qu. 14) ppa16i3
59 Assessment of partner: Lets me know that he/she understands me(Qu. 14) ppa16i4
60 Assessment of partner: Listens, gives chance to express myself (Qu. 14) ppa16i5
61 Assessment of Partner: Supports me when I have a problem (Qu. 14) ppa16i6
62 Disagree with partner: Spending leisure time (Qu. 15) ppa21i1
63 Disagree with partner: Division of chores (Qu. 15) ppa21i2
64 Disagree with partner: Financial matters (Qu. 15) ppa21i3
65 Disagree with partner: Involvement in career/education/school (Qu. 15) ppa21i4
66 Disagree with partner: How to relate with each other (Qu. 15) ppa21i5
67 Disagree with partner: Parenting (Qu. 15) ppa21i6
68 Assessment of partner: Insulted or verbally abused you (Qu. 16) ppa22pi1
69 Assessment of partner: Remained silent (Qu. 16) ppa22pi2
70 Assessment of partner: Yelled at you (Qu. 16) ppa22pi3
71 Assessment of partner: Listened and asked questions to understand (Qu. 16) ppa22pi4
72 Assessment of partner: Refused to talk about the subject (Qu. 16) ppa22pi5
73 Assessment of partner: Immediately felt insulted (Qu. 16) ppa22pi6
74 Assessment of partner: Tried to shift blame or guilt (Qu. 16) ppa22pi7
75 Assessment of partner: Endeavored to clarify position to you (Qu. 16) ppa22pi8
76 Self-assessment: Insulted or verbally abused partner (Qu. 16) ppa22ri1
77 Self-assessment: Remained silent (Qu. 16) ppa22ri2
78 Self-assessment: Yelled at partner (Qu. 16) ppa22ri3
79 Self-assessment: Listened and asked questions to understand (Qu. 16) ppa22ri4
80 Self-assessment: Refused to talk about the subject (Qu. 16) ppa22ri5
81 Self-assessment: Immediately felt insulted (Qu. 16) ppa22ri6
82 Self-assessment: Tried to shift blame or guilt (Qu. 16) ppa22ri7
83 Self-assessment: Endeavored clarify position to partner (Qu. 16) ppa22ri8
84 Frequency: Telling partner what you are thinking (Qu. 17) ppa17i1
85 Frequency: Partner expresses recognition for what you've done (Qu. 17) ppa17i2
86 Frequency: Partner makes you do things his/her way (Qu. 17) ppa17i3
87 Frequency: Annoyed or angry with each other (Qu. 17) ppa17i4
88 Frequency: Partner shows that he/she appreciates you (Qu. 17) ppa17i5
89 Frequency: Disagree and quarrel (Qu. 17) ppa17i6
90 Frequency: Partner gets his/her way when you can't agree (Qu. 17) ppa17i7
91 Frequency: Sharing secrets and private feelings with partner (Qu. 17) ppa17i8
92 Frequency: Feel torn regarding feelings for partner (Qu. 17) ppa17i9
93 Frequency: Have mixed feelings about partner (Qu. 17) ppa17i10
94 Partner finds it all right if I stand up for my own interests (Qu. 18) ppa18i1
95 Sometimes I'm afraid that partner would rather spend time with others (Qu. 18) ppa18i2
96 When we have problems, partner only thinks about his/her needs(Qu. 18) ppa18i3
97 Partner clings to me so much that I feel like I'm suffocating (Qu. 18) ppa18i4
98 I can contribute much to make us do well in our partnership (Qu. 18) ppa18i19
99 I can settle my personal matters by myself without conflicts (Qu. 18) ppa18i6
100 I have the feeling that I like partner more than he/she likes me (Qu. 18) ppa18i7
101 If I address a problem, it annoys him/her and makes him/her angry (Qu. 18) ppa18i8
102 I can meet the needs of my partner very well (Qu. 18) ppa18i9
103 Sometimes not sure if partner enjoys being with me as much as I (Qu. 18) ppa18i10
104 I can usually do what I want (Qu. 18) ppa18i11
105 Afraid partner could think I'm silly/stupid if I make a mistake (Qu. 18) ppa18i12
106 If I wanted change, partner would not take my concerns seriously (Qu. 18) ppa18i13
107 Partner clings to me so tightly that I can't do what I want (Qu. 18) ppa18i14
108 When I disappoint/annoy partner, I'm afraid he/she won't like me (Qu. 18) ppa18i15
109 I can follow own interests without partner getting upset (Qu. 18) ppa18i16
110 If I set goals in my partnership I can reach them (Qu. 18) ppa18i17
111 Partner can fulfill my needs very well (Qu. 18) ppa18i18
112 Thought partnership/marriage in serious trouble past year (Qu. 19) ppa26
113 Seriously considered separation/divorce past year (Qu. 20) ppa27
114 Seriously propose separation/divorce past year (Qu. 21) ppa28
115 Contraception used past 3 months (Qu. 22) psex5
116 Contraception: Birth control pill, mini pill (Qu. 23) psex6i1
117 Contraception: Condom (Qu. 23) psex6i2
118 Contraception: Hormone preparations (Qu. 23) psex6i3
119 Contraception: Intrauterine device (IUD) (Qu. 23) psex6i4
120 Contraception: Diaphragm, foam, suppository, gel (Qu. 23) psex6i5
121 Contraception: Natural birth control (Qu. 23) psex6i6
122 Contraception: Hysterectomy (female sterilization) (Qu. 23) psex6i7
123 Contraception: Vasectomy (male sterilization) (Qu. 23) psex6i8
124 Contraception: Withdrawal method, Coitus interruptus (Qu. 23) psex6i9
125 Contraception: The morning-after pill (Qu. 23) psex6i10
126 Contraception: Something else (Qu. 23) psex6i11
127 How consistently used contraception? (Qu. 24) psex7
128 Satisfaction with sex life (Qu. 25) psat5
129 Desired frequency of sexual intercourse (Qu. 26) psex13
130 Self-assessment: Possible to procreate by natural means (Qu. 27) pfrt1
131 Ideal circumstances: Number of children (Qu. 28) pfrt5
132 Additional children realistic? (Qu. 29) pfrt27
133 Realistical number of further biological or adopted children (Qu. 29) pfrt28
134 Intention to become mother/father within next 2 years (Qu. 30) pfrt7
135 Age realistically when having first/next child (Qu. 31) pfrt9
136 Tried to sire a child/get pregnant last 12 months (Qu. 32) pfrt3
137 Willingness to cut back: School, education, career (Qu. 33) pfrt12i1
138 Willingness to cut back: Leisure time act., hobbies, interests (Qu. 33) pfrt12i2
139 Willingness to cut back: Friends, social contacts (Qu. 33) pfrt12i3
140 Willingness to cut back: Partnership (Qu. 33) pfrt12i4
141 Effect of being parent on school, education, career (Qu. 34) pfrt25i1
142 Effect of being parent on leisure time act., hobbies, interests (Qu. 34) pfrt25i2
143 Effect of being parent on friends, social contacts (Qu. 34) pfrt25i3
144 Effect of being parent on partnership (Qu. 34) pfrt25i4
145 I am prepared to give up own wishes in favor of child (Qu. 35) pcrn32i1
146 Feeling as a parent: Partner supports me with child care (Qu. 35) pcrn20i5
147 For the well-being of child I would withstand everything (Qu. 35) pcrn32i2
148 Feeling as a parent: I feel recognised in my role by partner(Qu. 35) pcrn20i6
149 I do everything for the support of child (Qu. 35) pcrn32i3
150 NA plsr1i1
151 Leisure time: Do sports (Qu. 36) plsr1i2
152 Leisure time: Go to a night club (Qu. 36) plsr1i3
153 Leisure time: Meet with friends (Qu. 36) plsr1i4
154 Hours watched TV past week (Qu. 36) plsr2
155 Hours spent on personal Internet use past week (Qu. 36) plsr3
156 Weeks on vacation trips past year (Qu. 36) plsr4
157 Mother still living? (Qu. 37) pigr22
158 Father still living? (Qu. 37) pigr25
159 Frequency of contact with mother? (Qu. 38) pigr39p1
160 Frequency of contact with father? (Qu. 38) pigr39p3
161 Emotional closeness with mother today? (Qu. 39) pigr40p1
162 Emotional closeness with father today? (Qu. 40) pigr40p3
163 Timely distance to mother's dwelling? (Qu. 41) pigr41p1
164 Timely distance to father's dwelling? (Qu. 41) pigr41p3
165 Frequency: You tell your mother what you are thinking (Qu. 42) pigr42p1
166 Frequency: You tell your father what you are thinking (Qu. 42) pigr42p3
167 Frequency: You and mother annoyed/angry with each other (Qu. 43) pigr45p1
168 Frequency: You and father annoyed/angry with each other (Qu. 43) pigr45p3
169 Frequency: You and your mother disagree and quarrel (Qu. 44) pigr47p1
170 Frequency: You and your father disagree and quarrel (Qu. 44) pigr47p3
171 Frequency: You share with mother secrets/private feelings (Qu. 45) pigr49p1
172 Frequency: You share with father secrets/private feelings (Qu. 45) pigr49p3
173 Frequency: Feel torn regarding feelings for mother (Qu. 46) pigr98p1
174 Frequency: Feel torn regarding feelings for father (Qu. 46) pigr98p3
175 Frequency: Have mixed feelings about mother (Qu. 47) pigr99p1
176 Frequency: Have mixed feelings about father (Qu. 47) pigr99p3
177 Day of birth (Qu. 48) pdobd
178 Month of birth (Qu. 48) pdobm
179 Year of birth (Qu. 48) pdoby
180 Sex (Qu. 49) psex
181 Current marital status (Qu. 50) psd10
182 Highest level of education attained (Qu. 51) psd27
183 Other level of education (Qu. 51) psd27o
184 Currently: General secondary school (first education) (Qu. 52) psd23i1
185 Currently: Evening school, adult education (Qu. 52) psd23i2
186 Currently: Vocational training (Qu. 52) psd23i3
187 Currently: Vocational retraining/further education (Qu. 52) psd23i4
188 Currently: University of Cooperative Education (Berufsakademie) (Qu. 52) psd23i5
189 Currently: University of applied science, College, university (Qu. 52) psd23i6
190 Currently: Pre-vocational training (Qu. 52) psd23i7
191 Currently: Technical/professional school (Qu. 52) psd23i8
192 Currently: Other education (Qu. 52) psd23i9
193 Currently: Full-time employment (Qu. 52) psd23i10
194 Currently: Self-employment (Qu. 52) psd23i11
195 Currently: Part-time employment (also multiple part-time jobs) (Qu. 52) psd23i12
196 Currently: Internships, traineeship, voluntary service (Qu. 52) psd23i13
197 NA psd23i14
198 Currently: Occasional or irregular employment (Qu. 52) psd23i15
199 Currently: Other type of employment (Qu. 52) psd23i16
200 Currently: Maternity/paternity leave, leave of absence f. childcare (Qu. 52) psd23i17
201 Currently: Voluntary Social Service (Qu. 52) psd23i18
202 Currently: Unemployed, seeking employment (Qu. 52) psd23i19
203 Currently: Housewife/househusband (Qu. 52) psd23i20
204 Currently: Early retirement, retirement, occupational disability (Qu. 52) psd23i21
205 Currently: Other type of unemployment (Qu. 52) psd23i22
207 Satisfaction with balance between work and private life (Qu. 54) psat7
208 Gross income last month (Qu. 55) pinc1
209 Net income last month (Qu. 56) pinc2
210 Net income categories (Qu. 57) pinc21
211 Health status past 4 weeks (Qu. 58) phlt1
212 Ever smoked in life (Qu. 59a) phlt8
214 Do you smoke now (Qu. 59c) phlt10
215 Number of cigarettes smoked per day (Qu. 59d) phlt11i1
216 Number of pipes smoked per day (Qu. 59d) phlt11i2
217 Number of cigars/cigarillos smoked per day (Qu. 59d) phlt11i3
218 When stopped smoking: Month (Qu. 59e) phlt12m
219 When stopped smoking: Year (Qu. 59e) phlt12y
220 Frequency alcohol consumption (Qu. 60a) phlt14
221 Frequency 5 or more alcoholic drinks in last 4 weeks (Qu. 60b) phlt13
222 Body height in cm (Qu. 61) phlt3
223 Weight in kg (Qu. 62) phlt4
224 Hours of sleep per night during working week (Qu. 63) phlt7
225 Structure of household: My child/my children (Qu. 64) psd100i1
226 Structure of household: Parents/Step-parents (Qu. 64) psd100i2
227 Structure of household: Siblings (Qu. 64) psd100i3
228 Structure of household: Grand-parents (Qu. 64) psd100i4
229 Structure of household: Other relatives (Qu. 64) psd100i5
230 Structure of household: Friends (Qu. 64) psd100i6
231 Structure of household: Room- or housemate (Qu. 64) psd100i7
232 Structure of household: Living alone (Qu. 64) psd100i8
234 Structure of household: Number of Parents/Step-parents (Qu. 64) psd101i2
235 Structure of household: Number of Siblings (Qu. 64) psd101i3
236 Structure of household: Number of Grand-parents (Qu. 64) psd101i4
237 Structure of household: Number of Other relatives (Qu. 64) psd101i5
238 Structure of household: Number of Friends (Qu. 64) psd101i6
239 Structure of household: Number of Room-/Housemates (Qu. 64) psd101i7
240 My mood is melancholy (Qu. 65) pper2i1
241 I am happy (Qu. 65) pper2i2
242 I am depressed (Qu. 65) pper2i3
244 I am in desperation (Qu. 65) pper2i5
245 My mood is gloomy (Qu. 65) pper2i6
246 I feel good (Qu. 65) pper2i7
247 I feel secure (Qu. 65) pper2i8
248 I am calm and composed (Qu. 65) pper2i9
249 I enjoy life (Qu. 65) pper2i10
250 Life satisfaction (Qu. 66) psat6
251 Do you have children; biological or adopted (Qu. 67) psd9
252 Month of birth child 1 (Qu. 68) psd19k1m
254 Sex child 1 (Qu. 68) psd14k1g
255 Status child 1 (Qu. 68) psd15k1
256 Cohabitation with child 1 currently (Qu. 68) psd20k1
257 Month of birth child 2 (Qu. 68) psd19k2m
258 Year of birth child 2 (Qu. 68) psd19k2y
259 Sex child 2 (Qu. 68) psd14k2g
260 Status child 2 (Qu. 68) psd15k2
261 Cohabitation with child 2 currently (Qu. 68) psd20k2
263 Year of birth child 3 (Qu. 68) psd19k3y
264 Sex child 3 (Qu. 68) psd14k3g
265 Status child 3 (Qu. 68) psd15k3
266 Cohabitation with child 3 currently (Qu. 68) psd20k3
267 Month of birth child 4 (Qu. 68) psd19k4m
268 Year of birth child 4 (Qu. 68) psd19k4y
269 Sex child 4 (Qu. 68) psd14k4g
270 Status child 4 (Qu. 68) psd15k4
271 Cohabitation with child 4 currently (Qu. 68) psd20k4
272 Parenting goals: Eat healthy foods and get exercise (Qu. 69) pcrn19i1
273 Parenting goals: Be likeable and liked by others (Qu. 69) pcrn19i2
274 Parenting goals: Integrate into groups (Qu. 69) pcrn19i3
275 Parenting goals: Be respected by others, have a good standing (Qu. 69) pcrn19i4
276 Parenting goals: Be able to get one's way, to have a strong will (Qu. 69) pcrn19i5
277 Parenting goals: Accept rules and to be able to obey (Qu. 69) pcrn19i6
278 Parenting goals: Be independent and to do things autonomously (Qu. 69) pcrn19i7
279 Parenting goals: Be able to form one's own opinion (Qu. 69) pcrn19i8
280 Parenting goals: Achieve higher education (Qu. 69) pcrn19i9
281 Parenting goals: Be industrious (Qu. 69) pcrn19i10
282 Parenting goals: Be responsible (Qu. 69) pcrn19i11
283 Parenting goals: Learn how to conduct him/herself (Qu. 69) pcrn19i12
284 Handicapped or disable to work full time (Qu. 70) phlt5
285 To what extent handicapped? (Qu. 71) phlt6
286 Religious denomination (Qu. 72) psd30
287 Frequency of visits of church/mosque/synagogue/religious ceremonies (Qu. 73) psd31
288 Year of birth mother(Qu. 74) pigr1y
289 Year of birth father(Qu. 74) pigr2y
290 I often agree with others, even if I'm not sure (Qu. 75) pper1i1
291 Sometimes I believe that I'm worthless (Qu. 75) pper1i2
292 I become angry very quickly (Qu. 75) pper1i3
293 I feel inhibited in the presence of others (Qu. 75) pper1i4
294 I often change my mind after hearing what others think (Qu. 75) pper1i5
295 I feel lonely (Qu. 75) pper1i6
296 I like myself just the way I am (Qu. 75) pper1i7
297 I work myself up into a quarrel easily (Qu. 75) pper1i8
298 I feel shy in the presence of others (Qu. 75) pper1i9
300 When others irritate me, I get angry very quickly (Qu. 75) pper1i11
301 I approach other people easily (Qu. 75) pper1i12
302 All in all, I am pleased with myself (Qu. 75) pper1i13
303 I am usually modest and reserved (Qu. 76) pper3i1
304 I tend to criticize others (Qu. 76) pper3i2
305 I complete my tasks thoroughly (Qu. 76) pper3i3
306 I easily become depressed or discouraged (Qu. 76) pper3i4
308 I get enthusiastic easily and can motivate others easily (Qu. 76) pper3i6
309 I trust others easily and believe that people are inherently good (Qu. 76) pper3i7
310 I make things comfortable for myself and tend to be lazy (Qu. 76) pper3i8
311 NA pper3i9
312 I am intellectual and like to contemplate things (Qu. 76) pper3i10
313 NA pper3i11
315 I am proficient and work quickly (Qu. 76) pper3i13
317 I am very imaginative (Qu. 76) pper3i15
318 I am extroverted (Qu. 76) pper3i16
319 I can be gruff and dismissive with others (Qu. 76) pper3i17
320 I make plans and carry them out (Qu. 76) pper3i18
321 I easily become nervous and insecure (Qu. 76) pper3i19
322 I appreciate artistic and aesthetic impressions (Qu. 76) pper3i20
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