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Epidemiology Surveys


Variable Label: Problems during bad fear or panic episode


PD1INTR1

Earlier you mentioned having attacks of fear or panic when all of a sudden you felt very frightened, anxious, or uneasy. Think of a bad attack like that. During that attack, which of the following problems did you have?

PRESS 1 TO CONTINUE

  • Valid N: 1693
  • Refused: 0
  • Don't Know: 0
  • Missing (Other): 0
  • Missing (System): 18320
MeanStd DevMedianMinMax
01.0000.0001.0001.00001.000
  • Valid Range: 1 - 1
  • Total Cases: 20013

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Variable Label: Problems during bad episode of short breath/heart race/dizzy


PD1INTR2

Earlier you mentioned having attacks when all of a sudden you had several problems like being short of breath, your heart pounding or feeling dizzy, and being afraid you would die or go crazy. Think of a bad attack like that. During that attack, which of the following problems did you have?

PRESS 1 TO CONTINUE

  • Valid N: 192
  • Refused: 0
  • Don't Know: 0
  • Missing (Other): 0
  • Missing (System): 19821
MeanStd DevMedianMinMax
01.0000.0001.0001.00001.000
  • Valid Range: 1 - 1
  • Total Cases: 20013

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Variable Label: Problems during anxiety attack/thought losing mind


PD1INTR3

Earlier you mentioned having anxiety attacks, when you thought you might lose your mind. During that attack, which of the following problems did you have?

PRESS 1 TO CONTINUE

  • Valid N: 71
  • Refused: 0
  • Don't Know: 0
  • Missing (Other): 0
  • Missing (System): 19942
MeanStd DevMedianMinMax
01.0000.0001.0001.00001.000
  • Valid Range: 1 - 1
  • Total Cases: 20013

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Variable Label: During attack-heart racing


PD1a

Did your heart pound or race?

1 YES

5 NO

ValueLabelFrequencyValid
Percent
Total
Percent
1YES755482.86%37.75%
5NO156317.14%07.81%
-9REFUSED6-00.03%
-8DONT KNOW95-00.47%
.Missing10795-53.94%

Disclaimer: Frequencies displayed above are not weighted.

  • Missing Data Codes: -9 (Refused), -8 (Don't know), . (Missing)
  • Total Cases: 20013

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Variable Label: During attack-short of breath


PD1b

Were you short of breath?

1 YES

5 NO

ValueLabelFrequencyValid
Percent
Total
Percent
1YES418645.99%20.92%
5NO491554.01%24.56%
-9REFUSED8-00.04%
-8DONT KNOW109-00.54%
.Missing10795-53.94%

Disclaimer: Frequencies displayed above are not weighted.

  • Missing Data Codes: -9 (Refused), -8 (Don't know), . (Missing)
  • Total Cases: 20013

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Variable Label: During attack-nausea/stomach discomfort


PD1c

Did you have nausea or discomfort in your stomach?

1 YES

5 NO

ValueLabelFrequencyValid
Percent
Total
Percent
1YES366940.09%18.33%
5NO548259.91%27.39%
-9REFUSED8-00.04%
-8DONT KNOW59-00.29%
.Missing10795-53.94%

Disclaimer: Frequencies displayed above are not weighted.

  • Missing Data Codes: -9 (Refused), -8 (Don't know), . (Missing)
  • Total Cases: 20013

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Variable Label: During attack-feel dizzy


PD1d

Did you feel dizzy or faint?

1 YES

5 NO

ValueLabelFrequencyValid
Percent
Total
Percent
1YES306233.38%15.30%
5NO611066.62%30.53%
-9REFUSED7-00.03%
-8DONT KNOW39-00.19%
.Missing10795-53.94%

Disclaimer: Frequencies displayed above are not weighted.

  • Missing Data Codes: -9 (Refused), -8 (Don't know), . (Missing)
  • Total Cases: 20013

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Variable Label: During attack-sweating


PD1e

Did you sweat?

1 YES

5 NO

ValueLabelFrequencyValid
Percent
Total
Percent
1YES373247.40%18.65%
5NO414252.60%20.70%
-9REFUSED7-00.03%
-8DONT KNOW168-00.84%
.Missing11964-59.78%

Disclaimer: Frequencies displayed above are not weighted.

  • Missing Data Codes: -9 (Refused), -8 (Don't know), . (Missing)
  • Total Cases: 20013

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Variable Label: During attack-trembling or shaking


PD1f

Did you tremble or shake?

1 YES

5 NO

ValueLabelFrequencyValid
Percent
Total
Percent
1YES278141.45%13.90%
5NO392858.55%19.63%
-9REFUSED8-00.04%
-8DONT KNOW99-00.49%
.Missing13197-65.94%

Disclaimer: Frequencies displayed above are not weighted.

  • Missing Data Codes: -9 (Refused), -8 (Don't know), . (Missing)
  • Total Cases: 20013

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Variable Label: During attack-dry mouth


PD1g

Did you have a dry mouth?

1 YES

5 NO

ValueLabelFrequencyValid
Percent
Total
Percent
1YES130924.59%06.54%
5NO401475.41%20.06%
-9REFUSED8-00.04%
-8DONT KNOW333-01.66%
.Missing14349-71.70%

Disclaimer: Frequencies displayed above are not weighted.

  • Missing Data Codes: -9 (Refused), -8 (Don't know), . (Missing)
  • Total Cases: 20013

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Variable Label: During attack-felt you are choking


PD1h

Did you feel like you were choking?

1 YES

5 NO

ValueLabelFrequencyValid
Percent
Total
Percent
1YES31906.35%01.59%
5NO470493.65%23.50%
-9REFUSED8-00.04%
-8DONT KNOW35-00.17%
.Missing14947-74.69%

Disclaimer: Frequencies displayed above are not weighted.

  • Missing Data Codes: -9 (Refused), -8 (Don't know), . (Missing)
  • Total Cases: 20013

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Variable Label: During attack-chest discomfort


PD1i

Did you have pain or discomfort in your chest?

1 YES

5 NO

ValueLabelFrequencyValid
Percent
Total
Percent
1YES68414.10%03.42%
5NO416685.90%20.82%
-9REFUSED8-00.04%
-8DONT KNOW39-00.19%
.Missing15116-75.53%

Disclaimer: Frequencies displayed above are not weighted.

  • Missing Data Codes: -9 (Refused), -8 (Don't know), . (Missing)
  • Total Cases: 20013

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Variable Label: During attack-might lose control or go crazy


PD1j

Were you afraid that you might lose control of yourself or go crazy?

1 YES

5 NO

ValueLabelFrequencyValid
Percent
Total
Percent
1YES64814.36%03.24%
5NO386585.64%19.31%
-9REFUSED8-00.04%
-8DONT KNOW20-00.10%
.Missing15472-77.31%

Disclaimer: Frequencies displayed above are not weighted.

  • Missing Data Codes: -9 (Refused), -8 (Don't know), . (Missing)
  • Total Cases: 20013

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Variable Label: During attack-felt you were not really there


PD1k

Did you feel that you were "not really there", like you were watching a movie of yourself?

1 YES

5 NO

ValueLabelFrequencyValid
Percent
Total
Percent
1YES73417.42%03.67%
5NO348082.58%17.39%
-9REFUSED8-00.04%
-8DONT KNOW24-00.12%
.Missing15767-78.78%

Disclaimer: Frequencies displayed above are not weighted.

  • Missing Data Codes: -9 (Refused), -8 (Don't know), . (Missing)
  • Total Cases: 20013

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Variable Label: During attack-feel things around you unreal/dreamlike


PD1l

Did you feel that things around you were unreal or like a dream?

1 YES

5 NO

ValueLabelFrequencyValid
Percent
Total
Percent
1YES33709.68%01.68%
5NO314690.32%15.72%
-9REFUSED8-00.04%
-8DONT KNOW21-00.10%
.Missing16501-82.45%

Disclaimer: Frequencies displayed above are not weighted.

  • Missing Data Codes: -9 (Refused), -8 (Don't know), . (Missing)
  • Total Cases: 20013

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Variable Label: During attack-afraid of passing out


PD1m

Were you afraid that you might pass out?

1 YES

5 NO

ValueLabelFrequencyValid
Percent
Total
Percent
1YES33508.95%01.67%
5NO341091.05%17.04%
-9REFUSED8-00.04%
-8DONT KNOW23-00.11%
.Missing16237-81.13%

Disclaimer: Frequencies displayed above are not weighted.

  • Missing Data Codes: -9 (Refused), -8 (Don't know), . (Missing)
  • Total Cases: 20013

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Variable Label: During attack-afraid might die


PD1n

Were you afraid that you might die?

1 YES

5 NO

ValueLabelFrequencyValid
Percent
Total
Percent
1YES52314.67%02.61%
5NO304385.33%15.21%
-9REFUSED8-00.04%
-8DONT KNOW14-00.07%
.Missing16425-82.07%

Disclaimer: Frequencies displayed above are not weighted.

  • Missing Data Codes: -9 (Refused), -8 (Don't know), . (Missing)
  • Total Cases: 20013

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Variable Label: During attack-hot flushes or chills


PD1o

Did you have hot flushes or chills?

1 YES

5 NO

ValueLabelFrequencyValid
Percent
Total
Percent
1YES38311.67%01.91%
5NO290088.33%14.49%
-9REFUSED8-00.04%
-8DONT KNOW49-00.24%
.Missing16673-83.31%

Disclaimer: Frequencies displayed above are not weighted.

  • Missing Data Codes: -9 (Refused), -8 (Don't know), . (Missing)
  • Total Cases: 20013

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Variable Label: During attack-numbness or tingling


PD1p

Did you have numbness or tingling sensations?

1 YES

5 NO

ValueLabelFrequencyValid
Percent
Total
Percent
1YES13504.38%00.67%
5NO294795.62%14.73%
-9REFUSED8-00.04%
-8DONT KNOW30-00.15%
.Missing16893-84.41%

Disclaimer: Frequencies displayed above are not weighted.

  • Missing Data Codes: -9 (Refused), -8 (Don't know), . (Missing)
  • Total Cases: 20013

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Variable Label: INTERVIEWER CHECKPOINT


PD2

INTERVIEWER CHECKPOINT: (SEE *PD1 SERIES)

Count of 'YES' answers in *PD1 SERIES

If ZERO OR ONE YES-RESPONSE IN *PD1 SERIES PROGRAM SKIPS TO THE NEXT SECTION

1 ZERO TO THREE YES RESPONSES IN *PD1 SERIES

2 ALL OTHERS

ValueLabelFrequencyValid
Percent
Total
Percent
1ZERO TO THREE YES RESPONSES IN *PD1 SERIES154234.64%07.70%
2ALL OTHERS291065.36%14.54%
.Missing15561-77.75%

Disclaimer: Frequencies displayed above are not weighted.

  • Missing Data Codes: . (Missing)
  • Total Cases: 20013

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Variable Label: Attack symptoms began and reached peak within 10 min


PD3

During your attacks did the problems like [(PARENTHETICAL PHRASE OF FIRST THREE YES RESPONSES IN PD1 SERIES)] begin suddenly and reach their peak within ten minutes after the attacks began?

(IF NEC: Did they begin within ten minutes after the start of the attack?)

1 YES

3 (IF VOL) SOMETIMES

5 NO

ValueLabelFrequencyValid
Percent
Total
Percent
1YES456375.92%22.80%
3(IF VOL) SOMETIMES16402.73%00.82%
5NO128321.35%06.41%
-9REFUSED1-00.00%
-8DONT KNOW157-00.78%
.Missing13845-69.18%

Disclaimer: Frequencies displayed above are not weighted.

  • Missing Data Codes: -9 (Refused), -8 (Don't know), . (Missing)
  • Total Cases: 20013

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Variable Label: # of sudden attacks in lifetime


PD4

About how many of these sudden attacks have you had in your entire lifetime?

IF R REPORTS MORE THAN 900, CODE 900
IF R REPORTS 'MORE THAN I CAN REMEMBER', CODE 995

  • Valid N: 4114
  • Refused: 186
  • Don't Know: 0
  • Missing (Other): 427
  • Missing (System): 15286
MeanStd DevMedianMinMax
20.4589.7304.0001.000900.000
  • Valid Range: 1 - 900
  • Total Cases: 20013

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Variable Label: INTERVIEWER CHECKPOINT


PD5

INTERVIEWER CHECKPOINT: (SEE *PD4)

1 ONE LIFETIME ATTACK

2 ALL OTHERS

ValueLabelFrequencyValid
Percent
Total
Percent
1ONE LIFETIME ATTACK35416.74%01.77%
2ALL OTHERS176183.26%08.80%
.Missing17898-89.43%

Disclaimer: Frequencies displayed above are not weighted.

  • Missing Data Codes: . (Missing)
  • Total Cases: 20013

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Variable Label: When did attack occur


PD6

When did the attack occur - in the past month, two to six months ago, seven to twelve months ago, or more than twelve months ago?

1 PAST MONTH

2 TWO TO SIX MONTHS

3 SEVEN TO TWELVE MONTHS

4 MORE THAN TWELVE MONTHS

ValueLabelFrequencyValid
Percent
Total
Percent
1PAST MONTH2403.41%00.12%
2TWO TO SIX MONTHS5908.39%00.29%
3SEVEN TO TWELVE MONTHS4306.12%00.21%
4MORE THAN TWELVE MONTHS57782.08%02.88%
.Missing19310-96.49%

Disclaimer: Frequencies displayed above are not weighted.

  • Missing Data Codes: . (Missing)
  • Total Cases: 20013

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Variable Label: Remember exact age at attack


PD7

Can you remember your exact age when the attack occurred?

1 YES

5 NO

ValueLabelFrequencyValid
Percent
Total
Percent
1YES50587.67%02.52%
5NO7112.33%00.35%
-8DONT KNOW1-00.00%
.Missing19436-97.12%

Disclaimer: Frequencies displayed above are not weighted.

  • Missing Data Codes: -8 (Don't know), . (Missing)
  • Total Cases: 20013

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Variable Label: Age at attack


PD7a

(IF NEC: How old were you?)

  • Valid N: 505
  • Refused: 0
  • Don't Know: 0
  • Missing (Other): 0
  • Missing (System): 19508
MeanStd DevMedianMinMax
31.0514.3429.0004.00082.000
  • Valid Range: 4 - 82
  • Total Cases: 20013

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Variable Label: Estimate age at attack-computed


PD7b

About how old were you?

  • Valid N: 13
  • Refused: 1
  • Don't Know: 0
  • Missing (Other): 0
  • Missing (System): 19999
MeanStd DevMedianMinMax
32.0015.5632.0000.00050.000
  • Valid Range: 0 - 50
  • Total Cases: 20013

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Variable Label: Estimate age at attack


PD7b1

About how old were you?

IF 'ALL MY LIFE' OR 'AS LONG AS I CAN REMEMBER', CODE: DON'T KNOW

  • Valid N: 67
  • Refused: 5
  • Don't Know: 0
  • Missing (Other): 0
  • Missing (System): 19941
MeanStd DevMedianMinMax
32.1316.5629.0000.00077.000
  • Valid Range: 0 - 77
  • Total Cases: 20013

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Variable Label: Attack before started school


PD7b2

Was it before you first started school?

1 YES

5 NO

ValueLabelFrequencyValid
Percent
Total
Percent
1YES120.00%00.00%
5NO480.00%00.02%
.Missing20008-99.98%

Disclaimer: Frequencies displayed above are not weighted.

  • Missing Data Codes: . (Missing)
  • Total Cases: 20013

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Variable Label: Attack before teenager


PD7b3

Was it before you were a teenager?

1 YES

5 NO

ValueLabelFrequencyValid
Percent
Total
Percent
5NO4100.00%00.02%
.Missing20009-99.98%

Disclaimer: Frequencies displayed above are not weighted.

  • Missing Data Codes: . (Missing)
  • Total Cases: 20013

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Variable Label: Situation in which attack occurred


PD8

Attacks of this sort can occur in three different situations. The first are when the attacks occur unexpectedly 'out of the blue'. The second are when a person has an unreasonably strong fear. For example, some people have a terrible fear of bugs or of heights or of being in a crowd. The third are when a person is in real danger, like a car accident or a bank robbery.

Which of these three describes your attack - did it occur unexpectedly 'out of the blue', in a situation that you strongly fear, or in a situation of real danger?

IF R THOUGHT THERE WAS REAL DANGER EVEN THOUGH IT TURNED OUT NOT TO BE DANGEROUS, CODE 'REAL DANGER'.

1 OUT OF THE BLUE

2 STRONG FEAR

3 REAL DANGER

ValueLabelFrequencyValid
Percent
Total
Percent
1OUT OF THE BLUE37654.65%01.88%
2STRONG FEAR11917.30%00.59%
3REAL DANGER19328.05%00.96%
-9REFUSED1-00.00%
-8DONT KNOW14-00.07%
.Missing19310-96.49%

Disclaimer: Frequencies displayed above are not weighted.

  • Missing Data Codes: -9 (Refused), -8 (Don't know), . (Missing)
  • Total Cases: 20013

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Variable Label: Remember exact age of 1st attack


PD9

Can you remember your exact age the very first time you had one of these attacks?

1 YES

5 NO

ValueLabelFrequencyValid
Percent
Total
Percent
1YES302676.55%15.12%
5NO92723.45%04.63%
-9REFUSED1-00.00%
-8DONT KNOW70-00.35%
.Missing15989-79.89%

Disclaimer: Frequencies displayed above are not weighted.

  • Missing Data Codes: -9 (Refused), -8 (Don't know), . (Missing)
  • Total Cases: 20013

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Variable Label: Age 1st attack


PD9a

(IF NEC: How old were you?)

  • Valid N: 3022
  • Refused: 4
  • Don't Know: 0
  • Missing (Other): 0
  • Missing (System): 16987
MeanStd DevMedianMinMax
22.9213.4319.0003.00090.000
  • Valid Range: 3 - 90
  • Total Cases: 20013

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Variable Label: Estimate age 1st attack-computed


PD9b

About how old were you?

  • Valid N: 323
  • Refused: 52
  • Don't Know: 1
  • Missing (Other): 0
  • Missing (System): 19637
MeanStd DevMedianMinMax
20.2712.9416.0003.00073.000
  • Valid Range: 3 - 73
  • Total Cases: 20013

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Variable Label: Estimate age 1st attack


PD9b1

About how old were you?

IF R REPORTS 'ALL MY LIFE' OR 'AS LONG AS I CAN REMEMBER', CODE: DON'T KNOW.

  • Valid N: 796
  • Refused: 201
  • Don't Know: 1
  • Missing (Other): 0
  • Missing (System): 19015
MeanStd DevMedianMinMax
21.9013.6818.0003.00096.000
  • Valid Range: 3 - 96
  • Total Cases: 20013

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Variable Label: 1st attack before started school


PD9b2

Was it before you first started school?

1 YES

5 NO

ValueLabelFrequencyValid
Percent
Total
Percent
1YES2413.64%00.12%
5NO15286.36%00.76%
-8DONT KNOW25-00.12%
.Missing19812-99.00%

Disclaimer: Frequencies displayed above are not weighted.

  • Missing Data Codes: -8 (Don't know), . (Missing)
  • Total Cases: 20013

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Variable Label: 1st attack before teenager


PD9b3

Was it before you were a teenager?

1 YES

5 NO

ValueLabelFrequencyValid
Percent
Total
Percent
1YES5534.59%00.27%
5NO10465.41%00.52%
-8DONT KNOW18-00.09%
.Missing19836-99.12%

Disclaimer: Frequencies displayed above are not weighted.

  • Missing Data Codes: -8 (Don't know), . (Missing)
  • Total Cases: 20013

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Variable Label: DID R SAY YES TO SC20 or SC20a?


PD0a.

INTERVIEWER CHECKPOINT (SEE REFERENCE CARD)

1 SC20=YES

2 SC20a=YES

ValueLabelFrequencyValid
Percent
Total
Percent
1SC20=YES215586.37%10.77%
2SC20A=YES34013.63%01.70%
.Missing17518-87.53%

Disclaimer: Frequencies displayed above are not weighted.

  • Missing Data Codes: . (Missing)
  • Total Cases: 20013

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Variable Label: Any attack in past year


PD10

Did you have one of these attacks at any time in the past 12 months?

1 YES

5 NO

ValueLabelFrequencyValid
Percent
Total
Percent
1YES175443.61%08.76%
5NO226856.39%11.33%
-8DONT KNOW2-00.01%
.Missing15989-79.89%

Disclaimer: Frequencies displayed above are not weighted.

  • Missing Data Codes: -8 (Don't know), . (Missing)
  • Total Cases: 20013

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Variable Label: How recent in past year attack occurred


PD10a

How recently - in the past month, between two and six months ago, or more than six months ago?

1 PAST MONTH

2 BETWEEN TWO AND SIX MONTHS AGO

3 MORE THAN SIX MONTHS AGO

ValueLabelFrequencyValid
Percent
Total
Percent
1PAST MONTH56532.25%02.82%
2BETWEEN TWO AND SIX MONTHS AGO79345.26%03.96%
3MORE THAN SIX MONTHS AGO39422.49%01.97%
-8DONT KNOW2-00.01%
.Missing18259-91.24%

Disclaimer: Frequencies displayed above are not weighted.

  • Missing Data Codes: -8 (Don't know), . (Missing)
  • Total Cases: 20013

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Variable Label: # of weeks in past year had at least one attack


PD10b

How many weeks in the past 12 months did you have at least one attack?

  • Valid N: 1668
  • Refused: 84
  • Don't Know: 2
  • Missing (Other): 0
  • Missing (System): 18259
MeanStd DevMedianMinMax
05.7610.9702.0000.00052.000
  • Valid Range: 0 - 52
  • Total Cases: 20013

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Variable Label: Total # of attacks in past year


PD10c

And how many attacks in all did you have in the past 12 months?

  • Valid N: 1653
  • Refused: 99
  • Don't Know: 2
  • Missing (Other): 0
  • Missing (System): 18259
MeanStd DevMedianMinMax
09.9337.8402.0000.000730.000
  • Valid Range: 0 - 730
  • Total Cases: 20013

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Variable Label: Age at last attack


PD10d

How old were you the last time you had one of these attacks?

  • Valid N: 2184
  • Refused: 85
  • Don't Know: 2
  • Missing (Other): 0
  • Missing (System): 17742
MeanStd DevMedianMinMax
33.8513.9132.0001.00090.000
  • Valid Range: 1 - 90
  • Total Cases: 20013

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Variable Label: Largest number attacks in any single year


PD11

What is the largest number of attacks you ever had in any single year of your life?

  • Valid N: 3585
  • Refused: 434
  • Don't Know: 5
  • Missing (Other): 0
  • Missing (System): 15989
MeanStd DevMedianMinMax
11.5047.3402.0000.000997.000
  • Valid Range: 0 - 997
  • Total Cases: 20013

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Variable Label: # of separate years at least had 1 attack


PD12

About how many separate years in your life did you have at least one attack?

  • Valid N: 3637
  • Refused: 379
  • Don't Know: 8
  • Missing (Other): 0
  • Missing (System): 15989
MeanStd DevMedianMinMax
05.7007.9203.0000.000100.000
  • Valid Range: 0 - 100
  • Total Cases: 20013

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Variable Label: After attack, worried for month or more about another attack


PD13a

After having one of these attacks, did you ever have any of the following experiences:

A month or more when you often worried that you might have another attack?

1 YES

5 NO

ValueLabelFrequencyValid
Percent
Total
Percent
1YES148536.94%07.42%
5NO253563.06%12.67%
-9REFUSED1-00.00%
-8DONT KNOW3-00.01%
.Missing15989-79.89%

Disclaimer: Frequencies displayed above are not weighted.

  • Missing Data Codes: -9 (Refused), -8 (Don't know), . (Missing)
  • Total Cases: 20013

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Variable Label: Worried for mth or more something terrible might happen


PD13b

(After having one of these attacks, did you ever have any of the following experiences:)

A month or more when you worried that something terrible might happen because of the attacks, like having a car accident, having a heart attack, or losing control?

1 YES

5 NO

ValueLabelFrequencyValid
Percent
Total
Percent
1YES40816.08%02.04%
5NO213083.92%10.64%
-8DONT KNOW1-00.00%
.Missing17474-87.31%

Disclaimer: Frequencies displayed above are not weighted.

  • Missing Data Codes: -8 (Don't know), . (Missing)
  • Total Cases: 20013

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Variable Label: Changed everyday activities for month or more


PD13c

(After having one of these attacks, did you ever have any of the following experiences:)

A month or more when you changed your everyday activities because of the attacks?

1 YES

5 NO

A discrepancy exists between the question text in the surveys. You may wish to compare question text to determine how it affects the variable results.

ValueLabelFrequencyValid
Percent
Total
Percent
1YES18708.78%00.93%
5NO194391.22%09.71%
-8DONT KNOW1-00.00%
.Missing17882-89.35%

Disclaimer: Frequencies displayed above are not weighted.

  • Missing Data Codes: -8 (Don't know), . (Missing)
  • Total Cases: 20013

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Variable Label: Avoided situations due to fear another attack for mth or more


PD13d

(After having one of these attacks, did you ever have any of the following experiences:)

A month or more when you avoided certain situations because of fear about having another attack?

1 YES

5 NO

A discrepancy exists between the question text in the surveys. You may wish to compare question text to determine how it affects the variable results.

ValueLabelFrequencyValid
Percent
Total
Percent
1YES37719.40%01.88%
5NO156680.60%07.82%
-8DONT KNOW1-00.00%
.Missing18069-90.29%

Disclaimer: Frequencies displayed above are not weighted.

  • Missing Data Codes: -8 (Don't know), . (Missing)
  • Total Cases: 20013

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Variable Label: INTERVIEWER CHECKPOINT


PD14

INTERVIEWER CHECKPOINT: (SEE *PD13a-d)

1 AT LEAST ONE YES IN *PD13a-d SERIES

2 ALL OTHERS

ValueLabelFrequencyValid
Percent
Total
Percent
1AT LEAST ONE YES IN *PD13A-D SERIES118967.52%05.94%
2ALL OTHERS57232.48%02.86%
.Missing18252-91.20%

Disclaimer: Frequencies displayed above are not weighted.

  • Missing Data Codes: . (Missing)
  • Total Cases: 20013

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Variable Label: Age 1st mth of worry/change activities/avoid sits due to attack


PD15

How old were you the first time you had a month when you either often worried, changed your everyday activities, or avoided certain situations because of the attacks?

  • Valid N: 2266
  • Refused: 185
  • Don't Know: 7
  • Missing (Other): 0
  • Missing (System): 17555
MeanStd DevMedianMinMax
26.8914.2824.0000.00086.000
  • Valid Range: 0 - 86
  • Total Cases: 20013

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Variable Label: Month of worry or change in activities in past 12 mths


PD16

Did you have a month of worry or change in activity like that in the past 12 months?

1 YES

5 NO

ValueLabelFrequencyValid
Percent
Total
Percent
1YES87035.45%04.35%
5NO158464.55%07.91%
-8DONT KNOW4-00.02%
.Missing17555-87.72%

Disclaimer: Frequencies displayed above are not weighted.

  • Missing Data Codes: -8 (Don't know), . (Missing)
  • Total Cases: 20013

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Variable Label: How recent the worry and change in activities


PD16a

How recently - in the past month, between two and six months ago, or more than six months ago?

1 PAST MONTH

2 BETWEEN TWO AND SIX MONTHS

3 MORE THAN SIX MONTHS

ValueLabelFrequencyValid
Percent
Total
Percent
1PAST MONTH30935.60%01.54%
2BETWEEN TWO AND SIX MONTHS36241.71%01.81%
3MORE THAN SIX MONTHS19722.70%00.98%
-8DONT KNOW2-00.01%
.Missing19143-95.65%

Disclaimer: Frequencies displayed above are not weighted.

  • Missing Data Codes: -8 (Don't know), . (Missing)
  • Total Cases: 20013

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Variable Label: # of months of worry or change in activities in past 12 mths


PD16b

How many months of worry or change in activity did you have in the past 12 months?

  • Valid N: 819
  • Refused: 51
  • Don't Know: 0
  • Missing (Other): 0
  • Missing (System): 19143
MeanStd DevMedianMinMax
04.9104.1203.0000.00012.000
  • Valid Range: 0 - 12
  • Total Cases: 20013

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Variable Label: Frequency of worry in severe episode in past 12 mths


PD16c

During the time in the past 12 months when your worry about having another attack was most frequent and severe, did you worry nearly all the time, most of the time, often, sometimes, or only rarely?

1 NEARLY ALL THE TIME

2 MOST OF THE TIME

3 OFTEN

4 SOMETIMES

5 ONLY RARELY

ValueLabelFrequencyValid
Percent
Total
Percent
1NEARLY ALL THE TIME12314.19%00.61%
2MOST OF THE TIME18721.57%00.93%
3OFTEN18921.80%00.94%
4SOMETIMES21424.68%01.07%
5ONLY RARELY15417.76%00.77%
-8DONT KNOW3-00.01%
.Missing19143-95.65%

Disclaimer: Frequencies displayed above are not weighted.

  • Missing Data Codes: -8 (Don't know), . (Missing)
  • Total Cases: 20013

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Variable Label: Severity of worry during severe episode


PD16d

And how severe was the worry during this time -- mild, moderate, severe, or so severe that you were unable to carry out important tasks?

1 MILD

2 MODERATE

3 SEVERE

4 SO SEVERE

ValueLabelFrequencyValid
Percent
Total
Percent
1MILD25429.26%01.27%
2MODERATE35040.32%01.75%
3SEVERE19222.12%00.96%
4SO SEVERE7208.29%00.36%
-8DONT KNOW1-00.00%
.Missing19144-95.66%

Disclaimer: Frequencies displayed above are not weighted.

  • Missing Data Codes: -8 (Don't know), . (Missing)
  • Total Cases: 20013

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Variable Label: Age last time had month of worry about attack


PD16e

About how old were you the last time you had a month like this when you worried about having another attack?

  • Valid N: 1467
  • Refused: 117
  • Don't Know: 4
  • Missing (Other): 0
  • Missing (System): 18425
MeanStd DevMedianMinMax
33.2614.9831.0000.00088.000
  • Valid Range: 0 - 88
  • Total Cases: 20013

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Variable Label: Ever have attack occur unexpectedly out of blue


PD17

Attacks of this sort can occur in three different situations. The first is when the attacks occur unexpectedly 'out of the blue'. The second is when a person has an unreasonably strong fear. For example, some people have a terrible fear of bugs or of heights or of being in a crowd. The third is when a person is in real danger, like a car accident or a bank robbery.

The next question is about how many of your attacks occurred in each of these three kinds of situations. Did you ever have an attack that occurred unexpectedly 'out of the blue'?

1 YES

5 NO

ValueLabelFrequencyValid
Percent
Total
Percent
1YES235458.78%11.76%
5NO165141.22%08.25%
-8DONT KNOW18-00.09%
.Missing15990-79.90%

Disclaimer: Frequencies displayed above are not weighted.

  • Missing Data Codes: -8 (Don't know), . (Missing)
  • Total Cases: 20013

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Variable Label: # of lifetime attacks occur unexpectedly


PD17a

About how many attacks in your lifetime occurred unexpectedly 'out of the blue'?

IF R REPORTS MORE THEN 900: CODE 900
IF R REPORTS 'MORE THAN I CAN REMEMBER': CODE 995

  • Valid N: 1992
  • Refused: 160
  • Don't Know: 3
  • Missing (Other): 200
  • Missing (System): 17658
MeanStd DevMedianMinMax
20.1896.3203.5001.000900.000
  • Valid Range: 1 - 900
  • Total Cases: 20013

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Variable Label: INTERVIEWER CHECKPOINT


PD17a_1

INTERVIEWER CHECKPOINT (SEE *PD17a)

1 PD17a=2-900

2 ALL OTHERS

ValueLabelFrequencyValid
Percent
Total
Percent
1PD17A=2.R0044941.65%02.24%
2ALL OTHERS62958.35%03.14%
.Missing18935-94.61%

Disclaimer: Frequencies displayed above are not weighted.

  • Missing Data Codes: . (Missing)
  • Total Cases: 20013

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Variable Label: # of lifetime attacks due to unreasonable fear of situation


PD18

About how many attacks in your lifetime occurred in situations where you were not in real danger, but where you had an unreasonably strong fear of the situations?

IF R REPORTS MORE THEN 900, CODE 900
IF R REPORTS 'MORE THAN I CAN REMEMBER', CODE 995

  • Valid N: 3581
  • Refused: 224
  • Don't Know: 3
  • Missing (Other): 215
  • Missing (System): 15990
MeanStd DevMedianMinMax
09.7559.7402.0000.000900.000
  • Valid Range: 0 - 900
  • Total Cases: 20013

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Variable Label: # of lifetime attacks due to real danger


PD19

About how many attacks in your lifetime occurred in situations where you were in real danger?

IF R REPORTS MORE THEN 900, CODE 900
IF R REPORTS 'MORE THAN I CAN REMEMBER', CODE 995

  • Valid N: 3809
  • Refused: 116
  • Don't Know: 1
  • Missing (Other): 97
  • Missing (System): 15990
MeanStd DevMedianMinMax
04.3941.7100.0000.000900.000
  • Valid Range: 0 - 900
  • Total Cases: 20013

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Variable Label: INTERVIEWER CHECKPOINT


PD20

INTERVIEWER CHECKPOINT: (SEE *PD17)

1 PD17 EQUALS ONE

2 ALL OTHERS

ValueLabelFrequencyValid
Percent
Total
Percent
1PD17 EQUALS ONE102158.01%05.10%
2ALL OTHERS73941.99%03.69%
.Missing18253-91.21%

Disclaimer: Frequencies displayed above are not weighted.

  • Missing Data Codes: . (Missing)
  • Total Cases: 20013

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Variable Label: INTERVIEWER CHECKPOINT


PD20a

INTERVIEWER CHECKPOINT (SEE *PD18 - *PD19)

1 PD18 AND *PD19 BOTH EQUAL 0

2 ALL OTHERS

ValueLabelFrequencyValid
Percent
Total
Percent
1PD18 AND *PD19 BOTH EQUAL 023122.62%01.15%
2ALL OTHERS79077.38%03.95%
.Missing18992-94.90%

Disclaimer: Frequencies displayed above are not weighted.

  • Missing Data Codes: . (Missing)
  • Total Cases: 20013

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Variable Label: Age 1st out of blue attack-computed


PD21

How old were you [(when you had the attack/the first time you had an attack)] for no obvious reason?

IF 'ALL MY LIFE' OR 'AS LONG AS I CAN REMEMBER', CODE: DON'T KNOW

  • Valid N: 650
  • Refused: 37
  • Don't Know: 0
  • Missing (Other): 0
  • Missing (System): 19326
MeanStd DevMedianMinMax
23.1413.9519.0000.00070.000
  • Valid Range: 0 - 70
  • Total Cases: 20013

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Variable Label: Age of 1st out of blue attack


PD21b1

How old were you [(when you had the attack "out of the blue"/the first time you had an attack "out of the blue")] for no obvious reason?

IF R REPORTS 'ALL MY LIFE' OR 'AS LONG AS I CAN REMEMBER', CODE: DON'T KNOW

A discrepancy exists between the question text in the surveys. You may wish to compare question text to determine how it affects the variable results.

  • Valid N: 1555
  • Refused: 158
  • Don't Know: 1
  • Missing (Other): 0
  • Missing (System): 18299
MeanStd DevMedianMinMax
23.7413.5220.0000.00083.000
  • Valid Range: 0 - 83
  • Total Cases: 20013

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Variable Label: 1st sudden attack before started school, PD21B1


PD21b2

Was it before you first started school?

1 YES

5 NO

ValueLabelFrequencyValid
Percent
Total
Percent
1YES2014.18%00.10%
5NO12185.82%00.60%
-8DONT KNOW17-00.08%
.Missing19855-99.21%

Disclaimer: Frequencies displayed above are not weighted.

  • Missing Data Codes: -8 (Don't know), . (Missing)
  • Total Cases: 20013

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Variable Label: 1st sudden attack before teenager, PD21B1


PD21b3

Was it before you were a teenager?

1 YES

5 NO

ValueLabelFrequencyValid
Percent
Total
Percent
1YES4537.19%00.22%
5NO7662.81%00.38%
-8DONT KNOW17-00.08%
.Missing19875-99.31%

Disclaimer: Frequencies displayed above are not weighted.

  • Missing Data Codes: -8 (Don't know), . (Missing)
  • Total Cases: 20013

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Variable Label: Sudden attacks interfere w/ work/social life/relationships


PD22

How much did [(this/these unexpected "out of the blue" attack(s))] or worry about having another attack ever interfere with either your work, your social life, or your personal relationships - not at all, a little, some, a lot, or extremely?

1 NOT AT ALL

2 A LITTLE

3 SOME

4 A LOT

5 EXTREMELY

ValueLabelFrequencyValid
Percent
Total
Percent
1NOT AT ALL82835.26%04.14%
2A LITTLE60225.64%03.01%
3SOME48420.61%02.42%
4A LOT30613.03%01.53%
5EXTREMELY12805.45%00.64%
-9REFUSED1-00.00%
-8DONT KNOW6-00.03%
.Missing17658-88.23%

Disclaimer: Frequencies displayed above are not weighted.

  • Missing Data Codes: -9 (Refused), -8 (Don't know), . (Missing)
  • Total Cases: 20013

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Variable Label: INTERVIEWER CHECKPOINT


PD23

INTERVIEWER CHECKPOINT: (SEE *PD17a)

1 EXACTLY ONE out of the blue ATTACK

2 ALL OTHERS

ValueLabelFrequencyValid
Percent
Total
Percent
1EXACTLY ONE OUT OF THE BLUE ATTACK11911.94%00.59%
2ALL OTHERS87888.06%04.39%
.Missing19016-95.02%

Disclaimer: Frequencies displayed above are not weighted.

  • Missing Data Codes: . (Missing)
  • Total Cases: 20013

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Variable Label: Sudden attack occurred while asleep


PD24

Did this unexpected 'out of the blue' attack occur while you were asleep?

1 YES

5 NO

ValueLabelFrequencyValid
Percent
Total
Percent
1YES3212.08%00.16%
5NO23387.92%01.16%
-8DONT KNOW1-00.00%
.Missing19747-98.67%

Disclaimer: Frequencies displayed above are not weighted.

  • Missing Data Codes: -8 (Don't know), . (Missing)
  • Total Cases: 20013

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Variable Label: # sudden attacks occuring while asleep


PD24a

How many of your unexpected 'out of the blue' attacks occurred while you were asleep?

  • Valid N: 1937
  • Refused: 127
  • Don't Know: 1
  • Missing (Other): 0
  • Missing (System): 17948
MeanStd DevMedianMinMax
02.4508.8100.0000.00097.000
  • Valid Range: 0 - 97
  • Total Cases: 20013

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Variable Label: Sudden attacks ever due to physical illness or med/drug/alc


PD25a

Attacks of this sort sometimes occur as a result of physical causes such as physical illness or injury or the use of medication, drugs, or alcohol. Do you think any of your attacks ever occurred as the result of such physical causes?

1 YES

5 NO

ValueLabelFrequencyValid
Percent
Total
Percent
1YES64331.49%03.21%
5NO139968.51%06.99%
-8DONT KNOW23-00.11%
.Missing17948-89.68%

Disclaimer: Frequencies displayed above are not weighted.

  • Missing Data Codes: -8 (Don't know), . (Missing)
  • Total Cases: 20013

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Variable Label: All sudden attacks due to physical causes


PD25b

Do you think all of your attacks were the result of physical causes?

1 YES

5 NO

ValueLabelFrequencyValid
Percent
Total
Percent
1YES20131.65%01.00%
5NO43468.35%02.17%
-8DONT KNOW9-00.04%
.Missing19369-96.78%

Disclaimer: Frequencies displayed above are not weighted.

  • Missing Data Codes: -8 (Don't know), . (Missing)
  • Total Cases: 20013

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Variable Label: INTERVIEWER CHECKPOINT


PD33

INTERVIEWER CHECKPOINT: (SEE *PD20a)

1 PD20a EQUALS ONE

2 ALL OTHERS

ValueLabelFrequencyValid
Percent
Total
Percent
1PD20A EQUALS ONE22025.06%01.10%
2ALL OTHERS65874.94%03.29%
.Missing19135-95.61%

Disclaimer: Frequencies displayed above are not weighted.

  • Missing Data Codes: . (Missing)
  • Total Cases: 20013

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Variable Label: INTERVIEWER CHECKPOINT


PD34

INTERVIEWER CHECKPOINT: (SEE *PD10).

1 PD10 EQUALS ONE

2 ALL OTHERS

ValueLabelFrequencyValid
Percent
Total
Percent
1PD10 EQUALS ONE9945.00%00.49%
2ALL OTHERS12155.00%00.60%
.Missing19793-98.90%

Disclaimer: Frequencies displayed above are not weighted.

  • Missing Data Codes: . (Missing)
  • Total Cases: 20013

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Variable Label: INTERVIEWER CHECKPOINT


PD35

INTERVIEWER CHECKPOINT: (SEE *PD10).

1 PD10 EQUALS ONE

2 ALL OTHERS

ValueLabelFrequencyValid
Percent
Total
Percent
1PD10 EQUALS ONE37156.38%01.85%
2ALL OTHERS28743.62%01.43%
.Missing19355-96.71%

Disclaimer: Frequencies displayed above are not weighted.

  • Missing Data Codes: . (Missing)
  • Total Cases: 20013

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Variable Label: # unexpected sudden attacks in past year


PD36

How many unexpected 'out of the blue' attacks did you have in the past 12 months?

  • Valid N: 716
  • Refused: 62
  • Don't Know: 2
  • Missing (Other): 0
  • Missing (System): 19233
MeanStd DevMedianMinMax
08.0338.4302.0000.000730.000
  • Valid Range: 0 - 730
  • Total Cases: 20013

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Variable Label: INTERVIEWER CHECKPOINT


PD37

INTERVIEWER CHECKPOINT: (SEE *PD36)

1 PD36 EQUALS 0

2 PD36 EQUALS 1

3 ALL OTHERS

ValueLabelFrequencyValid
Percent
Total
Percent
1PD36 EQUALS 04913.21%00.24%
2PD36 EQUALS 17921.29%00.39%
3ALL OTHERS24365.50%01.21%
.Missing19642-98.15%

Disclaimer: Frequencies displayed above are not weighted.

  • Missing Data Codes: . (Missing)
  • Total Cases: 20013

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Variable Label: Age at last sudden attack


PD37a

How old were you the last time you had an unexpected 'out of the blue' attack?

  • Valid N: 94
  • Refused: 10
  • Don't Know: 0
  • Missing (Other): 0
  • Missing (System): 19909
MeanStd DevMedianMinMax
33.3214.9332.5000.00077.000
  • Valid Range: 0 - 77
  • Total Cases: 20013

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Variable Label: # of weeks in past year had at least one sudden attack


PD37b

About how many weeks in the past 12 months did you have at least one of these attacks?

  • Valid N: 464
  • Refused: 42
  • Don't Know: 1
  • Missing (Other): 0
  • Missing (System): 19506
MeanStd DevMedianMinMax
08.5913.1503.0000.00052.000
  • Valid Range: 0 - 52
  • Total Cases: 20013

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Variable Label: How recently in past year did attack occur


PD38

How recently - in the past month, between two and six months ago, or more than six months ago?

1 PAST MONTH

2 BETWEEN TWO AND SIX MONTHS

3 MORE THAN SIX MONTHS

ValueLabelFrequencyValid
Percent
Total
Percent
1PAST MONTH27040.66%01.35%
2BETWEEN TWO AND SIX MONTHS27641.57%01.38%
3MORE THAN SIX MONTHS11817.77%00.59%
-9REFUSED1-00.00%
-8DONT KNOW11-00.05%
.Missing19337-96.62%

Disclaimer: Frequencies displayed above are not weighted.

  • Missing Data Codes: -9 (Refused), -8 (Don't know), . (Missing)
  • Total Cases: 20013

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Variable Label: INTERVIEWER CHECKPOINT


PD39

INTERVIEWER CHECKPOINT: (SEE *PD16)

1 PD16 EQUALS ONE

2 ALL OTHERS

ValueLabelFrequencyValid
Percent
Total
Percent
1PD16 EQUALS ONE6013.13%00.30%
2ALL OTHERS39786.87%01.98%
.Missing19556-97.72%

Disclaimer: Frequencies displayed above are not weighted.

  • Missing Data Codes: . (Missing)
  • Total Cases: 20013

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Variable Label: Severity of emotional distress during attacks in last 12 mths


PD40

When you had an attack in the past 12 months, how much emotional distress did it cause you during the attack itself -- none, mild, moderate, severe, or so severe that you were unable to concentrate and had to stop what you were doing?

1 NONE

2 MILD

3 MODERATE

4 SEVERE

5 SO SEVERE

ValueLabelFrequencyValid
Percent
Total
Percent
1NONE5205.54%00.26%
2MILD22323.75%01.11%
3MODERATE24526.09%01.22%
4SEVERE24325.88%01.21%
5SO SEVERE17618.74%00.88%
-9REFUSED2-00.01%
-8DONT KNOW5-00.02%
.Missing19067-95.27%

Disclaimer: Frequencies displayed above are not weighted.

  • Missing Data Codes: -9 (Refused), -8 (Don't know), . (Missing)
  • Total Cases: 20013

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Variable Label: Upset by physical sensations remind of attack in last 12 mths


PD41

Sometimes people with attacks get upset by physical sensations that remind them of the attacks. Examples include being out of breath after physical exercise, feeling speeded up after drinking coffee or caffeinated beverages, feeling out of control after using alcohol or drugs, and feeling tingly while watching a scary motion picture or television show. In the past 12 months, did you ever get upset by any physical sensations that reminded you of your attacks?

1 YES

5 NO

ValueLabelFrequencyValid
Percent
Total
Percent
1YES37035.58%01.85%
5NO67064.42%03.35%
-8DONT KNOW7-00.03%
.Missing18966-94.77%

Disclaimer: Frequencies displayed above are not weighted.

  • Missing Data Codes: -8 (Don't know), . (Missing)
  • Total Cases: 20013

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Variable Label: Severity of discomf from physical sensations in last 12 mths


PD41a

How strong was your discomfort with any physical sensations like these in the past 12 months - mild, moderate, severe, or so severe that you became very worried that these sensations might cause you to have another attack?

1 MILD

2 MODERATE

3 SEVERE

4 SO SEVERE

ValueLabelFrequencyValid
Percent
Total
Percent
1MILD7720.81%00.38%
2MODERATE14438.92%00.72%
3SEVERE10127.30%00.50%
4SO SEVERE4812.97%00.24%
.Missing19643-98.15%

Disclaimer: Frequencies displayed above are not weighted.

  • Missing Data Codes: . (Missing)
  • Total Cases: 20013

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Variable Label: Avoid situations caused physical sensation in past 12 mths


PD42

How often did you avoid situations or activities that might cause these physical sensations in the past 12 months - all the time, most of the time, sometimes, rarely, or never?

1 ALL THE TIME

2 MOST OF THE TIME

3 SOMETIMES

4 RARELY

5 NEVER

ValueLabelFrequencyValid
Percent
Total
Percent
1ALL THE TIME7921.41%00.39%
2MOST OF THE TIME9626.02%00.48%
3SOMETIMES10829.27%00.54%
4RARELY5113.82%00.25%
5NEVER3509.49%00.17%
-8DONT KNOW1-00.00%
.Missing19643-98.15%

Disclaimer: Frequencies displayed above are not weighted.

  • Missing Data Codes: -8 (Don't know), . (Missing)
  • Total Cases: 20013

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Variable Label: Avoidance of situation interfered with work/social life/relations


PD43

How much did avoidance of these situations interfere with either your work, your social life, or your personal relationships over the past 12 months -- not at all, a little, some, a lot, or extremely?

1 NOT AT ALL

2 A LITTLE

3 SOME

4 A LOT

5 EXTREMELY

ValueLabelFrequencyValid
Percent
Total
Percent
1NOT AT ALL3713.07%00.18%
2A LITTLE7325.80%00.36%
3SOME7325.80%00.36%
4A LOT6824.03%00.34%
5EXTREMELY3211.31%00.16%
.Missing19730-98.59%

Disclaimer: Frequencies displayed above are not weighted.

  • Missing Data Codes: . (Missing)
  • Total Cases: 20013

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Variable Label: Worst month in past year-attack interfered with home mgmt


PD44a

link to respondent booklet (RB, PG 64)

Think about the month or longer in the past 12 months when your [(attacks(s))] or worry about the [(attacks(s))] [(was/were)] most severe. Using the 0 to 10 scale on page 64 of your booklet, where 0 means no interference and 10 means very severe interference, what number describes how much the [(attacks(s))] or worry about the attacks interfered with each of the following activities during that time?

Your home management, like cleaning, shopping, and taking care of the (house/apartment)?

(IF NEC: How much did the attacks interfere with your home management, like cleaning, shopping, and taking care of the (house/apartment) during that time?)
(IF NEC: You can use any number between 0 and 10 to answer.)

IF 'DOES NOT APPLY', CODE 97

A discrepancy exists between the question text in the surveys. You may wish to compare question text to determine how it affects the variable results.

  • Valid N: 1037
  • Refused: 2
  • Don't Know: 1
  • Missing (Other): 7
  • Missing (System): 18966
MeanStd DevMedianMinMax
03.7103.3003.0000.00010.000
  • Valid Range: 0 - 10
  • Total Cases: 20013

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Variable Label: Worst month in past year-attack interfered with work


PD44b

link to respondent booklet (RB, PG 64)

(Think about the month or longer in the past 12 months when your [(attacks(s))] or worry about the [(attacks(s))] [(was/were)] most severe. Using the 0 to 10 scale on page 64 of your booklet, where 0 means no interference and 10 means very severe interference, what number describes how much the [(attacks(s))] or worry about the attacks interfered with each of the following activities during that time?)

Your ability to work?

(IF NEC: How much did the attacks interfere with your ability to work during that time?)
(IF NEC: You can use any number between 0 and 10 to answer.)

IF 'DOES NOT APPLY', CODE 97

A discrepancy exists between the question text in the surveys. You may wish to compare question text to determine how it affects the variable results.

  • Valid N: 1022
  • Refused: 6
  • Don't Know: 1
  • Missing (Other): 18
  • Missing (System): 18966
MeanStd DevMedianMinMax
03.7703.6103.0000.00010.000
  • Valid Range: 0 - 10
  • Total Cases: 20013

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Variable Label: Worst month in past year-attack interf w/ form/maint relations


PD44c

link to respondent booklet (RB, PG 64)

(Think about the month or longer in the past 12 months when your [(attacks(s))] or worry about the [(attacks(s))] [(was/were)] most severe. Using the 0 to 10 scale on page 64 of your booklet, where 0 means no interference and 10 means very severe interference, what number describes how much the [(attacks(s))] or worry about the attacks interfered with each of the following activities during that time?)

Your ability to form and maintain close relationships with other people?

(IF NEC: How much did the attacks interfere with your ability to form and maintain close relationships with other people during that time?)
(IF NEC: You can use any number between 0 and 10 to answer.)

IF 'DOES NOT APPLY', CODE 97

A discrepancy exists between the question text in the surveys. You may wish to compare question text to determine how it affects the variable results.

  • Valid N: 1036
  • Refused: 4
  • Don't Know: 1
  • Missing (Other): 6
  • Missing (System): 18966
MeanStd DevMedianMinMax
03.5604.1503.0000.00077.000
  • Valid Range: 0 - 77
  • Total Cases: 20013

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Variable Label: Worst month in past year-attack interfere with social life


PD44d

link to respondent booklet (RB, PG 64)

(Think about the month or longer in the past 12 months when your [(attacks(s))] or worry about the [(attacks(s))] [(was/were)] most severe. Using the 0 to 10 scale on page 64 of your booklet, where 0 means no interference and 10 means very severe interference, what number describes how much the [(attacks(s))] or worry about the attacks interfered with each of the following activities during that time?)

Your social life?

(IF NEC: How much did the attacks interfere with your social life during that time?)
(IF NEC: You can use any number between 0 and 10 to answer.)

IF 'DOES NOT APPLY', CODE 97

A discrepancy exists between the question text in the surveys. You may wish to compare question text to determine how it affects the variable results.

  • Valid N: 1036
  • Refused: 4
  • Don't Know: 1
  • Missing (Other): 6
  • Missing (System): 18966
MeanStd DevMedianMinMax
03.8703.5603.0000.00010.000
  • Valid Range: 0 - 10
  • Total Cases: 20013

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Variable Label: INTERVIEWER CHECKPOINT


PD45

INTERVIEWER CHECKPOINT (SEE *PD44a - *PD44d)

1 ALL FOUR RESPONSES TO *PD44a - *PD44d SERIES EQUAL 0

2 ALL OTHERS

ValueLabelFrequencyValid
Percent
Total
Percent
1ALL FOUR RESPONSES TO *PD44A - *PD44D SERIES EQUAL 07415.38%00.37%
2ALL OTHERS40784.62%02.03%
.Missing19532-97.60%

Disclaimer: Frequencies displayed above are not weighted.

  • Missing Data Codes: . (Missing)
  • Total Cases: 20013

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Variable Label: # of days in yr unable to carry out activities due to attack


PD46

About how many days out of 365 in the past 12 months were you totally unable to work or carry out your normal activities because of your attacks or because of worry about the attacks?

(IF NEC: You can use any number between 0 and 365 to answer)

  • Valid N: 842
  • Refused: 18
  • Don't Know: 0
  • Missing (Other): 0
  • Missing (System): 19153
MeanStd DevMedianMinMax
44.9599.4102.0000.000365.000
  • Valid Range: 0 - 365
  • Total Cases: 20013

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Variable Label: Ever talked to professional about panic attacks


PD50

Did you ever in your life talk to a medical doctor or other professional about your attacks?··(By professional we mean psychologists, counselors, spiritual advisors, herbalists, acupuncturists, and other healing professionals.)

1 YES

5 NO

ValueLabelFrequencyValid
Percent
Total
Percent
1YES89459.48%04.47%
5NO60940.52%03.04%
-8DONT KNOW3-00.01%
.Missing18507-92.47%

Disclaimer: Frequencies displayed above are not weighted.

  • Missing Data Codes: -8 (Don't know), . (Missing)
  • Total Cases: 20013

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Variable Label: Talked to professional about attacks in past 12 mths


PD50.

Did you talk to a medical doctor or other professional about your attacks in the past 12 months? By professional we mean psychiatrists, psychologists, counselors, spiritual advisors, herbalists, acupuncturists, and other healing professionals?

1 YES

5 NO

ValueLabelFrequencyValid
Percent
Total
Percent
1YES18332.74%00.91%
5NO37667.26%01.88%
.Missing19454-97.21%

Disclaimer: Frequencies displayed above are not weighted.

  • Missing Data Codes: . (Missing)
  • Total Cases: 20013

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Variable Label: Talked to professional about panic attacks:1st mention


PD50_1_
[('link to respondent booklet (RB, PG19)
Which ones? Just give me the letter? '

PROBE: Any other?
RECORD ALL MENTIONS'
/
Please tell me of the following professionals which ones you have ever talked to about your attacks: a psychiatrist, general practitioner or family doctor, any other medical doctor, psychologist, social worker, counselor, any other mental health professional such as a psychotherapist or mental health nurse, a nurse occupational therapist or health professional, a religious or spiritual advisor like a minister, priest, pastor, rabbi, any other healer, like a herbalist, chiropractor, doctor of oriental medicine or a spiritualist?

PROBE: Any other?
RECORD ALL MENTIONS)]

1 A. PSYCHIATRIST

2 B. GENERAL PRACTITIONER OR FAMILY DOCTOR

3 C. ANY OTHER MEDICAL DOCTOR LIKE A CARDIOLOGIST OR UROLOGIST/GYNECOLOGIST

4 D. PSYCHOLOGIST

5 E. SOCIAL WORKER

6 F. COUNSELOR

7 G. ANY OTHER MENTAL HEALTH PROFESSIONAL, SUCH AS A PSYCHOTHERAPIST OR MENTAL HEALTH NURSE

8 H. A NURSE, OCCUPATIONAL THERAPIST, OR OTHER HEALTH PROFESSIONAL

9 I. A RELIGIOUS OR SPIRITUAL ADVISOR LIKE A MINISTER, PRIEST, PASTOR, OR RABBI

10 J. ANY OTHER HEALER, LIKE AN HERBALIST, CHIROPRACTOR, DOCTOR OF ORIENTAL MEDICINE, OR SPIRITUALIST

13 K. OTHER (SPECIFY)

ValueLabelFrequencyValid
Percent
Total
Percent
1A. PSYCHIATRIST7038.89%00.35%
2B. GENERAL PRACTITIONER OR FAMILY DOCTOR7038.89%00.35%
3C. ANY OTHER MEDICAL DOCTOR LIKE A CARDIOLOGIST OR UROLOGIST/GYNECOLOGIST703.89%00.03%
4D. PSYCHOLOGIST905.00%00.04%
6F. COUNSELOR502.78%00.02%
8H. A NURSE, OCCUPATIONAL THERAPIST, OR OTHER HEALTH PROFESSIONAL502.78%00.02%
9I. A RELIGIOUS OR SPIRITUAL ADVISOR LIKE A MINISTER, PRIEST, PASTOR, OR RABBI301.67%00.01%
10J. ANY OTHER HEALER, LIKE AN HERBALIST, CHIROPRACTOR, DOCTOR OF ORIENTAL MEDICINE, OR SPIRITUALIST603.33%00.03%
13K. OTHER (SPECIFY)502.78%00.02%
.Missing19833-99.10%

Disclaimer: Frequencies displayed above are not weighted.

  • Missing Data Codes: . (Missing)
  • Total Cases: 20013

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Variable Label: Talked to professional about panic attacks:2nd mention


PD50_1_
[('link to respondent booklet (RB, PG19)
Which ones? Just give me the letter? '

PROBE: Any other?
RECORD ALL MENTIONS'
/
Please tell me of the following professionals which ones you have ever talked to about your attacks: a psychiatrist, general practitioner or family doctor, any other medical doctor, psychologist, social worker, counselor, any other mental health professional such as a psychotherapist or mental health nurse, a nurse occupational therapist or health professional, a religious or spiritual advisor like a minister, priest, pastor, rabbi, any other healer, like a herbalist, chiropractor, doctor of oriental medicine or a spiritualist?

PROBE: Any other?
RECORD ALL MENTIONS)]

1 A. PSYCHIATRIST

2 B. GENERAL PRACTITIONER OR FAMILY DOCTOR

3 C. ANY OTHER MEDICAL DOCTOR LIKE A CARDIOLOGIST OR UROLOGIST/GYNECOLOGIST

4 D. PSYCHOLOGIST

5 E. SOCIAL WORKER

6 F. COUNSELOR

7 G. ANY OTHER MENTAL HEALTH PROFESSIONAL, SUCH AS A PSYCHOTHERAPIST OR MENTAL HEALTH NURSE

8 H. A NURSE, OCCUPATIONAL THERAPIST, OR OTHER HEALTH PROFESSIONAL

9 I. A RELIGIOUS OR SPIRITUAL ADVISOR LIKE A MINISTER, PRIEST, PASTOR, OR RABBI

10 J. ANY OTHER HEALER, LIKE AN HERBALIST, CHIROPRACTOR, DOCTOR OF ORIENTAL MEDICINE, OR SPIRITUALIST

13 K. OTHER (SPECIFY)

ValueLabelFrequencyValid
Percent
Total
Percent
1A. PSYCHIATRIST201.92%00.01%
2B. GENERAL PRACTITIONER OR FAMILY DOCTOR4543.27%00.22%
3C. ANY OTHER MEDICAL DOCTOR LIKE A CARDIOLOGIST OR UROLOGIST/GYNECOLOGIST1211.54%00.06%
4D. PSYCHOLOGIST2019.23%00.10%
5E. SOCIAL WORKER403.85%00.02%
6F. COUNSELOR605.77%00.03%
7G. ANY OTHER MENTAL HEALTH PROFESSIONAL, SUCH AS A PSYCHOTHERAPIST OR MENTAL HEALTH NURSE302.88%00.01%
8H. A NURSE, OCCUPATIONAL THERAPIST, OR OTHER HEALTH PROFESSIONAL302.88%00.01%
9I. A RELIGIOUS OR SPIRITUAL ADVISOR LIKE A MINISTER, PRIEST, PASTOR, OR RABBI403.85%00.02%
10J. ANY OTHER HEALER, LIKE AN HERBALIST, CHIROPRACTOR, DOCTOR OF ORIENTAL MEDICINE, OR SPIRITUALIST201.92%00.01%
13K. OTHER (SPECIFY)302.88%00.01%
.Missing19909-99.48%

Disclaimer: Frequencies displayed above are not weighted.

  • Missing Data Codes: . (Missing)
  • Total Cases: 20013

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Variable Label: Talked to professional about panic attacks:3rd mention


PD50_1_
[('link to respondent booklet (RB, PG19)
Which ones? Just give me the letter? '

PROBE: Any other?
RECORD ALL MENTIONS'
/
Please tell me of the following professionals which ones you have ever talked to about your attacks: a psychiatrist, general practitioner or family doctor, any other medical doctor, psychologist, social worker, counselor, any other mental health professional such as a psychotherapist or mental health nurse, a nurse occupational therapist or health professional, a religious or spiritual advisor like a minister, priest, pastor, rabbi, any other healer, like a herbalist, chiropractor, doctor of oriental medicine or a spiritualist?

PROBE: Any other?
RECORD ALL MENTIONS)]

1 A. PSYCHIATRIST

2 B. GENERAL PRACTITIONER OR FAMILY DOCTOR

3 C. ANY OTHER MEDICAL DOCTOR LIKE A CARDIOLOGIST OR UROLOGIST/GYNECOLOGIST

4 D. PSYCHOLOGIST

5 E. SOCIAL WORKER

6 F. COUNSELOR

7 G. ANY OTHER MENTAL HEALTH PROFESSIONAL, SUCH AS A PSYCHOTHERAPIST OR MENTAL HEALTH NURSE

8 H. A NURSE, OCCUPATIONAL THERAPIST, OR OTHER HEALTH PROFESSIONAL

9 I. A RELIGIOUS OR SPIRITUAL ADVISOR LIKE A MINISTER, PRIEST, PASTOR, OR RABBI

10 J. ANY OTHER HEALER, LIKE AN HERBALIST, CHIROPRACTOR, DOCTOR OF ORIENTAL MEDICINE, OR SPIRITUALIST

13 K. OTHER (SPECIFY)

ValueLabelFrequencyValid
Percent
Total
Percent
1A. PSYCHIATRIST101.54%00.00%
2B. GENERAL PRACTITIONER OR FAMILY DOCTOR101.54%00.00%
3C. ANY OTHER MEDICAL DOCTOR LIKE A CARDIOLOGIST OR UROLOGIST/GYNECOLOGIST1726.15%00.08%
4D. PSYCHOLOGIST913.85%00.04%
5E. SOCIAL WORKER913.85%00.04%
6F. COUNSELOR1015.38%00.05%
7G. ANY OTHER MENTAL HEALTH PROFESSIONAL, SUCH AS A PSYCHOTHERAPIST OR MENTAL HEALTH NURSE406.15%00.02%
8H. A NURSE, OCCUPATIONAL THERAPIST, OR OTHER HEALTH PROFESSIONAL203.08%00.01%
9I. A RELIGIOUS OR SPIRITUAL ADVISOR LIKE A MINISTER, PRIEST, PASTOR, OR RABBI609.23%00.03%
10J. ANY OTHER HEALER, LIKE AN HERBALIST, CHIROPRACTOR, DOCTOR OF ORIENTAL MEDICINE, OR SPIRITUALIST304.62%00.01%
13K. OTHER (SPECIFY)304.62%00.01%
.Missing19948-99.68%

Disclaimer: Frequencies displayed above are not weighted.

  • Missing Data Codes: . (Missing)
  • Total Cases: 20013

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Variable Label: Talked to professional about panic attacks:4th mention


PD50_1_
[('link to respondent booklet (RB, PG19)
Which ones? Just give me the letter? '

PROBE: Any other?
RECORD ALL MENTIONS'
/
Please tell me of the following professionals which ones you have ever talked to about your attacks: a psychiatrist, general practitioner or family doctor, any other medical doctor, psychologist, social worker, counselor, any other mental health professional such as a psychotherapist or mental health nurse, a nurse occupational therapist or health professional, a religious or spiritual advisor like a minister, priest, pastor, rabbi, any other healer, like a herbalist, chiropractor, doctor of oriental medicine or a spiritualist?

PROBE: Any other?
RECORD ALL MENTIONS)]

1 A. PSYCHIATRIST

2 B. GENERAL PRACTITIONER OR FAMILY DOCTOR

3 C. ANY OTHER MEDICAL DOCTOR LIKE A CARDIOLOGIST OR UROLOGIST/GYNECOLOGIST

4 D. PSYCHOLOGIST

5 E. SOCIAL WORKER

6 F. COUNSELOR

7 G. ANY OTHER MENTAL HEALTH PROFESSIONAL, SUCH AS A PSYCHOTHERAPIST OR MENTAL HEALTH NURSE

8 H. A NURSE, OCCUPATIONAL THERAPIST, OR OTHER HEALTH PROFESSIONAL

9 I. A RELIGIOUS OR SPIRITUAL ADVISOR LIKE A MINISTER, PRIEST, PASTOR, OR RABBI

10 J. ANY OTHER HEALER, LIKE AN HERBALIST, CHIROPRACTOR, DOCTOR OF ORIENTAL MEDICINE, OR SPIRITUALIST

13 K. OTHER (SPECIFY)

ValueLabelFrequencyValid
Percent
Total
Percent
4D. PSYCHOLOGIST1440.00%00.07%
5E. SOCIAL WORKER514.29%00.02%
6F. COUNSELOR925.71%00.04%
7G. ANY OTHER MENTAL HEALTH PROFESSIONAL, SUCH AS A PSYCHOTHERAPIST OR MENTAL HEALTH NURSE102.86%00.00%
8H. A NURSE, OCCUPATIONAL THERAPIST, OR OTHER HEALTH PROFESSIONAL102.86%00.00%
9I. A RELIGIOUS OR SPIRITUAL ADVISOR LIKE A MINISTER, PRIEST, PASTOR, OR RABBI411.43%00.02%
13K. OTHER (SPECIFY)102.86%00.00%
.Missing19978-99.83%

Disclaimer: Frequencies displayed above are not weighted.

  • Missing Data Codes: . (Missing)
  • Total Cases: 20013

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Variable Label: Talked to professional about panic attacks:5th mention


PD50_1_
[('link to respondent booklet (RB, PG19)
Which ones? Just give me the letter? '

PROBE: Any other?
RECORD ALL MENTIONS'
/
Please tell me of the following professionals which ones you have ever talked to about your attacks: a psychiatrist, general practitioner or family doctor, any other medical doctor, psychologist, social worker, counselor, any other mental health professional such as a psychotherapist or mental health nurse, a nurse occupational therapist or health professional, a religious or spiritual advisor like a minister, priest, pastor, rabbi, any other healer, like a herbalist, chiropractor, doctor of oriental medicine or a spiritualist?

PROBE: Any other?
RECORD ALL MENTIONS)]

1 A. PSYCHIATRIST

2 B. GENERAL PRACTITIONER OR FAMILY DOCTOR

3 C. ANY OTHER MEDICAL DOCTOR LIKE A CARDIOLOGIST OR UROLOGIST/GYNECOLOGIST

4 D. PSYCHOLOGIST

5 E. SOCIAL WORKER

6 F. COUNSELOR

7 G. ANY OTHER MENTAL HEALTH PROFESSIONAL, SUCH AS A PSYCHOTHERAPIST OR MENTAL HEALTH NURSE

8 H. A NURSE, OCCUPATIONAL THERAPIST, OR OTHER HEALTH PROFESSIONAL

9 I. A RELIGIOUS OR SPIRITUAL ADVISOR LIKE A MINISTER, PRIEST, PASTOR, OR RABBI

10 J. ANY OTHER HEALER, LIKE AN HERBALIST, CHIROPRACTOR, DOCTOR OF ORIENTAL MEDICINE, OR SPIRITUALIST

13 K. OTHER (SPECIFY)

ValueLabelFrequencyValid
Percent
Total
Percent
5E. SOCIAL WORKER1150.00%00.05%
6F. COUNSELOR313.64%00.01%
7G. ANY OTHER MENTAL HEALTH PROFESSIONAL, SUCH AS A PSYCHOTHERAPIST OR MENTAL HEALTH NURSE313.64%00.01%
8H. A NURSE, OCCUPATIONAL THERAPIST, OR OTHER HEALTH PROFESSIONAL209.09%00.01%
9I. A RELIGIOUS OR SPIRITUAL ADVISOR LIKE A MINISTER, PRIEST, PASTOR, OR RABBI209.09%00.01%
10J. ANY OTHER HEALER, LIKE AN HERBALIST, CHIROPRACTOR, DOCTOR OF ORIENTAL MEDICINE, OR SPIRITUALIST104.55%00.00%
.Missing19991-99.89%

Disclaimer: Frequencies displayed above are not weighted.

  • Missing Data Codes: . (Missing)
  • Total Cases: 20013

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Variable Label: Talked to professional about panic attacks:6th mention


PD50_1_
[('link to respondent booklet (RB, PG19)
Which ones? Just give me the letter? '

PROBE: Any other?
RECORD ALL MENTIONS'
/
Please tell me of the following professionals which ones you have ever talked to about your attacks: a psychiatrist, general practitioner or family doctor, any other medical doctor, psychologist, social worker, counselor, any other mental health professional such as a psychotherapist or mental health nurse, a nurse occupational therapist or health professional, a religious or spiritual advisor like a minister, priest, pastor, rabbi, any other healer, like a herbalist, chiropractor, doctor of oriental medicine or a spiritualist?

PROBE: Any other?
RECORD ALL MENTIONS)]

1 A. PSYCHIATRIST

2 B. GENERAL PRACTITIONER OR FAMILY DOCTOR

3 C. ANY OTHER MEDICAL DOCTOR LIKE A CARDIOLOGIST OR UROLOGIST/GYNECOLOGIST

4 D. PSYCHOLOGIST

5 E. SOCIAL WORKER

6 F. COUNSELOR

7 G. ANY OTHER MENTAL HEALTH PROFESSIONAL, SUCH AS A PSYCHOTHERAPIST OR MENTAL HEALTH NURSE

8 H. A NURSE, OCCUPATIONAL THERAPIST, OR OTHER HEALTH PROFESSIONAL

9 I. A RELIGIOUS OR SPIRITUAL ADVISOR LIKE A MINISTER, PRIEST, PASTOR, OR RABBI

10 J. ANY OTHER HEALER, LIKE AN HERBALIST, CHIROPRACTOR, DOCTOR OF ORIENTAL MEDICINE, OR SPIRITUALIST

13 K. OTHER (SPECIFY)

ValueLabelFrequencyValid
Percent
Total
Percent
6F. COUNSELOR1058.82%00.05%
7G. ANY OTHER MENTAL HEALTH PROFESSIONAL, SUCH AS A PSYCHOTHERAPIST OR MENTAL HEALTH NURSE211.76%00.01%
9I. A RELIGIOUS OR SPIRITUAL ADVISOR LIKE A MINISTER, PRIEST, PASTOR, OR RABBI423.53%00.02%
10J. ANY OTHER HEALER, LIKE AN HERBALIST, CHIROPRACTOR, DOCTOR OF ORIENTAL MEDICINE, OR SPIRITUALIST105.88%00.00%
.Missing19996-99.92%

Disclaimer: Frequencies displayed above are not weighted.

  • Missing Data Codes: . (Missing)
  • Total Cases: 20013

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Variable Label: Talked to professional about panic attacks:7th mention


PD50_1_
[('link to respondent booklet (RB, PG19)
Which ones? Just give me the letter? '

PROBE: Any other?
RECORD ALL MENTIONS'
/
Please tell me of the following professionals which ones you have ever talked to about your attacks: a psychiatrist, general practitioner or family doctor, any other medical doctor, psychologist, social worker, counselor, any other mental health professional such as a psychotherapist or mental health nurse, a nurse occupational therapist or health professional, a religious or spiritual advisor like a minister, priest, pastor, rabbi, any other healer, like a herbalist, chiropractor, doctor of oriental medicine or a spiritualist?

PROBE: Any other?
RECORD ALL MENTIONS)]

1 A. PSYCHIATRIST

2 B. GENERAL PRACTITIONER OR FAMILY DOCTOR

3 C. ANY OTHER MEDICAL DOCTOR LIKE A CARDIOLOGIST OR UROLOGIST/GYNECOLOGIST

4 D. PSYCHOLOGIST

5 E. SOCIAL WORKER

6 F. COUNSELOR

7 G. ANY OTHER MENTAL HEALTH PROFESSIONAL, SUCH AS A PSYCHOTHERAPIST OR MENTAL HEALTH NURSE

8 H. A NURSE, OCCUPATIONAL THERAPIST, OR OTHER HEALTH PROFESSIONAL

9 I. A RELIGIOUS OR SPIRITUAL ADVISOR LIKE A MINISTER, PRIEST, PASTOR, OR RABBI

10 J. ANY OTHER HEALER, LIKE AN HERBALIST, CHIROPRACTOR, DOCTOR OF ORIENTAL MEDICINE, OR SPIRITUALIST

13 K. OTHER (SPECIFY)

ValueLabelFrequencyValid
Percent
Total
Percent
7G. ANY OTHER MENTAL HEALTH PROFESSIONAL, SUCH AS A PSYCHOTHERAPIST OR MENTAL HEALTH NURSE880.00%00.04%
8H. A NURSE, OCCUPATIONAL THERAPIST, OR OTHER HEALTH PROFESSIONAL110.00%00.00%
9I. A RELIGIOUS OR SPIRITUAL ADVISOR LIKE A MINISTER, PRIEST, PASTOR, OR RABBI110.00%00.00%
.Missing20003-99.95%

Disclaimer: Frequencies displayed above are not weighted.

  • Missing Data Codes: . (Missing)
  • Total Cases: 20013

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Variable Label: Talked to professional about panic attacks:8th mention


PD50_1_
[('link to respondent booklet (RB, PG19)
Which ones? Just give me the letter? '

PROBE: Any other?
RECORD ALL MENTIONS'
/
Please tell me of the following professionals which ones you have ever talked to about your attacks: a psychiatrist, general practitioner or family doctor, any other medical doctor, psychologist, social worker, counselor, any other mental health professional such as a psychotherapist or mental health nurse, a nurse occupational therapist or health professional, a religious or spiritual advisor like a minister, priest, pastor, rabbi, any other healer, like a herbalist, chiropractor, doctor of oriental medicine or a spiritualist?

PROBE: Any other?
RECORD ALL MENTIONS)]

1 A. PSYCHIATRIST

2 B. GENERAL PRACTITIONER OR FAMILY DOCTOR

3 C. ANY OTHER MEDICAL DOCTOR LIKE A CARDIOLOGIST OR UROLOGIST/GYNECOLOGIST

4 D. PSYCHOLOGIST

5 E. SOCIAL WORKER

6 F. COUNSELOR

7 G. ANY OTHER MENTAL HEALTH PROFESSIONAL, SUCH AS A PSYCHOTHERAPIST OR MENTAL HEALTH NURSE

8 H. A NURSE, OCCUPATIONAL THERAPIST, OR OTHER HEALTH PROFESSIONAL

9 I. A RELIGIOUS OR SPIRITUAL ADVISOR LIKE A MINISTER, PRIEST, PASTOR, OR RABBI

10 J. ANY OTHER HEALER, LIKE AN HERBALIST, CHIROPRACTOR, DOCTOR OF ORIENTAL MEDICINE, OR SPIRITUALIST

13 K. OTHER (SPECIFY)

ValueLabelFrequencyValid
Percent
Total
Percent
8H. A NURSE, OCCUPATIONAL THERAPIST, OR OTHER HEALTH PROFESSIONAL888.89%00.04%
10J. ANY OTHER HEALER, LIKE AN HERBALIST, CHIROPRACTOR, DOCTOR OF ORIENTAL MEDICINE, OR SPIRITUALIST111.11%00.00%
.Missing20004-99.96%

Disclaimer: Frequencies displayed above are not weighted.

  • Missing Data Codes: . (Missing)
  • Total Cases: 20013

You can also view this variable in SDA open in new window.


Variable Label: Talked to professional about panic attacks:9th mention


PD50_1_
[('link to respondent booklet (RB, PG19)
Which ones? Just give me the letter? '

PROBE: Any other?
RECORD ALL MENTIONS'
/
Please tell me of the following professionals which ones you have ever talked to about your attacks: a psychiatrist, general practitioner or family doctor, any other medical doctor, psychologist, social worker, counselor, any other mental health professional such as a psychotherapist or mental health nurse, a nurse occupational therapist or health professional, a religious or spiritual advisor like a minister, priest, pastor, rabbi, any other healer, like a herbalist, chiropractor, doctor of oriental medicine or a spiritualist?

PROBE: Any other?
RECORD ALL MENTIONS)]

1 A. PSYCHIATRIST

2 B. GENERAL PRACTITIONER OR FAMILY DOCTOR

3 C. ANY OTHER MEDICAL DOCTOR LIKE A CARDIOLOGIST OR UROLOGIST/GYNECOLOGIST

4 D. PSYCHOLOGIST

5 E. SOCIAL WORKER

6 F. COUNSELOR

7 G. ANY OTHER MENTAL HEALTH PROFESSIONAL, SUCH AS A PSYCHOTHERAPIST OR MENTAL HEALTH NURSE

8 H. A NURSE, OCCUPATIONAL THERAPIST, OR OTHER HEALTH PROFESSIONAL

9 I. A RELIGIOUS OR SPIRITUAL ADVISOR LIKE A MINISTER, PRIEST, PASTOR, OR RABBI

10 J. ANY OTHER HEALER, LIKE AN HERBALIST, CHIROPRACTOR, DOCTOR OF ORIENTAL MEDICINE, OR SPIRITUALIST

13 K. OTHER (SPECIFY)

ValueLabelFrequencyValid
Percent
Total
Percent
9I. A RELIGIOUS OR SPIRITUAL ADVISOR LIKE A MINISTER, PRIEST, PASTOR, OR RABBI675.00%00.03%
10J. ANY OTHER HEALER, LIKE AN HERBALIST, CHIROPRACTOR, DOCTOR OF ORIENTAL MEDICINE, OR SPIRITUALIST112.50%00.00%
13K. OTHER (SPECIFY)112.50%00.00%
.Missing20005-99.96%

Disclaimer: Frequencies displayed above are not weighted.

  • Missing Data Codes: . (Missing)
  • Total Cases: 20013

You can also view this variable in SDA open in new window.


Variable Label: Talked to professional about panic attacks:10th mention


PD50_1_
[('link to respondent booklet (RB, PG19)
Which ones? Just give me the letter? '

PROBE: Any other?
RECORD ALL MENTIONS'
/
Please tell me of the following professionals which ones you have ever talked to about your attacks: a psychiatrist, general practitioner or family doctor, any other medical doctor, psychologist, social worker, counselor, any other mental health professional such as a psychotherapist or mental health nurse, a nurse occupational therapist or health professional, a religious or spiritual advisor like a minister, priest, pastor, rabbi, any other healer, like a herbalist, chiropractor, doctor of oriental medicine or a spiritualist?

PROBE: Any other?
RECORD ALL MENTIONS)]

1 A. PSYCHIATRIST

2 B. GENERAL PRACTITIONER OR FAMILY DOCTOR

3 C. ANY OTHER MEDICAL DOCTOR LIKE A CARDIOLOGIST OR UROLOGIST/GYNECOLOGIST

4 D. PSYCHOLOGIST

5 E. SOCIAL WORKER

6 F. COUNSELOR

7 G. ANY OTHER MENTAL HEALTH PROFESSIONAL, SUCH AS A PSYCHOTHERAPIST OR MENTAL HEALTH NURSE

8 H. A NURSE, OCCUPATIONAL THERAPIST, OR OTHER HEALTH PROFESSIONAL

9 I. A RELIGIOUS OR SPIRITUAL ADVISOR LIKE A MINISTER, PRIEST, PASTOR, OR RABBI

10 J. ANY OTHER HEALER, LIKE AN HERBALIST, CHIROPRACTOR, DOCTOR OF ORIENTAL MEDICINE, OR SPIRITUALIST

13 K. OTHER (SPECIFY)

ValueLabelFrequencyValid
Percent
Total
Percent
10J. ANY OTHER HEALER, LIKE AN HERBALIST, CHIROPRACTOR, DOCTOR OF ORIENTAL MEDICINE, OR SPIRITUALIST4100.00%00.02%
.Missing20009-99.98%

Disclaimer: Frequencies displayed above are not weighted.

  • Missing Data Codes: . (Missing)
  • Total Cases: 20013

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Variable Label: Age 1st see professional for attacks


PD50a

How old were you the first time (you talked to a professional about your attacks)?

  • Valid N: 1154
  • Refused: 24
  • Don't Know: 1
  • Missing (Other): 0
  • Missing (System): 18834
MeanStd DevMedianMinMax
31.8213.9330.0000.00096.000
  • Valid Range: 0 - 96
  • Total Cases: 20013

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Variable Label: Ever talk to doc or professional about panic attacks


PD50a.

Did you ever in your life talk to a medical doctor or other professional about your attacks?

1 YES

5 NO

ValueLabelFrequencyValid
Percent
Total
Percent
1YES16844.68%00.84%
5NO20855.32%01.04%
.Missing19637-98.12%

Disclaimer: Frequencies displayed above are not weighted.

  • Missing Data Codes: . (Missing)
  • Total Cases: 20013

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Variable Label: Tried to get professional help for panic attacks


PD50b.

Did you ever try to get professional help for your attacks?

1 YES

5 NO

ValueLabelFrequencyValid
Percent
Total
Percent
1YES602.88%00.03%
5NO20297.12%01.01%
.Missing19805-98.96%

Disclaimer: Frequencies displayed above are not weighted.

  • Missing Data Codes: . (Missing)
  • Total Cases: 20013

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For the individual studies, this variable exists in different sections from CPES.

Variable Label: Reason didn't get help for attack-1st mention


Reason didn't get help for attack-1st mention

1 PROB WOULD GET BETTER ON OWN

2 FELT BETTER

3 NOT REALLY BOTHER MUCH

4 WANTED TO SOLVE PROB ALONE

5 NOT THINK IT WOULD HELP

6 COULD NOT AFFORD IT

7 WORRIED WHAT OTHERS THINK

8 INCONVENIENT, TRANSPORT PROBS

9 NOT KNOW WHERE GO FOR HELP

10 EMBARRASSED TALK ABOUT PROB

11 TALKED TO FRIEND, RELATIVE

12 OTH: DID NOT NEED HELP, DID NOT THINK HAD PROBLEM

13 OTH: DID NOT WANT HELP

14 OTH: TURNED TO GOD FOR HELP

15 OTH: TOO YOUNG, PROBLEM WHEN CHILD

16 OTH: DO NOT LIKE DOCTORS

17 OTH: DID TALK TO DOCTOR

18 OTH: DID NOT GET HELP

19 OTH: DID NOT THINK OF IT

20 OTH: NOT WANT TALK ABOUT PERSONAL PROBS

97 OTHER

ValueLabelFrequencyValid
Percent
Total
Percent
1PROB WOULD GET BETTER ON OWN5226.13%00.26%
2FELT BETTER1507.54%00.07%
3NOT REALLY BOTHER MUCH4221.11%00.21%
4WANTED TO SOLVE PROB ALONE2512.56%00.12%
5NOT THINK IT WOULD HELP703.52%00.03%
6COULD NOT AFFORD IT1306.53%00.06%
7WORRIED WHAT OTHERS THINK201.01%00.01%
8INCONVENIENT, TRANSPORT PROBS402.01%00.02%
9NOT KNOW WHERE GO FOR HELP402.01%00.02%
10EMBARRASSED TALK ABOUT PROB703.52%00.03%
11TALKED TO FRIEND, RELATIVE804.02%00.04%
12OTH: DID NOT NEED HELP, DID NOT THINK HAD PROBLEM703.52%00.03%
14OTH: TURNED TO GOD FOR HELP402.01%00.02%
15OTH: TOO YOUNG, PROBLEM WHEN CHILD100.50%00.00%
16OTH: DO NOT LIKE DOCTORS502.51%00.02%
18OTH: DID NOT GET HELP100.50%00.00%
19OTH: DID NOT THINK OF IT100.50%00.00%
97OTHER100.50%00.00%
-9REFUSED9-00.04%
.Missing19805-98.96%

Disclaimer: Frequencies displayed above are not weighted.

  • Missing Data Codes: -9 (Refused), . (Missing)
  • Total Cases: 20013

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For the individual studies, this variable exists in different sections from CPES.

Variable Label: Reason didn't get help for attack-2nd mention


Reason didn't get help for attack-2nd mention

1 PROB WOULD GET BETTER ON OWN

2 FELT BETTER

3 NOT REALLY BOTHER MUCH

4 WANTED TO SOLVE PROB ALONE

5 NOT THINK IT WOULD HELP

6 COULD NOT AFFORD IT

7 WORRIED WHAT OTHERS THINK

8 INCONVENIENT, TRANSPORT PROBS

9 NOT KNOW WHERE GO FOR HELP

10 EMBARRASSED TALK ABOUT PROB

11 TALKED TO FRIEND, RELATIVE

12 OTH: DID NOT NEED HELP, DID NOT THINK HAD PROBLEM

13 OTH: DID NOT WANT HELP

14 OTH: TURNED TO GOD FOR HELP

15 OTH: TOO YOUNG, PROBLEM WHEN CHILD

16 OTH: DO NOT LIKE DOCTORS

17 OTH: DID TALK TO DOCTOR

18 OTH: DID NOT GET HELP

19 OTH: DID NOT THINK OF IT

20 OTH: NOT WANT TALK ABOUT PERSONAL PROBS

97 OTHER

ValueLabelFrequencyValid
Percent
Total
Percent
1PROB WOULD GET BETTER ON OWN306.00%00.01%
2FELT BETTER816.00%00.04%
3NOT REALLY BOTHER MUCH408.00%00.02%
4WANTED TO SOLVE PROB ALONE714.00%00.03%
5NOT THINK IT WOULD HELP714.00%00.03%
6COULD NOT AFFORD IT306.00%00.01%
7WORRIED WHAT OTHERS THINK102.00%00.00%
8INCONVENIENT, TRANSPORT PROBS204.00%00.01%
9NOT KNOW WHERE GO FOR HELP204.00%00.01%
10EMBARRASSED TALK ABOUT PROB306.00%00.01%
11TALKED TO FRIEND, RELATIVE408.00%00.02%
97OTHER612.00%00.03%
-9REFUSED2-00.01%
.Missing19961-99.74%

Disclaimer: Frequencies displayed above are not weighted.

  • Missing Data Codes: -9 (Refused), . (Missing)
  • Total Cases: 20013

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Variable Label: 1st time see professional for attacks


PD51.

Was this the first time (you talked to a professional about your attacks)?

1 YES

5 NO

ValueLabelFrequencyValid
Percent
Total
Percent
1YES6535.71%00.32%
5NO11764.29%00.58%
-8DONT KNOW1-00.00%
.Missing19830-99.09%

Disclaimer: Frequencies displayed above are not weighted.

  • Missing Data Codes: -8 (Don't know), . (Missing)
  • Total Cases: 20013

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Variable Label: Saw psychiatrist for attacks


PD53a.

Which of the following types of professionals did you ever talk to about your attacks?

Did you talk to a psychiatrist?

1 YES

5 NO

ValueLabelFrequencyValid
Percent
Total
Percent
1YES14742.00%00.73%
5NO20358.00%01.01%
-9REFUSED1-00.00%
.Missing19662-98.25%

Disclaimer: Frequencies displayed above are not weighted.

  • Missing Data Codes: -9 (Refused), . (Missing)
  • Total Cases: 20013

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Variable Label: Saw mental health professional for attacks


PD53b.

Did you talk to any other mental health professional, such as a psychologist, psychotherapist, social worker, a mental health nurse or counselor?

1 YES

5 NO

ValueLabelFrequencyValid
Percent
Total
Percent
1YES12836.47%00.64%
5NO22363.53%01.11%
.Missing19662-98.25%

Disclaimer: Frequencies displayed above are not weighted.

  • Missing Data Codes: . (Missing)
  • Total Cases: 20013

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Variable Label: Saw family doctor for attacks


PD53c.

Did you talk to a family doctor?

1 YES

5 NO

ValueLabelFrequencyValid
Percent
Total
Percent
1YES25572.65%01.27%
5NO9627.35%00.48%
.Missing19662-98.25%

Disclaimer: Frequencies displayed above are not weighted.

  • Missing Data Codes: . (Missing)
  • Total Cases: 20013

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Variable Label: Saw medical doctor for attacks


PD53d.

Did you talk to any other medical doctor, like a cardiologist or [(WOMEN: gynecologist/ MEN: urologist)]?

1 YES

5 NO

ValueLabelFrequencyValid
Percent
Total
Percent
1YES10429.63%00.52%
5NO24770.37%01.23%
.Missing19662-98.25%

Disclaimer: Frequencies displayed above are not weighted.

  • Missing Data Codes: . (Missing)
  • Total Cases: 20013

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Variable Label: Saw other health professional for attacks


PD53e.

Did you talk to any other health professional, like a nurse or physician's assistant?

1 YES

5 NO

ValueLabelFrequencyValid
Percent
Total
Percent
1YES7521.37%00.37%
5NO27678.63%01.38%
.Missing19662-98.25%

Disclaimer: Frequencies displayed above are not weighted.

  • Missing Data Codes: . (Missing)
  • Total Cases: 20013

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Variable Label: Saw religious or spiritual advisor for attacks


PD53f.

Did you talk to a religious or spiritual advisor like a minister, priest, or rabbi?

1 YES

5 NO

ValueLabelFrequencyValid
Percent
Total
Percent
1YES10830.77%00.54%
5NO24369.23%01.21%
.Missing19662-98.25%

Disclaimer: Frequencies displayed above are not weighted.

  • Missing Data Codes: . (Missing)
  • Total Cases: 20013

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Variable Label: Saw other healer for attacks


PD53g.

Did you talk to any other healer, like an herbalist, chiropractor, or spiritualist?

1 YES

5 NO

ValueLabelFrequencyValid
Percent
Total
Percent
1YES2105.98%00.10%
5NO33094.02%01.65%
.Missing19662-98.25%

Disclaimer: Frequencies displayed above are not weighted.

  • Missing Data Codes: . (Missing)
  • Total Cases: 20013

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Variable Label: Professional(s) were helpful


PD54.

[(Were any of these/Was this)] helpful to you?

1 YES

5 NO

ValueLabelFrequencyValid
Percent
Total
Percent
1YES30887.75%01.54%
5NO4312.25%00.21%
.Missing19662-98.25%

Disclaimer: Frequencies displayed above are not weighted.

  • Missing Data Codes: . (Missing)
  • Total Cases: 20013

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Variable Label: Attack treatment received-1st mention


PD55.

What kind of treatment did you receive?

CHECK ALL THAT APPLY

1 NONE

2 INDIVIDUAL THERAPY

3 GROUP THERAPY

4 MEDS, DRUGS

5 OTHER

ValueLabelFrequencyValid
Percent
Total
Percent
1NONE3409.71%00.17%
2INDIVIDUAL THERAPY12034.29%00.60%
3GROUP THERAPY802.29%00.04%
4MEDS, DRUGS16948.29%00.84%
5OTHER1905.43%00.09%
-9REFUSED1-00.00%
.Missing19662-98.25%

Disclaimer: Frequencies displayed above are not weighted.

  • Missing Data Codes: -9 (Refused), . (Missing)
  • Total Cases: 20013

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Variable Label: Attack treatment received-2nd mention


PD55.

What kind of treatment did you receive?

CHECK ALL THAT APPLY

1 NONE

2 INDIVIDUAL THERAPY

3 GROUP THERAPY

4 MEDS, DRUGS

5 OTHER

ValueLabelFrequencyValid
Percent
Total
Percent
2INDIVIDUAL THERAPY1518.29%00.07%
3GROUP THERAPY1923.17%00.09%
4MEDS, DRUGS4048.78%00.20%
5OTHER809.76%00.04%
.Missing19931-99.59%

Disclaimer: Frequencies displayed above are not weighted.

  • Missing Data Codes: . (Missing)
  • Total Cases: 20013

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Variable Label: Attack treatment received-3rd mention


PD55.

What kind of treatment did you receive?

CHECK ALL THAT APPLY

1 NONE

2 INDIVIDUAL THERAPY

3 GROUP THERAPY

4 MEDS, DRUGS

5 OTHER

ValueLabelFrequencyValid
Percent
Total
Percent
3GROUP THERAPY106.67%00.00%
4MEDS, DRUGS1386.67%00.06%
5OTHER106.67%00.00%
.Missing19998-99.93%

Disclaimer: Frequencies displayed above are not weighted.

  • Missing Data Codes: . (Missing)
  • Total Cases: 20013

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Variable Label: Attack treatment received-4th mention


PD55.

What kind of treatment did you receive?

CHECK ALL THAT APPLY

1 NONE

2 INDIVIDUAL THERAPY

3 GROUP THERAPY

4 MEDS, DRUGS

5 OTHER

ValueLabelFrequencyValid
Percent
Total
Percent
5OTHER3100.00%00.01%
.Missing20010-99.99%

Disclaimer: Frequencies displayed above are not weighted.

  • Missing Data Codes: . (Missing)
  • Total Cases: 20013

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Variable Label: # times hospitalized for attacks


PD56b.

How many times have you ever been hospitalized for your attacks?

  • Valid N: 77
  • Refused: 3
  • Don't Know: 0
  • Missing (Other): 0
  • Missing (System): 19933
MeanStd DevMedianMinMax
05.5114.4702.0001.00099.000
  • Valid Range: 1 - 99
  • Total Cases: 20013

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Variable Label: Received help from family/friends/acquaintances for attacks


PD57.

Did you ever in your life receive any help for your attacks from family, friends, or other acquaintances?

1 YES

5 NO

ValueLabelFrequencyValid
Percent
Total
Percent
1YES29352.42%01.46%
5NO26647.58%01.33%
.Missing19454-97.21%

Disclaimer: Frequencies displayed above are not weighted.

  • Missing Data Codes: . (Missing)
  • Total Cases: 20013

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Variable Label: Tried to get help from family/friends/acquaint for attacks


PD57a.

Did you try to get help for your attacks from family, friends, or other acquaintances?

1 YES

5 NO

ValueLabelFrequencyValid
Percent
Total
Percent
1YES3111.65%00.15%
5NO23588.35%01.17%
.Missing19747-98.67%

Disclaimer: Frequencies displayed above are not weighted.

  • Missing Data Codes: . (Missing)
  • Total Cases: 20013

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For the individual studies, this variable exists in different sections from CPES.

Variable Label: Why not panic help from fam/friends-1st mention


Why not panic help from fam/friends-1st mention

1 DENIAL OF PROBLEM, NOT NEED HELP

2 DID NOT BOTHER ME, NOT WANT HELP

3 NOT WANT TO BURDEN FAMILY

4 THEY COULD NOT HELP

5 NOT WANT TO TALK ABOUT IT, PRIDE, WOULD GET BETTER ON OWN

6 EMBARRASSED, AFRAID

7 THEY WOULD NOT UNDERSTAND

8 PROBLEM WILL GET BETTER ON OWN

9 THEY DID NOT WANT TO HELP OR LISTEN, TOO BUSY

10 NOT ASSOCIATE WITH FAMILY LIKE THAT

11 NOT WANT TO ASK FAMILY FOR HELP, NOT THEIR PROBLEM

12 NOT TRUST FAMILY

13 FAMILY IS THE PROBLEM

14 RECEIVED PROF HELP, FAM WAS SUPPORTIVE

15 MONEY, FINANCIAL

16 DID NOT THINK TO TELL THEM, NO REASON

17 PROBLEM GOT BETTER

18 GOT HELP FROM FRIEND, FAMILY

97 Other

ValueLabelFrequencyValid
Percent
Total
Percent
1DENIAL OF PROBLEM, NOT NEED HELP3513.73%00.17%
2DID NOT BOTHER ME, NOT WANT HELP1706.67%00.08%
3NOT WANT TO BURDEN FAMILY702.75%00.03%
4THEY COULD NOT HELP3413.33%00.17%
5NOT WANT TO TALK ABOUT IT, PRIDE, WOULD GET BETTER ON OWN3112.16%00.15%
6EMBARRASSED, AFRAID602.35%00.03%
7THEY WOULD NOT UNDERSTAND1606.27%00.08%
8PROBLEM WILL GET BETTER ON OWN501.96%00.02%
9THEY DID NOT WANT TO HELP OR LISTEN, TOO BUSY602.35%00.03%
10NOT ASSOCIATE WITH FAMILY LIKE THAT1104.31%00.05%
11NOT WANT TO ASK FAMILY FOR HELP, NOT THEIR PROBLEM1807.06%00.09%
12NOT TRUST FAMILY1305.10%00.06%
13FAMILY IS THE PROBLEM200.78%00.01%
14RECEIVED PROF HELP, FAM WAS SUPPORTIVE1003.92%00.05%
16DID NOT THINK TO TELL THEM, NO REASON2911.37%00.14%
18GOT HELP FROM FRIEND, FAMILY200.78%00.01%
97OTHER1305.10%00.06%
-9REFUSED1-00.00%
-8DONT KNOW10-00.05%
.Missing19747-98.67%

Disclaimer: Frequencies displayed above are not weighted.

  • Missing Data Codes: -9 (Refused), -8 (Don't know), . (Missing)
  • Total Cases: 20013

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For the individual studies, this variable exists in different sections from CPES.

Variable Label: Why not panic help from fam/friends-2nd mention


Why not panic help from fam/friends-2nd mention

1 DENIAL OF PROBLEM, NOT NEED HELP

2 DID NOT BOTHER ME, NOT WANT HELP

3 NOT WANT TO BURDEN FAMILY

4 THEY COULD NOT HELP

5 NOT WANT TO TALK ABOUT IT, PRIDE, WOULD GET BETTER ON OWN

6 EMBARRASSED, AFRAID

7 THEY WOULD NOT UNDERSTAND

8 PROBLEM WILL GET BETTER ON OWN

9 THEY DID NOT WANT TO HELP OR LISTEN, TOO BUSY

10 NOT ASSOCIATE WITH FAMILY LIKE THAT

11 NOT WANT TO ASK FAMILY FOR HELP, NOT THEIR PROBLEM

12 NOT TRUST FAMILY

13 FAMILY IS THE PROBLEM

14 RECEIVED PROF HELP, FAM WAS SUPPORTIVE

15 MONEY, FINANCIAL

16 DID NOT THINK TO TELL THEM, NO REASON

17 PROBLEM GOT BETTER

18 GOT HELP FROM FRIEND, FAMILY

97 Other

ValueLabelFrequencyValid
Percent
Total
Percent
1DENIAL OF PROBLEM, NOT NEED HELP205.26%00.01%
2DID NOT BOTHER ME, NOT WANT HELP307.89%00.01%
3NOT WANT TO BURDEN FAMILY205.26%00.01%
4THEY COULD NOT HELP410.53%00.02%
5NOT WANT TO TALK ABOUT IT, PRIDE, WOULD GET BETTER ON OWN410.53%00.02%
6EMBARRASSED, AFRAID102.63%00.00%
7THEY WOULD NOT UNDERSTAND307.89%00.01%
8PROBLEM WILL GET BETTER ON OWN205.26%00.01%
9THEY DID NOT WANT TO HELP OR LISTEN, TOO BUSY205.26%00.01%
10NOT ASSOCIATE WITH FAMILY LIKE THAT205.26%00.01%
11NOT WANT TO ASK FAMILY FOR HELP, NOT THEIR PROBLEM410.53%00.02%
12NOT TRUST FAMILY307.89%00.01%
16DID NOT THINK TO TELL THEM, NO REASON410.53%00.02%
17PROBLEM GOT BETTER102.63%00.00%
18GOT HELP FROM FRIEND, FAMILY102.63%00.00%
.Missing19975-99.81%

Disclaimer: Frequencies displayed above are not weighted.

  • Missing Data Codes: . (Missing)
  • Total Cases: 20013

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Variable Label: Received helpful/effective treatment for attack


PD62

Did you ever get treatment for your attacks that you considered helpful or effective?

1 YES

5 NO

ValueLabelFrequencyValid
Percent
Total
Percent
1YES62870.72%03.14%
5NO26029.28%01.30%
-8DONT KNOW6-00.03%
.Missing19119-95.53%

Disclaimer: Frequencies displayed above are not weighted.

  • Missing Data Codes: -8 (Don't know), . (Missing)
  • Total Cases: 20013

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Variable Label: Age 1st got helpful treatment for attack


PD62a

How old were you the first time (you got helpful treatment for your attacks)?

  • Valid N: 617
  • Refused: 11
  • Don't Know: 0
  • Missing (Other): 0
  • Missing (System): 19385
MeanStd DevMedianMinMax
33.7613.4932.0002.00084.000
  • Valid Range: 2 - 84
  • Total Cases: 20013

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Variable Label: Total profs seen for panic incl helpful treatment doc


PD62b

How many professionals did you ever talk to about your attacks up to and including the first time you got helpful treatment?

  • Valid N: 611
  • Refused: 16
  • Don't Know: 1
  • Missing (Other): 0
  • Missing (System): 19385
MeanStd DevMedianMinMax
02.9903.3502.0000.00030.000
  • Valid Range: 0 - 30
  • Total Cases: 20013

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Variable Label: # professionals ever talk to about panic attacks


PD62c

How many professionals did you ever talk to about your attacks?

  • Valid N: 258
  • Refused: 8
  • Don't Know: 0
  • Missing (Other): 0
  • Missing (System): 19747
MeanStd DevMedianMinMax
02.2202.5702.0000.00030.000
  • Valid Range: 0 - 30
  • Total Cases: 20013

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Variable Label: Receive professional treatment for attacks in past 12 mths


PD64

Did you receive professional treatment for your attacks at any time in the past 12 months?

1 YES

5 NO

ValueLabelFrequencyValid
Percent
Total
Percent
1YES34338.41%01.71%
5NO55061.59%02.75%
-8DONT KNOW1-00.00%
.Missing19119-95.53%

Disclaimer: Frequencies displayed above are not weighted.

  • Missing Data Codes: -8 (Don't know), . (Missing)
  • Total Cases: 20013

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Variable Label: Hospitalized overnight for attacks


PD65

Were you ever hospitalized overnight for your attacks?

1 YES

5 NO

ValueLabelFrequencyValid
Percent
Total
Percent
1YES25120.19%01.25%
5NO99279.81%04.96%
-9REFUSED2-00.01%
.Missing18768-93.78%

Disclaimer: Frequencies displayed above are not weighted.

  • Missing Data Codes: -9 (Refused), . (Missing)
  • Total Cases: 20013

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Variable Label: Age 1st time hospitalized overnight for attacks


PD65a

How old were you the first time (you were hospitalized overnight because of your attacks)?

A discrepancy exists between the question text in the surveys. You may wish to compare question text to determine how it affects the variable results.

  • Valid N: 243
  • Refused: 8
  • Don't Know: 0
  • Missing (Other): 0
  • Missing (System): 19762
MeanStd DevMedianMinMax
33.0815.8329.0003.00088.000
  • Valid Range: 3 - 88
  • Total Cases: 20013

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Variable Label: # close relatives ever had panic attacks


PD65_1

How many of your close relatives -- including your biological parents, brothers and sisters, and children -- ever had attacks of this sort?

  • Valid N: 1325
  • Refused: 181
  • Don't Know: 0
  • Missing (Other): 0
  • Missing (System): 18507
MeanStd DevMedianMinMax
01.0901.8500.0000.00030.000
  • Valid Range: 0 - 30
  • Total Cases: 20013

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