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Terror

The table below only lists variables in the public use file. If you want to see the position and frequency distribution of variables that are in the restricted file, you can view all variables in this section.

* indicates there is some discrepancy in the question and/or answer text.
This variable appears in different sections of the individual studies.

IDLabelNCSRNLAASNSAL
V06390Know anyone killed in 911 attackT1DA39*
V06403Know anyone injured but survived 911 attackT2DA40
V06416Close friend/relative near site but not injured in 911 attack T3
V06417Close friend/rel near site/not injured in 911:1st mentionT3A01
V06421Close friend/rel near site/not injured in 911:2nd mentionT3A02
V06422Close friend/rel near site/not injured in 911:3rd mentionT3A03
V05688Time spent getting info from media few weeks after 911DA41A
V05692Life affected as result of 911-losing my jobDA42B
V05693Life affected as result of 911-reduction in family incomeDA42D
V05694Life affected as result of 911-more patrioticDA42E
V05695Life affected as result of 911-feel less safeDA42F
V05696Life affected as result of 911-treated unfairly due to race/appearDA42H
V05697Life affected as result of 911-less optimistic about futureDA42I
V05698Life affected as result of 911-no longer cope with thingsDA42L
V07205How 1st learned about Sept 11 attacksTR1
V07207Someone close witness attacks in personTR2
V07210Someone close to R in bldgs when attackTR3
V07213How much attack shaken sense of safetyTR4

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