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report/Willson_NCHS_2006CAMRound1Report.pdf#page=7NHISHave you EVER been told by a doctor or other health professional that you had: Attention Deficit Disorder/Hyperactivity; Autism; Bipolar Disorder; Dementia, including Alzheimer’s disease, gum disease; Depression; Fibromyalgia; Irritable bowel syndrome; Influenza or pneumonia; Lupus; Mania or psychosis; Peripheral vascular disease, including Intermittent Claudication (cramping)or poor circulation in your legs; Phobia or fears; or Schizophrenia?2006
report/Miller_NCHS_2000SDQReport.pdf#page=7SDQCosiderate of other people's feelings2000
report/Miller_NCHS_2000SDQReport.pdf#page=8SDQRestless, overactive, cannot stay still for long2000
report/Miller_NCHS_2000SDQReport.pdf#page=9SDQOften complains of headaches, stomach-aches, or sickness2000
report/Miller_NCHS_2000SDQReport.pdf#page=10SDQShares readily with other children (ages 4-11)/youth (ages 12-17) (treats, toys, pencils)2000
report/Miller_NCHS_2000SDQReport.pdf#page=11SDQOften has temper tantrums or a hot temper2000
report/Miller_NCHS_2000SDQReport.pdf#page=12SDQRather solitary, tends to play alone2000
report/Miller_NCHS_2000SDQReport.pdf#page=13SDQGenerally obedient, usually does what adults request2000
report/Miller_NCHS_2000SDQReport.pdf#page=14SDQMany worries, often seems worried2000
report/Miller_NCHS_2000SDQReport.pdf#page=15SDQHelpful if someone is hurt, upset or feeling ill2000
report/Miller_NCHS_2000SDQReport.pdf#page=16SDQConstantly fidgeting or squirming2000
report/Miller_NCHS_2000SDQReport.pdf#page=16SDQHas at least one good friend2000
report/Miller_NCHS_2000SDQReport.pdf#page=17SDQOften fights with other children (ages 4-11)/youth (ages 12-17) or bullies them2000
report/Miller_NCHS_2000SDQReport.pdf#page=17SDQOften unhappy, depressed or tearful2000
report/Miller_NCHS_2000SDQReport.pdf#page=18SDQGenerally liked by other children (ages 4-11)/youth (ages 12-17)2000
report/Miller_NCHS_2000SDQReport.pdf#page=18SDQEasily distracted, concentration wanders2000
report/Miller_NCHS_2000SDQReport.pdf#page=19SDQNervous or clingy in new situations, easily loses confidence2000
report/Miller_NCHS_2000SDQReport.pdf#page=20SDQKind to younger children2000
report/Miller_NCHS_2000SDQReport.pdf#page=21SDQOften lies or cheats2000
report/Miller_NCHS_2000SDQReport.pdf#page=22SDQPicked on or bullied by other children (ages 4-11)/youth (ages 12-17)2000
report/Miller_NCHS_2000SDQReport.pdf#page=22SDQOften volunteers to help others (parents, teachers, other children)2000
report/Miller_NCHS_2000SDQReport.pdf#page=23SDQThinks things out before acting2000
report/Miller_NCHS_2000SDQReport.pdf#page=25SDQSteals from home, school, or elsewhere2000
report/Miller_NCHS_2000SDQReport.pdf#page=26SDQGets on better with adults than with other children (ages 4-11)/youth (ages 12-17)2000
report/Miller_NCHS_2000SDQReport.pdf#page=27SDQMany fears, easily scared2000