parenting data, wave 2 (2009/10)


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


Study: pairfam


Dataset: parenting2

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