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Table 1 concepts measured in the SMILE questionnaires

From: The SMILE study: a study of medical information and lifestyles in Eindhoven, the rationale and contents of a large prospective dynamic cohort study

  Adults Adolescents 55+
Gender X X X
Age X X X
Age father/mother   x  
Civil state X   X
Living arrangement X X X
Length X X X
Weight X X X
Ethnicity X X  
Religion X X  
Work situation/schoolgoing X X X
Sick leave X   
Occupational level [20] X   X
Educational level X X X
Educational level partner    X
Educational level father/mother    X
Income X X X
Appreciation of income [21]    X
Material deprivation [22]    X
Control beliefs: Self-efficacy (Sherer,1982) [23] [24, 25] X X  
Control beliefs: mastery [26]    X
Health locus of control (Halfens, 1985) [27] X X  
Importance of appearance X   
Perceived value of health X X  
Satisfaction with life domains X   
Self-esteem (Rosenberg,1989) [28] X X  
Values [29] X   
Coping (UCL) [30, 31] X X  
Personality (Big 5) [32]    
Life-events (MAS) X X  
Changes due to health problems X X  
Perceived limitations due to illness X X  
Social support (SSl 12-I) [33, 34] X X  
Social network X X  
Social inadequacy [35]    X
Hostility [36, 37]    X
Neuroticism [38]    X
Rebeliousness [39]    X
Autonomy    X
Hours of sleep X X  
Sunbathing and protection X X  
Alcohol X X  
Smoking X X  
Physical activity (SQUASH) [40] X X  
Leisure time activity X X  
Nutrition X X  
Use of health care facilities X X  
Anxiety and depression (HADS) [41–43] X   X
Depression (CES-D) [44, 45]   X  
Psychosomatic complaints (VOEG) [46, 47] X X  
Locomotor complaints (Hildebrandt) X X  
Pregnancy X   
Fatigue (CIS) [48] X X  
Self-rated health X X  
Quality of life [49] X X  
Health insurance X   
Attitude towards health financing X   
Attitude towards the Dutch society X   
RAND-36 [50, 51]    X
Global limitation indicator    X
ADL (GARS [52]/Frenchai [53]) X   
Quote [54] X