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Table 2 Questionnaires for children

From: PreDictor Research in Obesity during Medical care - weight Loss in children and adolescents during an INpatient rehabilitation: rationale and design of the DROMLIN study

Questionnaires Short description
Sleep Self Report (SSR)[74, 75] 28 items; three thematic areas; three answer options ranging from “common” to “uncommon”
Pediatric Daytime Sleepiness Scale (PDSS)[76] 32 items; six thematic areas; five Answer options ranging from “always” to “never”
Inventory for recording the Quality of life in Children and Adolescents (ILK) version for children[77] 10 items; seven thematic areas; five answer options ranging from “very good” to “very bad”
Inventory of Eating and Weight problems Inventory for Children (EWI-C/IEG-K)[78] 60 items; ten subscales; four answer options ranging from “not true at all” to “totally agree”
Somatization Inventory for Children and Adolescents (SI-KJ)[79, 80] 35 items; list of symptoms; five answer options ranging from “not at all” to “much”
State-Trait Anxiety Inventory (STAI-C)[81, 82] 20 items; two scales; three answer options ranging from “almost never” to “often”
Depression Inventory for Children and Adolescents (DI-KJ)[83] 26 items; queries gradations of symptoms; decision between three predefined answer alternative
Stress and Stress Coping Questionnaire for Children and Adolescents (SSJK)[84] 84 items; three subscales; five answer options ranging from “never” to “always”
Revised self-esteem scale by Rosenberg 10 items; total score from 10–40, the higher the score the higher the level of self-esteem; Four answer options ranging from “strongly disagree” to “strongly agree”