There is at least 1 question for each diagnosis (for major depressive disorder [MDD], there are 3; for mania, panic, conduct, and antisocial personality disorders, 2) that corresponds to the core symptom(s) of the disorder. There are screening questions that probe for the presence of a symptom and subsequently probe to specify which individual(s) exhibits the symptom (eg, "Did anyone on the list feel sad, blue, or depressed for most of the time for 2 days or more? If yes, who was that?"). The screening question serves as a gate for the impairment, duration, and/or exclusion questions asked only of screen-positive individuals (Figure 1). For conditions with multiple compound questions, a positive response to any of the screening questions identified a person as having that diagnosis. Data can be collected on alcohol dependence, other drug dependence, MDD, mania, panic disorder, generalized anxiety, agoraphobia, simple phobia, social phobia, obsessive-compulsive disorder, psychosis, antisocial personality disorder, separation anxiety, conduct disorder, attention-deficit hyperactive disorder, and suicide attempts or completed suicide. Only data for 8 diagnoses and suicide attempts are presented herein because of small numbers in the other groups.