If you use this model or its results as inspiration to new and better works, please cite the following paper:
Formolo,D., van Ments, L., Treur, J., A computational model to simulate development and recovery of traumatised patients, Biologically Inspired Cognitive Architectures, Volume 21, 2017, Pages 26-36, ISSN 2212-683X.
You are free to use it in new researches or improve it. Bellow, there is a short description of files that you will find.
database_ICPSR_09329: real data used in experiments.
You can find the raw data and a worksheet with processed data. In that worksheet, you can see how the variables were counted for each input/output of the model.
Data.xlsx ds1, ds2, ds3, ... are the sheets with the data.
Each column represents one variable, the used variables are identified by its name relative to description in: 09329-Codebook.pdf
trauma, trigger, social support, ... are the compilation of variables used. Each line is a register (different real case/person).
You can see how variables were counted by observing the formulas inside cells. Each variable is composed of 3 columns. Example: CUTOFF | weight | variable value
CUTOFF is the variable and its rouge value
Weight is the importance of that variable in the sum of values for the input of the model, for this case: SOCIAL SUPPORT
var value is the final value of this variable for the input of the model.
At the right of each sheet, you find one or more of this tags: FI-N FI-P SI-N SI-P, they mean:
FI-N: FIRST INTERVIEW-NEGAVIVE IMPACT,
FI-N: FIRST INTERVIEW-POSITIVE IMPACT,
SI-N: SECOND INTERVIEW-NEGAVIVE IMPACT,
SI-N: SECOND INTERVIEW-POSITIVE IMPACT
These columns aggregate the sum of values of variables and are the inputs of the model.
We just used the second interview value in our experiments
We only used complete registers without missing data, that is found in data_resume.xlsx database.
matlab_v160202: lastmatlab version.
All files named t_* are performing different tests. Other files are auxiliary files used by the tests.
data.m have the data imported from excel file.