What we evaluate

The following table shows the number of participants and the tools available in each wave:

Participants

C11
Baseline
2011-2012
C11
2nd. wave
2014-2015
C11
3rd. wave
2019
C19
Baseline
2019-2021
C19
Substudy
COVID 2020
C11
4th. wave
2022
C19
2nd. wave
2022
Cohort 2011 (C11)4.7532.5281.577
Cohort 2019 (C19)3.0031.185

Tools

ToolsC11 BaselineC11 2nd waveC11 3rd waveC19 BaselineC19 Subst. COVID 2020C11 2022C19 2022
Household compositionX
Sociodemographic featuresX
Cognitive reserve questionnaire (Rami et al., 2011)XX
Mini Mental State Examination (Lobo et al., 1979)XX
Work history and benefitsX
Disability assessment (WHO-DAS II), 12 items (Luciano et al., 2010)
Basic and instrumental activities of daily livingX
Multidimensional assessment of health condition (Salomon et al., 2003)X
Blood pressureX
Weight and heightX
Waist circumferenceX
Walking speedX
Vision (near and distance)XXXX
Grip strengthX
Immediate and delayed recall. Consortium to establish an Alzheimer’s disease registry (Morris et al., 1989)X
Forward and backward digit span tests of the Wechsler Adult Intelligence Scale (2008)X
Verbal fluency. Animal naming technique (Rosen et al., 1980)X
Trail Making Test (Reitan, 1958)XXXXX
Tobacco and alcohol consumption
Mediterranean Diet Adherence Screener (MEDAS) (Martínez-González et al., 2012)X
Mini-nutritional assessment (Kaiser et al., 2009)XX
Global Physical Activity Questionnaire (GPAQ) version 2 (Armstrong and Bull, 2006)
Chronic conditions (e.g. diabetes, stroke, asthma, hypertension, etc.),X
Angina (Rose, 1962)X
InjuriesXXXXXX
Urinary incontinence (Espuña et al., 2004)XXX
Depression (Kessler & Üstun, 2004)
Generalized anxiety (Kessler & Üstun, 2004)X
Panic disorder or attack (Kessler & Üstun, 2004)
Suicide (Kessler & Üstun, 2004)
Agoraphobia (Kessler & Üstun, 2004)XXXXX
The List of Threatening Experiences (Brugha & Cragg, 1990)XXXXX
Health care utilization and health system coverageX
Eysenck personality questionnaire, N, E and S scales (Sandín et al., 2002)XXXXXX
Social networks (Zawisza et al., 2014), social trust and safetyX
Social participation. Based on the social isolation scale (Shankar et al., 2011)XXX
OSLO Social Support Scale (OSS-3) (Dalgard et al., 2006)
UCLA Loneliness Scale, 3 items (Hughes et al., 2004)
Suspicion of abuse of the elderly (Pérez Rojo et al., 2008)XXX
Caregiver’s burden (Zarit, 1980)XXX
Households in material deprivation (INE, 2019)XXX
Subjective Socioeconomic Status (Präg et al., 2016)XXX
Quality of life (WHOQOL-AGE) (Caballero et al., 2013)X
Perceived well-being scale (Cantril, 1965)
StressX
Reconstruction of daily life (Kahneman, 2004)X
Sleep quality index, 6 items (Macías & Royuela, 1996)XXX
Subjective well-being (Diener et al., 2009)XXX
Brief resilience scale (Rodríguez-Rey et al., 2016)XXXX
Built Environment Self-Reported Questionnaire (CBE-SR)XXXXXX
MortalityXXX
Interviewer evaluationX
COVID sub-study questionnaire
Questions about COVID infectionXXXXXX
Social relationships during confinementXXXXXX
PainXXXXXX
Self-reported weightXXXXXX
Screen useXXXXXX
Economic aspects and unemploymentXXXXXX
Proxy questionnaire
Informant Questionnaire on Cognitive Impairment in the Elderly (IQCODE-Short Form) (Jorm et al., 1994)X


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