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Table 2 Annotation scheme for the domain classification task

From: Analysis of risk factor domains in psychosis patient health records

Domain Description Example Example Keywords
Appearance Physical appearance, gestures, and mannerisms “A well-appearing, clean young woman appearing her stated age, pleasant and cooperative. Eye contact was good." Disheveled, clothing, groomed, wearing, clean
Thought Content Suicidal/homicidal ideation, obsessions, phobias, delusions, hallucinations “No SI, No HI, No hallucinations, Ideas of reference, Paranoid delusions" Obsession, delusion, grandiose, ideation, suicidal, paranoid
Interpersonal Family situation, friendships, and other social relationships “Pt. overall appears to be functioning very well despite this conflict with a romantic interest of hers." Boyfriend, relationship, peers, family, parents, social
Mood Feelings and overall disposition “Pt. indicates that his mood is becoming more ‘depressed.’" Anxious, calm, depressed, labile, confused, cooperative
Occupation School and/or employment “Pt. followed through with decision to leave college at this point in time." Boss, employed, job, school, class, homework, work
Thought Process Pace and coherence of thoughts. Includes linear, goal-directed, perseverative, tangential, and flight of ideas “Disorganized (Difficult to communicate with patient.), Paucity of thought, Thought-blocking." Linear, tangential, prosody, blocking, goal-directed, perseverant
Substance Drug and/or alcohol use “Patient used marijuana once which he believes triggered the current episode." Cocaine, marijuana, ETOH, addiction, narcotic
Other Any example that does not fall into any of the other seven domains “Maintain mood stabilization, prevent future episodes of mania, improve self-monitoring skills."