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Amtmann D, Bamer AM, Noonan VK, Lang N, Kim J, Cook KF. "Comparison of the psychometric properties of two fatigue scales in multiple sclerosis." Rehabil Psychol. 2012;57(2):159-66.
Amtmann D, Bamer AM, Brockway J A, Noonan VK, Cook KF, Johnson KL. "Measuring self-efficacy in MS: A newly developed scale and shortforms." International Journal of MS Care. 2010;12(S1):6.
Amtmann D, Cook KF, Ehde DM, Johnson KL, Hinton K, Bombardier CH. "Psychometric Evaluation of PHQ9 Using Item-Response Theory." International Journal of MS Care. 2006;8(2):46.
Amtmann D, Bamer AM, Cook KF, Askew RL, Noonan VK, Brockway J A. "University of Washington Self-Efficacy Scale: A New Self-Efficacy Scale for People With Disabilities." Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation. 2012.
Amtmann D, Bamer AM, Cook KF, Harniss M, Johnson KL. "Adapting PROMIS physical function items for users of assistive technology." Disability and Health Journal. 2010;3(2):e9.
Amtmann D, Johnson KL, Kuehn CM, Hinton K, Ehde DM, Kraft GH. "Subgroups of individuals living with multiple sclerosis: Implications for intervention." International Journal of MS Care. 2005;7(2):48.
Amtmann D, Kim J, Chung H, et al. "Comparing CESD-10, PHQ-9, and PROMIS Depression Instruments in Individuals With Multiple Sclerosis." Rehabil Psychol. 2014.
Askew RL, Amtmann D, Weir VG, Johnson KL. Identifying unmet needs of individuals with MS: A latent class analysis. Oral Presentation at American Public Health Association (APHA) Annual Meeting, San Francisco, CA; 2012.

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