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Yorkston KM, Johnson KL, Klasner ER. "Taking part in life: enhancing participation in multiple sclerosis." Physical medicine and rehabilitation clinics of North America. 2005;16(2):583-94.
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Cook KF, Bamer AM, Molton IR, et al. "Symptoms that predict participation in people with multiple sclerosis." International Journal of MS Care. 2010;12(S1):6.
Johnson KL, Amtmann D, Verrall A, Weir VG, Salem R. Symptoms and quality of life of adults with multiple sclerosis by employment status.. Poster Presentation at European Committee for Treatment and Research in Multiple Sclerosis (ECTIRMS), Lyon, France; 2012.
Johnson KL, Amtmann D, Verrall A, Weir VG, Smith AE. Symptom profiles of individuals with multiple sclerosis grouped by levels of social support.. Lyon, France; 2012.
Dworkin RH, Jensen MP, Gammaitoni AR, Olaleye DO, Galer BS. "Symptom profiles differ in patients with neuropathic versus non-neuropathic pain." Journal of Pain. 2007;8(2):118-26.
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.
Bamer AM, Amtmann D, Cook KF, Johnson KL. "Sleep problems in multiple sclerosis: Conflicting results from two patient-reported outcome measures." International Journal of MS Care. 2011;13(S3):76.
Bamer AM, Johnson KL, Kraft GH, Amtmann D. "Sleep problems in multiple sclerosis: assessing prevalence and the association with depression." Multiple Sclerosis. 2007;13(S2):S122.

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