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Johnson KL, Bamer AM, Yorkston KM, Amtmann D. "Use of cognitive aids and other assistive technology by individuals with multiple sclerosis." Disabil Rehabil Assist Technol. 2009;4(1):1-8.
Johnson KL, Amtmann D, Verrall A, Weir VG. Unmet needs of adults with multiple sclerosis living in the northwest United States. Poster Presentation at European Committee for Treatment and Research in Multiple Sclerosis (ECTIRMS), Lyon, France; 2012.
Johnson KL, Weir VG, Verrall A, Stephens A, Henderson L, Amtmann D. "Employment needs of people with multiple sclerosis." International Journal of MS Care. 2012;14(S2):85.
Johnson KL, McMullen KA, Bamer AM, Molton IR. "Prevalence of sexual satisfaction and impact of pain, fatigue, and other factors in people with multiple sclerosis." Multiple Sclerosis. 2010;16(S10):S20.
Johnson KL, Yorkston KM, Klasner ER, Kuehn CM, Johnson EK, Amtmann D. "The cost and benefits of employment: a qualitative study of experiences of persons with multiple sclerosis." Arch Phys Med Rehabil. 2004;85(2):201-9.
Johnson KL, Fraser RT. "Employment." In: Finlayson M, ed. Multiple Sclerosis Rehabilitation: From Impairment to Participation. Boca Raton, FL: CRC Press; 2012:3.
Johnson KL, Cook KF, Roddey TS, et al. "Measuring physical function in multiple sclerosis: Extending the PROMIS bank for assistive technology users." International Journal of MS Care. 2010;12(S1):40.
Johnson KL, Bamer AM, Fraser RT. "Motivational interviewing intervention to preserve employment in multiple sclerosis: promoting self-efficacy in the workplace." Multiple Sclerosis. 2008;14(S1):S142-S143.

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