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2010
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.
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.
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.
2009
Cook KF, Dudgeon BJ, Roddey TS, Johnson KL, Bamer AM, Amtmann D. "Adapting the PROMIS Physical Function Outcome Bank for MS AT users." Multiple Sclerosis. 2009;15(9 Suppl):S53.
Lai J-S, Cook KF, Stone A, Beaumont J, Cella D. "Classical test theory and item response theory/Rasch model to assess differences between patient-reported fatigue using 7-day and 4-week recall periods." Journal of clinical epidemiology. 2009;62(9):991-7.
Lai J-S, Cook KF, Stone A, Beaumont J, Cella D. "Classical test theory and item response theory/Rasch model to assess differences between patient-reported fatigue using 7-day and 4-week recall periods." Journal of clinical epidemiology. 2009;62(9):991-7.
Bamer AM, Cook KF, Roddey TS, Amtmann D. "Item selection and content validity of a multiple sclerosis fatigue short form using the PROMIS item bank." International Journal of MS Care. 2009;11(S2):13-14.
2008
Bamer AM, Amtmann D, Cook KF, Johnson KL. "Comparing sleep problems in multiple sclerosis via Women's Health Inititative Insomnia Rating Scale and Medical Outcomes Study Sleep Scale." International Journal of MS Care. 2008;10(S1):8.

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