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Cook KF, Bamer AM, Roddey TS, Kraft GH, Kim J, Amtmann D. "Multiple sclerosis and fatigue: understanding the patient's needs." Phys Med Rehabil Clin N Am. 2013;24(4):653-61.
Luna B, Schwid SR, Cutter GR, et al. "A Multi-Center Controlled Study of the Acute and Chronic Effects of Cooling Therapy for Multiple Sclerosis." Neurology. 2001;56(Suppl 3):A355.
Wundes A, Amtmann D, Brown T, Christian S. "Menopause in women with multiple sclerosis." International Journal of MS Care. 2011;13(S3):47.
Johnson KL, Amtmann D, Yorkston KM, Klasner ER, Kuehn CM. "Medical, pyschological, social, and programmatic barriers to employment for people with multiple sclerosis." Journal of Rehabilitation. 2004;70(1):38-49.
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.
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.
Yorkston KM, Kuehn CM, Johnson KL, Ehde DM, Jensen MP, Amtmann D. "Measuring participation in people living with multiple sclerosis: a comparison of self-reported frequency, importance and self-efficacy." Disabil Rehabil. 2008;30(2):88-97.
Noonan VK, Cook KF, Bamer AM, Choi SW, Kim J, Amtmann D. "Measuring fatigue in persons with multiple sclerosis: creating a crosswalk between the Modified Fatigue Impact Scale and the PROMIS Fatigue Short Form." Quality of life research. 2011.

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