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2012
Bamer AM, McMullen KA, Amtmann D. "Symptom profiles in MS: Comparing symptoms and quality of life indicators of a large sample of individuals with MS to population norms." Quality of life research. 2012;20(Suppl 1):8.
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.
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.
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, 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.
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.
2011
Matsuda PN, Shumway-Cook A, Bamer AM, Johnson S, Amtmann D, Kraft GH. "Falls in multiple sclerosis." PM R. 2011;3(7):624-32; quiz 632.
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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