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2010
Baylor CR, Yorkston KM, Bamer AM, Britton D, Amtmann D. "Variables associated with communicative participation in people with multiple sclerosis: a regression analysis." Am J Speech Lang Pathol. 2010;19(2):143-53.
Baylor CR, Yorkston KM, Bamer AM, Britton D, Amtmann D. "Variables associated with communicative participation in people with multiple sclerosis: a regression analysis." Am J Speech Lang Pathol. 2010;19(2):143-53.
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.
Wundes A, Brown TR, Bamer AM, Severson BJ, McAleenan J. "Can clinical measures predict falls in multiple sclerosis?" International Journal of MS Care. 2009;11(S2):16.
Wundes A, Brown TR, Bamer AM, Severson BJ, McAleenan J. "Can clinical measures predict falls in multiple sclerosis?" International Journal of MS Care. 2009;11(S2):16.
Kraft GH, McMullen KA, Bamer AM. "The changing face of multiple sclerosis: Differences in gender and symtoms over a 27-year period." International Journal of MS Care. 2009;11(S2):4.
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.
McMullen KA, Bamer AM, Johnson KL, Amtmann D. "Comparison of rates of overweight and obesity in a community sample and in veterans with multiple sclerosis." International Journal of MS Care. 2009;11(S2):38-39.

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