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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.
Amtmann D, Boesflug E, Bamer AM, Johnson KL. "Measuring fatigue in multiple sclerosis: using psychometrics to evaluate the MAF, FSS, MFIS." Multiple Sclerosis. 2007;13(S2):S29-S30.
Eadie TL, Yorkston KM, Klasner ER, et al. "Measuring communicative participation: a review of self-report instruments in speech-language pathology." American Journal of Speech-Language Pathology. 2006;15(4):307-20.
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Bamer AM, Amtmann D, Ehde DM, Johnson KL. "Longitudinal latent growth modelling of depression in multiple sclerosis: a stable condition." Multiple Sclerosis. 2007;13(S2):S121-S122.
Kraft GH, Bowen JD, Cui J Y, et al. "Longer-term Follow-up of Stem Cell Transplant (SCT) in MS." International Journal of MS Care. 2002;4(2):30.
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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.

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