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Can an item response theory-based pain item bank enhance measurement precision?. Clinical Therapeutics, 25, D34-D36.. (2003).
Expansion of a physical function item bank and development of an abbreviated form for clinical research. Journal of Applied Measurement, 7, 1-15.. (2006).
Factor analysis techniques for assessing sufficient unidimensionality of cancer related fatigue. Quality of Life Research, 15, 1179-90. presented at the Sep.. (2006).
Feasibility and acceptability of computerized adaptive testing (CAT) for fatigue monitoring in clinical practice. Quality of Life Research, 11(7), 134.. (2002).
The future of outcomes measurement: item banking, tailored short-forms, and computerized adaptive assessment. Quality of Life Research, 16, 133-141.. (2007).
An item bank was created to improve the measurement of cancer-related fatigue. Journal of Clinical Epidemiology, 58, 190-7. presented at the Feb.. (2005).
Item banking to improve, shorten and computerized self-reported fatigue: an illustration of steps to create a core item bank from the FACIT-Fatigue Scale. Quality of Life Research, 12, 485-501. presented at the Aug.. (2003).
An item response theory-based pain item bank can enhance measurement precision. Journal of Pain and Symptom Management, 30, 278-88.. (2005).
The use of Rasch analysis to produce scale-free measurement of functional ability. American Journal of Occupational Therapy, 53, 83-90.. (1999).