Computerized adaptive testing and item banking. In . P. M. Fayers and R. D. Hays (Eds.) Assessing Quality of Life. Oxford: Oxford University Press.. (2004).
Developing tailored instruments: Item banking and computerized adaptive assessment. In Paper presented at the conference “Advances in Health Outcomes Measurement: Exploring the Current State and the Future of Item Response Theory. Item Banks, and Computer-Adaptive Testing,” Bethesda MD.. (2004).
Calibration of an item pool for assessing the burden of headaches: an application of item response theory to the Headache Impact Test (HIT). Quality of Life Research, 12, 913-933.. (2003).
Developing tailored instruments: item banking and computerized adaptive assessment. Quality of Life Research, 16, 95-108.. (2007).
Development and evaluation of a computer adaptive test for “Anxiety” (Anxiety-CAT). Quality of Life Research, 16, 143-155.. (2007).
Development and preliminary testing of a computerized adaptive assessment of chronic pain. Journal of Pain, 10, 932-943. presented at the Sep.. (2009).
Development of a computer-adaptive test for depression (D-CAT). Quality of Life Research, 14, 2277–2291.. (2005).
Dynamic health assessments: The search for more practical and more precise outcomes measures. Quality of Life Newsletter, 11-13.. (1999).
Evaluation of a computer-adaptive test for the assessment of depression (D-CAT) in clinical application. International Journal for Methods in Psychiatric Research, 18, 233-236. presented at the Feb 4.. (2009).
An evaluation of patient-reported outcomes found computerized adaptive testing was efficient in assessing stress perception. Journal of Clinical Epidemiology, 62, 278-287.. (2009).
The feasibility of applying item response theory to measures of migraine impact: a re-analysis of three clinical studies. Quality of Life Research, 12, 887-902.. (2003).
Functioning and validity of a computerized adaptive test to measure anxiety (A CAT). Depression and Anxiety, 25, E182-E194.. (2008).
Improving patient reported outcomes using item response theory and computerized adaptive testing. Journal of Rheumatology, 34, 1426-31. presented at the Jun.. (2007).
IRT health outcomes data analysis project: an overview and summary. Quality of Life Research, 16, 121-132.. (2007).
Item response theory in computer adaptive testing: implications for outcomes measurement in rehabilitation. Rehabil Psychol, 50, 71-78.. (2005).
Methodological issues for building item banks and computerized adaptive scales. Quality of Life Research, 16, 109-119, .. (2007).
Multidimensional computerized adaptive testing of the EORTC QLQ-C30: basic developments and evaluations. Quality of Life Research, 15, 315-29. presented at the Apr.. (2006).
Psychometric evaluation and calibration of health-related quality of life item banks: plans for the Patient-Reported Outcomes Measurement Information System (PROMIS). Medical Care, 45, S22-31. presented at the May.. (2007).
Validating the German computerized adaptive test for anxiety on healthy sample (A-CAT). Quality of Life Research, 13, 1515.. (2004).