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Academic Article Measuring disability in older adults: the International Classification System of Functioning, Disability and Health (ICF) framework.
Academic Article Performance of health literacy tests among older adults with diabetes.
Academic Article Measuring medical student attitudes and beliefs regarding patients who are obese.
Academic Article Latent variable models for partially ordered responses and trajectory analysis of anger-related feelings.
Academic Article Empirically indistinguishable multidimensional IRT and locally dependent unidimensional item response models.
Academic Article Development and validation of a video-animated tool for assessing mobility.
Academic Article The Patient Assessment Questionnaire: initial validation of a measure of treatment effectiveness for patients with schizophrenia and schizoaffective disorder.
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Academic Article The MAT-sf: clinical relevance and validity.
Academic Article Psychometric properties of a computerized adaptive test for assessing mobility in older adults using novel video-animation technology.
Academic Article Assessment of a short diabetes knowledge instrument for older and minority adults.
Academic Article Validity and applicability of a video-based animated tool to assess mobility in elderly Latin American populations.
Academic Article The Virtual Short Physical Performance Battery.
Academic Article Assessing balance through the use of a low-cost head-mounted display in older adults: a pilot study.
Academic Article Development and psychometric properties of the Self-efficacy for Mindfulness Meditation Practice scale.
Academic Article Validity and Reliability of a (Brief) Diabetes "Survival Skills" Knowledge Test: KNOW Diabetes.
Academic Article Development of an observational tool to assess health coaching fidelity.

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