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HRQOL Measurement

Measurement Studies/Validity - Cognitive Research

Schechter S, Beatty P, Willis, GB. Asking survey respondents about health status: judgment and response issues in Cognition, aging, and self-reports. Psychology Press, Philadelphia, PA, 1998; Chapter 13:265–283.

Wilson BF, Benais S, Whitaker K, Beatty P, Hendershot G. Improving the feasibility of including deaf respondents in telephone surveys. National Center for Health Statistics, Proceedings of the Survey Research Methods Section, American Statistical Association 1998: 883–887. pdf [461K]

Beatty P, Schechter S, Whitaker K. Evaluating subjective health questions: cognitive and methodological investigations 1996 Proceedings of the American Statistical Association, Section on Survey Research Methods.

Diwan S. Unmet health needs and the quality of life of the elderly: development of a survey for states and communities (technical report). Atlanta: GA. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 1994.

Siegel PZ. Self-reported health status: Public health surveillance and small-area analysis, In: Schechter S (ed.), Proceedings of the 1993 NCHS Conference on the Cognitive Aspects of Self-Reported Health Status. Cognitive Methods Staff Working Paper Series (No. 10). Hyattsville, Maryland: US Department of Health and Human Services, Public Health Service, National Center for Health Statistics, 1994:11–27.

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