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JOURNAL OF NURSING MEASUREMENT
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Psychometric Properties of Newly Translated Creole Perceived Stress Scale and Daily Hassles Scale
The Student Human Papillomavirus Survey: Nurse-Led Instrument Development and Psychometric Testing to Increase Human Papillomavirus Vaccine Series Completion in Young Adults
Psychometric Properties of Newly Translated Spanish Life Events Inventory and Daily Hassles Scale
Parental Human Papillomavirus Vaccine Survey (PHPVS): Nurse-Led Instrument Development and Psychometric Testing for Use in Research and Primary Care Screening
Patient Outcomes and Measures: Special Considerations
Assessing data adequacy for clinical research: Reliability and validity of a surgical database
Editorial: Guidelines for Translating Questionnaires Into Another Language
In search of reliability and validity evidence for an existing instrument
Impact of unreliability of measurements on statistical conclusion validity
Measurement implications when developing and implementing interventions
Special considerations when conducting measurements with children
Ensuring the credibility of physiological measurements: Assessing error variability
Factors that can affect the accuracy and precision of physiological measurements
Using proxy respondents
Cultural considerations and issues in measurement
Patient outcomes and measures: Special considerations
Using factor analysis for validity assessment: Practical considerations
Subdimensions and subscales in measurement and instrument development
The importance of reporting sample characteristics in measurement studies.
An instrument's conceptual base: its link to theory.
Deleting items during instrument development--some caveats.
General and specific measures of quality of life--do we need both?
Selecting instruments for construct validity assessment.
When is internal consistency reliability assessment inappropriate?
Measurement concerns when using existing data bases.
Decreasing the burden of measurement.
Internal consistency analysis: making the most of what you've got.
Can reliability and validity be "established?".
The clinical and statistical significance of using norm- versus criterion-referenced measures.
Using existing measurement instruments.
Measuring well to study well.
Qualitative or quantitative: so what is your religion?
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