Computer adaptive testing: a strategy for monitoring stroke rehabilitation across settings.

Abstract

Current functional assessment instruments in stroke rehabilitation are often setting-specific and lack precision, breadth, and/or feasibility. Computer adaptive testing (CAT) offers a promising potential solution by providing a quick, yet precise, measure of function that can be used across a broad range of patient abilities and in multiple settings. CAT… (More)

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@article{Andres2004ComputerAT, title={Computer adaptive testing: a strategy for monitoring stroke rehabilitation across settings.}, author={Patricia L. Andres and Randie M Black-Schaffer and P. Ni and Stephen M. Haley}, journal={Topics in stroke rehabilitation}, year={2004}, volume={11 2}, pages={33-9} }