Implicit self-comparisons against others could bias quality of life assessments.

Abstract

OBJECTIVES To explore how patient-reported health-related quality of life (HRQL) and global health status are affected by use of differing personal reference frames. We hypothesized that implicit comparisons against self at an earlier time, against healthy peers, or against ill patients would greatly affect patients' response values. STUDY DESIGN AND… (More)

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