Response shift: a brief overview and proposed research priorities

@article{BarclayGoddard2009ResponseSA,
  title={Response shift: a brief overview and proposed research priorities},
  author={Ruth E Barclay-Goddard and Joshua D. Epstein and Nancy E. Mayo},
  journal={Quality of Life Research},
  year={2009},
  volume={18},
  pages={335-346}
}
The objective of this overview is to review current methodologies of response shift research in patient-reported outcomes to facilitate and stimulate further research in this area. This paper is a narrative overview of research in response shift. The following research priorities emerged: (1) obtain a consensus on terminology and theoretical models used, to ensure that all researchers and clinicians are at the same starting point; (2) determine the clinical importance of response shift; (3… CONTINUE READING

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