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Rasch analysis of the hospital anxiety and depression scale (hads) for use in motor neurone disease

By Chris J Gibbons, Roger J Mills, Everard W Thornton, John Ealing, John D Mitchell, Pamela J Shaw, Kevin Talbot, Alan Tennant and Carolyn A Young
Topics: Research
Publisher: BioMed Central
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