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  1. Relationship between Emotional Support for Parents and Autistic Children’s Participation in Social and Physical Activities
  2. Disability-Adjusted Life Expectancy and Cognitive Function among Community-Dwelling Adults
  3. Effect of Physical Activity on Association between COVID-19 and Personal Life in Community-Dwelling Older Adults
  4. Age-specific findings on lifestyle and trajectories of cognitive function from the Korean Longitudinal Study of Aging
  5. Demonstration of the Yonsei-Social Play Evaluation Tool Keyforms for Occupational Therapy Practice
  6. Predictors of Participation Difficulties in Autistic Children
  7. Development of the Korean Version of the Drooling Infants and Preschoolers Scale
  8. Association Between COVID-19 and Activities of Daily Living in Older Adults
  9. An Investigation of the Psychometric Properties of Lifestyle Profile-BREF
  10. Health-adjusted life expectancy according to lifestyle classified by the Yonsei Lifestyle Profile-BREF
  11. Developing a Cross-National Disability Measure for Older Adult Populations across Korea, China, and Japan
  12. Association Between Social Participation and Cognitive Function in Community-Dwelling Adults
  13. Item-level psychometrics of the Ascertain Dementia Eight-Item Informant Questionnaire
  14. Examining Older Adults’ Home Functioning Using the American Housing Survey
  15. Association between divorce and access to healthcare services among married immigrants: propensity score approaches
  16. Social, behavioural, and functional characteristics of community‐dwelling South Korean adults with moderate and severe cognitive impairment
  17. Development of a Social Play Evaluation Tool for Preschool Children
  18. Applying Latent Profile Analysis to Identify Lifestyle Profiles and Their Association with Loneliness and Quality of Life among Community-Dwelling Middle- and Older-Aged Adults in South Korea
  19. Development of a physical function outcome measure to harmonize comparisons between three Asian adult populations
  20. Relationship between Nursing Home Compare Improvement in Function Quality Measure and Physical Recovery after Hip Replacement
  21. Post-acute care use patterns among Hospital Service Areas by older adults in the United States: a cross-sectional study
  22. Cross-national Comparisons of Cognitive and Physical Health Across China, Japan, and Korea: A Systematic Review
  23. Development and Validation of the Yonsei Lifestyle Profile-Satisfaction (YLP-S) Using the Rasch Measurement Model
  24. Cross-National Comparisons of Cognitive and Physical Health in Older Adults Across China, Japan, and Korea: A Systematic Review
  25. Association of Social Behaviors With Community Discharge in Patients with Total Hip and Knee Replacement
  26. Understanding variation in post-acute care
  27. Differences in physical function across cancer recovery phases: Findings from the 2015 National Health Interview Survey
  28. Responsiveness of the Revised Low Vision Independence Measure (LVIM–R)
  29. Identifying a Structural Model for 15 Sensory Items for Children With Disability: Findings From the 2011 Survey of Pathway to Diagnosis and Services
  30. Participation Difficulties in Autism Spectrum Disorders and Intellectual Disabilities: Findings from the 2011 Survey of Pathway to Diagnosis and Services
  31. Association of Pain on Hospital Discharge with the Risk of 30-Day Readmission in Patients with Total Hip and Knee Replacement
  32. Validation of Yonsei-Bilateral Activity Test (Y-BAT)-Bilateral Upper Extremity Inventory Using Rasch Analysis
  33. Is Referral to Home Health Rehabilitation Following Inpatient Rehabilitation Facility Associated With 90-Day Hospital Readmission for Adult Patients With Stroke?
  34. Comparison of Functional Status Improvements Among Patients With Stroke Receiving Postacute Care in Inpatient Rehabilitation vs Skilled Nursing Facilities
  35. Piloting an empirical approach to link the international classification of functioning, disability, and health to job demand classification
  36. Comparisons of the Association of Family and Social Factors With Functional Limitations Across the United States, Mexico, and South Korea: Findings From the HRS Family of Surveys
  37. The Impact of One’s Sex and Social Living Situation on Rehabilitation Outcomes Following a Stroke
  38. Identifying Risk of Depressive Symptoms in Adults With Physical Disabilities Receiving Rehabilitation Services: Propensity Score Approaches
  39. Measurement Validity of the Low Vision Independence Measure (LVIM)
  40. Flourishing in children with autism spectrum disorders
  41. Fall Risk Reduction in the Elderly Through the Physical Therapy Management of Incontinence
  42. Are Rehabilitation Services Effective for Depressive Symptoms? Propensity Score Matching Approaches
  43. Comparative Effectiveness of Stroke Rehabilitation Services Across Inpatient Rehabilitation and Skilled Nursing Facilities in the United States
  44. Cross-National Disability Comparison Among Older Adults Living in the United States, Mexico, and South Korea Using Rasch Analysis
  45. Rehabilitation Service Areas: Using Geographic Clustering to Understand Postacute Care Use and Improve Rehabilitation Outcomes
  46. Risk Factors for Disability Progression Among Mexican-American Older Adults
  47. Evaluating Korean Personal Assistance Services Classification System
  48. Driving After Mild Stroke
  49. Leisure Participation Patterns for School Age Youth with Autism Spectrum Disorders: Findings from the 2016 National Survey of Children’s Health
  50. Feasibility Study Using Propensity Score Matching Methods for the Pseudo-Common Person Equating Requirement
  51. Cross-national health comparisons using the Rasch model: findings from the 2012 US Health and Retirement Study and the 2012 Mexican Health and Aging Study
  52. Severity of disease risk adjuster for stroke researchers using ICD-9 codes
  53. FIM–Minimum Data Set Motor Item Bank: Short Forms Development and Precision Comparison in Veterans
  54. Interdisciplinary Approaches to Facilitate Return-to-Driving and Return-to-Work in Mild Stroke: A Position Paper
  55. Discharge Patterns for Ischemic and Hemorrhagic Stroke Patients Going from Acute Care Hospitals to Inpatient and Skilled Nursing Rehabilitation
  56. Disability Measurement for Korean Community-Dwelling Adults With Stroke: Item-Level Psychometric Analysis of the Korean Longitudinal Study of Ageing
  57. Differential Item Functioning on Physical Disability Measure Across Direct and Proxy Interview
  58. Examination of the Smith's Low Vision Independence Measure Using Rasch Item Response Theory.
  59. Construct validity of the Eating Assessment Tool (EAT-10)
  60. Differential Item Functioning On Dressing Activity For Individuals With Physical Disabilities
  61. Disability Comparison Between The United States And Mexico Among Adults With Stroke
  62. Discharge Patterns for Stroke Patients Transitioning to Inpatient and Skilled Nursing Rehabilitation
  63. Propensity Score Matching Methods For Rasch Common-Person Equating Requirement: A Feasibility Study
  64. The Disparate Functional Abilities among Individuals with Different Disability Types and Grades in Korea
  65. Generating Rasch-based activity of daily living measures from the Spinal Cord Injury Longitudinal Aging Study
  66. Item-level psychometrics of the ADL instrument of the Korean National Survey on persons with physical disabilities
  67. The Impact of the G-Code System on Medicare Part B Rehabilitation Payments for Stroke: Do the G-Codes Reduce Costs?
  68. How Accurately Do Both Parents and Health Professionals Assess Overweight in Children?
  69. Application of the Korean version of the Modified Barthel Index: Development of a keyform for use in clinical practice
  70. Linking existing instruments to develop a continuum of care measure: accuracy comparison using function-related group classification
  71. Psychometric properties of upper extremity outcome measures validated by Rasch analysis
  72. Development and Validation of the Activities of Daily Living Short Form for Community-Dwelling Korean Stroke Survivors
  73. Equating activities of daily living outcome measures: the Functional Independence Measure and the Korean version of Modified Barthel Index
  74. Linking Existing Instruments to Develop an Activity of Daily Living Item Bank
  75. The risk of stroke in spouses of people living with dementia in Korea
  76. Path Analysis of the Relationship Between Health-Related Predictors and Management of Activities of Daily Living
  77. Physical Activity and the Risk of Depression in Community-Dwelling Korean Adults With a History of Stroke
  78. Comparing Measurement Accuracy of Short Forms: Individual Point Difference and Functional Related Group Classification
  79. Developing Continuum of Care Assessment Across Postacute Care in Veterans
  80. Let's Get Functional: Can Muscle Groups Account for ADL Challenges?
  81. Metabolic Equivalent as an Underlying Component of ADL Measures
  82. Relationship Between Physical Activity and Overweight and Obesity in Children: Findings From the 2012 National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey National Youth Fitness Survey
  83. Assessment of the psychometrics of a PROMIS item bank: self-efficacy for managing daily activities
  84. Item-Level Psychometrics of the Glasgow Outcome Scale
  85. Longitudinal Trends in Fall Accidents in Community Dwelling Korean Adults: The 2008–2013 Korean Community Health Survey
  86. Dynamic gait index post-stroke: What is the item hierarchy and what does it tell the clinician? A Rasch analysis
  87. Validation and Clinical Applications of a Measurement Model for Upper-Extremity Function