Dr. Chang teaches Measurement Theory and Development (OT680.01).
1987: BS in Psychology, National Chengchi University, Taipei, Taiwan
Gagnon CM, Brewington DV, Scholten PM, Atchison J, Chang CH. Impact of Symptom Reporting Agreement on Interdisciplinary Pain Program Participation. Pain Pract. 2019 Jul;19(6):621-632. doi: 10.1111/papr.12783. Epub 2019 Apr 16. PMID: 30891911.
Chang CH. Finding two dimensions in MMPI-2 depression. Structural Equation Modeling 1996; 3:41-49.
Chang CH, Cella D. Equating health-related quality of life instruments in applied oncology settings. Phys Med Rehab: State of the Art Reviews 1997; 11:397-406.
Leonelli BT, Chang CH, Bock RD, Schilling SG. Interpretation of a full-information item-level factor analysis of the MMPI-2: Normative sampling and nonpathognomonic descriptors. J Pers Assess 2000; 74:400-422. PMID: 10900568
Cella D, Chang CH. A discussion of item response theory and its applications in health status assessment. Med Care 2000; 38(9 Suppl):II66-72. PMID: 10982091
Chang CH, Cella D, Masters GA, Laliberte N, O'Brien P, Peterman A, Shervin D. Real-time clinical application of quality-of-life assessment in advanced lung cancer. Clin Lung Cancer 2002; 4:104-109. PMID: 14653866
Chang CH, Cella D, Clarke S, Heinemann AW, von Roenn JH, Harvey R. Should symptoms be scaled for intensity, frequency, or both? Palliat Support Care 2003; 1:51-60. PMID: 16594288
Chang CH, Nyenhuis DL, Cella D, Luchetta T, Dineen K, Reder AT. Psychometric evaluation of the Chicago Multiscale Depression Inventory in multiple sclerosis patients. Mult Scler 2003; 9:160-170. PMID: 12708812
Chang CH, Gehlert S. The Washington Psychosocial Seizure Inventory (WPSI): psychometric evaluation and future applications. Seizure 2003; 12:261-267. PMID: 12810338
Chang CH, Reeve BB. Item response theory and its application to outcomes measurement. Eval Health Prof 2005; 28(3):264-282. PMID: 16123257
Chang CH, Wright BD, Cella D, Hays RD. The SF-36 Physical and Mental Health Factors were confirmed in cancer and HIV/AIDS patients. J Clin Epidemiol 2007; 60(1):68-72. PMID: 17161756
Chang CH, Boni-Saenz AA, Durazo-Arvizu RA, DesHarnais S, Lau DT, Emanuel LL. A System for Interactive Assessment and Management in Palliative Care. J Pain Symptom Manage 2007; 33(6):745-755. PMID: 17360148
Bjorner JB, Chang CH, Thissen D, Reeve BB. Developing tailored instruments: Item banking and computerized adaptive assessment. Qual Life Res 2007; 16(suppl 1):95-108. PMID: 17530450
Thissen D, Reeve BB, Bjorner JB, Chang CH. Methodological issues for building item banks and computerized adaptive scales. Qual Life Res 2007; 16(suppl 1):109-119. PMID: 17294284
Chang CH. Patient-reported outcomes measurement and management with innovative methodologies and technologies. Qual Life Res 2007; 16(suppl 1):157-166. PMID: 17530448
Chang CH, Gonzalez CM, Lau DT, Sier HC. Urinary incontinence and self-reported health among the U.S. Medicare managed care beneficiaries. J Aging Health 2008; 20(4):405-419. PMID: 18372429
Liang WM, Chang CH, Yeh YC, Shy HY, Chen HW, Lin MR. Psychometric evaluation of the WHOQOL-BREF in community-dwelling older people in Taiwan using Rasch analysis. Qual Life Res 2009; 18(5):605-618. PMID: 19340606
Lin HC, Wu HC, Chang CH, Li TC, Liang WM, Wang JY. A real time online assessment system with modelized architecture on clinical infometrics for patient reported outcomes of prostate cancer. Comput Methods Programs Biomed 2012; 106(3):249-259. PMID: 21051098
Lin JD, Lin JS, Chen LL, Chang CH, Huang YC, Su YC. (2012). BCQs: A Body Constitution Questionnaire to assess Stasis in Traditional Chinese Medicine. Eur J Integr Med 2012; 4(4):e379-e391.
Zheng Y, Chang CH, Chang HH. Content-balancing strategy in bifactor computerized adaptive patient-reported outcome measurement. Qual Life Res 2013; 22(3):491-499. PMID: 22538634
Gordon EJ, Sohn MW, Chang CH, McNatt G, Vera K, Beauvais N, Warren E, Mannon RB, Ison MG. Effect of a mobile web app on kidney transplant candidates’ knowledge about increased risk donor kidneys: A randomized control trial. Transplantation 2017; 101(6):1167-1176. PMID: 27463536
Eremenco S, Chang CH, Webster K, Cella D. (2000). Quality of life evaluation in chronic illness across cultures: The Functional Assessment of Chronic Illness Therapy (FACIT) Measurement System and its use in India. In SK Chaturvedi & PS Chandra (Eds.), Quality of Life in Health & Disease (pp. 69-81). Bangalore, India: Malalur Printers.
Cella D, Chang CH, Heinemann AW. (2002). Item response theory (IRT): Applications in quality of life measurement, analysis and interpretation. In M Mesbah, BF Cole, & M-LT Lee (Eds.), Statistical Methods for Quality of Life Studies: Design, Measurements, and Analysis (pp. 169-185). Dordrecht, The Netherlands: Kluwer Academic Publishers.
Chang CH. (2003). Psychometrics critical for aging research. The Buehler Center on Aging Newsletter, 18(2):1, 3, 7. (Editorial)
Chang CH, Cella D, Wright BD. (2005). Measurement consistency for different language versions of health-related quality of life instruments. In N Bezruczko (Ed.), Rasch Measurement in Health Sciences (pp. 152-160). Maple Grove, MN: JAM Press.
Chang CH. (2005). Item response theory and beyond: Patient-reported outcomes computerized adaptive testing. In W Lenderking & D Revicki (Eds.), Advances in Health Outcomes Research Methods, Measurement, Statistical Analysis, and Clinical Applications (pp. 37-55). McLean, VA: Degnon Associates.
Hauser JM, Chang CH. (2009). Understanding and designing coordinated cancer care. The Buehler Center on Aging, Health & Society Newsletter, 22(3):1, 11. (Editorial)
Chang CH. (2009). Multidimensional pain assessment in geriatric oncology: An innovative approach. In R R Broughham (Ed.), New Directions in Aging Research: Health and Cognition (pp. 75-90). Hauppauge, NY: Nova Science Publishers, Inc.
Chang CH. (2012). Dynamic pain assessment: An application of Clinical Infometrics to personalized pain treatment and management. In R. J. Moore (Ed.), Handbook of Pain and Palliative Care: Biobehavioral Approaches for the Life Course (pp. 121-130). New York: Springer.
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