Main Outcome Measures
List of abbreviations:AIC (Akaike's information criterion), AT (Assistive Technology (as descriptor for SCI-FI Wheelchair Mobility item bank)), C (Capacity (as descriptor for SCI-FI item banks)), GMM (growth mixture modeling), SABIC (sample-size adjusted Bayesian information criterion), SCI (spinal cord injury), SCI-FI (Spinal Cord Injury–Functional Index)
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Supported by grant no. G2015-26 from the Rick Hansen Institute and grant nos. H133N110002, H133N110007, H133N110006, H133N110020, H133N110019, H133N110014, H133N110005, and H133N110003 from the National Institute on Disability, Independent Living, and Rehabilitation Research.
SCI-FI Basic Mobility/Capacity (C), Fine Motor Function/C, Self-care/C, and Wheelchair Mobility/Assistive Technology (AT) item banks Items, Parameters, and Data are copyright © 2013–2021 David Tulsky, Kessler Foundation, and Boston University. All rights reserved. All items are freely available to the public via [email protected], and Dr Tulsky does not receive royalties from use of these instruments.