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This brief self-report scale measures the degree to which pain interferes with other activities in life in adults. Pain interference items were developed as part of the NIH PROMIS. Each item administered has a 5-point scale with options ranging from “not at all” to “very much” on questions about how much pain interferes with aspects of one’s life. The survey is scored using IRT methods.
Definition contributed by CTorgerson about four years ago
Member of collection: NIH Toolbox Sensation and Pain Battery
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http://www.nihtoolbox.org/WhatAndWhy/Sensation/Pain/Pages/NIH-Toolbox-Pain-Interference-Survey.aspx
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