1. M. T. Barendse, C. J. Albers, F. J. Oort & M. E. Timmerman (2014). Measurement Bias Detection Through Bayesian Factor Analysis. Frontiers in Psychology 5.
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    N. B. A. T. Janssen, F. J. Oort, P. Fockens, D. L. Willems, H. C. J. M. de Haes & E. M. A. Smets (2009). Under What Conditions Do Patients Want to Be Informed About Their Risk of a Complication? A Vignette Study. Journal of Medical Ethics 35 (5):276-282.
    Background: Discussing treatment risks has become increasingly important in medical communication. Still, despite regulations, physicians must decide how much and what kind of information to present. Objective: To investigate patients’ preference for information about a small risk of a complication of colonoscopy, and whether medical and personal factors contribute to such preference. To propose a disclosure policy related to our results. Design: Vignettes study. Setting: Department of Gastroenterology, Academic Medical Centre, the Netherlands. Patients: 810 consecutive colonoscopy patients. Intervention: A home-sent (...)
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  3. M. T. Barendse, R. Ligtvoet, M. E. Timmerman & F. J. Oort (2016). Model Fit After Pairwise Maximum Likelihood. Frontiers in Psychology 7.
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