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Information about interpreting PROMIS scores can be found at www.healthmeasures.net/score-and-interpr...erpret-scores/promis
PROMIS T-scores have a mean of 50 in a reference population. In that section of the website, you can review the reference population for measures of interest. PROMIS utilized general population samples, not samples of healthy adults. You can view subpopulation norms for 18-34 year olds (not necessarily healthy folks) on www.healthmeasures.net/score-and-interpr...eference-populations )
Hello. I am looking for any information available on normative values for PROMIS scores in a population of healthy 18-25 year olds. If possible, it would be idea to have this even further broken down by year. Thanks!