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Dolan JG, Cherkasky OA, Li Q, Chin N, Veazie PJ. Should Health Numeracy Be Assessed Objectively or Subjectively? Medical decision making : an international journal of the Society for Medical Decision Making. 2015; Epub 2015 May 06.

Dolan, JG., and Veazie PJ. "Balance Sheets Versus Decision Dashboards to Support Patient Treatment Choices: A Comparative Analysis." The Patient-Patient-Centered Outcomes Research (2015): 1-7.

Veazie P, McIntosh S, Chapman BP, Dolan JG. Regulatory focus affects physician risk tolerance. Health Psychology Research 2014; volume 2:85-88. PMCID:  PMC4241580

Dolan JG; Boohaker E; Allison J; Imperiale TF. "Patients' preferences and priorities regarding colorectal cancer screening". Medical decision making : an international journal of the Society for Medical Decision Making. 2013; 33(1): 59-70 PMCID: PMC3541437.

Maruthur, NM; Joy, S; Dolan, J; Segal, JB; Shihab, HM; Singh, S. "Systematic assessment of benefits and risks: a multi-criteria decision analysis using the analytic hierarchy process for comparative effectiveness research: a study protocol". F1000Research. 2013; 2: 160.

Dolan, JG; Boohaker, E; Allison, J; Imperiale, JF. "Can streamlined multi-criteria decision analysis be used to implement shared decision making for colorectal cancer screening?". Medical Decision Making. 2014 34: 746-755 PMCID: PMC4055507.

Dolan, JG, Qian F, Veazie P. How well do commonly used methods accurately convey information about decision outcomes across the full range of clinically important probabilities? Medical Decision Making, Medical Decision Making, 2012;32(6):840-50 PMCID:  PMC3515653

Dolan JG, Boohaker E, Allison J, Imperiale TF. Patients’ preferences and priorities regarding colorectal cancer screening. Medical Decision Making, 2013;33(1):59-70 PMCID:  PMC3541437

Dolan JG. Shared decision-making - transferring research into practice: The Analytic Hierarchy Process (AHP). Patient Educ Couns. 2008;73(3):418-25.

Eden K, Dolan J, Perrin N, Kocaoglu D, Anderson N, Case J, Guise J. Patients were more consistent in prioritizing childbirth preferences using graphic-numeric than verbal formats. J Clin Epidemiol 2009; 62 (4): 415-424. PMID: 9008073


Sharma PS, Eden K, Guise JM, Jimison HB, Dolan JG. Subjective risk versus objective risk can lead to different post-cesarean birth decisions based on a multiattribute model. J Clin Epidemiol. 2011; 64(1):67-78.


Dolan, JG. Multi-criteria clinical decision support: A primer on the use of multiple criteria decision making methods to promote evidence-based, patient-centered healthcare. The Patient: Patient-Centered Outcomes Research. 2010; 3(4):229-48.