Phase I – Bibliography

[Phase I A]
A. 1. & 2. Haley RW, Kurt TL, Hom J. Is there a Gulf War syndrome? Searching for syndromes by factor analysis of symptomsJournal of the American Medical Association 1997;277:215-222.

[Phase I A]
A. 3. Haley RW, Luk GE, Petty F. Use of structural equation modeling to test the construct validity of a case definition of Gulf War syndrome: Invariance over developmental and validation samples, service branches and publicity. Psychiatry Research 2001;102:175-200.

[Phase I A]
A. 4. Vincent G. Iannacchione, Darryl Creel. Sequential modeling for contact and cooperation propensity for the United States Military Health Survey. Joint Statistical Meetings. August, 2009.

A. 4. Iannacchione VG, Dever JA, Bann CM, Considine KA, Creel D, Carson CP, Best H, Haley RW. Validation of a research case definition of Gulf War Illness in the 1991 U.S. military population. Neuroepidemiology 2011; 37: 129-140. doi: 10.1159/000331478

[Phase I B]
B. 1-3. Haley RW, Hom J, Roland PS, Bryan WW, Van Ness PC, Bonte FJ, Devous MD, Mathews D, Fleckenstein JL, Wians FH, Wolfe GI, Kurt TL. Evaluation of neurologic function in Gulf War veterans: A blinded case-control study. Journal of the American Medical Association 1997;277:223-230.

B. 1. Hom J, Haley RW, Kurt TL. Neuropsychological correlates of Gulf War syndrome. Archives of Clinical Neuropsychology 1997;12:531-544.

[Phase I C]
C. 1. Haley RW, Kurt TL. Self-reported exposure to neurotoxic chemical combinations in the Gulf War: A cross-sectional epidemiologic study. Journal of the American Medical Association 1997;277:231-237.