• Many symptoms scales don’t measure up. Original: Borg, G. (2013)- Många symtomskalor håller inte måttet. Granskning av skattnings-metodiken. Läkartidningen 49-50. 110, 2238-2241.

  • Borg, E., Borg, G. (2013) A demonstration of level-anchored ratio scaling for predictions of grip strength. Applied Ergonomics, 44, 5, 835-840.
  • Buckley, J., Borg, G.  (2011). Borg’s scales in strength training; from theory to practice in young and older adults. Appl. Physiol. Nutr. Metab. 36: 682-692.
  • Borg, G (2004). Principles in Scaling Pain and the Borg CR Scales®. Psychologica 2004, 37, 35-47.
  • Borg, G (2004). Scaling Experiences during Work: Perceived Exertion and Difficulty. In: N. Stanton et. al (Eds.) Handbook of Human Factors and Ergonomics Methods (pp. 11-1-11-7). London and New York: CRC Press.
  • Borg, G. (2006) To honor Stevens and improve his scaling methods. In: Diana Kornbrot et. Al (Eds.), Fechner Day 2006. St. Albans, England: International Society for Psychophysics 2006.
  • Borg, E., Borg, G. (2013) How well does the Wong-Baker FACES scale identify the variation of pain?