Издательство SAGE Publications по журналам "Applied Psychological Measurement"
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(Sage Publications, 19770101)Factor analyses have been computed in samples of white male and female and black male and fe male students for the same 16 cognitive variables at grade levels 5, 7, 9, and 11. Samples for each of the four independent groups ...

(Sage Publications, 19840701)The metric transformations of the ability scales in volved in three equating techniques—external anchor test, internal anchor test, and a pooled groups proce dure—were investigated. Simulated item response data for two ...

(Sage Publications, 19770101)Two parallel forms of a broadrange tailored test of verbal ability have been built. The test is appro priate from fifth grade through graduate school. Simulated test administrations indicate that the 25 item tailored ...

(Sage Publications, 19790101)This study was concerned with the degree of re lationship between academic achievement, as as sessed by college gradepoint average, and infor mationprocessing habits relevant to learning, as as sessed by the scales of ...

(Sage Publications, 19820601)This study analyzed the relationship between the academic achievement and informationprocessing habits of basic skills students in the university. Academic achievement was measured by gradepoint average (GPA) and American ...

(Sage Publications, 19811001)Based on recently published papers, it might be tempting to routinely apply the betabinomial model to obtain a single administration estimate of the reliability of a mastery test. Using real data, the paper illustrates ...

(Sage Publications, 19860901)The accuracy of parameter estimates provided by the major computer programs for confirmatory factor analysis studies is questioned. This note demonstrates an inconsistency in parameter estimates across two of the major ...

(Sage Publications, 19901201)Several methods for optimal test construction from item banks have recently been proposed using information functions. The main problem with these methods is the large amount of time required to identify an optimal test. ...

(SAGE PUBLICATIONS, INC., 19970301)A common belief among many test experts is that measurements obtained from multiplechoice (MC) tests can be improved by using evidence about partial knowledge. A large number of methods designed to extract such information ...

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(Sage Publications, 19800401)Using an actuarial and a linear model for pre dicting organizational behavior, employee sub groups were identified through a hierarchical and convergent clustering of assessment variable profiles in a validation sample (N ...

(Sage Publications, 19911201)The effectiveness of smoothing the bivariate distributions of common and noncommon item scores in the frequency estimation method of commonitem equipercentile equating was exam ined. The mean squared error of equating was ...

(Sage Publications, 19851201)The Standards for Educational and Psychological Testing (1985) recommended that test publishers pro vide multiple estimates of the standard error of mea surement—one estimate for each of a number of widely spaced score ...

(Sage Publications, 19800101)Monte carlo procedures were used to generate data sets that resembled MMPI psychotic (86), neurotic (132), and personality disorder (49) pat terns. Lorr's clumping method, inverse factor analy sis, average linkage, and ...

(Sage Publications, 19820101)Three verbal item types employed in standardized aptitude tests were administered in four formats—a conventional multiplechoice format and three formats requiring the examinee to produce rather than simply to recognize ...

(Sage Publications, 19850601)Successive unfolding is a recently developed tech nique that appears to have advantages over traditional unfolding techniques. To assess its usefulness, succes sive, internal, and a type of external unfolding were compared ...

(Sage Publications, 19900601)Many itemfit statistics have been proposed for assessing whether the responses to test items ag gregated across examinees conform to IRT test models. Conversely, personfit statistics have been proposed for assessing ...

(Sage Publications, 19940901)A concern in computerized adaptive testing is whether data for calibrating items can be collected from either a paperandpencil (P&P) or a computer ad ministration of the items. Fixed blocks of power test items were ...

(SAGE PUBLICATIONS, INC., 19980601)Applications of item response theory (IRT) to practical testing problems, including equating, differential item functioning, and computerized adaptive testing, require a common metric for item parameter estimates. This ...
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