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Performance of Person‐Fit Statistics Under Model Misspecification Early View

  • Journal: Journal of Educational Measurement
  • Authors: Seong Eun Hong, Scott Monroe, Carl F. Falk
  • Published Date: Jul 15, 2019

Abstract In educational and psychological measurement, a person‐fit statistic (PFS) is designed to identify aberrant response patterns. For parametric PFSs, valid inference depends on several...

Classification Consistency and Accuracy With Atypical Score Distributions Early View

  • Journal: Journal of Educational Measurement
  • Authors: Stella Y. Kim, Won‐Chan Lee
  • Published Date: Sep 05, 2019

Abstract The current study aims to evaluate the performance of three non‐IRT procedures (i.e., normal approximation, Livingston‐Lewis, and compound multinomial) for estimating classification indices...

A Comparison of Aggregation Rules for Selecting Anchor Items in Multigroup DIF Analysis Early View

  • Journal: Journal of Educational Measurement
  • Authors: Thorben Huelmann, Rudolf Debelak, Carolin Strobl
  • Published Date: Sep 05, 2019

Abstract This study addresses the topic of how anchoring methods for differential item functioning (DIF) analysis can be used in multigroup scenarios. The direct approach would be to combine anchoring...

Do Teachers Consider Advice? On the Acceptance of Computerized Expert Models Early View

  • Journal: Journal of Educational Measurement
  • Authors: Esther Kaufmann, David V. Budescu
  • Published Date: Sep 08, 2019

Abstract The literature suggests that simple expert (mathematical) models can improve the quality of decisions, but people are not always eager to accept and endorse such models. We ran three online...

Examining the Precision of Cut Scores Within a Generalizability Theory Framework: A Closer Look at the Item Effect Early View

  • Journal: Journal of Educational Measurement
  • Authors: Brian E. Clauser, Michael Kane, Jerome C. Clauser
  • Published Date: Sep 08, 2019

Abstract An Angoff standard setting study generally yields judgments on a number of items by a number of judges (who may or may not be nested in panels). Variability associated with judges (and...

Logistic Regression Procedure Using Penalized Maximum Likelihood Estimation for Differential Item Functioning Early View

  • Journal: Journal of Educational Measurement
  • Authors: Sunbok Lee
  • Published Date: Sep 08, 2019

Abstract In the logistic regression (LR) procedure for differential item functioning (DIF), the parameters of LR have often been estimated using maximum likelihood (ML) estimation. However, ML...

Integrating Multiple Sources of Validity Evidence for an Assessment‐Based Cognitive Model Early View

  • Journal: Journal of Educational Measurement
  • Authors: Thomas Langenfeld, Jay Thomas, Rongchun Zhu, Carrie A. Morris
  • Published Date: Sep 08, 2019

Abstract An assessment of graphic literacy was developed by articulating and subsequently validating a skills‐based cognitive model intended to substantiate the plausibility of score interpretations....

Item Selection and Exposure Control Methods for Computerized Adaptive Testing with Multidimensional Ranking Items Early View

  • Journal: Journal of Educational Measurement
  • Authors: Chia‐Wen Chen, Wen‐Chung Wang, Ming Ming Chiu, Sage Ro
  • Published Date: Sep 12, 2019

Abstract The use of computerized adaptive testing algorithms for ranking items (e.g., college preferences, career choices) involves two major challenges: unacceptably high computation times (selecting...

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