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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...

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...

Improving Item‐Exposure Control in Adaptive Testing Early View

  • Journal: Journal of Educational Measurement
  • Authors: Wim J. Linden, Seung W. Choi
  • Published Date: Sep 30, 2019

Abstract One of the methods of controlling test security in adaptive testing is imposing random item‐ineligibility constraints on the selection of the items with probabilities automatically updated to...

Partial Identification of Answer Reviewing Effects in Multiple‐Choice Exams Early View

  • Journal: Journal of Educational Measurement
  • Authors: Yongnam Kim
  • Published Date: Oct 14, 2019

Abstract Does reviewing previous answers during multiple‐choice exams help examinees increase their final score? This article formalizes the question using a rigorous causal framework, the potential...

A New Statistic for Selecting the Smoothing Parameter for Polynomial Loglinear Equating Under the Random Groups Design Early View

  • Journal: Journal of Educational Measurement
  • Authors: Chunyan Liu, Michael J. Kolen
  • Published Date: Oct 15, 2019

Abstract Smoothing is designed to yield smoother equating results that can reduce random equating error without introducing very much systematic error. The main objective of this study is to propose a...

Using Weighted Sum Scores to Close the Gap Between DIF Practice and Theory Early View

  • Journal: Journal of Educational Measurement
  • Authors: Neil J. Dorans, Hongwen Guo
  • Published Date: Oct 22, 2019

Abstract We make a distinction between the operational practice of using an observed score to assess differential item functioning (DIF) and the concept of departure from measurement invariance (DMI)...

Linking via Pseudo‐Equivalent Group Design: Methodological Considerations and an Application to the PISA and PIAAC Assessments Early View

  • Journal: Journal of Educational Measurement
  • Authors: Artur Pokropek, Francesca Borgonovi
  • Published Date: Nov 15, 2019

Abstract This article presents the pseudo‐equivalent group approach and discusses how it can enhance the quality of linking in the presence of nonequivalent groups. The pseudo‐equivalent group...

Automated Test Assembly with Mixed‐Integer Programming: The Effects of Modeling Approaches and Solvers Early View

  • Journal: Journal of Educational Measurement
  • Authors: Xiao Luo
  • Published Date: Nov 20, 2019

Abstract Automated test assembly (ATA) is a modern approach to test assembly that applies advanced optimization algorithms on computers to build test forms automatically. ATA greatly improves the...

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