Skip to main content

Applied Psychological Measurement, Volume 14, 1990  [31]

Persistent link to this collection:

Recently Added

Implications of three causal models for the measurement of halo error

Fisicaro, Sebastiano A.; Lance, Charles E. (1990)
The appropriateness of a traditional correlational measure of halo error (the difference between dimensional rating intercorrelations and dimensional true score intercorrelations) is reexamined in the context of three ...

Longitudinal factor score estimation using the Kalman filter

Oud, Johan H.; Van den Bercken, John H.; Essers, Raymond J. (1990)
The advantages of the Kalman filter as a factor score estimator in the presence of longitudinal data are described. Because the Kalman filter presupposes the availability of a dynamic state space model, the state space ...

A method for the age standardization of test scores

Schagen, I. P. (1990)
A procedure is presented to generate standardized scores from raw test data that are, as far as possible, age independent and normally distributed. The model is fitted to the percentile points of the raw score distribution, ...

Using Bayesian decision theory to design a computerized mastery test

Lewis, Charles; Sheehan, Kathleen (1990)
A theoretical framework for mastery testing based on item response theory and Bayesian decision theory is described. The idea of sequential testing is developed, with the goal of providing shorter tests for individuals ...

The effect of item selection procedure and stepsize on computerized adaptive attitude measurement using the rating scale model

Dodd, Barbara G. (1990)
Real and simulated datasets were used to investigate the effects of the systematic variation of two major variables on the operating characteristics of computerized adaptive testing (CAT) applied to instruments consisting ...

View more