Rasch Measurement Books

A Survey of "Advances in Rasch Measurement, Volume One"


edited by Mary L. Garner, George Engelhard, Jr., William P. Fisher, Jr., and Mark Wilson
JAM Press, Minnesota, 2010 - www.jampress.org
$69 Hard Cover (ISBN 978-1-934116-06-7), $57 Soft Cover (ISBN 978-1-934116-07-4): Library Recommendation Form
TitleAuthorsP.T.C.G.N.Analytical modelRasch
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The Rasch Model and Additive Conjoint Measurement Van A. Newby, Gregory R. Conner, Christopher P. Grant, and C. Victor Bunderson11STNoNoDichotomousx
Reducible or Irreducible? Mathematical Reasoning and the Ontological Method William P. Fisher, Jr.33FTYNoxx
Using Paired Comparison Matrices to Estimate Parameters of the Partial Credit Rasch Measurement Model for Rater-Mediated Assessments Mary L. Garner and George Engelhard, Jr.19FPNoYPCM - MFRMSP
A Family Approach to Assessing Fit in Rasch Measurement Richard M. Smith and Christie Plackner22NPYYDichotomousIPARM
Plausible Values: How to Deal with Their Limitations Christian Monseur and Raymond Adams24SPNoYD-MDConQuest
The Practical Application of Optimal Appropriateness Measurement on Empirical Data Using Rasch Models Iasonas Lamprianou23FPNoYDichotomousAnalysis
Considerations About A Posteriori Estimation in Adaptive Testing: Adaptive A Priori, Adaptive Correction for Bias, and Adaptive Integration Interval Giles Raiche and Jean-Guy Blais22SPYYDichotomousSP
Features of the Sampling Distribution of the Ability Estimate in Computerized Adaptive Testing According to Two Stopping Rules Jean-Guy Blais and Giles Raiche12FPNoYDichotomousSP
Local Independence and Residual Covariance: A Study of Olympic Figure Skating Ratings John M. Linacre19NAYYRSMWinsteps
Thinking About Thinking - Thinking About Measurement: A Rasch Analysis of Recursive Thinking Ulrich Muller and Willis F. Overton19NAYYDichotomousBigsteps
Using Adjusted GPA and Adjusted Course Difficulty Measures to Evaluate Differential Grading Practices in College Dina Bassiri and E. Matthew Schulz16FAYYRSMWinsteps
Constructing One Scale to Describe Two Statewide Exams Insu Paek, Deborah G. Peres, and Mark Wilson21FPYYD-MD (MRCMLM)ConQuest
Development of Scales Relating to Professional Development of Community College Administrators Edward W. Wolfe and Kim E. Van Der Linden24NAYYD-MD (MRCMLM)ConQuest
An Application of the Multidimensional Random Coefficients Multinomial Logit Model to Evaluating Cognitive Models of Reasoning in Genetics Edward W. Wolfe, Daniel Hickey, and Ann C. H. Kindfield16FAYYD-MD (MRCMLM)ConQuest
Mapping Multiple Dimensions of Student Learning: The GradeMap Program Cathleen A. Kennedy and Karen Draney22NPYNoRSM-MD (MRCML)ConstructMap
A Comparative Analysis of the Ratings in Performance Assessment using Generalizability Theory and Many-Facet Rasch Measurement Sungsook C. Kim and Mark Wilson24FPYYMFRMConQuest
Reliability of Performance Examinations: Revisited Mary E. Lunz and John M. Linacre14NPYYMFRMFacets
Comparison of Single- and Double-Assessor Scoring Designs for the Assessment of Accomplished Teaching George Engelhard, Jr. and Carol Myford27NAYYMFRMFacets
Exploring Differential Item Functioning (DIF) with the Rasch Model: A Comparison of Gender Differences on Eighth Grade Science Items in the United States and Canada Tasha Calvert Babiar29NAYYMFRMFacets
Using Classical and Modern Measurement Theories to Explore Rater, Domain, and Gender Influences on Student Writing Ability Ismail S. Gyagenda and George Engelhard, Jr.32NAYYMFRMFacets
Multidimensional Models in a Developmental Context Yiyu Xie and Theo L. Dawson15FPYYD-MD (MRCMLM)ConQuest
Developing a Domain Theory C. Victor Bunderson38NTYNoMFRMFacets
Towards a Domain Theory in English as a Second Language Diane Strong-Krause13FAYYMFRMFacets
The Role of Design Experiments and Invariant Measurement Scales in the Development of Domain Theories C. Victor Bunderson and Van Newby33NTYNoxx
Children's Understanding of Area Concepts: Development, Curriculum and Educational Achievement Trevor G. Bond and Kellie Parkinson24FAYYDichotomousQuest
Comparing Decalage and Development with Cognitive Development Tests Trevor G. Bond19NAYNoDichotomousQuest
Concrete, Abstract, Formal and Systematic Operations as Observed in a Piagetian Balance-beam Task Series Theo L. Dawson, Eric A. Goodheart, Karen Draney, Mark Wilson, and Michael L. Commons19FPYYDichotomous - SaltusQuest + Saltus
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T. = Technical level: Novice - Familiar - Specialist
C. = Content: Theory - Practice - Application
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N. = Numerical tables: Yes - No

Measurement, test construction and data analysis resources

Associate Professor Margaret Wu and Professor Ray Adams have kindly made the following publication available for download from www.edmeasurement.com.au - Learning Corner - to people interested in learning more about measurement.
Wu, M. & Adams, R. (2007). Applying the Rasch model to psycho-social measurement: A practical approach. Educational Measurement Solutions, Melbourne.

Introduction
Chapter One: What Is Measurement?
Chapter Two: An Ideal Measurement
Chapter Three: Developing Tests From IRT Perspectives - Construct And Framework
Chapter Four: The Rasch Model (The Dichotomous Case)
Chapter Five: The Rasch Model (The Polytomous Case)
Chapter Six: Preparing Data For Rasch Analysis
Chapter Seven: Item Analysis Steps
Chapter Eight: How Well Do The Data Fit The Model?

They recommend that you download the Introduction chapter first to see which of the other chapters may be of interest. As a general guide, the first two chapters are useful as an introduction to measurement. Chapter three considers the development of tests from a measurement perspective. Chapters four and five introduces the Rasch model, one particular item response theory model, that is used to analyze measurement data. Chapters six to eight provide guidelines on how to prepare and conduct your own Rasch analysis of test data.


Rasch Measurement Books ... Rasch Measurement Transactions, 2010, 24:2 p. 1285-6


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Rasch Publications
Rasch Measurement Transactions (free, online) Rasch Measurement research papers (free, online) Probabilistic Models for Some Intelligence and Attainment Tests, Georg Rasch Applying the Rasch Model 3rd. Ed., Bond & Fox Best Test Design, Wright & Stone
Rating Scale Analysis, Wright & Masters Introduction to Rasch Measurement, E. Smith & R. Smith Introduction to Many-Facet Rasch Measurement, Thomas Eckes Invariant Measurement: Using Rasch Models in the Social, Behavioral, and Health Sciences, George Engelhard, Jr. Statistical Analyses for Language Testers, Rita Green
Rasch Models: Foundations, Recent Developments, and Applications, Fischer & Molenaar Journal of Applied Measurement Rasch models for measurement, David Andrich Constructing Measures, Mark Wilson Rasch Analysis in the Human Sciences, Boone, Stave, Yale
in Spanish: Análisis de Rasch para todos, Agustín Tristán Mediciones, Posicionamientos y Diagnósticos Competitivos, Juan Ramón Oreja Rodríguez

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