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George Karabatsos, U. of Illinois at Chicago
Goldilocks and the Three Variables
Thomas Rehfeldt, Helene Curtis Inc.
Quality of Life: Cross-Disease Comparisons
Chih-Hung Chang, Rush-Presbyt.-St. Luke's MC
Comparing Raters' Perspectives
Jin Shei Lai, U. of Illinois at Chicago
Properties of the SF-36 Health Status Measure
Allen Heinemann, Rehabilitation Inst. of Chicago
Is There Ever a Best Scoring?
Mary Lunz, Amer. Soc. of Clinical Pathologists
Will America Read in LEXlLEs?
Jack Stenner, MetaMetrics, Durham, N.C.
Man is the Measure
Mark Stone, Adler Institute
When Less is More
Richard Smith, Research Foundation Inc.
Optimizing Rating Scales
John Michael Linacre, University of Chicago
Calibration Robustness of FIM
Rita Bode, Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago
Job Skills Among At-Risk High School Students
Ron Zybura, Malone College
Applying Rasch to School District Assessment
David Kingsley, S.E. Kansas Educ. Service Center
CAT Item Drift
Thomas O'Neill, Am. Soc. of Clinical Pathologists
A New Logo Therapy Variable
Patrick Kilroy, Franciscan University
Measuring Rehabilitation Barriers
Edward Kan, Northwestern U. Medical School
Departmental Evaluations: Between and Within
Casey Marks, Johnson O'Connor Foundation
Mid-West Objective Seminar Program. June 1997. Rasch Measurement Transactions, 1997, 11:2 p. 568.
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