The first South Central Objective Measurement Seminar (SCOMS) will provide health care researchers and providers opportunities to share work employing rigorous yet flexible probabilistic measurement models in health status, quality of life, functional status, patient satisfaction, and educational applications; and to learn more about the use of these models.
SCOMS is patterned on the Midwest Objective Measurement Seminars (MOMS) that have been held semi-annually at the University of Chicago over the last 15 years. A first New England Objective Measurement Seminar was recently held at Boston College, and the Institute for Objective Measurement is planning a similar seminar for the western region, perhaps at the University of California in Berkeley. SCOMS will be our warm-up for April 17-28 in the year 2000, when New Orleans will host four different Rasch measurement meetings, drawing theoreticians and practitioners from all over the world for training sessions, workshops, and research presentations.
· have results from a data analysis employing a probabilistic conjoint (Rasch) measurement model that you would like to present at SCOMS;
· have survey, rating scale, or test data that you would like to evaluate using a probabilistic conjoint model;
· would like to learn more about Rasch measurement; or
· would like to attend SCOMS
contact William P. Fisher. There are no registration fees. To submit, just e-mail a title and brief description of your presentation.
SCOMS: Call for Participation.Fisher W. P. Jr. Rasch Measurement Transactions, 1998, 12:2 p. 631.
|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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