Edited by Mark Wilson and George Engelhard, Jr., 2000
From the Greenwood Publishing Group website:
This volume presents original research concerned with the practice of measurement, and the theory of measurement. The words in the title, "objective measurement" indicate that chapters are all related to a particular approach to the philosophy and practice of measurement. By objective measurement, we mean that, in a situation where a certain class of stimuli (for example, items) are being used to measure certain individuals.
The chapters in this book originated in presentations made at the International Objective Measurement Workshop (IOMW9) devoted to exploring the interface between theory and practice in measurement. Based on the complicated and interesting problems that arise in quite specific contexts, they represent some of the most original and exciting developments in the field of measurement today.
** Table of Contents **
Setting and Evaluating Performance Standards for High Stakes Writing Assessments, George Engelhard Jr. and Belita Gordon
Formative Evaluation of a Performance Assessment Scoring System, Susan Paulukonis, Carol Myford and Joan I. Heller
Using Criterion-referenced Maps to Produce Meaningful Evaluation Measures: Evaluating Changes in Middle School Science Teachers' Assessment Perceptions and Practice, Lily Roberts
Using the Rasch Model to Study Large Scale Physics Exams in Australia, Andrew Stephanou
Applications involving Raters and Judges
Raters and Single Prompt-to-Prompt Equating Using the FACETS Model in a Writing Performance Assessment, Yi Du and William L. Brown
An Examination of Variation in Rater Severity Over Time: A Study in Rater Drift, Mark Wilson and Harry Case
A Method to Compare Rater Severity Across Several Administrations, Thomas R. O'Neill and Mary Lunz
Detecting Rater Effects in Simulated Data with a Multi-faceted Rasch Rating Scale Model, Edward W. Wolfe, Chris W. T. Chiu and Carol M. Myford
Unmodelled Rater Discrimination Error, Peter Congdon
Setting Standards on Performance Examinations, Mary E. Lunz
A Multicomponent Rasch Model for Measuring Covert Processes: Application to Lifespan Ability Changes, Susan Embretson and Karen M. Schmidt
Interpreting the Parameters of a Multidimensional Rasch Model, Wen-chung Wang, Mark Wilson and Raymond J. Adams
The Implications of Halo Effects and Item Dependencies for Objective Measurement, T. F. McNamara and Raymond J. Adams
Rasch Measurement Theory, The Method of Paired Comparisons, and Graph Theory, Mary Garner and George Engelhard Jr.
A Procedure for Detecting Pattern Clustering in Measurement Designs, George Marcoulides and Zvi Drezner
Examining Replication Effects in Rasch Fit Statistics, Richard M. Smith, Randall E. Schumaker, and M. Joan Bush
The Ninth International Objective Measurement Workshop program.
** Authors **
Mark Wilson is Professor of Education at the University of California at Berkeley, specializing in the areas of educational assessment, educational evaluation and applied statistics.
George Engelhard is Professor of educational measurement and policy at Emory University.
Objective Measurement: Theory into Practice, Volume 5, is now available from:
Ablex Publishing. Westport, Conn.
ISBN 1-56750-433-7. Paperback: $39.50.
ISBN 1-56750-432-9. Clothbound: $78.50.
Objective Measurement: Theory Into Practice, Volume 5. Wilson, M. & Engelhard, G., Jr. Rasch Measurement Transactions, 2000, 14:2 p.744
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