Recent Progress in Rasch Measurement Theory Discussant: Matthias von Davier, IPN-Inst. Sci. Educ.
2:15-10:15 (3.74) Convention Center 6th Floor Room 618. Chair: Christa R. Winter, Springfield Col.
A comparison of Angoff and Rasch model based Item Map methods in setting standard. Linjun Shen, Nat. Board Osteopathic Medical Examiners
From Categories to Measures to Categories. Stuart Luppescu, Ben Wright, U. of Chicago
A general Martin-Löf test for ordinal data and more than two item subgroups. Claus Carstensen, Jürgen Rost, IPN-Inst. for Science Educ.
Multidimensional Measurement Using Rasch Models. Derek Briggs, Mark Wilson, UC Berkeley
Rasch models for facet designed tests: structural or incidental parameters for the facets? Jürgen Rost, Claus Carstensen, IPN-Inst. for Science Educ.
The Rater Effect in Performance Testing Discussants: Susan Phillips, Independent Counsel; Cathy Taylor, U. of Michigan
8:15-10:15 (9.46) Convention Center 3rd Floor Room 310. Chair: Thomas Haladyna, Arizona State U., West
Monitoring Reader Performance in the Advanced Placement English Literature and Composition Program with a Many-Faceted Rasch Model. George Engelhard, Jr., Emory U.; Carol Myford, ETS
The Influence of Rater Effects on Whether a Student Passes or Fails a Performance Assessment. Thomas Haladyna, Joseph Ryan, Arizona State U., West
Trials and Tribulations of Correcting for Rater Severity in Evaluating a Career Ladder Teacher Portfolio Michael Kelly, Thomas Haladyna, Arizona State U., West
Accounting for Rater Effects in a State Student Certification System. Wayne Neuberger, Oregon Department of Education
Rater Effects: Some Issues, Some Solutions. Mark Wilson, Machteld Hoskins, Karen Draney, UC, Berkeley
Rasch Measurement and Scale Construction Discussant: Edward W. Wolfe, Michigan State U.
10:35-12:05 (11.70) Convention Center 6th Floor Room 619. Chair: Dorthea Juul, American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology
Using Traditional Psychometric Methodologies and the Rasch Model in Designing a Test. Marian Crislip, Hawaii DOE; Chin-Chance, Selvin
Internal and External Validity of Rasch-Based Optimal Categorization: An Empirical Investigation. Weimo Zhu, U. of Illinois
Constructive versus reproductive learning: one dimension? One- and two-dimensional polytomous Rasch analyses compared with structural equation modeling analyses. Ronny Wierstra
Dimensionality and construct validity of School Expectation Scale for Secondary Students. Magdalena Mok, Hong Kong Institute of Education; Marcellin Flynn, The Australian Catholic U.
Constructing a Universal Scale of High School Course Difficulty. Dina Bassiri, E. Matthew Schulz, ACT, Inc.
Applications of Rasch Measurement and DIF: Cross-Cultural Comparisons of Mathematics and Science Achievement Discussant: Mark Wilson, UC, Berkeley
12:15-3:45 (15.30) Convention Center 2nd Floor Room 212. Chair: George Engelhard Jr., Emory U.
Black-White Differences in Performance on MCQ Mathematics Items. Bobbie Bable, Emory U.
Differences in Distractor Choices on TIMSS Mathematics Items Among US and Russian Federation Students. Mary Garner, Kennesaw U.
Using Rasch Measurement Theory to Explore Cross-Cultural DIF on Mathematics Items:Evidence from the United States and the Russian Federation. Saodat and Bazarova, Emory U.
Exploring Differential Item Functioning (DIF) with the Rasch Model: Cross-Cultural Gender Differences on Eighth Grade Science Items. Tasha Calvert, Emory U.
Applications of Item Response Theory Discussant: R. Terry, U. Oklahoma; Walter Way, ETS
10:35-12:05 (23:31) Convention Center 3rd Floor Room 306. Chair: Brenda SiokHoon Tay-Lim, ETS
Examining the Relationship between Response Time and Item Difficulty among Six Types of Spatial Ability Test Items. Chien-Lin Yang, Tom O'Neill, Gene Kramer, American Dental Association
Factors That Influence Parameter Drift. Betty Bergstrom, John Stahl, Ben Netzky, CAT, Inc.
Statistical Methods in Survey Research Discussant: Chet McCall, Pepperdine U.
12:25-1:55 (25:16) Westin 2nd Floor St. Helens. Chair: Bruce G. Rogers, U. of Northern Iowa
Using Logistic Regression to Identify Bias Due to Non-response in Surveys. Edward Wolfe, MSU
Using Person-fit Statistics to Control for the Effect of Undifferentiating Responses in Likert Scale Data. E. Matthew Schulz, ACT, Anji Sun, ACT, Inc.
Hierarchical Modeling Approaches to Item Response Data Discussant: M. Wilson, UC Berkeley
12:25-1:55 (25:57) Convention Center 6th Floor Room 612. Chair: Akihito Kamata, Florida State U.
A Rasch Hierarchical Measurement Model. Kim Maier, U. of Chicago
Detecting Unique Ethnic Response Patterns to Externalizing Problem Behavior Items Via Multilevel and Multidimensional Rasch Models. Yuk Fai Cheong, Emory U.
Issues in Survey Research
11:25-12:05 (36:03) Convention Center 6th Floor Room 6B Roundtable
Can Survey Research in Education Measure Up?. Trevor Bond, James Cook U.
Rasch Measurement SIG Business Meeting
6:15-7:45 (43.34) Convention Center 6th Floor Room 619
Rasch Measurement and Performance Assessment Discussant: M. Yoes, NCS Psychometric Svcs
12:25-1:55 (48:67) Sheraton 2nd Floor East Ballroom A. Chair: Betty Bergstrom, CAT Inc.
Science MCAS Results: Making Them Useful For Districts. Camelia Rosca, Boston College
Examining Student Performance Assessment Using a Multi-Facets Rasch Item Response Theory Model. Jere Turner, Boston College
An Investigation of Polytomous DIF in a Performance Assessment Using Bias Interactions and Standardized Impact. Deanna L. Morgan, Steve Cramer, Seock-Ho Kim, U. of Georgia
Psychometric Issues in Standard Setting with Simulated Patients. Richard M. Smith, U. of Florida
AERA, Seattle 2001, Rasch-related Sessions. Rasch Measurement Transactions 14:4 p.776-7
AERA, Seattle 2001, Rasch-related Sessions. Rasch Measurement Transactions, 2001, 14:4 p.776-7
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