Journal of Applied Measurement
Volume 4, Number 2. Summer 2003

Maximum Information Approach to Scale Description for Affective Measures Based on the Rasch Model. Huynh Huynh and J. Patrick Meyer, p. 101-110

Measuring Client Satisfaction with Public Education I: Meeting Competing Demands in Establishing State-wide Benchmarks. John A. King and Trevor G. Bond, p. 111-123

Developing an Initial Physical Function Item Bank from Existing Sources. Rita K. Bode, David Cella, Jin-shei Lai, and Allen W. Heinemann, p. 124-136

Breakthrough Measuring Neighborhoods. Nikolaus Bezruczko, p. 137-152

Rasch Fit Statistics as a Test of the Invariance of Item Parameter Estimates. Richard M. Smith and Kyunghee K. Suh, p. 153-163

Measuring Attitudes and Behaviors to Studying and Learning for University Students: A Rasch Measurement Model Analysis. Russell Waugh, p. 164-180

Understanding Rasch Measurement: Rasch Techniques for Detecting Bias in Performance Assessment: An Example Comparing the Performance of Native and Non-Native Speakers on a Test of Academic English. Catherine Elder, Tim McNamara, and Peter Congdon, p. 181-197

Guidelines for Manuscripts. Richard M. Smith, John M. Linacre, and Everett V. Smith, Jr., 199-203.

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Journal of Applied Measurement: Volume 4, Number 2. Summer 2003 … Rasch Measurement Transactions, 2003, 17:1, 915



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