May 20, 2005
School of Public Health
at the University of Illinois at Chicago
Accuracy of item difficulty estimates by subject matter experts. Kirk Becker, Promissor, Inc.
Impact of Altering Randomization Intervals on Precision of Measurement and Item Exposure. Timothy Muckle and Betty A. Bergstrom , Promissor, Inc.
Application of Variable Stop Rule and Pre-Calibration Procedures in a Computerized Adaptive Test for Substance Abuse Diagnosis. Barth Riley, University of Illinois at Chicago , Kendon J. Conrad, University of Illinois at Chicago, Nikolaus Bezruczko, Measurement and Evaluation Consulting, Michael Dennis, Chestnut Health System
Monitoring rater effects in communication skills assessment with Multi-Facet Rasch Measurement analysis. Cherdsak Iramaneerat, Department of Educational Psychology, College of Education University of Illinois at Chicago
Examining Unexpected Bias in Facets Analysis. Ross Brown, Measurement Research Associates, Inc.
Linking Subsets in Facets: An Issue not an Answer, Lidia Martinez, Measurement Research Associates
The psychometric properties of the Icelandic version of the Worker Role Interview (WRI-IS) using Facets. Jessica Keller, University of Illinois at Chicago.
What's so naive about raw scores? Nikolaus Bezruczko, Kendon J. Conrad, Michael Dennis, Chris Scott, & Rod Funk
Using Concept Systems to develop a conceptual framework of expert's views of depression. John W. Ridings, Institute for Clinical Social Work; Kendon J. Conrad, University of Illinois at Chicago
Comparison of Resident and Faculty Perceived Preparedness of Residents for Surgical Cases. Deborah Rooney; University of Illinois at Chicago, and Northwestern University, Northwestern Center for Advanced Surgical Education
The development and testing of a scale to assess formal and informal strategies used by clinicians to encourage adherence to medication. Beth Angell, School of Social Service Administration University of Chicago
Special Poster Session: Rasch Analysis of a New Construct: Functional Caregiving for Adult Children with Intellectual Disabilities. Shu-Pi C. Chen, School of Nursing St. Xavier University; Nikolaus Bezruczko, Measurement and Evaluation Consulting; Sheila Ryan-Henry, ACSW, Seguin Retarded Citizens Association.
Midwest Objective Measurement Seminar, MOMS, May 2005 Rasch Measurement Transactions, 2005, 19:2 p. 1020
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