[Rasch] JAM V21, N4 Table of Contents
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rsmith at jampress.org
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I apologize for three emails in a row. I went to send out V21, N4 today and realized that I had not sent the table of contents for V21, N2 and V21, N3 when I should have. Happy New Year to all!
The latest issue of the Journal of Applied Measurement (Vol. 21, No. 4, 2020) is now available. The contents of this issue are listed below. If you have not seen the journal, sample copies are available on request. Sample copies may be requested by e-mail. Please address those requests to the editor. If you think that your students would find the work published in JAM useful, we can also arrange for sample copies for your measurement classes. Contact information for sample copies is listed below. Please visit our web page at www.jampress.org for a complete list of articles published in JAM and the abstracts for the articles listed below.
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Vol. 21, No. 4, Winter 2020
Rasch/Guttman Scenario (RGS) Scales: A Methodological Framework
Larry H. Ludlow, Maria Baez-Cruz, Wen-Chia Claire Chang, and Katherine A. Reynolds
The Effect of Interactions between Item Discrimination and Item Difficulty on Fit Statistics
Stephen Mark Humphry and Ken Bredemeyer
Comparing Causes of Dependency: Shared Latent Trait or Dependence on Observed Response
Christine E. DeMars
Using the Rasch Model to Measure Comprehension of Fraction Addition
Marius Lie Winger, Julie Gausen, Eivind Kaspersen, and Trygve Solstad
The Development of the Mental Toughness Situational Judgment Test: A Novel Approach to Assessing Mental Toughness
Nicholas M. Flannery, Neil M. A. Hauenstein, and E. Scott Geller
A Psychometric Replication of Fan (1998) Item Response Theory and Classical Test Theory: An Empirical Comparison of their Item/Person Statistics
Nicholas Marosszeky, E. Arthur Shores, Michael P. Jones, and Rassoul Sadeghi
Diabetes Distress in Emerging Adults: Refining the Problem Areas in Diabetes— Emerging Adult Version using Rasch Analysis
Katherine Wentzell, Judith A. Vessey, Lori Laffel, and Larry Ludlow
Evaluating the Impact of Multidimensionality on Type I and Type II Error Rates using the Q-Index Item Fit Statistic for the Rasch Model
Development of a Short Form of the CPAI-A (Form B) with Rasch Analyses
Yixiao Dong, Weiqiao Fan, Fanny M. Cheung, and Mengting Li
Richard M. Smith, Editor
Journal of Applied Measurement
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