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    1. Meijer, RR; Sijtsma, K
      Methodology review: Evaluating person fit

      APPLIED PSYCHOLOGICAL MEASUREMENT
    2. Raykov, T
      On the use and utility of the reliability coefficient in social and behavioral research

      QUALITY & QUANTITY
    3. Eid, M
      A multitrait-multimethod model with minimal assumptions

      PSYCHOMETRIKA
    4. Hambleton, RK
      Emergence of item response modeling in instrument development and data analysis

      MEDICAL CARE
    5. Rogers, WT; Ndalichako, J
      Number-right, item-response, and finite-state scoring: Robustness with respect to lack of equally classifiable options and item option independence

      EDUCATIONAL AND PSYCHOLOGICAL MEASUREMENT
    6. Somer, O
      Comparison of reliability and information concepts of classical and moderntesttheory with polytomous item tests

      TURK PSIKOLOJI DERGISI
    7. Fletcher, R
      Incorporating recent advances in measurement in sport and exercise psychology

      JOURNAL OF SPORT & EXERCISE PSYCHOLOGY
    8. Bellini, V; Capogni, M; Caracappa, A; Casano, L; D' Angelo, A; Ghio, F; Girolami, B; Hoblit, S; Hu, L; Khandaker, M; Kistner, OC; Miceli, L; Moricciani, D; Sandorfi, AM; Schaerf, C; Sperduto, ML; Thorn, CE
      Coherent pi(0) photo-production on He-4 at intermediate energies with polarized photons

      NUCLEAR PHYSICS A
    9. Guthke, J
      Traditions and trends in intelligence testing

      ZEITSCHRIFT FUR PSYCHOLOGIE
    10. Rost, J
      Where has the Rasch model gone?

      PSYCHOLOGISCHE RUNDSCHAU
    11. SOMER O
      ITEM ANALYSIS PROCEDURES BASED ON CLASSICAL AND MODERN TEST THEORY INPERSONALITY TESTS

      Turk psikoloji dergisi
    12. ARMSTRONG RD; JONES DH; WANG ZB
      OPTIMIZATION OF CLASSICAL RELIABILITY IN TEST-CONSTRUCTION

      Journal of educational and behavioral statistics
    13. VANDERLINDEN WJ
      A DECISION-THEORY MODEL FOR COURSE PLACEMENT

      Journal of educational and behavioral statistics
    14. ZHU WM
      TEST EQUATING - WHAT, WHY, HOW

      Research quarterly for exercise and sport
    15. SANDERS PF; VERSCHOOR AJ
      PARALLEL TEST-CONSTRUCTION USING CLASSICAL ITEM PARAMETERS

      Applied psychological measurement
    16. ARMSTRONG RD; JONES DH
      IRT TEST ASSEMBLY USING NETWORK-FLOW PROGRAMMING

      Applied psychological measurement
    17. VANDERLINDEN WJ
      STOCHASTIC ORDER IN DICHOTOMOUS ITEM RESPONSE MODELS FOR FIXED, ADAPTIVE, AND MULTIDIMENSIONAL TESTS

      Psychometrika
    18. Muraishi, Y; Toyoda, H
      Analysis of standardized achievement tests by classical test theory and genetic factor analysis models

      JAPANESE JOURNAL OF EDUCATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY
    19. KOMAROFF E
      EFFECT OF SIMULTANEOUS VIOLATIONS OF ESSENTIAL TAU-EQUIVALENCE AND UNCORRELATED ERROR ON COEFFICIENT-ALPHA

      Applied psychological measurement
    20. RAYKOV T
      ESTIMATION OF COMPOSITE RELIABILITY FOR CONGENERIC MEASURES

      Applied psychological measurement
    21. SCHONEMANN PH; THOMPSON WW
      HIT-RATE BIAS IN MENTAL TESTING

      Cahiers de psychologie cognitive
    22. COLLINS LM
      IS RELIABILITY OBSOLETE - ARE SIMPLE GAIN SCORES OBSOLETE - A COMMENTARY

      Applied psychological measurement
    23. HUMPHREYS LG
      LINEAR DEPENDENCE OF GAIN SCORES ON THEIR COMPONENTS IMPOSES CONSTRAINTS ON THEIR USE AND INTERPRETATION - ARE SIMPLE GAIN SCORES OBSOLETE - COMMENT

      Applied psychological measurement
    24. WILLIAMS RH; ZIMMERMAN DW
      ARE SIMPLE GAIN SCORES OBSOLETE - COMMENTARY

      Applied psychological measurement
    25. WILLIAMS RH; ZIMMERMAN DW
      ARE SIMPLE GAIN SCORES OBSOLETE

      Applied psychological measurement
    26. ANDUJAR CA; MARTINEZLUGO ME
      THE LEVEL IN WHICH EMPLOYEES GET INVOLVED IN THEIR WORK - PSYCHOMETRIC ANALYSIS OF THE LODAHL AND KEJNER SCALE BY MEANS OF CLASSICAL AND MODERN MEASUREMENT THEORIES

      Revista latinoamericana de psicología
    27. UENO M; OHNISHI H; SHIGEMASU K
      A TEST THEORY USING PROBABILISTIC NETWORK

      Electronics and communications in Japan. Part 3, Fundamental electronic science
    28. BREIT C; BERGMANN G
      THEORY-GUIDED DEVELOPMENT AND EVALUATION OF A MENTAL-HEALTH QUESTIONNAIRE

      PPmP. Psychotherapie, Psychosomatik, medizinische Psychologie
    29. VETHARANIAM I; STEDMAN GE
      ACCELERATED OBSERVERS - SYNCHRONIZATION AND TESTS OF LOCAL LORENTZ INVARIANCE

      Classical and quantum gravity
    30. SAMEJIMA F
      ESTIMATION OF RELIABILITY COEFFICIENTS USING THE TEST INFORMATION FUNCTION AND ITS MODIFICATIONS

      Applied psychological measurement
    31. MISLEVY RJ
      EVIDENCE AND INFERENCE IN EDUCATIONAL-ASSESSMENT

      Psychometrika
    32. SEGALL DO
      THE RELIABILITY OF LINEARLY EQUATED TESTS

      Psychometrika
    33. COOIL B; RUST RT
      RELIABILITY AND EXPECTED LOSS - A UNIFYING PRINCIPLE

      Psychometrika
    34. MORROW JR; JACKSON AW
      HOW SIGNIFICANT IS YOUR RELIABILITY

      Research quarterly for exercise and sport
    35. ARMSTRONG RD; JONES DH
      POLYNOMIAL ALGORITHMS FOR ITEM MATCHING

      Applied psychological measurement


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