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In an ironic twist of history, modern psychological testing has returned to an adaptive format quite common when testing was not yet standardized. Important stimuli to the renewed interest in adaptive testing have been the development of item-response theory in psychometrics, which models the...
Adaptive measurement of change (AMC) was investigated by examining the recovery of true change. Monte Carlo simulation was used to compare three conventional testing (CT) methods with AMC. The CTs estimated individual change moderately well when the test was highly discriminating and when the θ...
Traditional adaptive tests provide an efficient method for estimating student achievements levels, by adjusting the characteristics of the test questions to match the performance of each student. These traditional adaptive tests are not designed to identify idiosyncratic knowledge patterns. As...
A computerized adaptive testing (CAT) procedure was simulated with ordinal polytomous personality data collected using a conventional paper-and-pencil testing format. An adapted Dutch version of the dominance scale of Gough and Heilbrun’s Adjective Check List (ACL) was used. This version...
To investigate how an existing questionnaire can be transformed into a computer-adaptive version, we developed an adaptive version of the Interpersonal Competence Questionnaire (ICQ). This adaptive version was based on a representative sample ( = 1934) of respondents who answered 30 items from a...
The influence of interdisciplinary forces stemming from developments in cognitive science, mathematical statistics, educational psychology, and computing science are beginning to appear in educational and psychological assessment. Computer adaptive-attribute testing (CA-AT) is one example. The...
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