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Both researchers and practitioners often use Monte Carlo simulations to answer a variety of research questions. Over the past decade, R (R Core Team 2019) has been one of the most popular programming languages for conducting Monte Carlo simulation studies. R (https://www.r-project.org/) is a...
Developing computerized adaptive tests to improve the efficiency of patientreported outcome assessment: Clinically feasible proceduresDownload
Presentation at 13th Annual Glenrose Rehabilitation Hospital Spotlight on Research Breakfast. Background Patient-reported outcome measures (PRO) are considered valuable sources of information. A clinically useful PRO will balance efficiency (quick administration), while maintaining precision...
Item parameter drift (IPD) is defined as differential change in item parameters or ability estimates over time or testing occasions. Unlike previous IPD studies that have focused on change in item parameters over time, this study examined IPD to detect change in item parameters (construct shift)...
Students’ Perceived Usefulness of Computerized Percentage-only vs. Descriptive Score Reports Associations with Motivation and Grades
Students’ Perceived Usefulness of Computerized Percentage-only vs. Descriptive Score Reports Associations with Motivation and GradesDownload
In computer-based testing (CBT) environments instructors can provide students with feedback immediately. Commonly, instructors give students their percentage correct without additional descriptive feedback. Our objectives were (a) to compare stu- dents’ perceived usefulness of a percentage-only...