You are here:

Applied Psychological Measurement

1992 Volume 16, Number 1

Search this issue

Table of Contents

Number of articles: 3

  1. The Effects of Review on Student Ability and Test Efficiency for Computerized Adaptive Tests

    Mary E. Lunz

    The effects of reviewing items and altering responses on the efficiency of computerized adaptive tests and resultant ability estimates of the examinees were explored for medical technology students... More

    pp. 33-40

    View Abstract
  2. Item Selection Using an Average Growth Approximation of Target Information Functions

    Richard M. Luecht & Thomas M. Hirsch

    Derivations of several item selection algorithms for use in fitting test items to target information functions (IFs) are described. These algorithms, which use an average growth approximation of... More

    pp. 41-51

    View Abstract
  3. Computerized Mastery Testing with Nonequivalent Testlets

    Kathleen Sheehan & Charles Lewis

    A procedure is introduced for determining the effect of testlet nonequivalence on operating characteristics of a testlet-based computerized mastery test (CMT). The procedure, which involves... More

    pp. 65-76

    View Abstract