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Pacific Rim Objective Measurement Symposium (PROMS) 2015 Conference Proceedings

  • Quan Zhang

Benefits

  • Focuses on discussion on Rasch model and it's future applications

  • Brings together top Rasch scholars from the Pacific Pacific area and beyond on the much-debated issues of objective assessment

  • Collects and presents original studies of Rasch via Winsteps and Lexiles

Conference proceedings

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xxiii
  2. A. Jackson Stenner, Mark Stone, William P. Fisher Jr., Donald Burdick
    Pages 1-14
  3. Rie Koizumi, Yo In’nami, Makoto Fukazawa
    Pages 89-106
  4. Hui-Fang Chen, Gloria Hongyee Chan
    Pages 107-118
  5. Wen-Chung Wang, Kuan-Yu Jin
    Pages 199-214
  6. Norlly Mohd Isa, Hamimah Abu Naim
    Pages 251-266
  7. Nor Irvoni Mohd Ishar, Rosmimah Mohd Roslin
    Pages 289-302
  8. Jin-Chun Huang, Kai-Mei Zhang, Quan Zhang
    Pages 303-309

About these proceedings

Introduction

This book collects and organizes the original studies presented at PROMS 2015 conference on theories and applications of Rasch model. It provides useful examples of the Rasch model used to address practical measurement problems across a range of different disciplines including Item Response Theory (IRT), philosophy of measurement, dimensionality, the role of fit statistics and residuals, application, educational application, language testing, health-related research, business and industrial application and Rasch-based computer software. PROMS 2015 (Pacific Rim Objective Measurement Symposium) was held from August 20-24th 2015, in Fukuoka, Japan. The goal of this conference is to bring together the researchers from academia, universities, hospitals, industry, management sector as well as practitioners to share ideas, problems and solutions relating to the multifaceted aspects of Rasch Model.  

Keywords

Rating Scale with Rasch Measurement Rasch Model and its application Winsteps, Lexiles, Bilog, Parscale, Gitest and their use MFRA and SEM Validity and Reliability with Rasch Measurement Rasch Model and CET, GEPT, TEM, and SCT Assessment of Psychometric Properties Globalization and implication for Measurement Anchor items and test equating Computerized Cognitive Testing

Editors and affiliations

  • Quan Zhang
    • 1
  1. 1.College of Foreign StudiesJiaxing University College of Foreign StudiesJiaxingChina

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