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A structural equation modeling approach for examining position effects in large-scale assessments

Position effects may occur in both paper–pencil tests and computerized assessments when examinees respond to the same test items located in different positions on the test. To examine position effects in large-scale assessments, previous studies often used multilevel item response models within the generalized linear mixed modeling framework. Using the equivalence of the item...

Using Connectionist Models to Evaluate Examinees’ Response Patterns to Achievement Tests

, mathematical statistics, computer tech Mark J. Gierl is a Professor of Educational Psychology and Canada Research Chair in Educational Measurement, Centre for Research in Applied Measurement and Evaluation. His