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Anastasi, A. (1985). Psychological testing: Basic concepts and common misconceptions. In A. M. Rogers & C. J. Scheirer (Eds.), The G. Stanley Hall Lecture Series (Vol. 5, pp.87-120). Washington, DC: American Psychological Association.Baker, F. (2001). The basics of item response theory. Eric Clearinghouse on Assessment and Evaluation. College Park, MD: University of Maryland. Blanton, H. & Jaccard, J. (2006) Arbitrary metrics in psychology. American Psychologist, 61(1), 27–41. Buchanan, T., Ali, T., Heffernan, T., Ling, J., Parrot, A. Rodgers, J. Scholey, A. (2005) Nonequivalence of on-line and paper-and-pencil psychological tests: The case of the prospective memory questionnaire. Behavior Research Methods, 37(1), 148–154. Cohen, J. (1990). Things I have learned (so far). American Psychologist, 45(12), 1304-1312. Cortina, J.M. (1993). What is coefficient alpha? An examination of theory and applications. Journal of Applied Psychology, 78(1), 98-104. Embretson, S. E. (2004). The Second Century of Ability Testing: Some Predicitions and Speculations. Measurement, 2(1), 1-32. Gibbons, R., Weiss, D., Kupfer, D., Frank, E., Fagiolini, A., Grochocinski, V., Bhaumik, D., Stover, A., Bock, R. & Immekus, J. (2008). Using computerized adaptive testing to reduce the burden of mental health assessment. Psychiatric Services, 59(4), 361–368. Grove, W. M. (2005). Clinical vs. statistical prediction: The contribution of Paul E. Meehl. Journal of Clinical Psychology, 61(10), 1233-1243. Hunsley, J., & Meyer, G. J. (2003). The Incremental Validity of Psychological Testing and Assessment: Conceptual, Methodological, and Statistical Issues. Psychological Assessment, 15(4), 446-455. Lissitz, R.W, & Green, S.B, (1975), Effect of the number of scale points on reliability: A Monte Carlo approach. Journal of Applied Psychology, 60(1), 10-13. Meyer, G. J., Finn, S. E., Eyde, L. D., Kay, G. G., Moreland, K. L., Dies, R. R., Eisman, E. J., Kubiszyn, T. W., & Read, G. M. (2001). Psychological testing and psychological assessment: A review of evidence and issues. American Psychologist, 56(2), 128–165. Naglieri, J. A., Drasgow, F., Schmit, M., Handler, L., Prifitera, A., Margolis, A., & Velasquez, R. (2004). Psychological Testing on the Internet: New Problems, Old Issues. American Psychologist, 59(3), 150-162. Reckase, M. D. (1996). Test construction in the 1990s: Recent approaches every psychologist should know. Psychological Assessment, 8(4), 354-359. Reise, S. P. & Waller, N. G. (2009). Item Response Theory and Clinical Measurement. Annual Review of Clinical Psychology. 5, 27–48. Sackett, P. R, Borneman, M. J., & Connelly, B. S. (2008). High stakes testing in higher education and employment: Appraising the evidence for validity and fairness. American Psychologist, 63(4), 215–227. Schmidt, F. L., & Hunter, J. E. (1996). Measurement error in psychological research: Lessons from 26 research scenarios. Psychological Methods, 1(2), 199-223. Schwarz, N. & Oyserman, D. (2001). Asking questions about behavior: Cognition, communication, and questionnaire construction. American Journal of Evaluation, 22(2), 127–160. Shrout, P. E., & Fleiss, J. L. (1979). Intraclass correlations: Uses in assessing rater reliability. Psychological Bulletin, 86(2), 420-428. Thissen, D., Steinberg, L. & Gerrard, M. (1986). Beyond group mean differences: The concept of item bias. Psychological Bulletin, 99(1), 118-128. Thurstone, L. L. (1925). A method of scaling psychological and educational tests. Journal Of Educational Psychology,16(7), 433-451. Wanous, J. P., & Hudy, M. J. (2001). Single-item reliability: A replication and extension. Organizational Research Methods, 4(4), 361-375. Whitely, S. E. (1983). Construct validity: Construct representation versus nomothetic span. Psychological Bulletin, 93(1), 179–197. Wiggins, J. S., & Pincus, A. L. (1992). Personality structure and assessment. Annual Review of Psychology, 43, 473–504.
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