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The Wiley Handbook of Psychometric Testing (2-Volume Set) : A Multidisciplinary Reference on Survey, Scale and Test Development

Irwing, Paul (EDT)   Booth, Tom (EDT)   Hughes, David J. (EDT)

Wiley-Blackwell 2018/05
1,064 p. 25 cm   
装丁: Hrd    装丁について
テキストの言語: ENG    出版国: US
ISBN: 9781118489833
装丁違いISBN: 1119121175
KCN: 1027766799
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KDC: C201 アセスメント・心理テスト
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New in paperback. Hardcover was published in 2018. This handbook brings together contributions from leading psychometricians in a diverse array of fields around the globe.

Full Description

A must-have resource for researchers, practitioners, and advanced students interested or involved in psychometric testing Over the past hundred years, psychometric testing has proved to be a valuable tool for measuring personality, mental ability, attitudes, and much more. The word 'psychometrics' can be translated as 'mental measurement'; however, the implication that psychometrics as a field is confined to psychology is highly misleading. Scientists and practitioners from virtually every conceivable discipline now use and analyze data collected from questionnaires, scales, and tests developed from psychometric principles, and the field is vibrant with new and useful methods and approaches. This handbook brings together contributions from leading psychometricians in a diverse array of fields around the globe. Each provides accessible and practical information about their specialist area in a three-step format covering historical and standard approaches, innovative issues and techniques, and practical guidance on how to apply the methods discussed. Throughout, real-world examples help to illustrate and clarify key aspects of the topics covered. The aim is to fill a gap for information about psychometric testing that is neither too basic nor too technical and specialized, and will enable researchers, practitioners, and graduate students to expand their knowledge and skills in the area. Provides comprehensive coverage of the field of psychometric testing, from designing a test through writing items to constructing and evaluating scales Takes a practical approach, addressing real issues faced by practitioners and researchers Provides basic and accessible mathematical and statistical foundations of all psychometric techniques discussed Provides example software code to help readers implement the analyses discussed

Table of Contents

Notes on Contributors to Volume 1 vii Preface xi Introduction xiii Volume I Part I Practical Foundations 1 1 Test Development 3 Paul Irwing and David J. Hughes 2 Classical Test Theory and Item Response Theory 49 Christine E. DeMars 3 Item Generation 75 Kristin M. Morrison and Susan Embretson 4 Survey Sampling and Propensity Score Matching 95 Bo Lu and Stanley Lemeshow 5 Sample Size Planning for Confirmatory Factor Models: Power and Accuracy for Effects of Interest 113 Ken Kelley and Keke Lai 6 Missing Data Handling Methods 139 Craig K. Enders and Amanda N. Baraldi 7 Causal Indicators in Psychometrics 187 Aja L. Murray and Tom Booth Part II Identifying and Analyzing Scales 209 8 Fundamentals of Common Factor Analysis 211 Stanley A. Mulaik 9 Estimation Methods in Latent Variable Models for Categorical Outcome Variables 253 Li Cai and Irini Moustaki 10 Rotation 279 Robert I. Jennrich 11 The Number of Factors Problem 305 Marieke E. Timmerman, Urbano Lorenzo-Seva, and Eva Ceulemans 12 Bifactor Models in Psychometric Test Development 325 Fang Fang Chen and Zugui Zhang 13 Nonnormality in Latent Trait Modelling 347 Dylan Molenaar and Conor V. Dolan 14 Multidimensional Scaling: An Introduction 375 William G. Jacoby and David J. Ciuk 15 Unidimensional Item Response Theory 413 Rob R. Meijer and Jorge N. Tendeiro