Test Theory, Spring 2006 (KU)


Upcoming Workshops:

Thank you for visiting my course notes. Here are some upcoming opportunities to learn from me and my colleagues in person:

WorkshopDatesLocationInstructor
Diagnostic MeasurementMay 22-25, 2017Omni Hilton Head Oceanfront Resort, Hilton Head Island, South CarolinaJonathan Templin
Introduction to Longitudinal Multilevel ModelsMay 30-June 2, 2017Omni Hilton Head Oceanfront Resort, Hilton Head Island, South CarolinaLesa Hoffman

Measurement Methods (Psychology 892)
Spring Semester, 2006; University of Kansas

Course Documents
Syllabus
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Project
Homework
Assignments Solutions
Homework #1 Homework #1 Solutions
Lectures
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Lecture 1 – Introduction
Lecture 2 – Introduction to SAS
Lecture 3 – Historical Perspectives
Lecture 4 – Items and Item Scores
Lecture 5 – Item and Test Statistics/Algebra of Expectations
Lecture 6 – Item and Test Statistics/Algebra of Expectations
Lecture 7 – The Concept of a Scale
Lecture 8 – Reliability Theory for Total Test Scores
Lecture 9 – More Reliability Theory for Total Test Scores
Lecture 10 – Even More Reliability Theory for Total Test Scores
Lecture 11 – Test Homogeneity/Single Factor Model
Lecture 12 – Single Factor Model/True-Score Equivalent Models Lecture 12 SAS Code
Lecture 12 SAS Output
Lecture 13 – Reliability of a Homogeneous Test
Lecture 14 – Reliability of a Homogeneous Test
Lecture 15 – Reliability – Applications
Lecture 16 SAS Code
Lecture 17 – Prediction and Multiple Regression
Lecture 18 – The Common Factor Model Lecture 18 SAS Code
Lecture 19 – The Common Factor Model Lecture 19 SAS Code
Lecture 20 – Validity
Lecture 21 – Classical Item Analysis
Lecture 22 – Item Response Models
Lecture 23 – Properties of Item Response Models