


NERA 2005, Kerhonkson, NY
October 1921, 2005
Su Baldwin, UMassAmherst
Assessing Standard and Accommodated Examinees' Performance using Confirmatory Factor Analysis
Test Speededness and Validity: A Review of the Literature.
Bob Chulu, Stephen Sireci, and Craig Wells, UMassAmherst; Jamal Abedi, University of California, Davis
Evaluating the Effects of Linguistic Simplification on Students' Math Test Performance: An IRT Analysis.
Kyungtyek Han, Stephen Sireci, Craig Wells, and April Zenisky, UMassAmherst
Methods for Evaluating Educational Gains at the Program Level.
Stephen J. Jirka, UMassAmherst
Investigation of Factors Affecting SEM Model Fit Indices.
Differential Item Functioning on a LargeScale Assessment: A Comparison of MantelHaenszel and Logistic Regression.
Ana Karantonis, UMassAmherst
Using Confirmatory Factor Analysis to Explore Test Dimensionality and Measurement Invariance.
Robert R. Keller, UMassAmherst
A MultitraitMultimethod Validity Investigation of Scores from a Statewide Large Scale Assessment.
Shuhong Li and Craig Wells, UMassAmherst
Examining Construct Validity of Reading Comprehension Test with Linear Confirmatory Factor Analysis.
Yue Zhao and Stephen Sireci, UMassAmherst
Validity Issues in Automated Essay Scoring.
Stephen Sireci
Chair. Technology in Higher Education.
Ronald K. Hambleton, Stephen Sireci, Shuhong Li, UMassAmherst
Identifying common problems in item translations: A metaanalysis
Stephen G. Sireci, UMassAmherst; Eugenio J. Gonzalez, Boston College
Evaluating the translation of assessments used in international comparisons of educational achievement
Lisa A. Keller
Discussant. Assessing Validity Using Structural Equation Modeling.
Discussant. Assessment of Fit and Consequences of Misfit of Item Response Models.
Chair. Measurement Paper Session.
Facilitator. Research Review and Improvement.
Craig Wells
Chair. Assessing Validity Using Structural Equation Modeling.
Discussant. Measurement Paper Session.


