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Improving the reliability of student scores from speeded assessments: an illustration of conditional item response theory using a computer-administered measure of vocabulary

Petscher, Yaacov ; Mitchell, Alison ; Foorman, Barbara

Reading and Writing, 2015, Vol.28(1), pp.31-56 [Peer Reviewed Journal]

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Modelling Conditional Dependence Between Response Time and Accuracy

Bolsinova, Maria ; Boeck, Paul ; Tijmstra, Jesper

Psychometrika, 2017, Vol.82(4), pp.1126-1148 [Peer Reviewed Journal]

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A test for conditional independence between response time and accuracy

Bolsinova, Maria ; Maris, Gunter

British Journal of Mathematical and Statistical Psychology, February 2016, Vol.69(1), pp.62-79 [Peer Reviewed Journal]

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Posterior Predictive Checks for Conditional Independence Between Response Time and Accuracy

Bolsinova, Maria ; Tijmstra, Jesper

Journal of Educational and Behavioral Statistics, April 2016, Vol.41(2), pp.123-145 [Peer Reviewed Journal]

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A comparison of item response models for accuracy and speed of item responses with applications to adaptive testing

Rijn, Peter W. ; Ali, Usama S.

British Journal of Mathematical and Statistical Psychology, May 2017, Vol.70(2), pp.317-345 [Peer Reviewed Journal]

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Conditional Precision of Measurement for Test Scores: Are Conditional Standard Errors Sufficient?

Nicewander, W. Alan

Educational and Psychological Measurement, February 2019, Vol.79(1), pp.5-18 [Peer Reviewed Journal]

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Statistical Tests of Conditional Independence Between Responses and/or Response Times on Test Items

Linden, Wim ; Glas, Cees

Psychometrika, 2010, Vol.75(1), pp.120-139 [Peer Reviewed Journal]

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Psychometric Properties of IRT Proficiency Estimates

Kolen, Michael J. ; Tong, Ye

Educational Measurement: Issues and Practice, September 2010, Vol.29(3), pp.8-14 [Peer Reviewed Journal]

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On the explaining‐away phenomenon in multivariate latent variable models

Rijn, Peter ; Rijmen, Frank

British Journal of Mathematical and Statistical Psychology, February 2015, Vol.68(1), pp.1-22 [Peer Reviewed Journal]

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Assessing the dimensionality of polytomous item exams

Li, Tan Habing, Brian (advisor) ; Grego, John (committee member) ; Lin, Xiaoyan (committee member) ; Van Horn, M. (committee member) 2011

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