Volume 58.
(as bibtex)
40 references.
Articles

101114. Analysis of asymmetry by a slidevector
Zielman, Berrie,
Heiser, Willem J.

115118. An alternating least squares method for the weighted approximation of a symmetric matrix
Berge, Jos M. F. ten,
Kiers, Henk A. L.

119138. An approximation for the bias function of the maximum likelihood estimate of a latent variable for the general case where the item responses are discrete
Samejima, Fumiko

139141. Some relationships between the information function of IRT and the signal/noise ratio and reliability coefficient of classical test theory
Nicewander, W. Alan

143143. PCgroup: A classification analysis program

159194. A modelbased standardization approach that separates true bias/DIF from group ability differences and detects test bias/DTF as well as item bias/DIF
Shealy, Robin,
Stout, William

195209. The bias function of the maximum likelihood estimate of ability for the dichotomous response level
Samejima, Fumiko

211232. A simple GaussNewton procedure for covariance structure analysis with highlevel computer languages
Cudeck, Robert,
Klebe, Kelli J.,
Henly, Susan J.

233256. A Thurstonian pairwise choice model with univariate and multivariate spline transformations
De Soete, Geert,
Winsberg, Suzanne

257279. The relative sensitivities of samedifferent and identification judgment models to perceptual dependence
Ennis, Daniel M.,
Ashby, F. Gregory

281314. Gricerepresentability of response time distribution families
Dzhafarov, Ehtibar N.

315330. A latent class approach to fitting the weighted Euclidean model, CLASCAL
Winsberg, Suzanne,
De Soete, Geert

331338. Constructing measures with maximum reliability
Knott, M.,
Bartholomew, D. J.

339355. Constrained DEDICOM
Kiers, Henk A. L.,
Takane, Yoshio

357370. A generalized family of coefficients of relational agreement for numerical scales
Fagot, Robert F.

3752. The asymptotic posterior normality of the latent trait in an IRT model
Chang, HuaHua,
Stout, William

375394. A maximum likelihood method for latent class regression involving a censored dependent variable
Jedidi, Kamel,
Ramaswamy, Venkatram,
Bo, Wan

395415. A dynamic generalization of the Rasch model
Verhelst, N. D.,
Glas, C. A. W.

417429. Local homogeneity in latent trait models. A characterization of the homogeneous monotone IRT model
Ellis, Jules L.,
van den Wollenberg, Arnold L.

431443. A scaleinvariant treatment for recursive path models
McDonald, Roderick P.,
Parker, Prudence M.,
Ishizuka, Tomoichi

445469. Additive and multiplicative models for gamma distributed random variables, and their application as psychometric models for response times
Maris, Eric

471488. The nontruncated marginal of a truncated bivariate normal distribution
Arnold, Barry C.,
Beaver, Robert J.,
Groeneveld, Richard A.,
Meeker, William Q.

489509. Estimating latent distributions in recurrent choice data
Boeckenholt, Ulf,
Bockenholt, Ulf,
Böckenholt, Ulf

511512. A SAS macro for calculating the lineof sight measure of interobject dissimilarity
Jacoby, William G.

525543. Measurement invariance, factor analysis and factorial invariance
Meredith, William

5369. The rowwise correlation between two proximity matrices and the partial rowwise correlation
de Vries, Han

545565. A latent class unfolding model for analyzing single stimulus preference ratings
De Soete, Geert,
Heiser, Willem J.

567574. A monotonically convergent algorithm for factals
Kiers, Henk A. L.,
Takane, Yoshio,
Mooijaart, Ab

575585. A general model for twolevel data with responses missing at random
McDonald, Roderick P.

587599. Ability estimation for conventional tests
Kim, Jwa K.,
Nicewander, W. Alan

601615. Fisher transformations for correlations corrected for selection and missing data
Mendoza, Jorge L.

617629. On quantifying different types of categorical data
Nishisato, Shizuhiko

631633. Program of the 58th Annual Meeting of the Psychometric Society

635637. Minutes of the Psychometric Society Business Meeting July 18, 1993

735. Points of view analysis revisited: Fitting multidimensional structures to optimal distance components with cluster restrictions on the variables
Meulman, Jacqueline J.,
Verboon, Peter

7178. Comparing onestep $M$estimators of location when there are more than two groups
Wilcox, Rand R.

7178. Comparing onestep Mestimators of location when there are more than two groups

7985. Should ``multiple imputations'' be treated as ``multiple indicators''?
Mislevy, Robert J.

7985. Should “multiple imputations” be treated as “multiple indicators”?

8799. The partial credit model and null categories
Wilson, Mark,
Masters, Geofferey N.