Current Index to Statistics
Journal of Educational and Behavioral Statistics
Nonparametric bounds on the causal effect of university studies on job opportunities using principal stratification
Using the kernel method of test equating for estimating the standard errors of population invariance measures
Bias mechanisms in intention-to-treat analysis with data subject to treatment noncompliance and missing outcomes
New results on the linear equating methods for the non-equivalent-groups design
von Davier, Alina A.
When can subscores have value?
Haberman, Shelby J.
A new test of linear hypotheses in OLS regression under heteroscedasticity of unknown form
Hayes, Andrew F.
Identification of causal parameters in randomized studies with mediating variables
Sobel, Michael E.
Standard error estimation of 3PL IRT true score equating with an MCMC method
Schulz, E. Matthew
Matching with multiple control groups with adjustment for group differences
Stuart, Elizabeth A.
Rubin, Donald B.
Delineating the average rate of change in longitudinal models
Maxwell, Scott E.
Causal inference for time-varying instructional treatments
Raudenbush, Stephen W.
A Bayesian method for studying DIF: A cautionary tale filled with surprises and delights
Bradlow, Eric T.
Muller, Eric S.
A mixed effects randomized item response model
Powerful and cost-efficient designs for longitudinal intervention studies with two treatment groups
An additional measure of overall effect size for logistic regression models
On using stochastic curtailment to shorten the SPRT in sequential mastery testing
Extended generalized linear latent and mixed model
Curry, Susan J.
The general linear model as structural equation modeling
Graham, James M.
Using response times for item selection in adaptive testing
van der Linden, Wim J.
Combining heterogeneous correlation matrices: Simulation analysis of fixed-effects methods
Hafdahl, Adam R.
Statistical power for random assignment evaluations of education programs
Schochet, Peter Z.
The D-optimality item selection criterion in the early stage of CAT: A study with the Graded Response Model
Passos, Valeria Lima
Berger, Martijn P. F.
Tan, Frans E. S.