Model Presentations

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Presentation

Paper Title Authors Journal Year Topic Areasort descending
Combining scaling and classification: A model for scaling ability and diagnosing misconceptions with nominal response item types Bradshaw, L., & Templin, J. Paper presented at the annual International Meeting of the Psychometric Society in Athens, GA. 2010 DCMs
Using Q*Power to refine diagnostic assessment designs. Madison, M., & Bradshaw, L., & Hollingsworth, W. Paper presented at the annual American Educational Research Association conference in Chicago, IL. 2015 DCMs
Applying cognitive diagnosis models to measure middle grades teachers’ multiplicative reasoning. Izsák, A., Lobato, J., Druken, B., Orrill, C., Jacobson, E., & Bradshaw, L. Paper presented at the annual International Meeting of the Psychometric Society in Athens, GA. 2010 DCMs
Performance of relative fit indices: A comparison across model types. *Sen, S., & Bradshaw, L. Paper presented at the annual National Council on Measurement in Education conference in Chicago, IL. 2015 DCMs
Analyses of items with multiple choices Nixon, C., Acar, S., Bradshaw, L., Bramlett, A., Chen, Y., Jimenez, A., Lee, S., Raczynski, K., Sen, S., & Kim, S.-H. Paper presented at the annual International Meeting of the Psychometric Society in Athens, GA. 2010 DCMs
Investigating proportional relationships from two perspectives Izsák, A., Beckmann, S., & Bradshaw, L. Poster presented at the University of Georgia College of Education Faculty and Graduate Student Research Conference in Athens, GA. 2015 DCMs
Accuracy of multidimensional item response model parameters estimated under small sample sizes In A. Izsák (Chair), Using cognit Bradshaw, L., & Cohen, A. Symposium conducted at the annual American Educational Research Association conference in Denver, CO. 2010 DCMs
Predicting reading success using a multilevel model Lindstrom, J. & Bradshaw, L. Poster presented at the University of Georgia College of Education Faculty and Graduate Student Research Conference in Athens, GA. 2015 DCMs
An examination of linguistic modifications on a large scale test Bradshaw, L., Lin, J., Young, M., & Lee, K. Paper presented at the annual American Educational Research Association conference in Denver, CO. 2010 DCMs
Developing Diagnostic Formative Assessments in Graduate Statistics Courses. Madison, M., & Bradshaw, L. Poster presented at the University of Georgia College of Education Faculty and Graduate Student Research Conference in Athens, GA. 2015 DCMs
Identifying attributes and developing items to assess middle grades teachers’ multiplicative reasoning. In A. Izsák (Chair), Usi Izsák, A., Lobato, J., Orrill, C., Jacobson, E., & Bradshaw, L. Symposium conducted at the annual American Educational Research Association conference in Denver, CO. 2010 DCMs
Item level specifications in a general diagnostic classification model framework. Bao, Y., & Bradshaw, L. (February, 2015). Poster presented at the University of Georgia College of Education Faculty and Graduate Student Research Conference in Athens, GA. 2015 DCMs
A multilevel growth modeling approach to examining the spread of bacteria. Bradshaw, L., & Wang, A. Poster presented at the University of Georgia College of Education Graduate Student Research Conference in Athens, GA. 2010 DCMs
The little model that couldn’t: How the DINA model misclassifies students and hides important effects. Bradshaw, L., & Templin, J. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Northeastern Educational Research Association in Trumbull, CT. 2014 DCMs
Translating research into practice. Samuelsen, K., Bradshaw, L., Bramlett, A., & Jiminez, A. Paper presented at the Eastern Educational Research Association conference in Savannah, GA. 2010 DCMs

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