Classic and Contemporary
Approaches to Test Theory

Psychology 842
Fall
2012

Note: We're meeting in 347 Davie Hall Wednesdays from 9:30-11:50.

Brief Course Description

This course is divided into three sections, each corresponding to a major theoretical emphasis in test theory. These perspectives are: Classical test theory, generalizability theory, and item response theory. Each of these sections will be dealt with in turn, and discussion will focus on both their theoretical contributions to the field, as well as their implementation. The seminar requirements are a class presentation, a final paper, and active participation in the course.

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This portion of the web site contains: p842 announcements, the class list, the course syllabus and philosophy, required and optional readings, information about the special topics presentation, lectures, class exercises, computer resources and links, and contact information.

 

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