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  1. Stumping E-Rater: Challenging the Validity of Automated Essay Scoring

    Author(s): Powers, Donald E. ; Burstein, Jill ; Chodorow, Martin ; Fowles, Mary E. ; Kukich, Karen

    Publication Year: 2001

    Source: ETS Research Report

  2. Why Sum Scores May Not Tell Us All About Test Takers

    Author(s): von Davier, Matthias

    Publication Year: 2010

    Source: Newborn & Infant Nursing Reviews, v10 n1 p27-36, Mar 2010

  3. Linking Scores Via Concordance: Introduction to the Special Issue

    Author(s): Pommerich, Mary ; Dorans, Neil J.

    Publication Year: 2004

    Source: Applied Psychological Measurement, v28 n4 p216-218, Jul 2004

  4. The Utilization of Unreliable Difference Scores

    Author(s): Lord, Frederic M.

    Publication Year: 1958

    Source: Journal of Educational Psychology, v49 n3 p150-152, 1958

  5. Test and Score Data Summary for TOEFL Computer-Based and Paper-Based Tests July 2005-June 2006

    Author(s): ETS

    Publication Year: 2007

    Source: ETS TOEFL Data Summary Report

  6. Agreement Between Expert System and Human Ratings of Constructed-Responses to Computer Science Problems

    Author(s): Bennett, Randy Elliot ; Gong, Brian ; Kershaw, Roger C. ; Rock, Donald A. ; Soloway, Elliot ; Macalalad, Alex

    Publication Year: 1988

    Source: ETS Research Report

  7. The Equivalence of Scores from Automated and Conventional Educational and Psychological Tests. A Review of the Literature

    Author(s): Mazzeo, John ; Harvey, Anne L.

    Publication Year: 1988

    Source: ETS Research Report

  8. A New Look at Formulating Hypotheses Items

    Author(s): Carlson, Sybil B. ; Ward, William C.

    Publication Year: 1988

    Source: ETS Research Report

  9. A Comparison of Observed Score and True Score Equating Methods for Representative Samples and Samples Matched on an Anchor Test

    Author(s): Lawrence, Ida M. ; Dorans, Neil J.

    Publication Year: 1988

    Source: ETS Research Report

  10. Using and Interpreting 'College Board Scores'

    Author(s): Allison, Roger B. ; Helmstadter, Gerald C

    Publication Year: 1955

    Source: ETS Research Bulletin

  11. Some Paths Toward Making PRAXIS Scores More Useful

    Author(s): Wainer, Howard ; Sheehan, Kathleen M. ; Wang, Xiaohui

    Publication Year: 1998

    Source: ETS Research Report

  12. Univariate and Bivariate Loglinear Models for Discrete Test Score Distributions

    Author(s): Holland, Paul W. ; Thayer, Dorothy T.

    Publication Year: 1998

    Source: ETS Research Report

  13. Relational Databases in Assessment: An Application to Online Scoring

    Author(s): Whalen, Sean J. ; Bejar, Isaac I.

    Publication Year: 1998

    Source: ETS Research Report

  14. Setting Standards on the TOEIC Writing and Speaking Assessments for Internationally Trained Nurses

    Author(s): Tannenbaum, Richard J.

    Publication Year: 2010

    Source: ETS Research Memorandum

  15. A Congeneric Model for Platonic True Scores

    Author(s): Joreskog, Karl G. ; Linn, Robert L. ; Werts, Charles E.

    Publication Year: 1971

    Source: ETS Research Bulletin

  16. Poststratification Equating Based on True Anchor Scores and Its Relationship to Levine Observed Score Equating

    Author(s): Chen, Haiwen (Henry) ; Livingston, Samuel A.

    Publication Year: 2013

    Source: ETS Research Report

  17. Score Linking Issues Related to Test Content Changes

    Author(s): Liu, Jinghua ; Walker, Michael E.

    Publication Year: 2007

    Source: Dorans, Neil J.; Pommerich, Mary; Holland, Paul W. (eds.) Linking and Aligning Scores and Scales. New York, NY: Springer Science & Business Media, LLC, 2007, p109-134

  18. Practical Problems in Equating Test Scores: A Practitioner's Perspective

    Author(s): Cook, Linda L.

    Publication Year: 2007

    Source: Dorans, Neil J.; Pommerich, Mary; Holland, Paul W. (eds.) Linking and Aligning Scores and Scales. New York, NY: Springer Science & Business Media, LLC, 2007, p.73-88

  19. Sizing Up Linkages

    Author(s): Dorans, Neil J. ; Walker, Michael E.

    Publication Year: 2007

    Source: Dorans, Neil J.; Pommerich, Mary; Holland, Paul W. (eds.) Linking and Aligning Scores and Scales. New York, NY: Springer Science & Business Media, LLC, 2007, p.179-198

  20. Linking Scores Derived Under Difference Modes of Test Administration

    Author(s): Eignor, Daniel R.

    Publication Year: 2007

    Source: Dorans, Neil J.; Pommerich, Mary; Holland, Paul W. (eds.) Linking and Aligning Scores and Scales. New York, NY: Springer Science & Business Media, LLC, 2007, p135-159

  21. A Framework and History for Score Linking

    Author(s): Holland, Paul W.

    Publication Year: 2007

    Source: Dorans, Neil J.; Pommerich, Mary; Holland, Paul W. (eds.) Linking and Aligning Scores and Scales. New York, NY: Springer Science & Business Media, LLC, 2007, p.5-30

  22. Using Judgmental Estimates of Item Difficulty to Assemble Test Forms With Equivalent Cut Scores

    Author(s): Carlson, Alfred B. ; Smith, Robert L.

    Publication Year: 1995

    Source: ETS Research Memorandum

  23. An Empirical Examination of the IRT Information in Polytomously Scored Reading Items

    Author(s): Donoghue, John R.

    Publication Year: 1993

    Source: ETS Research Report

  24. A Review of Automatically Scorable Constructed-Response Item Types for Large-Scale Assessment

    Author(s): Bennett, Randy Elliot ; Martinez, Michael E.

    Publication Year: 1992

    Source: ETS Research Report

  25. Automating Model Building in c-rater

    Author(s): Sukkarieh, Jana Z. ; Stoyanchev, Svetlana

    Publication Year: 2009

    Source: Proceedings of TextInfer: The ACL/IJCNLP 2009 Workshop on Applied Textual Inference, p61–69

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