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  1. Item Generation: Implications for a Validity Argument

    Author(s): Bejar, Isaac I.

    Publication Year: 2013

    Source: Gierl, Mark J.; Haladyna, Thomas M. (eds.) Automatic Item Generation: Theory and Practice. New York: Routledge, 2013, p40-55

  2. The Relationship Between Item Difficulty and Test Validity and Reliability

    Author(s): Myers, Charles T.

    Publication Year: 1955

    Source: ETS Research Bulletin

  3. Predictive Validity of the SAT on Two Handicapped Groups: The Deaf and the Learning Disabled

    Author(s): Jones, Douglas H. ; Ragosta, Marjorie

    Publication Year: 1982

    Source: ETS Research Report

  4. Validation of the Study of Arguments and Vocabulary Interest Test Experimental Sections of One Form of the Law School Admission Test

    Author(s): French, John Winslow, 1918-

    Publication Year: 1953

    Source: ETS Research Bulletin

  5. Use of Empirical Bayes Methods in the Study of the Validity of Academic Predictors of Graduate School Performance

    Author(s): Braun, Henry I. ; Jones, Douglas H.

    Publication Year: 1984

    Source: ETS Research Report

  6. The Once and Future Issues of Validity: Assessing the Meaning and Consequences of Measurement

    Author(s): Messick, Samuel

    Publication Year: 1988

    Source: Wainer, Howard; Braun, Henry I. (eds.) Test Validity. Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates Publishers, 1988, p33-45

  7. Testing Handicapped People - The Validity Issue

    Author(s): Willingham, Warren W.

    Publication Year: 1988

    Source: Wainer, Howard; Braun, Henry I. (eds.) Test Validity. Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates Publishers, 1988, p89-103

  8. Measuring Instructional Validity: A Report of an Instructional Validity Study for the Alabama High School Graduation Examination

    Author(s): Hardy, Roy A.

    Publication Year: 1984

    Source: Journal of Educational Measurement, v21 n3 p291-301, Fall 1984

  9. Consequences of Test Interpretation and Use: The Fusion of Validity and Values in Psychological Assessment

    Author(s): Messick, Samuel J.

    Publication Year: 1998

    Source: ETS Research Report

  10. Validity Evidence to Support the Revision of a Licensure Assessment for Middle School Mathematics Teachers: A Job-Analytic Approach

    Author(s): Swiggett, Wanda D.

    Publication Year: 2012

    Source: ETS Research Memorandum

  11. Insurance License Qualification Examinations: Content Validation and Standard Setting

    Author(s): Eignor, Daniel R. ; Seneca, Laurel

    Publication Year: 1979

    Source: ETS Center for Occupational and Professional Assessment Report

  12. Standards of Validity and the Validity of Standards in Performance Assessment

    Author(s): Messick, Samuel J.

    Publication Year: 1995

    Source: Educational Measurement: Issues and Practice, v14 n4 p5-8, Win 1995

  13. The Interplay of Evidence and Consequences in the Validation of Performance Assessments

    Author(s): Messick, Samuel J.

    Publication Year: 1992

    Source: ETS Research Report

  14. Validity of Psychological Assessment: Validation of Inferences From Persons' Responses and Performances as Scientific Inquiry Into Score Meaning

    Author(s): Messick, Samuel J.

    Publication Year: 1995

    Source: American Psychologist, v50 n9 p741-749, Sep 1995

  15. Testing to Facilitate, Not Just to Forecast Success: Implications of New Developments in Measurement and Cognitive Science for the Admissions Process

    Author(s): Messick, Samuel J.

    Publication Year: 1988

    Source: ETS Research Memorandum

  16. Validity of Test Interpretation and Use

    Author(s): Messick, Samuel

    Publication Year: 1990

    Source: ETS Research Report

  17. A Comparison of the Predictive Validity of the Current SAT and an Experimental Prototype

    Author(s): Hale, Gordon A. ; Bridgeman, Brent ; Lewis, Charles ; Pollack, Judith M. ; Wang, Ming-mei

    Publication Year: 1992

    Source: ETS Research Report

  18. The Search for Validity or the Evaluator's Nightmare

    Author(s): Sigel, Irving E.

    Publication Year: 1975

    Source: Richard A. Weinberg and Shirley G. Moore (eds.), Evaluation of educational programs for young children: The Minnesota Round Table on Early Childhood Education II. Washington, DC, 1975, p53-66

  19. Reliability and Validity of Item Option Weighting Schemes

    Author(s): Echternacht, Gary J.

    Publication Year: 1976

    Source: Educational and Psychological Measurement, v36 n2 p301-309, 1976

  20. Effects of Coaching on the Validity of the SAT: A Simulation Study

    Author(s): Baydar, Nazli

    Publication Year: 1990

    Source: ETS Research Report

  21. Validity: What Does It Mean for the TOEIC Tests?

    Author(s): Powers, Donald E.

    Publication Year: 2010

    Source: TOEIC Compendium

  22. Generalizability and Validity of a Mathematics Performance Assessment

    Author(s): Lane, Suzanne ; Liu, Mei ; Ankenmann, Robert D. ; Stone, Clement A.

    Publication Year: 1996

    Source: Journal of Educational Measurement, v33 n1 p71-92, Spr 1996

  23. Validation of a Simulation Technique

    Author(s): Frederiksen, Norman O.

    Publication Year: 1964

    Source: ETS Research Memorandum

  24. New Perspectives on the Validity of the GRE General Test for Predicting Graduate School Grades

    Author(s): Klieger, David M. ; Cline, Frederick ; Holtzman, Steven ; Minsky, Jennifer ; Lorenz, Florian

    Publication Year: 2014

    Source: ETS Research Report

  25. Validating TOEIC Bridge Scores Against Teacher and Student Ratings: A Small-Scale Study

    Author(s): Powers, Donald E. ; Simpson, Annabelle G.

    Publication Year: 2008

    Source: ETS Research Memorandum

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