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Invariant measurement with raters and rating scales : Rasch models for rater-mediated assessments / First edition

Invariant measurement with raters and rating scales : Rasch models for rater-mediated assessments / First edition

Material type
단행본
Personal Author
Engelhard, George, 1953-. Wind, Stefanie A. (Anne).
Title Statement
Invariant measurement with raters and rating scales : Rasch models for rater-mediated assessments / George Engelhard, Jr., Stefanie A. Wind.
판사항
First edition.
Publication, Distribution, etc
New York, NY :   Routledge,   2018.  
Physical Medium
xv, 351 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.
ISBN
9781848725492 (hbk : alk. paper) 9781848725508 (pbk : alk. paper) 9781315766829 (ebk)
요약
"The purpose of this book is to present methods for developing, evaluating and maintaining rater-mediated assessment systems. Rater-mediated assessments involve ratings that are assigned by raters to persons responding to constructed-response items (e.g., written essays and teacher portfolios) and other types of performance assessments. This book addresses the following topics: (1) introduction to the principles of invariant measurement, (2) application of the principles of invariant measurement to rater-mediated assessments, (3) description of the lens model for rater judgments, (4) integration of principles of invariant measurement with the lens model of cognitive processes of raters, (5) illustration of substantive and psychometric issues related to rater-mediated assessments in terms of validity, reliability, and fairness, and (6) discussion of theoretical and practical issues related to rater-mediated assessment systems. Invariant measurement is fast becoming the dominant paradigm for assessment systems around the world, and this book provides an invaluable resource for graduate students, measurement practitioners, substantive theorists in the human sciences, and other individuals interested in invariant measurement when judgments are obtained with rating scales"--
Content Notes
Progress in the social sciences: an historical and philosophical perspective -- Measurement models for rater-mediated assessments: a tale of two research traditions -- Lens models of human judgment for rater-mediated assessments -- Validity, invariant measurement, and rater-mediated assessments -- Reliability, precision, and errors of measurement for ratings -- Fairness in rater-mediated assessment: appropriate interpretation and use of ratings -- Case study: evidence for the validity, reliability, and fairness of ratings on a middle grades writing assessment -- Models for ratings based on item response theory -- Parameter estimation for the polytomous rasch model -- Model-data fit for polytomous rating-scale models -- Designing rater-mediated assessment systems -- Examining rating scale functioning -- Invariant measurement with raters and rating scales: summary and discussion.
Bibliography, Etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Subject Added Entry-Topical Term
Psychometrics. Invariant measures. Rasch models. Psychology --Statistical methods. Social sciences --Statistical methods.
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260 ▼a New York, NY : ▼b Routledge, ▼c 2018.
300 ▼a xv, 351 p. : ▼b ill. ; ▼c 23 cm.
504 ▼a Includes bibliographical references and index.
505 0 ▼a Progress in the social sciences: an historical and philosophical perspective -- Measurement models for rater-mediated assessments: a tale of two research traditions -- Lens models of human judgment for rater-mediated assessments -- Validity, invariant measurement, and rater-mediated assessments -- Reliability, precision, and errors of measurement for ratings -- Fairness in rater-mediated assessment: appropriate interpretation and use of ratings -- Case study: evidence for the validity, reliability, and fairness of ratings on a middle grades writing assessment -- Models for ratings based on item response theory -- Parameter estimation for the polytomous rasch model -- Model-data fit for polytomous rating-scale models -- Designing rater-mediated assessment systems -- Examining rating scale functioning -- Invariant measurement with raters and rating scales: summary and discussion.
520 ▼a "The purpose of this book is to present methods for developing, evaluating and maintaining rater-mediated assessment systems. Rater-mediated assessments involve ratings that are assigned by raters to persons responding to constructed-response items (e.g., written essays and teacher portfolios) and other types of performance assessments. This book addresses the following topics: (1) introduction to the principles of invariant measurement, (2) application of the principles of invariant measurement to rater-mediated assessments, (3) description of the lens model for rater judgments, (4) integration of principles of invariant measurement with the lens model of cognitive processes of raters, (5) illustration of substantive and psychometric issues related to rater-mediated assessments in terms of validity, reliability, and fairness, and (6) discussion of theoretical and practical issues related to rater-mediated assessment systems. Invariant measurement is fast becoming the dominant paradigm for assessment systems around the world, and this book provides an invaluable resource for graduate students, measurement practitioners, substantive theorists in the human sciences, and other individuals interested in invariant measurement when judgments are obtained with rating scales"-- ▼c Provided by publisher.
650 0 ▼a Psychometrics.
650 0 ▼a Invariant measures.
650 0 ▼a Rasch models.
650 0 ▼a Psychology ▼x Statistical methods.
650 0 ▼a Social sciences ▼x Statistical methods.
700 1 ▼a Wind, Stefanie A. ▼q (Anne).
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Table of Contents

Cover -- Title -- Copyright -- Dedication -- CONTENTS -- Acknowledgments -- Preface -- PART I Introduction -- 1 Introduction and Overview -- What Is Invariance? -- What Is Measurement? -- What Is Invariant Measurement? -- What Is Invariant Measurement with Raters? -- What Are Rating Scales? -- What Are Rater-Mediated Wright Maps? -- Case Study: Middle School Writing Assessment -- Summary and Discussion -- 2 Progress in the Social Sciences: An Historical and Philosophical Perspective -- History and Philosophy of Science -- Measurement Problems in the Social Sciences -- Summary and Discussion -- PART II Theories of Measurement and Judgment for Rating Scales -- 3 Measurement Models for Rater-Mediated Assessments: A Tale of Two Research Traditions -- Research Traditions in Measurement for Rater-Mediated Assessments -- Comparative Perspective on the Two Traditions for Rater-Mediated Assessments -- Summary and Discussion -- 4 Lens Models of Human Judgment for Rater-Mediated Assessments -- What Is Human Judgment? -- What Are Lens Models for Human Judgment? -- How Have Lens Models Been Used for Rater-Mediated Assessments of Student Performance? -- Summary and Discussion -- PART III Foundational Areas for Rating Scales -- 5 Validity, Invariant Measurement, and Rater-Mediated Assessments -- What Is Validity? -- What Is the Current Consensus Definition of Validity? -- How Is Validity Defined for Rater-Mediated Assessments? -- What Constitutes Validity Evidence to Support the Interpretation and Use of Rater-Mediated Assessments? -- Summary and Discussion -- 6 Reliability, Precision, and Errors of Measurement for Ratings -- What Is Reliability? -- What Is the Current Consensus Definition of Reliability? -- How Is Reliability Defined for Rater-Mediated Assessments? -- What Constitutes Reliability Evidence to Support the Interpretation and Use of Rater-Mediated Assessments? -- Summary and Discussion -- 7 Fairness in Rater-Mediated Assessment: Appropriate Interpretation and Use of Ratings -- What Is Fairness? -- What Is the Current Consensus Definition of Fairness? -- How Is Fairness Defined for Rater-Mediated Assessments? -- What Constitutes Fairness Evidence to Support the Interpretation and Use of Rater-Mediated Assessments? -- Summary and Discussion -- 8 Case Study: Evidence for the Validity, Reliability, and Fairness of Ratings on a Middle Grades Writing Assessment -- Methodology of Case Study -- Results -- Summary and Discussion -- PART IV Technical Issues and IRT Models for Ratings -- 9 Models for Ratings Based on Item Response Theory -- Historical Perspectives on Polytomous Data -- Two Item Response Theory Models for Ratings: Partial Credit and Graded Response Models -- Empirical Analyses of Two Item Response Theory Models for Ratings -- Issues in Modeling Ordered Categories within Rasch Measurement Theory -- Summary and Discussion -- 10 Parameter Estimation for the Polytomous Rasch Model -- What Is Parameter Estimation? -- Illustration of a Pairwise Algorithm for Rating Scales -- Estimation of Person Locations -- Summary and Discussion -- PART V Practical Issues -- 11 Model-Data Fit for Polytomous Rating Scale Models -- What Is Model-Data Fit? -- Model-Data Fit for Rater-Mediated Assessments -- Data Analyses -- Summary and Discussion -- 12 Designing Rater-Mediated Assessment Systems -- Building Blocks for Rater-Mediated Assessments -- Rasch Models as Equating Models for Rater-Mediated Assessments -- Theoretical Illustration -- Empirical Illustration -- Summary and Discussion -- 13 Examining Rating Scale Functioning -- How Can Polytomous Rasch Models Be Used to Examine Rating Scale Functioning? -- Empirical Illustration -- Evidence of Rating Scale Functioning -- Summary and Discussion -- PART VI Final Word -- 14 Invariant Measurement with Raters and Rating Scales: Summary and Discussion -- Theories of Measurement and Judgment for Rating Scales -- Foundational Areas for Rating Scales -- Technical Issues and IRT Models for Ratings -- Practical Issues -- Future Trends and Promising Areas for New Developments -- Final Word -- Glossary -- Index -- .

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