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Two samples of older respondents (N = 1,153 and N = 420) were used in the refinement of the Iowa Self-Assessment Inventory (ISAI). Factor analyses based on data obtained from these samples resulted… Continue Reading
This paper reports on a study which examined psychometric properties of the Iowa Self-Assessment Inventory (ISAI), an instrument designed to assess functional characteristics of the elderly across… Continue Reading
OBJECTIVE To compare the instructional effectiveness and efficiency of a pediatric multimedia textbook (MMTB) with that of a standard lecture and of a printed textbook in a prospective,… Continue Reading
The separate questions on an essay test or the individual judges on a rater panel may constitute congeneric parts rather than tau-equivalent parts. Also, it may be necessary to infer the lengths of… Continue Reading
This paper examines the effects of test item disclo sure on resulting examinee equated scores and popula tion passing rates. The equating model studied was the common-item nonequivalent-populations… Continue Reading
This paper presents results of analyses related to the factor structure of the Iowa Self-Assessment Inventory (ISAI), an instrument measuring the following seven functional characteristics of the… Continue Reading