• Publications
  • Influence
Modeling effects of differential item functioning in polytomous items.
  • W. Wang
  • Mathematics, Medicine
  • Journal of applied measurement
  • 2000
Conventional two-group DIF analysis for dichotomous items is extended to factorial DIF analysis for polytomous items where multiple grouping factors with multiple groups in each are jointly analyzed.Expand
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Measuring individual differences in change with multidimensional Rasch models.
Item response models have been developed to explore change measurement, including those proposed by Fischer and his colleagues (e.g., Fischer & Pazer, 1991; Fischer & Ponocny, 1994), Andersen (1985)Expand
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Rasch analysis of distractors in multiple-choice items.
  • W. Wang
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Journal of outcome measurement
  • 1998
In order to apply the Rasch model to multiple-choice items, incorrect responses to distractors are usually aggregated to a single category. In doing so, information of individual distractorsExpand
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Measurement issues in screening outstanding teachers.
Measurement issues that arise in a two-stage teacher evaluation for an outstanding faculty award are addressed. A teacher evaluation inventory with ten Likert-type items was developed. Thirty collegeExpand
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Human–Computer Interface in Marketing
Human–computer interaction (HCI) is a study of interaction between people (users) and computers. Expand
4.4: Invited Paper: Low Cost Dual‐Select‐Diode AMLCD Technology
An alternative Active Matrix backplane technology for LCDs has been developed with performance comparable to TFT LCDs and compatible with TN, MVA and IPS modes. The Dual Select Diode AMLCD requiresExpand
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Global affective computing research in the period 1997-2017: a bibliometric analysis
Notable fallouts in marketing and financial market prediction have raised the interest by the scientific community and the business world in affective computing (AfC). Automatically recognising andExpand
Protophone codings for early speech development of infants with high risk of cerebral palsy in the first year of life
Protophones (Oller, 2000) are regarded as precursors of the human speech. Deviation in the onset of the protophone patterns is associated with a variety of developmental disorders. This studyExpand