Using Computerized Adaptive Testing to Reduce the Burden of Mental Health Assessment

@inproceedings{Gibbons2008UsingCA,
  title={Using Computerized Adaptive Testing to Reduce the Burden of Mental Health Assessment},
  author={Robert D. Gibbons and David J. Weiss and David J. Kupfer and Ernaest Frank and Andrea Fagiolini and Victoria J. Grochocinski and Dulal K. Bhaumik and Angela M. Stover and Robert Davis Bock and Jason C. Immekus},
  year={2008}
}
Objective: This study investigated the combination of item response theory and computerized adaptive testing (CAT) for psychiatric measurement as a means of reducing the burden of research and clinical assessments. Methods: Data were from 800 participants in outpatient treatment for a mood or anxiety disorder; they completed 616 items of the 626-item Mood and Anxiety Spectrum Scales (MASS) at two times. The first administration was used to design and evaluate a CAT version of the MASS by using… CONTINUE READING

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