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Dr. Brooks Applegate
Educational Leadership, Research and Technology
This dissertation study contributes to the field of measurement. It introduces a method to determine keys for a kind of test items that
- Depict a specific situational context and provide a set of multidimensional alternative reactions to that situation for the subjects to rank according to their best judgment (SRT).
- An examinee’s response to an item is a multidimensional ranking of the alternative options.
- One administration of the SRT yields measures of multiple traits, so that there is no need to administer multiple criterion instruments.
WMU ScholarWorks Citation
Cui, Hongyan; Applegate, Brooks; Lacefield, Warren; and Hartmann, David, "A Monte Carlo Study of the Optimal Rank Order Relationships with Criterion Scores (ORORCS)" (2014). Research and Creative Activities Poster Day. 91.
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