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Maykel, Cheryl; Bray, Melissa; Rogers, H. Jane – Journal of Applied School Psychology, 2018
Few youths engage in the recommended amount of physical activity (PA). Many educators have concerns about increasing PA in schools, including taking time from academics, though studies show that school-based PA can be beneficial to academics. This study extends previous research on the relationship between school-based PA and time on task (TOT) by…
Descriptors: Physical Activities, Observation, Time on Task, Grade 3
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Kearns, Devin M.; Rogers, H. Jane; Koriakin, Taylor; Al Ghanem, Reem – Scientific Studies of Reading, 2016
This study addresses whether reading involves a process termed semantic and phonological ability to adjust recoding (SPAAR). It was hypothesized that SPAAR helps readers link inaccurate pronunciations to lexical entries (e.g., "spynitch" to "spinach"). Psychometric properties of the Mispronunciation Correction Task (MCT), a…
Descriptors: Semantics, Phonology, Reading Skills, Cognitive Processes
Swaminathan, Hariharan; Horner, Robert H.; Rogers, H. Jane; Sugai, George – Society for Research on Educational Effectiveness, 2012
This study is aimed at addressing the criticisms that have been leveled at the currently available statistical procedures for analyzing single subject designs (SSD). One of the vexing problems in the analysis of SSD is in the assessment of the effect of intervention. Serial dependence notwithstanding, the linear model approach that has been…
Descriptors: Evidence, Effect Size, Research Methodology, Intervention
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Swaminathan, Hariharan; Rogers, H. Jane – Psychology in the Schools, 2007
Statistical reform in school psychology research is discussed in terms of research designs, measurement issues, statistical modeling and analysis procedures, interpretation and reporting of statistical results, and finally statistics education.
Descriptors: Social Science Research, School Psychology, Statistical Analysis, Research Design
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Mazor, Kathleen M.; Schwartz, Carolyn E.; Rogers, H. Jane – Assessment, 2004
A new measure of concerns about dying was investigated in this psychometric study. The Concerns About Dying instrument (CAD) was administered to medical students, nursing students, hospice nurses, and life sciences graduate students ( N = 207) on two occasions; on one occasion they also completed three related measures. Analyses included…
Descriptors: Psychometrics, Patients, Nursing Students, Nurses
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Mazor, Kathleen M.; Ockene, Judith K.; Rogers, H. Jane; Carlin, Michele M.; Quirk, Mark E. – Advances in Health Sciences Education, 2005
Many efforts to teach and evaluate physician-patient communication are based on two assumptions: first, that communication can be conceptualized as consisting of specific observable behaviors, and second, that physicians who exhibit certain behaviors are more effective in communicating with patients. These assumptions are usually implicit, and are…
Descriptors: Check Lists, Physicians, Physician Patient Relationship, Patients
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Hattie, John; Rogers, H. Jane – Journal of Educational Psychology, 1986
This article demonstrates that the usual first-order factor model is inappropriate for analyzing the factor structure of creativity and intelligence tests. An alternative model that allows for the estimation of unique covariance between the fluency and originality scores is proposed. (Author/JAZ)
Descriptors: Achievement Tests, Creativity Tests, Factor Analysis, Goodness of Fit
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Rogers, H. Jane; Swaminathan, Hariharan – Applied Psychological Measurement, 1993
Performance of the logistic regression (LR) procedure was compared to that of the Mantel Haenszel (MH) procedure in the detection of uniform and nonuniform differential item functioning on a simulation examining distributional properties of the LR and MH test statistics and the relative power of the two procedures. (SLD)
Descriptors: Comparative Analysis, Computer Simulation, Item Bias, Mathematical Models
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Swaminathan, Hariharan; Rogers, H. Jane – Journal of Educational Measurement, 1990
A logistic regression model for characterizing differential item functioning (DIF) between two groups is presented. A distinction is drawn between uniform and nonuniform DIF in terms of model parameters. A statistic for testing the hypotheses of no DIF is developed, and simulation studies compare it with the Mantel-Haenszel procedure. (Author/TJH)
Descriptors: Comparative Analysis, Computer Simulation, Equations (Mathematics), Estimation (Mathematics)
Hambleton, Ronald K.; Rogers, H. Jane – 1988
Issues in preparing a review form to detect item bias in tests are discussed and the first draft of an item bias review form is presented. While stereotyping is the consistent representation of a given group in a particular light, bias is the presence of some characteristic of an item that results in differential performance of two individuals of…
Descriptors: Content Analysis, Culture Fair Tests, Ethnic Stereotypes, Evaluation Methods
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Hambleton, Ronald K; Rogers, H. Jane – Evaluation and the Health Professions, 1986
Technical advances of the last 15 years in measurement theory and practice are described, notably criterion-referenced testing, item response theory, and computers and testing. Several remaining problems concerning the development and validation of credentialing examinations are also considered. (Author/LMO)
Descriptors: Certification, Computer Assisted Testing, Credentials, Criterion Referenced Tests
Rogers, H. Jane; Hambleton, Ronald K. – 1987
Though item bias statistics are widely recommended for use in test development and analysis, problems arise in their interpretation. This research evaluates logistic test models and computer simulation methods for providing a frame of reference for interpreting item bias statistics. Specifically, the intent was to produce simulated sampling…
Descriptors: Computer Simulation, Cutting Scores, Grade 9, Latent Trait Theory
Hambleton, Ronald K.; Rogers, H. Jane – 1986
This report was designed to respond to two major methodological shortcomings in the item bias literature: (1) misfitting test models; and (2) the use of significance tests. Specifically, the goals of the research were to describe a newly developed method known as the "plot method" for identifying potentially biased test items and to…
Descriptors: Criterion Referenced Tests, Culture Fair Tests, Difficulty Level, Estimation (Mathematics)
Hambleton, Ronald K.; Rogers, H. Jane – 1986
The general goal of this paper is to help researchers conduct appropriately designed goodness of fit studies for item response model applications. The specific purposes are to describe: (1) an up-to-date set of promising and useful methods for addressing a variety of goodness of fit questions; and (2) current research studies to advance this set…
Descriptors: Data Analysis, Educational Research, Factor Analysis, Goodness of Fit
Hambleton, Ronald K.; Rogers, H. Jane – 1988
The agreement between item response theory-based and Mantel Haenszel (MH) methods in identifying biased items on tests was studied. Data came from item responses of four spaced samples of 1,000 examinees each--two samples of 1,000 Anglo-American and two samples of 1,000 Native American students taking the New Mexico High School Proficiency…
Descriptors: Comparative Analysis, High School Students, High Schools, Item Analysis
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