[IPAC-List] Sensitivity Reviews
Blair, Michael D[EQ]
Michael.D.Blair at Embarq.com
Wed May 6 17:36:59 EDT 2009
No resources to share that haven't already been mentioned. In terms of practice, my preferred method is to include the sensitivity review as part of the overall item review and content validity process. Streamlines things and seems to work well.
Michael D. Blair
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From: ipac-list-bounces at ipacweb.org [mailto:ipac-list-bounces at ipacweb.org] On Behalf Of Dennis Doverspike
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Subject: [IPAC-List] Sensitivity Reviews
I am giving a talk next week at MAPAC and part of my talk (as usual I am probably going to be trying to cram a 4 hour talk into 1.5 hours, deals with sensitivity reviews of tests.
Other than the work of Anne Marie Ryan and colleagues at Michigan State and a few book chapters or ETS documents, there does not seem to be anything out there on sensitivity reviews.
Anything anyone want to share in terms of:
Your own guidelines or procedures?
Dennis Doverspike, Ph.D., ABPP
Professor of Psychology
Director, Center for Organizational Research
Senior Fellow of the Institute for Life-Span Development and Gerontology
University of Akron
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