Since the development of the first intelligence test in the early 20th century, educational and psychological tests have become important measurement techniques to quantify human behavior. Focusing on this ubiquitous yet fruitful area of research, Statistical Test Theory for the Behavioral Sciences provides both a broad overview and a

chapter 1|8 pages

Measurement and Scaling

chapter 2|6 pages

Classical Test Theory

chapter 3|10 pages

Classical Test Theory and Reliability

chapter 4|22 pages

Estimating Reliability

chapter 5|32 pages

Generalizability Theory

chapter 6|22 pages

Models for Dichotomous Items

chapter 7|24 pages

Validity and Validation of Tests

chapter 9|44 pages

Item Response Models

chapter 10|22 pages

Applications of Item Response Theory

chapter 11|22 pages

Test Equating