JSM 2011 Online Program

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Activity Details

8 * ! Sun, 7/31/2011, 2:00 PM - 3:50 PM CC-D231/232
Consulting with Clients About Measure and Scale Development: Challenges and New Developments — Invited Papers
Section on Statistical Consulting
Organizer(s): Bin Huang, Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center
Chair(s): Justine Shults, University of Pennsylvania
2:05 PM Doing More with Less: Improving Scale Performance Using Classical and Modern Theory Techniques Richard F. Ittenbach, Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center
2:25 PM A Nonlinear Mixed-Model Approach to Item Response Theory Models — Ling Sam He, Multivariate Software, Inc. ; Peter M. Bentler, University of California at Los Angeles ; Eric J. C. Wu, Multivariate Software, Inc. ; Patrick Mair, Vienna University of Economics & Business Administration
2:45 PM Bayesian Joint Modeling of IRT and Mediation Pathways — Lili Ding, Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center ; Bin Huang, Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center
3:05 PM Developing More Precise and Meaningfully Discriminative Measures of Health-Related Quality of Life: A Case for Computer-Adaptive Testing Laura Lee Johnson, NCCAM
3:25 PM Discussant: Wei-Ting Hwang, University of Pennsylvania
3:45 PM Floor Discussion

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