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Using response times to detect aberrant responses in computerized adaptive testing

Wim J. van der Linden

Using response times to detect aberrant responses in computerized adaptive testing

by Wim J. van der Linden

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Published by Law School Admission Council in Newtown, PA .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Computer adaptive testing

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    Other titlesUsing response times to detect aberrant responses in computerized adaptive testing (Online)
    StatementWim J. van der Linden, Edith M.L.A. van Krimpen-Stoop.
    SeriesLSAC research report series, Law School Admission Council computerized testing report -- 01-02., Computerized testing report (Law School Admission Council) -- 01-02.
    ContributionsKrimpen-Stoop, Edith M. L. A. van., Law School Admission Council.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsLB3060.32.C65 L562 2005
    The Physical Object
    Paginationi, 12 p. :
    Number of Pages12
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16356062M
    OCLC/WorldCa63668015

      Jiao, H., Liao*, M., & Wang*, W. (, July). Joint modeling of responses and response time for cognitive diagnosis at the subdomain level. Paper presented at the International Meeting of the Psychometric Society. , H., & Qiao*, X. (, July). Understanding problem-solving strategies by analyzing log files from multiple items using data mining ://   Using Response Times to Detect Aberrant Responses in Computerized Adaptive Testing (CT ) by Wim J. van der Linden and Edith M. L. A. van Krimpen-Stoop, University of Twente, Enschede, The Netherlands. The Validity of Law School Admission Test

      Computerized Adaptive Testing. is CAT? Adaptive testing means that the sequence of test questions presented to each student and the questions themselves will vary because they are based on responses to prior test questions. The same examinee taking the same test twice in succession will almost always receive different :// / Item leakage has been a serious issue in continuous, computer-based testing, especially computerized adaptive testing (CAT), as compromised items jeopardize the fairness and validity of the test. Strategies to detect and address the problem of compromised items have been proposed and investigated, but many solutions are computationally intensive and thus difficult to apply in real-time ://

    Recentt developments in computerized assessment and testing in psychologyy measurement offer the possibility of recording item response timee accurately. In the context of ability measurement, item response times andd aberrant response behavior have been studied in a simulation study (vann der Linden & van Krimpen Stoop, )   ), to detect collusion between test takers (Van der Linden, ), to detect aberrant response time patterns (Van der Linden & Guo, ), to enable multivariate structural modelling of the ability and speed parameters (Klein Entink, Fox et al., ), to improve item selection in computerized adaptive testing (Van der Linden,, Tuerlinckx, & Van der Maas


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A lognormal model for response times is used to check response times for aberrances in examinee behavior on computerized adaptive tests. Both classical procedures and Bayesian posterior predictive checks are presented. For a fixed examinee, responses and response times are independent; checks based on response times offer thus information independent of the results of checks on response Download Citation | Using response times to detect aberrant responses in computerized adaptive testing | A lognormal model for response times is used to check response times for aberrances in Using response times to detect aberrant responses in computerized adaptive testing Article in Psychometrika 68(2) February with 14 Reads How we measure 'reads' Using response times to detect aberrant responses in computerized adaptive testing: Published in: Psychometrika, 68(2), - Springer.

ISSN Author: van der Linden, Willem J., van Krimpen-Stoop, Edith: Publisher: Faculty of Behavioural, Management and Social Sciences:::publications/fcb. Using response times to detect aberrant responses in computerized adaptive testing.

Newtown, PA: Law School Admission Council, © (OCoLC) Material Type: Internet resource: Document Type: Book, Internet Resource: All Authors / Contributors: Wim J van der Linden; Edith M L A van Krimpen-Stoop; Law School Admission :// Using response times to detect aberrant responses in computerized adaptive testing () Pagina-navigatie: Main; Save publication.

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By Wim J. van der Linden and Edith M.L.A. van Krimpen-Stoop. Abstract. A lognormal model for response times is used to check response times for aberrances in examinee behavior on computerized adaptive tests.

Both classical procedures and Bayesian posterior Using response times to detect aberrant responses in computerized adaptive testing. Psychometrika, 68, – Article; Google Scholar; van Krimpen-Stoop, E., & Meijer, R.

CUSUM-based person-fit statistics for adaptive testing. Journal of Educational and Behavioral Statistics, 26, –   Using Response Time to Detect Item Preknowledge licensure examination that featured computerized adaptive testing, there was no indication of item () for modeling response times.

For more detailed information, please refer to van der Linden ()   Using response times to detect aberrant responses in computerized adaptive metrika,68(2), van der Linden, W. A lognormal model for response times on test items.

Journal of Educational and Behavioral Statistics,31(2), van der Linden, W. A hierarchical framework for modeling speed and accuracy Aberrant Behavior in Computerized Adaptive. Using response times to detect aberrant responses in computerized adaptive testing.

Psychometrika, 68, Using response times to detect aberrant responses in computerized adaptive testing. By Wim Linden and Edith Krimpen-Stoop. Cite. BibTex; Full citation; Abstract. aberrant response patterns, computerized adaptive testing, posterior predictive checks, person misfit, residual analysis, response times, Wim Linden & Edith Krimpen-Stoop, "Using response times to detect aberrant responses in computerized adaptive testing," Psychometrika, Springer;The Psychometric Society, vol.

68(2), pagesJune. Hua-Hua Chang & William Stout,   2. Outline aberrant responses examined by Z-score. In Figure 3, one can easily observe that the person with ability failed on item 13 with difficultyas shown in the upper-left of Figure was an aberrant response because the probability of success for such a person on such an item was as high as Corpus ID: Detection of advance item knowledge using response times in computer adaptive testing @inproceedings{MeijerDetectionOA, title={Detection of advance item knowledge using response times in computer adaptive testing}, author={Rob R.

Meijer and   Response times on items can be used to improve item selection in adaptive testing provided that a probabilistic model for their distribution is available. In this research, the author used a hierarchical modeling framework with separate first-level models for the responses and response times and a second-level model for the distribution of the Item response models often cannot calculate true individual response probabilities because of the existence of response disturbances (such as guessing and cheating).

Many studies on aberrant responses under item response theory (IRT) framework had been conducted. Some of them focused on how to reduce the effect of aberrant responses, and others focused on how to detect aberrant   Van der Linden WT, Van K-S: Using response times to detect aberrant responses in computerized adaptive testing.

Psychometrika68(2)– /BF Article The purpose of this study is to assess the impact of aberrant responses on the estimation accuracy in forced‐choice format assessments. To that end, a wide range of aberrant response behaviors (e.g., fake, random, or mechanical responses) affecting upward of 20%–30% of the responses was manipulated under the multi‐unidimensional pairwise preference (MUPP) model with forced‐choice ://   Key words: test security, response time, computerized adaptive testing, sequential analysis, change-point detection, repeated significance tests.

Introduction In a typical administration of computerized adaptive testing (CAT), items are sequentially selected in real time from a large item pool according to the examinee’s current ://.

Using response times to detect aberrant responses in computerized adaptive testing. Psychometrika. ; 68 (2)– Furnham A, Hyde G, Trickey G. On-line questionnaire completion time and personality test scores. Pers Individ Diff. ; 54 (6)–   Using response times to detect aberrant responses in computerized adaptive testing.

Psychometrika. ; 68 (2)– doi: /BF Cheng L, Cumber S, Dumas C, Winter R, Nguyen KM, Nieman LZ. Health related quality of life in pregeriatric patients with chronic diseases at urban, public supported ://  Ideas in Testing Research Seminar Schedule, Octo Coffee & Networking ( — ) Welcome and Introduction ( — ) Compute Adaptive Testing (CAT) ( — ) Item exposure mediation in CAT using temporary enemy item relationships (Becker, Pearson) abstract