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Call for Papers

Measurement: Interdisciplinary Research and Perspectives

We are inviting manuscript submissions for the journal in various areas of psychometric interest.  The journal includes articles that highlight the development of new measurement applications, concepts and current practices in measurement.  Some possible areas to consider for submission are:

  • Classroom Assessment
  • Test security
  • Item Response Theory Applications
  • Scoring Rubrics – Binary, Polytomous
  • Formative Assessment issues
  • Cut Score determination/issues
  • Cognitive Diagnostic Modeling
  • Computer Adaptive Testing
  • Linking/Equating
  • Differential Item Functioning
  • Diagnostic Classification Models
  • Rating Scale Analysis/Models
  • Latent Class Analysis/Models
  • Structural Equation Modeling/Multi-level modeling
  • Generalizability Theory/Models
  • Bayesian Measurement/Modeling
  • Mixtures of (Generalized) Linear Models - Bayesian Approaches

**Note: The Journal does not publish reliability and validity studies of specific tests or assessment instruments.  Such results should be reported as part of an applied measurement research article.

Original methodological contributions to psychometrics used in practical applications will be considered. Papers dealing, directly or indirectly, with theoretical, computational and technical elements are also encouraged.  Authors who are uncertain about the suitability of their papers should contact the Editor.

Manuscripts can be submitted at any time and once they are received, they will be entered into the Editorial Manager system for peer review.

All submissions must contain original unpublished work that is not being considered for publication elsewhere.  Submissions will be refereed according to journal policy found here.

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