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Using Bayesian Decision Theory to Design a Computerized Mastery Test. Applied Psychological Measurement, 14(4), 367-386.. (1990).
Utility of predicting starting abilities in sequential computer-based adaptive tests (Research Report 90-1). Baltimore MD: Johns Hopkins University, Department of Psychology.. (1990).
Users manual for the MicroCAT Testing System, Version 3. St. Paul MN: Author.. (1988).
The use of unidimensional item parameter estimates of multidimensional items in adaptive testing (No. 87-13). ACT Research Reports (p. 33). presented at the September, 1987, Iowa City, IA: ACT.. (1987).
Using microcomputer-based assessment in career counseling. Journal of Employment Counseling, 23, 50-56.. (1986).
Unidimensional and multidimensional models for item response theory. Proceedings of the 1982 Computerized Adaptive Testing Conference. presented at the 06/1982, Minneapolis, MN. USA: University of Minnesota, Department of Psychology, Psychometrics Methods Program.. (1985).
Users manual for the MicroCAT Testing System. St. Paul MN: Author.. (1984).
Using microcomputers to administer tests. Educational Measurement: Issues and Practice, 3(2), 16-20.. (1984).
Using microcomputers to administer tests: An alternate point of view. Educational Measurement: Issues and Practice, 3(2), 20-21.. (1984).
Use of Sequential Testing to Prescreen Prospective Entrants to Military Service. In . D. J. Weiss (Ed.), Proceedings of the 1982 Item Response Theory and Computerized Adaptive Testing Conference Minneapolis: University of Minnesota, Department of Psychology, Psychometric Methods Program.. (1982).
The use of the sequential probability ratio test in making grade classifications in conjunction with tailored testing (Research Report 81-4). Columbia MO: University of Missouri, Department of Educational Psychology.. (1981).
A Use of the Information Function in Tailored Testing. Applied Psychological Measurement, 1(2), 233-247.. (1977).
Using computerized tests to add new dimensions to the measurement of abilities which are important for on-job performance: An exploratory study. In . C. K. Clark (Ed.), Proceedings of the First Conference on Computerized Adaptive Testing (pp. 64-74). Washington DC: U.S. Government Printing Office.. (1976).
Use of an on-line computer for psychological testing with the up-and-down method. American Psychologist, 24, 207-211.. (1969).