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Investigating Response Heterogeneity in the Context of Positively and Negatively Worded Items by Using Factor Mixture Modeling Journal article
Organizational Research Methods, 2020,Volume: 23,Issue: 2,Page: 322-341
Authors:  Chester Chun Seng Kam;  Xitao Fan
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Factor Mixture Modeling  Item Wording  Unidimensionality  
Testing the Assumption of Population Homogeneity in the Measurement of Dispositional Optimism: Factor Mixture Modeling Analysis Journal article
Journal of Personality Assessment, 2020,Volume: 102,Issue: 2,Page: 238-249
Authors:  Chester Chun Seng Kam
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Comparative study of middle school students' attitudes towards science: Rasch analysis of entire TIMSS 2011 attitudinal data for England, Singapore and the USA as well as psychometric properties of attitudes scale Journal article
INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENCE EDUCATION, 2018,Volume: 40,Issue: 3,Page: 268-290
Authors:  Tee, Oon Pey;  Subramaniam, R.
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Attitudes Towards Science  Timss 2011  Rasch Modelling Analysis  England  Singapore  The u  s  a  
Psychometric Properties of an Instrument to Measure Word Problem Solving Skills in Mathematics Journal article
Journal of Applied Measurement, 2018,Volume: 19,Issue: 3,Page: 283-302
Authors:  Chunlian Jiang;  Do-Hong Kim;  Chuang Wang
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Comparative study of middle school students’ attitudes towards science: Rasch analysis of entire TIMSS 2011 attitudinal data for England, Singapore and the U.S.A. as well as psychometric properties of attitudes scale Journal article
International Journal of Science Education, 2018,Volume: 40,Issue: 3,Page: 268-290
Authors:  Pey Tee,Oon;  Subramaniam,R.
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Attitudes towards science  England  Rasch modelling analysis  Singapore  the U.S.A  TIMSS 2011  
Comparative study of middle school students’ attitudes towards science: Rasch analysis of entire TIMSS 2011 attitudinal data for England, Singapore and the U.S.A. as well as psychometric properties of attitudes scale Journal article
International Journal of Science Education, 2018,Volume: 40,Issue: 3,Page: 268-290
Authors:  Pey Tee,Oon;  Subramaniam,R.
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Attitudes towards science  England  Rasch modelling analysis  Singapore  the U.S.A  TIMSS 2011  
Rasch analysis for psychometric improvement of science attitude rating scales Journal article
International Journal of Science Education, 2017,Volume: 39,Issue: 6,Page: 683-700
Authors:  Oon,Pey Tee;  Fan,Xitao
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Attitude Toward Science  Item Analysis  Psychometric Information  Rasch Analysis  Rating Scale  Science Education Research  Test Analysis  
Implications of Item Keying and Item Valence for the Investigation of Construct Dimensionality Journal article
Multivariate Behavioral Research, 2015,Volume: 50,Issue: 4,Page: 457-469
Authors:  Seng Kam,Chester Chun;  Meyer,John P.
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Guidance on the conversion of the Chinese versions of the Quick Inventory of Depressive Symptomatology-Self-Report (C-QIDS-SR) and the Montgomery-Asberg Scale (C-MADRS) in Chinese patients with major depression Journal article
Journal of Affective Disorders, 2014,Volume: 152-154,Issue: 1,Page: 530-533
Authors:  Liu J.;  Xiang Y.-T.;  Lei H.;  Wang Q.;  Wang G.;  Ungvari G.S.;  Morris D.W.;  Zhu X.-Z.;  Lai K.Y.C.;  Zhong B.-L.;  Wong S.Y.S.;  Zhang L.;  Zhang Q.;  Zou Y.-C.;  Xiao L.;  Zhao Q.;  Li Y.;  Wu J.;  Zhang G.-F.;  Chiu H.F.K.
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China  Conversion  Major Depressive Disorder  Scale  Self-report