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John T Willse

Educational measurement, practical applications of classical and modern test theory, outcomes assessment in higher education, computer adaptive testing

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Accuracy and Reliability of Peer Assessment of Athletic Training Psychomotor Laboratory Skills 2010 315 Peer assessment is defined as students judging the level or quality of a fellow student's understanding. No researchers have yet demonstrated the accuracy or reliability of peer assessment in athletic training education. To determine the accuracy and...
Assessing creativity with divergent thinking tasks: Exploring the reliability and validity of new subjective scoring methods. 2008 9284 Divergent thinking is central to the study of individual differences in creativity, but the traditional scoring systems (assigning points for infrequent responses and summing the points) face well-known problems. After critically reviewing past scori...
Assessment of Score Dependability of the Wisconsin Schizotypy Scales Using Generalizability Analysis 2010 197 To investigate the reliability of the Wisconsin Schizotypy Scales, this study applied generalizability analysis with two college student samples who completed the scales at two time points. The results indicated that the Revised Social Anhedonia Scal...
Promoting Self-Esteem in Adolescents: The Influence of Wellness Factors. 2011 2173 To assess the extent to which holistic wellness factors are predictive of self-esteem, the authors administered the Coopersmith Self-Esteem Inventories, School Form (Coopersmith, 2002), and the Five Factor Wellness Inventory (Myers & Sweeney, 2005a) ...
Psychological Climate, Stress, and Research Integrity Among Research Counselor Educators: A Preliminary Study 2010 458 In this quantitative study, 187 counselor educators at research institutions reported engaging in responsible conduct of research (RCR), with a few individuals reporting deviations from ethical behavior. Tenure-seeking faculty members indicated a ...
Rejoinder: The madness to our method: Some thoughts on divergent thinking 2008 687 In this reply, the authors examine the madness to their method in light of the comments. Overall, the authors agree broadly with the comments; many of the issues will be settled only by future research. The authors disagree, though, that past researc...
Responsible Conduct of Research Measure: The initial development and pilot study 2008 296 Although much discussion has been focused on research misconduct (RM) and questionable research practices, to date no self-report measures exist to examine this phenomenon. To help fill this void, the authors developed the Responsible Conduct of Rese...