John M. Hintze

Education University of Massachusetts, Amherst, Amherst, MA 
Tests and Measurements Education, Reading Education
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Furey WM, Marcotte AM, Hintze JM, et al. (2015) Concurrent Validity and Classification Accuracy of Curriculum-based Measurement for Written Expression. School Psychology Quarterly : the Official Journal of the Division of School Psychology, American Psychological Association
Solomon BG, Klein SA, Hintze JM, et al. (2012) A meta-analysis of school-wide positive behavior support: An exploratory study using single-case synthesis Psychology in the Schools. 49: 105-121
Eckert TL, Hintze JM. (2011) School psychology publishing contributions to the advancement of knowledge, science, and its application: an introduction to the themed issue. Journal of School Psychology. 49: 613-6
Marcotte AM, Hintze JM. (2009) Incremental and predictive utility of formative assessment methods of reading comprehension. Journal of School Psychology. 47: 315-35
Volpe RJ, McConaughy SH, Hintze JM. (2009) Generalizability of classroom behavior problem and on-task scores from the direct observation form School Psychology Review. 38: 382-401
Keller-Margulis MA, Shapiro ES, Hintze JM. (2008) Long-term diagnostic accuracy of curriculum-based measures in reading and mathematics School Psychology Review. 37: 374-390
Methe SA, Hintze JM, Floyd RG. (2008) Validation and decision accuracy of early numeracy skill indicators School Psychology Review. 37: 359-373
Wells CS, Hintze JM. (2007) Dealing with assumptions underlying statistical tests Psychology in the Schools. 44: 495-502
Silberglitt B, Hintze JM. (2007) How much growth can we expect? A conditional analysis of R-CBM growth rates by level of performance Exceptional Children. 74: 71-84
Shapiro ES, Keller MA, Lutz JG, et al. (2006) Curriculum-based measures and performance on state assessment and standardized tests: Reading and math performance in Pennsylvania Journal of Psychoeducational Assessment. 24: 19-35
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