Christine DiStefano

Affiliations: 
Educational Psychology / Research University of South Carolina, Columbia, SC 
Area:
Tests and Measurements Education, Psychometrics Psychology
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Morgan GB, DiStefano C, Motl RW. (2016) Examining Class Differences in Method Effects Related to Negative Wording: An Example using Rasch Mixture Modeling. Journal of Applied Measurement. 17: 441-457
Englund JA, Decker SL, Woodlief DT, et al. (2014) Development and evaluation of an online, multicomponent working memory battery. Assessment. 21: 543-61
DiStefano C, Greer FW, Kamphaus RW, et al. (2014) Using Rasch Rating Scale Methodology to Examine a Behavioral Screener for Preschoolers At Risk Journal of Early Intervention. 36: 192-211
DiStefano C, Morgan GB. (2014) A Comparison of Diagonal Weighted Least Squares Robust Estimation Techniques for Ordinal Data Structural Equation Modeling. 21: 425-438
Dever BV, Kamphaus RW, Dowdy E, et al. (2013) Surveillance of middle and high school mental health risk by student self-report screener. The Western Journal of Emergency Medicine. 14: 384-90
DiStefano C, Greer FW, Kamphaus RW. (2013) Multifactor modeling of emotional and behavioral risk of preschool-age children. Psychological Assessment. 25: 467-76
Kamphaus R, DiStefano C. (2013) Toward improved accuracy: A response to Kauffman and Badar Behavioral Disorders. 39: 28-31
DiStefano C, Morgan GB, Motl RW. (2012) An examination of personality characteristics related to acquiescence. Journal of Applied Measurement. 13: 41-56
DiStefano C, Morgan GB, Motl RW. (2012) Detecting acquiescence underlying Rosenberg's self esteem scale using the rasch partial credit model Handbook On Psychology of Self-Esteem. 195-210
DiStefano C, Morgan G. (2011) Examining classification criteria: a comparison of three cut score methods. Psychological Assessment. 23: 354-63
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