Randall Penfield

Higher Education Leadership (Education) University of Miami, Coral Gables, FL 
Higher Education, Higher Education Administration Education
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Ames AJ, Penfield RD. (2015) An NCME Instructional Module on Item-Fit Statistics for Item Response Theory Models Educational Measurement: Issues and Practice. 34: 39-48
Penfield RD. (2014) An NCME instructional module on polytomous item response theory models Educational Measurement: Issues and Practice. 33: 36-48
Jin Y, Myers ND, Ahn S, et al. (2013) A Comparison of Uniform DIF Effect Size Estimators Under the MIMIC and Rasch Models Educational and Psychological Measurement. 73: 339-358
Huggins AC, Penfield RD. (2012) An NCME Instructional Module on Population Invariance in Linking and Equating Educational Measurement: Issues and Practice. 31: 27-40
Cardi WJ, Penfield RD, Yoon AH. (2012) Does Tort Law Deter Individuals? A Behavioral Science Study Journal of Empirical Legal Studies. 9: 567-603
Gattamorta KA, Penfield RD, Myers ND. (2012) Modeling Item-Level and Step-Level Invariance Effects in Polytomous Items Using the Partial Credit Model International Journal of Testing. 12: 252-272
Gattamorta KA, Penfield RD. (2012) A Comparison of Adjacent Categories and Cumulative Differential Step Functioning Effect Estimators Applied Measurement in Education. 25: 142-161
Penfield RD. (2011) How are the form and magnitude of DIF effects in multiple-choice items determined by distractor-level invariance effects? Educational and Psychological Measurement. 71: 54-67
Lee O, Penfield RD, Buxton CA. (2011) Relationship between "Form" and "Content" in science writing among english language learners Teachers College Record. 113: 1401-1434
Montague M, Penfield RD, Enders C, et al. (2010) Curriculum-based measurement of math problem solving: a methodology and rationale for establishing equivalence of scores. Journal of School Psychology. 48: 39-52
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