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Presenter: Jean-Paul Fox, University of Twente
Bayesian covariance structure modeling (BCSM) is a new approach for modeling clustered data. In this multivariate modeling approach a dependence structure is directly modeled through a structured covariance matrix. The BCSM can be used to model measurement (in)variance, which shows to have many advantages over traditional methods.
Presenters: Yigal Attali, Andrew Runge, Geoff LaFlair, Kevin Yancey & Alina A. von Davier
Moderator: Peter Halpin
Along with the advances in communication and platform technology, it’s become apparent that (quality) content development is at the core of many industries, including the education industry. The development of learning and assessment content has been a craft that has required a high level of expertise, often of the type that was built over the years on the job. In the fast-paced digital education this is difficult to sustain.
Save-the-Dates: July 11-15, 2022. Short Courses will he hosted on Monday, July 11.
The IMPS 2022 conference will take place at the University of Bologna located in Bologna, Italy.
Registration details appear below:
IMPS 2021 will be a virtual conference and registration is now open. Conference sessions will be held July 20 – 23, 2021. Three short courses are offered and will be held on July 19, 2021. Click the following links to find out more details regarding: the schedule, short courses, and keynote/invited speakers.
We are happy to announce that the U.S. Internal Revenue Service (IRS) has now formally accepted our application to be reclassified as a 501c3 nonprofit organization. One important consequence of this reclassification is that donations to the Psychometric Society are now tax deductible. If at any point you are interested in making a financial contribution to the Psychometric Society please contact any board member or the Psychometric Society main office at firstname.lastname@example.org