Founded in 1941 by Frederick Kuder, Educational and Psychological Measurement is an international, peer-reviewed journal, offering the most current theoretical and applied papers in the measurement field. Measurement pervades almost every aspect of modern society. For example, measurements of individual abilities and other personal characteristics often contribute to countless decisions that shape individuals’ upbringing, schooling, and careers. At the same time, the field of educational and psychological measurement continues to evolve at an exponential rate.
Educational and Psychological Measurement publishes referred scholarly work from all academic disciplines interested in the study of measurement theory, problems, and issues. Theoretical articles will address new developments and techniques, and applied articles will deal strictly with innovation applications.
|George A. Marcoulides||University of California, Santa Barbara, USA|
|Xitao Fan||Editor Emeritus|
|W. Scott Gehman||Editor Emeritus|
|William B. Michael||Editor Emeritus|
|Geraldine Thomas Sheehy||Editor Emeritus|
|Bruce Thompson||Editor Emeritus|
|James Algina||University of Florida, USA|
|Peter M. Bentler||University of California, Los Angeles, USA|
|S. Natasha Beretvas||University of Texas at Austin, Educational Psychology Department - Quantitative Methods program, USA|
|Steven M. Boker||University of Virginia, USA|
|Daniel Bolt||University of Wisconsin-Madison, USA|
|Linda Cook||Educational Testing Service, USA|
|Ralph J. De Ayala||University of Nebraska - Lincoln, USA|
|Dimiter M. Dimitrov||George Mason University, USA|
|Christine DiStefano||University of South Carolina, USA|
|Michael Edwards||Arizona State University, USA|
|Susan E. Embretson||Georgia Institute of Technology, USA|
|Craig Enders||Arizona State University, USA|
|George Engelhard, Jr.||University of Georgia, USA|
|W. Holmes Finch||Ball State University, USA|
|Sara Finney||James Madison University, USA|
|Brian F. French||Washington State University, USA|
|Ronald K. Hambleton||University of Massachusetts, Amherst, USA|
|Ronald H. Heck||University of Hawaii, Manoa, USA|
|Marsha Ing||University of California, Riverside, USA|
|Sandra Johnson||Assessment Europe, UK|
|Nidhi Kohli||University of Minnesota, USA|
|Spyros Konstantopoulos||Michigan State University, USA|
|Xenophon Koufteros||Texas A&M University, USA|
|Leonidas Kyriakides||University of Cyprus, Cyprus|
|Kimberly Maier||Michigan State University, USA|
|Katerina M. Marcoulides||University of Florida, USA|
|Herbert W. Marsh||Oxford University, UK|
|Irini Moustaki||London School of Economics and Political Science, UK|
|Sean W. Mulvenon||University of Nevada, USA|
|Fadia Nasser||Tel Aviv University, Israel|
|Michael C. Neale||Virginia Commonwealth University, USA|
|Dena Pastor||James Madison University, USA|
|Randall D. Penfield||University of Miami, USA|
|Tenko Raykov||Michigan State University, USA|
|Mark D. Reckase||Michigan State University, USA|
|Albert Satorra||Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Spain|
|Victoria Savalei||University of British Columbia, Department of Psychology, Canada|
|Randall E. Schumacker||University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa, USA|
|Georgios Sideridis||Boston Children’s Hospital, Boston, MA, USA|
|Sandip Sinharay||Educational Testing Sevice, USA|
|Stephen G. Sireci||University of Massachusetts, Amherst, USA|
|Everett V. Smith||University of Illinois, Chicago, USA|
|Rolf Steyer||University of Jena, Germany|
|Ofir Turel||California State University, Fullerton, USA|
|Xiang Bo Wang||The College Board, USA|
|Noreen M. Webb||University of California, Los Angeles, USA|
|Keith F. Widaman||University of California, Davis, USA|
|Mark Wilson||University of California, USA|
|Ke-Hai Yuan||University of Notre Dame, USA|
|Bruno Zumbo||University of British Columbia, Canada|
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