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Educational and Psychological Measurement

2003 Volume 63, Number 1

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Number of articles: 3

  1. Using Commonly Available Software for Bootstrapping in Both Substantive and Measurement Analyses

    Xitao Fan

    Uses a few heuristic examples to show how bootstrap analysis can be accomplished using some commonly available software programs. Until bootstrap analysis becomes an automated program option in... More

    pp. 24-50

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  2. Online Measurement of Appraisals of Students Faced with Curricular Tasks

    Marjo J. Crombach, Monique Boekaerts & Marinus J. M. Voeten

    Studied the factor structure of the On-Line Motivation Questionnaire (M. Boekaerts, 2002) in a sample of 780 Dutch seventh graders. Confirmatory factor analysis revealed that seven of eight... More

    pp. 96-111

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  3. Another Look at Technology Use in Classrooms: The Development and Validation of an Instrument To Measure Teachers' Perceptions

    Kristine Y. Hogarty, Thomas R. Lang & Jeffrey D. Kromrey

    Developed and provided initial validation of scores from a survey designed to measure teachers' reported use of technology in their classrooms. Interprets results from a sample of 2000 teachers in ... More

    pp. 139-62

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