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### 2016, Volume 81, Issue 2

**253-273 A General Method of Empirical Q-matrix Validation***by*Jimmy Torre & Chia-Yi Chiu**274-289 What can we learn from Plausible Values?***by*Maarten Marsman & Gunter Maris & Timo Bechger & Cees Glas**290-324 Generalized Fiducial Inference for Binary Logistic Item Response Models***by*Yang Liu & Jan Hannig**325-349 Modelling Trends in Ordered Correspondence Analysis Using Orthogonal Polynomials***by*Rosaria Lombardo & Eric J. Beh & Pieter M. Kroonenberg**350-370 The Reduced RUM as a Logit Model: Parameterization and Constraints***by*Chia-Yi Chiu & Hans-Friedrich Köhn**371-398 Modeling and Testing Differential Item Functioning in Unidimensional Binary Item Response Models with a Single Continuous Covariate: A Functional Data Analysis Approach***by*Yang Liu & Brooke E. Magnus & David Thissen**399-410 A New Interpretation of the Weighted Kappa Coefficients***by*Sophie Vanbelle**411-433 KSC-N: Clustering of Hierarchical Time Profile Data***by*Joke Heylen & Iven Mechelen & Philippe Verduyn & Eva Ceulemans**434-460 Maximum Marginal Likelihood Estimation of a Monotonic Polynomial Generalized Partial Credit Model with Applications to Multiple Group Analysis***by*Carl F. Falk & Li Cai**461-482 An Upgrading Procedure for Adaptive Assessment of Knowledge***by*Pasquale Anselmi & Egidio Robusto & Luca Stefanutti & Debora Chiusole**483-505 Analysis of Multiple Partially Ordered Responses to Belief Items with Don’t Know Option***by*Edward H. Ip & Shyh-Huei Chen & Sara A. Quandt**506-534 A Latent Transition Analysis Model for Latent-State-Dependent Nonignorable Missingness***by*Sonya K. Sterba**535-549 OpenMx 2.0: Extended Structural Equation and Statistical Modeling***by*Michael C. Neale & Michael D. Hunter & Joshua N. Pritikin & Mahsa Zahery & Timothy R. Brick & Robert M. Kirkpatrick & Ryne Estabrook & Timothy C. Bates & Hermine H. Maes & Steven M. Boker**550-564 An Improved Correction for Range Restricted Correlations Under Extreme, Monotonic Quadratic Nonlinearity and Heteroscedasticity***by*Steven Andrew Culpepper**565-581 Multilevel Dynamic Generalized Structured Component Analysis for Brain Connectivity Analysis in Functional Neuroimaging Data***by*Kwanghee Jung & Yoshio Takane & Heungsun Hwang & Todd S. Woodward**582-584 Erratum to: Multilevel Dynamic Generalized Structured Component Analysis for Brain Connectivity Analysis in Functional Neuroimaging Data***by*Kwanghee Jung & Yoshio Takane & Heungsun Hwang & Todd S. Woodward

### 2016, Volume 81, Issue 1

**1-15 Playing with Data—Or How to Discourage Questionable Research Practices and Stimulate Researchers to Do Things Right***by*Klaas Sijtsma**16-26 Thinking About Data, Research Methods, and Statistical Analyses: Commentary on Sijtsma’s (2014) “Playing with Data”***by*Irwin Waldman & Scott Lilienfeld**27-32 Encourage Playing with Data and Discourage Questionable Reporting Practices***by*Daniel Wigboldus & Ron Dotsch**33-38 Improving the Conduct and Reporting of Statistical Analysis in Psychology***by*Klaas Sijtsma & Coosje L. S. Veldkamp & Jelte M. Wicherts**39-59 Ordering Individuals with Sum Scores: The Introduction of the Nonparametric Rasch Model***by*Robert Zwitser & Gunter Maris**60-89 On the Asymptotic Relative Efficiency of Planned Missingness Designs***by*Mijke Rhemtulla & Victoria Savalei & Todd Little**90-101 The Infinitesimal Jackknife and Moment Structure Analysis Using Higher Order Moments***by*Robert Jennrich & Albert Satorra**102-134 Fitting Nonlinear Ordinary Differential Equation Models with Random Effects and Unknown Initial Conditions Using the Stochastic Approximation Expectation–Maximization (SAEM) Algorithm***by*Sy-Miin Chow & Zhaohua Lu & Andrew Sherwood & Hongtu Zhu**135-160 Item Response Models for Forced-Choice Questionnaires: A Common Framework***by*Anna Brown**161-183 A Bayesian Multinomial Probit MODEL FOR THE ANALYSIS OF PANEL CHOICE DATA***by*Duncan Fong & Sunghoon Kim & Zhe Chen & Wayne DeSarbo**184-200 Efficient Standard Error Formulas of Ability Estimators with Dichotomous Item Response Models***by*David Magis**201-216 Human Psychophysical Functions, an Update: Methods for Identifying their form; Estimating their Parameters; and Evaluating the Effects of Important Predictors***by*Diana Kornbrot**217-241 Get Over It! A Multilevel Threshold Autoregressive Model for State-Dependent Affect Regulation***by*Silvia Haan-Rietdijk & John Gottman & Cindy Bergeman & Ellen Hamaker**242-245 Book Review***by*Shizuhiko Nishisato**246-248 WAINER, H., Uneducated Guesses. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, 2011, 200 pages. ISBN: 0691149283. US $24.95***by*Ren Liu & Anne Corinne Huggins-Manley**249-249 Erratum to: The Normal-Theory and Asymptotic Distribution-Free (ADF) Covariance Matrix of Standardized Regression Coefficients: Theoretical Extensions and Finite Sample Behavior***by*Jeff Jones & Niels Waller**250-251 Erratum to: On the Link between Cognitive Diagnostic Models and Knowledge Space Theory***by*Jürgen Heller & Luca Stefanutti & Pasquale Anselmi & Egidio Robusto**90-101 The Infinitesimal Jackknife and Moment Structure Analysis Using Higher Order Moments***by*Robert Jennrich & Albert Satorra**60-89 On the Asymptotic Relative Efficiency of Planned Missingness Designs***by*Mijke Rhemtulla & Victoria Savalei & Todd D. Little**39-59 Ordering Individuals with Sum Scores: The Introduction of the Nonparametric Rasch Model***by*Robert J. Zwitser & Gunter Maris**33-38 Improving the Conduct and Reporting of Statistical Analysis in Psychology***by*Klaas Sijtsma & Coosje Veldkamp & Jelte Wicherts**27-32 Encourage Playing with Data and Discourage Questionable Reporting Practices***by*Daniel H. J. Wigboldus & Ron Dotsch**250-251 Erratum to: On the Link between Cognitive Diagnostic Models and Knowledge Space Theory***by*Jürgen Heller & Luca Stefanutti & Pasquale Anselmi & Egidio Robusto**249-249 Erratum to: The Normal-Theory and Asymptotic Distribution-Free (ADF) Covariance Matrix of Standardized Regression Coefficients: Theoretical Extensions and Finite Sample Behavior***by*Jeff A. Jones & Niels G. Waller**246-248 WAINER, H., Uneducated Guesses. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, 2011, 200 pages. ISBN: 0691149283. US $24.95***by*Ren Liu & Anne Huggins-Manley**242-245 Book Review***by*Shizuhiko Nishisato**217-241 Get Over It! A Multilevel Threshold Autoregressive Model for State-Dependent Affect Regulation***by*Silvia Haan-Rietdijk & John M. Gottman & Cindy S. Bergeman & Ellen L. Hamaker**201-216 Human Psychophysical Functions, an Update: Methods for Identifying their form; Estimating their Parameters; and Evaluating the Effects of Important Predictors***by*Diana E. Kornbrot**184-200 Efficient Standard Error Formulas of Ability Estimators with Dichotomous Item Response Models***by*David Magis**161-183 A Bayesian Multinomial Probit MODEL FOR THE ANALYSIS OF PANEL CHOICE DATA***by*Duncan K. H. Fong & Sunghoon Kim & Zhe Chen & Wayne S. DeSarbo**16-26 Thinking About Data, Research Methods, and Statistical Analyses: Commentary on Sijtsma’s (2014) “Playing with Data”***by*Irwin D. Waldman & Scott O. Lilienfeld**135-160 Item Response Models for Forced-Choice Questionnaires: A Common Framework***by*Anna Brown**102-134 Fitting Nonlinear Ordinary Differential Equation Models with Random Effects and Unknown Initial Conditions Using the Stochastic Approximation Expectation–Maximization (SAEM) Algorithm***by*Sy-Miin Chow & Zhaohua Lu & Andrew Sherwood & Hongtu Zhu**1-15 Playing with Data—Or How to Discourage Questionable Research Practices and Stimulate Researchers to Do Things Right***by*Klaas Sijtsma

### 2015, Volume 80, Issue 4

**859-879 A Gibbs Sampler for the (Extended) Marginal Rasch Model***by*Gunter Maris & Timo Bechger & Ernesto Martin**880-896 Evaluating Manifest Monotonicity Using Bayes Factors***by*Jesper Tijmstra & Herbert Hoijtink & Klaas Sijtsma**897-919 Sample Size Determination Within the Scope of Conditional Maximum Likelihood Estimation with Special Focus on Testing the Rasch Model***by*Clemens Draxler & Rainer Alexandrowicz**920-937 Generating Correlated, Non-normally Distributed Data Using a Non-linear Structural Model***by*Max Auerswald & Morten Moshagen**938-948 A Theorem on the Rank of a Product of Matrices with Illustration of Its Use in Goodness of Fit Testing***by*Albert Satorra & Heinz Neudecker**949-967 An Exact Method for Partitioning Dichotomous Items Within the Framework of the Monotone Homogeneity Model***by*Michael Brusco & Hans-Friedrich Köhn & Douglas Steinley**968-994 Constrained Dual Scaling for Detecting Response Styles in Categorical Data***by*Pieter Schoonees & Michel Velden & Patrick Groenen**995-1019 On the Link between Cognitive Diagnostic Models and Knowledge Space Theory***by*Jürgen Heller & Luca Stefanutti & Pasquale Anselmi & Egidio Robusto**1020-1042 Minimum $$\phi $$ ϕ -Divergence Estimation in Constrained Latent Class Models for Binary Data***by*A. Felipe & P. Miranda & L. Pardo**1043-1065 A Bayesian Vector Multidimensional Scaling Procedure Incorporating Dimension Reparameterization with Variable Selection***by*Duncan Fong & Wayne DeSarbo & Zhe Chen & Zhuying Xu**1066-1083 How General is the Vale–Maurelli Simulation Approach?***by*Njål Foldnes & Steffen Grønneberg**1084-1104 Meta-analysis of Diagnostic Accuracy and ROC Curves with Covariate Adjusted Semiparametric Mixtures***by*Philipp Doebler & Heinz Holling**1105-1122 Analyzing Test-Taking Behavior: Decision Theory Meets Psychometric Theory***by*David Budescu & Yuanchao Bo**1123-1145 Profile Likelihood-Based Confidence Intervals and Regions for Structural Equation Models***by*Jolynn Pek & Hao Wu**1146-1146 Erratum to: On the Unidentifiability of the Fixed-Effects 3PL Model***by*Ernesto Martín & Jorge González & Francis Tuerlinckx

### 2015, Volume 80, Issue 3

**571-600 Quantifying Adventitious Error in a Covariance Structure as a Random Effect***by*Hao Wu & Michael Browne**601-607 Advances in Modeling Model Discrepancy: Comment on Wu and Browne (2015)***by*Robert MacCallum & Anthony O’Hagan**608-610 Some Comments on Wu and Browne***by*Rolf Steyer & Erik Sengewald & Sonja Hahn**611-612 Comments on “Quantifying Adventitious Error in a Covariance Structure as a Random Effect” by Hao Wu and Michael Browne***by*A. Shapiro**613-618 A Comment on a Paper by H. Wu and M. W. Browne (2014)***by*Albert Satorra**619-624 Random Model Discrepancy: Interpretations and Technicalities (A Rejoinder)***by*Hao Wu & Michael Browne**625-644 Heteroscedastic Latent Trait Models for Dichotomous Data***by*Dylan Molenaar**645-664 Standard Error of Ability Estimates and the Classification Accuracy and Consistency of Binary Decisions***by*Ying Cheng & Cheng Liu & John Behrens**665-688 Saddlepoint Approximations of the Distribution of the Person Parameter in the Two Parameter Logistic Model***by*Martin Biehler & Heinz Holling & Philipp Doebler**689-706 Bayesian Checks on Cheating on Tests***by*Wim Linden & Charles Lewis**707-726 A Nonparametric Test of Missing Completely at Random for Incomplete Multivariate Data***by*Jun Li & Yao Yu**727-747 Predictive Inference Using Latent Variables with Covariates***by*Lynne Schofield & Brian Junker & Lowell Taylor & Dan Black**748-775 A Mixture Cure-Rate Model for Responses and Response Times in Time-Limit Tests***by*Yi-Hsuan Lee & Zhiliang Ying**776-790 Sparse Versus Simple Structure Loadings***by*Nickolay Trendafilov & Kohei Adachi**791-810 A Race Model for Responses and Response Times in Tests***by*Jochen Ranger & Jörg-Tobias Kuhn & José-Luis Gaviria**811-833 Rationale and Applications of Survival Tree and Survival Ensemble Methods***by*Yan Zhou & John McArdle**834-855 A Hierarchical Multi-Unidimensional IRT Approach for Analyzing Sparse, Multi-Group Data for Integrative Data Analysis***by*Yan Huo & Jimmy de la Torre & Eun-Young Mun & Su-Young Kim & Anne Ray & Yang Jiao & Helene White**856-858 Book Review***by*Björn Andersson & Alina Davier

### 2015, Volume 80, Issue 2

**263-288 Optimal Bayesian Adaptive Design for Test-Item Calibration***by*Wim Linden & Hao Ren**289-316 Rasch Trees: A New Method for Detecting Differential Item Functioning in the Rasch Model***by*Carolin Strobl & Julia Kopf & Achim Zeileis**317-340 A Statistical Test for Differential Item Pair Functioning***by*Timo Bechger & Gunter Maris**341-364 Hierarchical Bayesian Modeling for Test Theory Without an Answer Key***by*Zita Oravecz & Royce Anders & William Batchelder**365-378 The Normal-Theory and Asymptotic Distribution-Free (ADF) Covariance Matrix of Standardized Regression Coefficients: Theoretical Extensions and Finite Sample Behavior***by*Jeff Jones & Niels Waller**379-405 Empirical Correction to the Likelihood Ratio Statistic for Structural Equation Modeling with Many Variables***by*Ke-Hai Yuan & Yubin Tian & Hirokazu Yanagihara**406-411 A Note on Statistical Hypothesis Testing Based on Log Transformation of the Mantel–Haenszel Common Odds Ratio for Differential Item Functioning Classification***by*Insu Paek & Paul Holland**412-427 Modeling Viewpoint Shifts in Probabilistic Choice***by*Tomoya Okubo & Shin-ichi Mayekawa**428-449 On Latent Trait Estimation in Multidimensional Compensatory Item Response Models***by*Chun Wang**450-467 On the Unidentifiability of the Fixed-Effects 3PL Model***by*Ernesto Martín & Jorge González & Francis Tuerlinckx**468-490 A Rate Function Approach to Computerized Adaptive Testing for Cognitive Diagnosis***by*Jingchen Liu & Zhiliang Ying & Stephanie Zhang**491-513 The Lognormal Race: A Cognitive-Process Model of Choice and Latency with Desirable Psychometric Properties***by*Jeffrey Rouder & Jordan Province & Richard Morey & Pablo Gomez & Andrew Heathcote**514-515 Remarks and a Correction of Ligtvoet’s Treatment of the Isotonic Partial Credit Model***by*Rudy Ligtvoet**516-534 Constrained Stochastic Extended Redundancy Analysis***by*Wayne DeSarbo & Heungsun Hwang & Ashley Stadler Blank & Eelco Kappe**535-559 Lord–Wingersky Algorithm Version 2.0 for Hierarchical Item Factor Models with Applications in Test Scoring, Scale Alignment, and Model Fit Testing***by*Li Cai**560-561 Book Review***by*Rafael Garcia & Lee Sechrest**562-564 Book Review***by*Ariel Aloe & Bernd Weiss**565-567 Minutes of the Psychometric Society Business Meeting, Pyle Center, University of Wisconsin Madison, Wisconsin***by*Terry Ackerman

### 2015, Volume 80, Issue 1

**1-20 Psychometrics Behind Computerized Adaptive Testing***by*Hua-Hua Chang**21-43 A Penalty Approach to Differential Item Functioning in Rasch Models***by*Gerhard Tutz & Gunther Schauberger**44-64 A Priori Reliability of Tests with Cut Score***by*Guido Magnano & Chiara Tannoia & Chiara Andrà**65-84 Conditional Statistical Inference with Multistage Testing Designs***by*Robert Zwitser & Gunter Maris**85-100 Consistency of Nonparametric Classification in Cognitive Diagnosis***by*Shiyu Wang & Jeff Douglas**101-125 Generalized Functional Extended Redundancy Analysis***by*Heungsun Hwang & Hye Suk & Yoshio Takane & Jang-Han Lee & Jooseop Lim**126-150 Factor Copula Models for Item Response Data***by*Aristidis Nikoloulopoulos & Harry Joe**151-181 Cultural Consensus Theory for the Ordinal Data Case***by*Royce Anders & William Batchelder**182-195 Quantile Lower Bounds to Reliability Based on Locally Optimal Splits***by*Tyler Hunt & Peter Bentler**196-199 Comment on the Asymptotics of a Distribution-Free Goodness of Fit Test Statistic***by*Michael Browne & Alexander Shapiro**200-204 A Note on Weighted Likelihood and Jeffreys Modal Estimation of Proficiency Levels in Polytomous Item Response Models***by*David Magis**205-235 Bayesian Estimation of Multinomial Processing Tree Models with Heterogeneity in Participants and Items***by*Dora Matzke & Conor Dolan & William Batchelder & Eric-Jan Wagenmakers**236-256 Evaluating Predictors of Dispersion: A Comparison of Dominance Analysis and Bayesian Model Averaging***by*Yiyun Shou & Michael Smithson**257-258 Book Review***by*Kees Montfort & Johan Oud**259-261 Book Review***by*Howard Wainer

### 2014, Volume 79, Issue 4

**543-568 A Class of Distribution-Free Models for Longitudinal Mediation Analysis***by*D. Gunzler & W. Tang & N. Lu & P. Wu & X. Tu**569-584 Testing for Measurement Invariance with Respect to an Ordinal Variable***by*Edgar Merkle & Jinyan Fan & Achim Zeileis**585-604 Consistent Partial Least Squares for Nonlinear Structural Equation Models***by*Theo Dijkstra & Karin Schermelleh-Engel**605-620 A Unified Framework for the Comparison of Treatments with Ordinal Responses***by*Tong-Yu Lu & Wai-Yin Poon & Siu Cheung**621-646 Bayesian Inferences of Latent Class Models with an Unknown Number of Classes***by*Jia-Chiun Pan & Guan-Hua Huang**647-674 A Beta Unfolding Model for Continuous Bounded Responses***by*Yvonnick Noel**675-700 An Idiographic Approach to Estimating Models of Dyadic Interactions with Differential Equations***by*Joel Steele & Emilio Ferrer & John Nesselroade**701-732 Moderation Analysis Using a Two-Level Regression Model***by*Ke-Hai Yuan & Ying Cheng & Scott Maxwell**733-735 G. ENGELHARD, JR. (2013) Invariant Measurement: Using Rasch Models in the Social, Behavioral, and Health Sciences***by*Kenneth Royal

### 2014, Volume 79, Issue 3

**355-356 In Memoriam, Roger E. Millsap 1954–2014***by*Alberto Maydeu-Olivares**357-376 Rating Scales as Predictors—The Old Question of Scale Level and Some Answers***by*Gerhard Tutz & Jan Gertheiss**377-402 An Analysis of Item Response Theory and Rasch Models Based on the Most Probable Distribution Method***by*Stefano Noventa & Luca Stefanutti & Giulio Vidotto**403-425 Combining Item Response Theory and Diagnostic Classification Models: A Psychometric Model for Scaling Ability and Diagnosing Misconceptions***by*Laine Bradshaw & Jonathan Templin**426-443 Three-Mode Factor Analysis by Means of Candecomp/Parafac***by*Alwin Stegeman & Tam Lam**444-469 Analytic Standard Errors for Exploratory Process Factor Analysis***by*Guangjian Zhang & Michael Browne & Anthony Ong & Sy Chow**470-488 Partial Likelihood Estimation of IRT Models with Censored Lifetime Data: An Application to Mental Disorders in the ESEMeD Surveys***by*Carlos Forero & Josué Almansa & Núria Adroher & Jeroen Vermunt & Gemma Vilagut & Ron Graaf & Josep-Maria Haro & Jordi Alonso Caballero**489-514 Risk Patterns and Correlated Brain Activities. Multidimensional Statistical Analysis of fMRI Data in Economic Decision Making Study***by*Alena Bömmel & Song Song & Piotr Majer & Peter Mohr & Hauke Heekeren & Wolfgang Härdle**515-537 Modeling Motivated Misreports to Sensitive Survey Questions***by*Ulf Böckenholt**538-539 T. RAYKOV & G.A. MARCOULIDES (2010) Introduction to Psychometric Theory***by*Bernhard Gschrey & Ali Ünlü**540-542 ROSENBAUM, P.R. (2010). Design of Observational Studies***by*Luke Miratrix

### 2014, Volume 79, Issue 2

**185-209 Hierarchical Approximate Bayesian Computation***by*Brandon Turner & Trisha Zandt**210-231 Analyses of Model Fit and Robustness. A New Look at the PISA Scaling Model Underlying Ranking of Countries According to Reading Literacy***by*Svend Kreiner & Karl Christensen**232-254 Information Matrices and Standard Errors for MLEs of Item Parameters in IRT***by*Ke-Hai Yuan & Ying Cheng & Jeff Patton**255-274 A Speeded Item Response Model: Leave the Harder till Later***by*Yu-Wei Chang & Rung-Ching Tsai & Nan-Jung Hsu**275-302 Bayesian Hierarchical Multivariate Formulation with Factor Analysis for Nested Ordinal Data***by*Terrance Savitsky & Daniel McCaffrey**303-316 An Inequality for Correlations in Unidimensional Monotone Latent Variable Models for Binary Variables***by*Jules Ellis**317-339 Hierarchical Diagnostic Classification Models: A Family of Models for Estimating and Testing Attribute Hierarchies***by*Jonathan Templin & Laine Bradshaw**340-346 Hierarchical Diagnostic Classification Models Morphing into Unidimensional ‘Diagnostic’ Classification Models—A Commentary***by*Matthias Davier & Shelby Haberman**347-354 The Use and Misuse of Psychometric Models***by*Jonathan Templin & Laine Bradshaw

### 2014, Volume 79, Issue 1

**1-19 Evaluating the Equal-Interval Hypothesis with Test Score Scales***by*Ben Domingue**20-50 Model-Implied Instrumental Variable—Generalized Method of Moments (MIIV-GMM) Estimators for Latent Variable Models***by*Kenneth Bollen & Stanislav Kolenikov & Shawn Bauldry**51-59 The Nonsingularity of Γ in Covariance Structure Analysis of Nonnormal Data***by*Robert Jennrich & Albert Satorra**60-83 Nonlinear Random-Effects Mixture Models for Repeated Measures***by*Casey Codd & Robert Cudeck**84-104 Additive Multilevel Item Structure Models with Random Residuals: Item Modeling for Explanation and Item Generation***by*Sun-Joo Cho & Paul Boeck & Susan Embretson & Sophia Rabe-Hesketh**105-129 Spectral Decompositions of Multiple Time Series: A Bayesian Non-parametric Approach***by*Christian Macaro & Raquel Prado**130-153 School System Evaluation by Value Added Analysis Under Endogeneity***by*Jorge Manzi & Ernesto San Martín & Sébastien Van Bellegem**154-174 Does Standard Deviation Matter? Using “Standard Deviation” to Quantify Security of Multistage Testing***by*Chun Wang & Yi Zheng & Hua-Hua Chang**175-177 J.J. HOX & J.K. ROBERTS (EDS.) (2010) Handbook of Advanced Multilevel Analysis***by*Nathaniel Helwig & Carolyn Anderson

### 2013, Volume 78, Issue 4

**605-623 Observed-Score Equating: An Overview***by*Alina Davier**624-647 A Bayesian Modeling Approach for Generalized Semiparametric Structural Equation Models***by*Xin-Yuan Song & Zhao-Hua Lu & Jing-Heng Cai & Edward Ip**648-668 Modeling Differences in the Dimensionality of Multiblock Data by Means of Clusterwise Simultaneous Component Analysis***by*Kim De Roover & Eva Ceulemans & Marieke Timmerman & John Nezlek & Patrick Onghena**669-684 Constrained Candecomp/Parafac via the Lasso***by*Paolo Giordani & Roberto Rocci**685-709 A Nondegenerate Penalized Likelihood Estimator for Variance Parameters in Multilevel Models***by*Yeojin Chung & Sophia Rabe-Hesketh & Vincent Dorie & Andrew Gelman & Jingchen Liu**710-724 Assessing Parameter Invariance in the BLIM: Bipartition Models***by*Debora Chiusole & Luca Stefanutti & Pasquale Anselmi & Egidio Robusto**725-739 The Special Sign Indeterminacy of the Direct-Fitting Parafac2 Model: Some Implications, Cautions, and Recommendations for Simultaneous Component Analysis***by*Nathaniel Helwig**740-768 Nonlinear Regime-Switching State-Space (RSSS) Models***by*Sy-Miin Chow & Guangjian Zhang**769-792 An Application of the LC-LSTM Framework to the Self-esteem Instability Case***by*Guido Alessandri & Michele Vecchione & Brent Donnellan & John Tisak**793-814 Modelling Dyadic Interaction with Hawkes Processes***by*Peter Halpin & Paul Boeck**815-829 Harmonic Regression and Scale Stability***by*Yi-Hsuan Lee & Shelby Haberman**830-855 Explanatory Multidimensional Multilevel Random Item Response Model: An Application to Simultaneous Investigation of Word and Person Contributions to Multidimensional Lexical Representations***by*Sun-Joo Cho & Jennifer Gilbert & Amanda Goodwin**856-857 J. Maindonald, & W.J. Braun (2010) Data Analysis and Graphics Using R: An Example Based Approach (Cambridge Series in Statistical and Probabilistic Mathematics) Third Edition***by*Paul Gerrard

### 2013, Volume 78, Issue 3

**395-395 Announcement re: A Survey of the Sources of Noise in FMRI DOI 10.1007/s11336-012-9294-0***by*Gwen Exner**396-416 A Survey of the Sources of Noise in fMRI***by*Douglas Greve & Gregory Brown & Bryon Mueller & Gary Glover & Thomas Liu**417-440 Assessing Item Fit for Unidimensional Item Response Theory Models Using Residuals from Estimated Item Response Functions***by*Shelby Haberman & Sandip Sinharay & Kyong Chon**441-463 On the Likelihood Ratio Tests in Bivariate ACDE Models***by*Hao Wu & Michael Neale**464-480 IRT Test Equating in Complex Linkage Plans***by*Michela Battauz**481-497 Using Deterministic, Gated Item Response Theory Model to Detect Test Cheating due to Item Compromise***by*Zhan Shu & Robert Henson & Richard Luecht**498-525 Multiobjective Blockmodeling for Social Network Analysis***by*Michael Brusco & Patrick Doreian & Douglas Steinley & Cinthia Satornino**526-537 Oblique Rotaton in Canonical Correlation Analysis Reformulated as Maximizing the Generalized Coefficient of Determination***by*Hironori Satomura & Kohei Adachi**538-544 A Note on the Hierarchical Model for Responses and Response Times in Tests of van der Linden (2007)***by*Jochen Ranger**545-552 Continuous Orthogonal Complement Functions and Distribution-Free Goodness of Fit Tests in Moment Structure Analysis***by*Robert Jennrich & Albert Satorra**553-553 Erratum to: Continuous orthogonal complement functions and distribution-free goodness of fit tests in moment structure analysis***by*Robert Jennrich & Albert Satorra**554-555 Erratum to: Using the Criterion-Predictor Factor Model to Compute the Probability of Detecting Prediction Bias with Ordinary Least Squares Regression***by*Steven Culpepper**556-556 Erratum to: Exploratory Bi-factor Analysis***by*Robert Jennrich & Peter Bentler**557-575 Monitoring Scale Scores over Time via Quality Control Charts, Model-Based Approaches, and Time Series Techniques***by*Yi-Hsuan Lee & Alina Davier**576-600 Detecting Intervention Effects Using a Multilevel Latent Transition Analysis with a Mixture IRT Model***by*Sun-Joo Cho & Allan Cohen & Brian Bottge**601-603 WIM J. VAN DER LINDEN & CEES A.W. GLAS (EDS.) (2010) Elements of Adaptive Testing***by*Usama Ali & Peter Rijn

### 2013, Volume 78, Issue 2

**211-236 Seeking a Balance Between the Statistical and Scientific Elements in Psychometrics***by*Mark Wilson**237-239 In Memoriam Joseph B. Kruskal 1928–2010***by*J. Carroll & Phipps Arabie**240-242 Modeling fMRI Data: Challenges and Opportunities***by*Alberto Maydeu-Olivares & Gregory Brown**243-259 Extracting Intrinsic Functional Networks with Feature-Based Group Independent Component Analysis***by*Vince Calhoun & Elena Allen**260-278 A Hierarchical Modeling Approach to Data Analysis and Study Design in a Multi-site Experimental fMRI Study***by*Bo Zhou & Anna Konstorum & Thao Duong & Kinh Tieu & William Wells & Gregory Brown & Hal Stern & Babak Shahbaba**279-307 State-Space Analysis of Working Memory in Schizophrenia: An FBIRN Study***by*Firdaus Janoos & Gregory Brown & Istvan Mórocz & William Wells**308-321 An Introduction to Normalization and Calibration Methods in Functional MRI***by*Thomas Liu & Gary Glover & Bryon Mueller & Douglas Greve & Gregory Brown**322-340 A New Zero-Inflated Negative Binomial Methodology for Latent Category Identification***by*Simon Blanchard & Wayne DeSarbo**341-379 Identification of the 1PL Model with Guessing Parameter: Parametric and Semi-parametric Results***by*Ernesto San Martín & Jean-Marie Rolin & Luis Castro**380-394 Factor Analysis with EM Algorithm Never Gives Improper Solutions when Sample Covariance and Initial Parameter Matrices Are Proper***by*Kohei Adachi

### 2013, Volume 78, Issue 1

**5-13 In memoriam, J. Douglas Carroll 1939–2011***by*Willem Heiser**14-36 A Multicomponent Latent Trait Model for Diagnosis***by*Susan Embretson & Xiangdong Yang**37-58 A Procedure for Dimensionality Analyses of Response Data from Various Test Designs***by*Jinming Zhang**59-82 Tests of Measurement Invariance Without Subgroups: A Generalization of Classical Methods***by*Edgar Merkle & Achim Zeileis**83-97 Testing Manifest Monotonicity Using Order-Constrained Statistical Inference***by*Jesper Tijmstra & David Hessen & Peter Heijden & Klaas Sijtsma**98-115 Optimal and Most Exact Confidence Intervals for Person Parameters in Item Response Theory Models***by*Anna Doebler & Philipp Doebler & Heinz Holling**116-133 How Should We Assess the Fit of Rasch-Type Models? Approximating the Power of Goodness-of-Fit Statistics in Categorical Data Analysis***by*Alberto Maydeu-Olivares & Rosa Montaño