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### 2007, Volume 72, Issue 4

**489-504 Discrete Choice Models for Ordinal Response Variables: A Generalization of the Stereotype Model***by*Timothy Johnson**505-533 Multilevel Modeling with Correlated Effects***by*Jee-Seon Kim & Edward Frees**535-549 Doubly Robust-Type Estimation for Covariate Adjustment in Latent Variable Modeling***by*Takahiro Hoshino**551-561 Limits on Log Odds Ratios for Unidimensional Item Response Theory Models***by*Shelby Haberman & Paul Holland & Sandip Sinharay**563-581 Sensitivity of MRQAP Tests to Collinearity and Autocorrelation Conditions***by*David Dekker & David Krackhardt & Tom Snijders**583-600 A Comparison of Heuristic Procedures for Minimum Within-Cluster Sums of Squares Partitioning***by*Michael Brusco & Douglas Steinley**601-619 Degeneracy in Candecomp/Parafac and Indscal Explained For Several Three-Sliced Arrays With A Two-Valued Typical Rank***by*Alwin Stegeman**621-642 Signal Detection Models with Random Participant and Item Effects***by*Jeffrey Rouder & Jun Lu & Dongchu Sun & Paul Speckman & Richard Morey & Moshe Naveh-Benjamin**643-646 Bollen, K.A., & Curran, P.J. (2006). Latent curve models: A structural equation approach. Hoboken, NJ: Wiley. 285+xii pp. US$99.95. ISBN: 047145592X***by*Theodore Walls & Dustin Wielt**647-648 Nishisato, S. (2007). Multidimensional nonlinear descriptive analysis. Boca Raton, FL: Chapman & Hall/CRC. 312 + xiii pp. US$89.95. ISBN 1-58488-612-9***by*Jörg Blasius**649-651 Hambleton, R.K., Merenda, P.F., & Spielberger, C.D., (2005). Adapting educational and psychological tests for cross-cultural assessment. Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum. 378 + xii pp., 26 b&w illus. US$49.95. ISBN 0-8058-3025-1***by*Claudia Tamassia**653-653 Frees, E. (2004). Longitudinal and panel data. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. 467+viii pages. US$ 39.99. ISBN: 0-521-53538-7***by*Peter Congdon**655-656 Hubert, L., Arabie, P., & Meulman, J. (2006). The structural representation of proximity matrices with MATLAB. Philadelphia: SIAM. xvi+214 pp. US$79.00. ISBN 0898716071***by*Michael Brusco**669-670 Psychometric Society Business Meeting Minutes***by*Tower Funabori

### 2007, Volume 72, Issue 3

**287-308 A Hierarchical Framework for Modeling Speed and Accuracy on Test Items***by*Wim van der Linden**309-326 A Polychoric Instrumental Variable (PIV) Estimator for Structural Equation Models with Categorical Variables***by*Kenneth Bollen & Albert Maydeu-Olivares**327-346 A Bayesian Semiparametric Latent Variable Model for Mixed Responses***by*Ludwig Fahrmeir & Alexander Raach**347-360 A Unified Approach to Power Calculation and Sample Size Determination for Random Regression Models***by*Gwowen Shieh**361-375 Design And Analysis Of Incomplete Multitrait-Multimethod Studies From A Multiplicative Perspective***by*Guangjian Zhang & Michael Browne**377-391 The Local Minima Problem in Hierarchical Classes Analysis: An Evaluation of a Simulated Annealing Algorithm and Various Multistart Procedures***by*Eva Ceulemans & Iven Mechelen & Iwin Leenen**393-411 Copula Functions for Residual Dependency***by*Johan Braeken & Francis Tuerlinckx & Paul Boeck**413-435 A Latent Transition Model With Logistic Regression***by*Hwan Chung & Theodore Walls & Yousung Park**437-441 In Spite of Indeterminacy Many Common Factor Score Estimates Yield an Identical Reproduced Covariance Matrix***by*André Beauducel**443-448 A Measure for the Reliability of a Rating Scale Based on Longitudinal Clinical Trial Data***by*Annouschka Laenen & Ariel Alonso & Geert Molenberghs**449-450 Hensher, D.A., Rose, J.M., & Greene, W.H. (2005). Applied choice analysis: A primer. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. 742+xxiv pp. US$60.00. ISBN: 0-521-60577-6***by*Timothy Johnson**451-454 Models for intensive longitudinal data***by*Kees Montfort**455-456 Bennett, W., Jr., Lance, C., & Woehr, D. (2006). Performance measurement: Current perspectives and future challenges. Mahwah, NJ: Erlbaum. 361 +xvii pp. US$99.95. ISBN 0-8058- 3696-9***by*Mo Wang

### 2007, Volume 72, Issue 2

**123-140 Multilevel and Latent Variable Modeling with Composite Links and Exploded Likelihoods***by*Sophia Rabe-Hesketh & Anders Skrondal**141-157 A class of multidimensional IRT models for testing unidimensionality and clustering items***by*Francesco Bartolucci**159-180 A Person Fit Test For Irt Models For Polytomous Items***by*C. Glas & Anna Dagohoy**181-198 Fuzzy Clusterwise Generalized Structured Component Analysis***by*Heungsun Hwang & Wayne Desarbo & Yoshio Takane**199-225 Application of local linear embedding to nonlinear exploratory latent structure analysis***by*Haonan Wang & Hari Iyer**227-243 Higher-order approximations to the distributions of fit indexes under fixed alternatives in structural equation models***by*Haruhiko Ogasawara**245-262 Item Randomized-Response Models for Measuring Noncompliance: Risk-Return Perceptions, Social Influences, and Self-Protective Responses***by*Ulf Böckenholt & Peter van der Heijden**263-268 Descriptive Social Norms as Underappreciated Sources of Social Control***by*Robert Cialdini**269-271 Publication bias in meta-analysis: Prevention, assessment and adjustments***by*Wolfgang Viechtbauer**273-274 Statistical Demography and Forecasting***by*Andreas Karlsson**275-277 Multiple correspondence analysis and related methods***by*Fionn Murtagh**279-281 Linear models for optimal test design***by*Hua-Hua Chang

### 2007, Volume 72, Issue 1

**5-23 Log-Multiplicative Association Models as Item Response Models***by*Carolyn Anderson & Hsiu-Ting Yu**25-41 A Pearson-Type-VII item response model for assessing person fluctuation***by*Pere Ferrando**43-67 A Unified Nonparametric IRT Model for d-Dimensional Psychological Test Data (d-ISOP)***by*Hartmann Scheiblechner**69-91 Conditional Covariance Theory and Detect for Polytomous Items***by*Jinming Zhang**93-106 Validating Clusters with the Lower Bound for Sum-of-Squares Error***by*Douglas Steinley**107-108 Exploratory data analysis with MATLAB***by*Clintin Davis-Stober & Stephen Broomell & Florian Lorenz**109-110 Clustering for data mining: A data recovery approach***by*Leslie Rutkowski**111-113 Playfair’s commerical and political atlas and statistical breviary***by*Leland Wilkinson**115-116 Missing data and small-area estimation: Modern analytical equipment for the survey statistician***by*Todd Bodner

### 2007, Volume 2, Issue 3

**424-457 Endogenous licensing in cumulative innovation***by*Kou Zonglai & Zhang Jian

### 2006, Volume 71, Issue 4

**615-629 Thurstonian-Based Analyses: Past, Present, and Future Utilities***by*Ulf Böckenholt**631-657 Semiparametric Thurstonian Models for Recurrent Choices: A Bayesian Analysis***by*Asim Ansari & Raghuram Iyengar**659-690 Omitted Variables in Multilevel Models***by*Jee-Seon Kim & Edward Frees**691-712 A Propensity Score Adjustment for Multiple Group Structural Equation Modeling***by*Takahiro Hoshino & Hiroshi Kurata & Kazuo Shigemasu**713-732 Limited Information Goodness-of-fit Testing in Multidimensional Contingency Tables***by*Albert Maydeu-Olivares & Harry Joe**733-761 Component Models for Fuzzy Data***by*Renato Coppi & Paolo Giordani & Pierpaolo D’Urso**763-767 Logistic Approximation to the Normal: The KL Rationale***by*Victoria Savalei**769-777 Acquiescent Responding in Balanced Multidimensional Scales and Exploratory Factor Analysis***by*Urbano Lorenzo-Seva & Antoni Rodríguez-Fornells**779-780 Social choice and the mathematics of manipulation***by*Ilia Tsetlin**781-783 Data analysis of asymmetric structures***by*Jay Verkuilen**787-787 Erratum to: Errata***by*Jay Verkuilen

### 2006, Volume 71, Issue 3

**425-440 The attack of the psychometricians***by*Denny Borsboom**441-445 In Praise of Pluralism. A Comment on Borsboom***by*Michael Kane**447-450 When a Psychometric Advance Falls in the Forest***by*Lee Clark**451-455 Psychometrics in Psychological Research: Role Model or Partner in Science?***by*Klaas Sijtsma**457-461 Measurement without Copper Instruments and Experiment without Complete Control***by*Willem Heiser**463-467 Can We Bring about a Velvet Revolution in Psychological Measurement? a Rejoinder to Commentaries***by*Denny Borsboom**469-481 Stevens’ Direct Scaling Methods and the Uniqueness Problem***by*Thomas Augustin**483-501 Degeneracy in Candecomp/Parafac explained for p × p × 2 arrays of rank p + 1 or higher***by*Alwin Stegeman**503-519 Implications of Indeterminate Factor-Error Covariances for Factor Construction, Prediction, and Determinacy***by*Wim Krijnen**521-528 Might “unique” factors be “common”? On the possibility of indeterminate common–unique covariances***by*Dave Grayson**529-540 Exact Interval Estimation, Power Calculation, and Sample Size Determination in Normal Correlation Analysis***by*Gwowen Shieh**541-564 Bayesian Analysis of Nonlinear Structural Equation Models with Nonignorable Missing Data***by*Sik-Yum Lee**565-585 Maximum Likelihood Methods in Treating Outliers and Symmetrically Heavy-Tailed Distributions for Nonlinear Structural Equation Models with Missing Data***by*Sik-Yum Lee & Ye-Mao Xia**587-592 On the asymptotic distribution of Pearson’s X 2 in cross-validation samples***by*Harry Joe & Albert Maydeu-Olivares**593-599 Necessary Conditions for Mean Square Convergence of the Best Linear Factor Predictor***by*Wim Krijnen**601-601 Generalizability theory***by*James Wardrop**603-603 The grammar of graphics***by*Howard Wainer**605-606 Exploratory social network analysis with Pajek***by*Bethany Dohleman

### 2006, Volume 71, Issue 2

**219-229 Sufficient conditions for uniqueness in Candecomp/Parafac and Indscal with random component matrices***by*Alwin Stegeman & Jos Berge & Lieven Lathauwer**231-256 Properties of and Algorithms for Fitting Three-Way Component Models with Offset Terms***by*Henk Kiers**257-279 Nonparametric Estimation of Item and Respondent Locations from Unfolding-type Items***by*Matthew Johnson**281-301 Item Response Theory with Estimation of the Latent Population Distribution Using Spline-Based Densities***by*Carol Woods & David Thissen**303-322 Loss of Information in Estimating Item Parameters in Incomplete Designs***by*Theo Eggen & Norman Verhelst**323-331 Generalized canonical correlation analysis of matrices with missing rows: a simulation study***by*Michel Velden & Tammo Bijmolt**333-345 Taxicab Correspondence Analysis***by*V. Choulakian**347-363 A Repetitive Branch-and-Bound Procedure for Minimum Within-Cluster Sums of Squares Partitioning***by*Michael Brusco**365-386 Reconstructing Distances among Objects from Their Discriminability***by*Ehtibar Dzhafarov & Hans Colonius**387-394 Bias in Estimation of Misclassification Rates***by*Shelby Haberman**395-409 Some Results on Mean Square Error for Factor Score Prediction***by*Wim Krijnen**411-413 Branch-and-bound applications in combinatorial data analysis***by*Hans-Friedrich Köhn**415-418 Explanatory Item Response Models: A Generalized Linear and Nonlinear Approach by P. de Boeck and M. Wilson and Generalized Latent Variable Modeling: Multilevel, Longitudinal and Structural Equation Models by A. Skrondal and S. Rabe-Hesketh***by*Jay Verkuilen

### 2006, Volume 71, Issue 1

**5-6 Obituary***by*Svend Kreiner**7-31 Hierarchical Multinomial Processing Tree Models: A Latent-Class Approach***by*Karl Klauer**33-55 Bayesian Estimation of Circumplex Models Subject to Prior Theory Constraints and Scale-Usage Bias***by*Peter Lenk & Michel Wedel & Ulf Böckenholt**57-77 Limited information estimation and testing of discretized multivariate normal structural models***by*Albert Maydeu-Olivares**79-104 Multilevel Model Prediction***by*Edward Frees & Jee-Seon Kim**105-120 Optimal Partitioning of Testing Time: Theoretical Properties and Practical Implications***by*Tianyou Wang & Jiawei Zhang**121-137 Computerized adaptive testing under nonparametric IRT models***by*Xueli Xu & Jeff Douglas**139-159 Mean Comparison: Manifest Variable Versus Latent Variable***by*Ke-Hai Yuan & Peter Bentler**161-171 An Extension of Multiple Correspondence Analysis for Identifying Heterogeneous Subgroups of Respondents***by*Heungsun Hwang & Hec Montréal & William Dillon & Yoshio Takane**173-191 Rotation to Simple Loadings Using Component Loss Functions: The Oblique Case***by*Robert Jennrich**193-199 Convergence of Estimates of Unique Variances in Factor Analysis, Based on the Inverse Sample Covariance Matrix***by*Wim Krijnen**201-205 The rigid orthogonal Procrustes rotation problem***by*Jos Berge**207-209 Test equating, scaling, and linking. Methods and practices***by*Alina Davier**211-214 The kernel method of test equating***by*Michael Kolen

### 2006, Volume 1, Issue 3

**373-394 Rapid industrialization and market for energy and minerals: China in the East Asian context***by*Ross Garnaut

### 2005, Volume 70, Issue 4

**599-617 Fitting Psychometric Models with Methods Based on Automatic Differentiation***by*Robert Cudeck**619-628 Comparing Latent Structures of the Grade of Membership, Rasch, and Latent Class Models***by*Elena Erosheva**629-650 Two interpretations of the discrimination parameter***by*Francis Tuerlinckx & Paul Boeck**651-669 An IRT Model with a Parameter-Driven Process for Change***by*Frank Rijmen & Paul Boeck & Han Maas**671-684 Checking the Assumptions of Rasch's Model for Speed Tests***by*M. Jansen & C. Glas**685-713 Application of Sequential Interval Estimation to Adaptive Mastery Testing***by*Yuan-chin Chang**715-736 Three-Mode Component Analysis with Crisp or Fuzzy Partition of Units***by*Roberto Rocci & Maurizio Vichi**737-757 Probabilistic Subset Conjunction***by*Rajeev Kohli & Kamel Jedidi**759-772 Variability of the MAX and MIN Statistic: A Theory of the Quantile Spread as a Function of Sample Size***by*James Townsend & Hans Colonius**773-790 Examining Interindividual Differences in Cyclicity of Pleasant and Unpleasant Affects Using Spectral Analysis and Item Response Modeling***by*Nilam Ram & Sy-Miin Chow & Ryan Bowles & Lijuan Wang & Kevin Grimm & Frank Fujita & John Nesselroade**791-798 On Nonequivalence of Several Procedures of Structural Equation Modeling***by*Ke-Hai Yuan & Wai Chan**799-801 J.C. Gower and G.B. Dijksterhuis.Procrustes problems. New York: Oxford University Press***by*Jos Berge

### 2005, Volume 70, Issue 3

**405-425 Combining speed and accuracy to assess error-free cognitive processes***by*Mark Glickman & Jeremy Gray & Carlos Morales**427-430 The applicability of deadline models: Comment on Glickman, Gray, and Morales (2005)***by*Jeffrey Rouder**431-432 Rejoinder: combining speed and accuracy to assess error-free cognitive processes***by*Mark Glickman & Jeremy Gray & Carlos Morales**433-460 Simultaneous classification and multidimensional scaling with external information***by*Henk Kiers & Donatella Vicari & Maurizio Vichi**461-480 Hierarchical classes models for three-way three-mode binary data: interrelations and model selection***by*Eva Ceulemans & Iven Mechelen**481-496 A relation between a between-item multidimensional IRT model and the mixture rasch model***by*Frank Rijmen & Paul De Boeck**497-516 Constant latent odds-ratios models and the mantel-haenszel null hypothesis***by*David Hessen**517-531 On the existence and uniqueness of JML estimates for the partial credit model***by*Lucio Bertoli-Barsotti**533-555 High-dimensional maximum marginal likelihood item factor analysis by adaptive quadrature***by*Stephen Schilling & R. Bock**557-578 Causal inferences with group based trajectory models***by*Amelia Haviland & Daniel Nagin**579-586 A note on the estimator of the alpha coefficient for standardized variables under normality***by*Kentaro Hayashi & Akihito Kamata

### 2005, Volume 70, Issue 2

**227-251 Measurement analogies: comparisons of behavioral and physical measures***by*R. Luce**253-270 Optimal Least-Squares Unidimensional Scaling: Improved Branch-and-Bound Procedures and Comparison to Dynamic Programming***by*Michael Brusco & Stephanie Stahl**271-281 On a test of dimensionality in redundancy analysis***by*Yoshio Takane & Heungsun Hwang**283-304 Stochastic Ordering Of the Latent Trait by the Sum Score Under Various Polytomous IRT Models***by*L. Ark**305-324 An Item Response Model for Nominal Data Based on the Rising Selection Ratios Criterion***by*Javier Revuelta**325-345 Selecting the number of classes under latent class regression: a factor analytic analogue***by*Guan-Hua Huang**347-358 Power and sample size calculations for multivariate linear models with random explanatory variables***by*Gwowen Shieh**359-376 Psychometric Modeling of response speed and accuracy with mixed and conditional regression***by*Gerard Breukelen**377-381 Are unshifted distributional models appropriate for response time?***by*Jeffrey Rouder**383-388 Models for the statistics and mechanisms of response speed and accuracy***by*Michael Wenger**389-391 Psychometrics, Psychonomics, Psychonometrics: Rejoinder To Rouder And Wenger***by*Gerard Breukelen

### 2005, Volume 70, Issue 1

**9-10 Ledyard R Tucker (1910-2004)***by*Neil Dorans & Robert MacCallum**11-30 Exact tests for the rasch model via sequential importance sampling***by*Yuguo Chen & Dylan Small**31-43 Likelihood inference on the underlying structure of IRT models***by*Francesco Bartolucci & Antonio Forcina**45-69 Interpreting degenerate solutions in unfolding by use of the vector model and the compensatory distance model***by*K. Deun & P. Groenen & W. Heiser & F. Busing & L. Delbeke**71-98 Avoiding degeneracy in multidimensional unfolding by penalizing on the coefficient of variation***by*Frank Busing & Patrick Groenen & Willem Heiser**99-122 Graphical representations and odds ratios in a distance-association model for the analysis of cross-classified data***by*Mark Rooij & Willem Heiser**123-133 Cronbach’s α, Revelle’s β, and Mcdonald’s ω H : their relations with each other and two alternative conceptualizations of reliability***by*Richard Zinbarg & William Revelle & Iftah Yovel & Wen Li**135-146 Dispersion-weighted kappa: An integrative framework for metric and nominal scale agreement coefficients***by*Christof Schuster & David Smith**147-167 On muthén’s maximum likelihood for two-level covariance structure models***by*Ke-Hai Yuan & Kentaro Hayashi**169-177 Prior distributions on symmetric groups***by*Jayanti Gupta & Paul Damien**179-202 Evolutionary preference/utility functions: A dynamic perspective***by*Wayne DeSarbo & Duncan Fong & John Liechty & Jennifer Coupland**203-212 A note on ROC analysis and non-parametric estimate of sensitivity***by*Jun Zhang & Shane Mueller**213-216 A note on item information in any direction for the multidimensional three-parameter logistic model***by*Damon Bryant

### 2004, Volume 69, Issue 4

**513-545 Geometric representation of association between categories***by*Willem Heiser**547-572 A hierarchical bayesian procedure for two-mode cluster analysis***by*Wayne DeSarbo & Duncan Fong & John Liechty & M. Kim Saxton**573-592 Local influence analysis of nonlinear structural equation models***by*Sik-Yum Lee & Nian-Sheng Tang**593-611 Selection of variables in exploratory factor analysis: An empirical comparison of a stepwise and traditional approach***by*Kristine Hogarty & Jeffrey Kromrey & John Ferron & Constance Hines**613-625 The greatest lower bound to the reliability of a test and the hypothesis of unidimensionality***by*Jos Berge & Gregor Sočan**627-639 Equivalent MIRID models***by*Gunter Maris & Timo Bechger**641-654 The order-restricted association model: Two estimation algorithms and issues in testing***by*Francisca Galindo-Garre & Jeroen Vermunt**655-660 Positive loadings and factor correlations from positive covariance matrices***by*Wim Krijnen**667-668 Business Meeting minutes asilomar Conference Center, Monnterey California Wednesday, June 16, 2004***by*Terry Ackerman

### 2004, Volume 69, Issue 3

**333-353 Higher-order latent trait models for cognitive diagnosis***by*Jimmy Torre & Jeffrey Douglas**355-374 The regression trunk approach to discover treatment covariate interaction***by*Elise Dusseldorp & Jacqueline Meulman**375-399 Tucker2 hierarchical classes analysis***by*Eva Ceulemans & Iven Mechelen**401-420 A conjunctive parallelogram model for pick any/n data***by*Iwin Leenen & Iven Mechelen**421-436 Structural equation modeling with heavy tailed distributions***by*Ke-Hai Yuan & Peter Bentler & Wai Chan**437-457 On the asymptotic distributions of two statistics for two-level covariance structure models within the class of elliptical distributions***by*Ke-Hai Yuan & Peter Bentler**459-474 Exact distributions of intraclass correlation and Cronbach's alpha with Gaussian data and general covariance***by*Emily Kistner & Keith Muller**475-480 Derivative free gradient projection algorithms for rotation***by*Robert Jennrich**481-498 Model based clustering of large data sets: Tracing the development of spelling ability***by*Herbert Hoijtink & Annelise Notenboom**499-499 Reviews***by*Jim Ramsay

### 2004, Volume 69, Issue 2

**167-190 Generalized multilevel structural equation modeling***by*Sophia Rabe-Hesketh & Anders Skrondal & Andrew Pickles**191-216 Locally dependent latent trait model for polytomous responses with application to inventory of hostility***by*Edward Ip & Yuchung Wang & Paul Boeck & Michel Meulders**217-234 Analysis of distractor difficulty in multiple-choice items***by*Javier Revuelta**235-256 Asymptotic biases in exploratory factor analysis and structural equation modeling***by*Haruhiko Ogasawara**257-273 Rotation to simple loadings using component loss functions: The orthogonal case***by*Robert Jennrich**275-290 Interval estimation of gamma for anR×S table***by*Kung-Jong Lui & William Cumberland**291-303 Seeing the FisherZ-transformation***by*Charles Bond & Ken Richardson**305-315 Remarks on “equivalent linear logistic test models” by Bechger, Verstralen, and Verhelst (2002)***by*Gerhard Fischer**317-318 Equivalent LLTMS: A rejoinder***by*Timo Bechger & Huub Verstralen & Norman Verhelst & Gunter Maris**319-321 Reviews***by*Pui-Wa Lei

### 2004, Volume 69, Issue 1

**5-32 Building an identifiable latent class model with covariate effects on underlying and measured variables***by*Guan-Hua Huang & Karen Bandeen-Roche**33-54 The repeated insertion model for rankings: Missing link between two subset choice models***by*Jean-Paul Doignon & Aleksandar Pekeč & Michel Regenwetter**55-64 A widely applicable extension of the random effects two-way layout: Its definition and statistical analysis based on group invariance***by*Heng Li**65-79 A multivariate reduced-rank growth curve model with unbalanced data***by*Heungsun Hwang & Yoshio Takane**81-99 Generalized structured component analysis***by*Heungsun Hwang & Yoshio Takane**101-122 An EM algorithm for fitting two-level structural equation models***by*Jiajuan Liang & Peter Bentler**123-146 Measuring the ability of transitive reasoning, using product and strategy information***by*Samantha Bouwmeester & Klaas Sijtsma**147-157 Reliability as a function of the number of item options derived from the “knowledge or random guessing” model***by*Robert MacCann

### 2003, Volume 68, Issue 4

**483-484 Lloyd Girton Humphreys (1913–2003)***by*David Lubinski**493-517 Prediction and classification in nonlinear data analysis: Something old, something new, something borrowed, something blue***by*Jacqueline Meulman**519-541 Global and local covert visual attention: Evidence from a bayesian hidden markov model***by*John Liechty & Rik Pieters & Michel Wedel**543-549 Local vs. global covert visual attention: Are two states necessary? Comment on Liechty et al., 2003***by*Erik Reichle & Jessica Nelson**551-556 From eye movement to cognition: Toward a general framework of inference comment on Liechty et al., 2003***by*Gary Feng**557-562 Evidence for covert attention switching from eye-movements. Reply to commentaries on Liechty et al., 2003***by*Michel Wedel & Rik Pieters & John Liechty**563-583 On the use of heterogeneous thresholds ordinal regression models to account for individual differences in response style***by*Timothy Johnson**585-588 Orthomax rotation and perfect simple structure***by*Coen Bernaards & Robert Jennrich**589-606 A hierarchical bayesian statistical framework for response time distributions***by*Jeffrey Rouder & Dongchu Sun & Paul Speckman & Jun Lu & Duo Zhou**607-609 Reviews***by*Albert Maydeu-Olivares