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### 1994, Volume 59, Issue 2

**241-251 An ordinal coefficient of relational agreement for multiple judges***by*Robert Fagot**253-267 A conservative inverse normal test procedure for combining p-values in integrative research***by*Hilary Saner**269-270 An inequality between the weighted average and the rowwise correlation coefficient for proximity matrices***by*Wim Krijnen**271-272 Review***by*Terry Ackerman

### 1994, Volume 59, Issue 1

**5-20 Identification of inconsistent variates in factor analysis***by*Yutaka Kano & Masamori Ihara**21-47 The statistical analysis of general processing tree models with the EM algorithm***by*Xiangen Hu & William Batchelder**49-57 A modification of Feldt's test of the equality of two dependent alpha coefficients***by*Yousef Alsawalmeh & Leonard Feldt**59-75 Optimal sequential designs for on-line item estimation***by*Douglas Jones & Zhiying Jin**77-79 A new proof for monotone likelihood ratio for the sum of independent bernoulli random variables***by*Huynh Huynh**81-90 The Harris-Kaiser independent cluster rotation as a method for rotation to simple component weights***by*Henk Kiers & Jos Berge**91-96 A general model for preferential and triadic choice in terms of centralF distribution functions***by*Daniel Ennis & Norman Johnson**97-110 Similarities derived from 3-d nonlinear psychophysics: Variance distributions***by*Robert Gregson**111-119 On equivalence between a partial credit item and a set of independent Rasch binary items***by*Huynh Huynh**121-134 Identification with deficient rank loading matrices in confirmatory factor analysis: Multitrait-multimethod models***by*David Grayson & Herbert Marsh**135-137 Computer announcement amos: Analysis of moment structures***by*James Arbuckle**139-142 Reviews***by*Wim Linden

### 1993, Volume 58, Issue 4

**525-543 Measurement invariance, factor analysis and factorial invariance***by*William Meredith**545-565 A latent class unfolding model for analyzing single stimulus preference ratings***by*Geert Soete & Willem Heiser**567-574 A monotonically convergent algorithm for factals***by*Henk Kiers & Yoshio Takane & Ab Mooijaart**575-585 A general model for two-level data with responses missing at random***by*Roderick McDonald**587-599 Ability estimation for conventional tests***by*Jwa Kim & W. Nicewander**601-615 Fisher transformations for correlations corrected for selection and missing data***by*Jorge Mendoza**617-629 On quantifying different types of categorical data***by*Shizuhiko Nishisato

### 1993, Volume 58, Issue 3

**375-394 A maximum likelihood method for latent class regression involving a censored dependent variable***by*Kamel Jedidi & Venkatram Ramaswamy & Wayne Desarbo**395-415 A dynamic generalization of the Rasch model***by*N. Verhelst & C. Glas**417-429 Local homogeneity in latent trait models. A characterization of the homogeneous monotone irt model***by*Jules Ellis & Arnold Wollenberg**431-443 A scale-invariant treatment for recursive path models***by*Roderick McDonald & Prudence Parker & Tomoichi Ishizuka**445-469 Additive and multiplicative models for gamma distributed random variables, and their application as psychometric models for response times***by*Eric Maris**471-488 The nontruncated marginal of a truncated bivariate normal distribution***by*Barry Arnold & Robert Beaver & Richard Groeneveld & William Meeker**489-509 Estimating latent distributions in recurrent choice data***by*Ulf Böckenholt**511-512 A SAS macro for calculating the line-of sight measure of interobject dissimilarity***by*William G. Jacoby**513-514 Reviews***by*Margo Jansen**515-516 Reviews***by*Ramalingam Shanmugam

### 1993, Volume 58, Issue 2

**159-194 A model-based standardization approach that separates true bias/DIF from group ability differences and detects test bias/DTF as well as item bias/DIF***by*Robin Shealy & William Stout**195-209 The bias function of the maximum likelihood estimate of ability for the dichotomous response level***by*Fumiko Samejima**211-232 A simple Gauss-Newton procedure for covariance structure analysis with high-level computer languages***by*Robert Cudeck & Kelli Klebe & Susan Henly**233-256 A thurstonian pairwise choice model with univariate and multivariate spline transformations***by*Geert Soete & Suzanne Winsberg**257-279 The relative sensitivities of same-different and identification judgment models to perceptual dependence***by*Daniel Ennis & F. Ashby**281-314 Grice-representability of response time distribution families***by*Ehtibar Dzhafarov**315-330 A latent class approach to fitting the weighted Euclidean model, clascal***by*Suzanne Winsberg & Geert Soete**331-338 Constructing measures with maximum reliability***by*M. Knott & D. Bartholomew**339-355 Constrained DEDICOM***by*Henk Kiers & Yoshio Takane**357-370 A generalized family of coefficients of relational agreement for numerical scales***by*Robert Fagot

### 1993, Volume 58, Issue 1

**7-35 Points of view analysis revisited: Fitting multidimensional structures to optimal distance components with cluster restrictions on the variables***by*Jacqueline Meulman & Peter Verboon**37-52 The asymptotic posterior normality of the latent trait in an IRT model***by*Hua-Hua Chang & William Stout**53-69 The rowwise correlation between two proximity matrices and the partial rowwise correlation***by*Han Vries**71-78 Comparing one-step M-estimators of location when there are more than two groups***by*Rand Wilcox**79-85 Should “multiple imputations” be treated as “multiple indicators”?***by*Robert Mislevy**87-99 The partial credit model and null categories***by*Mark Wilson & Geofferey Masters**101-114 Analysis of asymmetry by a slide-vector***by*Berrie Zielman & Willem Heiser**115-118 An alternating least squares method for the weighted approximation of a symmetric matrix***by*Jos Berge & Henk Kiers**119-138 An approximation for the bias function of the maximum likelihood estimate of a latent variable for the general case where the item responses are discrete***by*Fumiko Samejima**139-141 Some relationships between the information function of IRT and the signal/noise ratio and reliability coefficient of classical test theory***by*W. Nicewander**143-143 PC-group: A classification analysis program***by*David Malitz & Robert Godbout**145-152 Reviews***by*Herbert Marsh & Robert Boik

### 1992, Volume 57, Issue 4

**469-497 Circumplex models for correlation matrices***by*Michael Browne**499-520 Four bootstrap confidence intervals for the binomial-error model***by*Miao-Hsiang Lin & Chao Hsiung**521-538 Sequential sampling designs for the two-parameter item response theory model***by*Martijn Berger**539-565 The integration of multidimensional scaling and multivariate analysis with optimal transformations***by*Jacqueline Meulman**567-580 Imputation of missing categorical data by maximizing internal consistency***by*Stef Buuren & Jan Rijckevorsel**581-597 Factor analysis for clustered observations***by*N. Longford & B. Muthén**599-614 The irrelevance of distributional assumptions on reaction times in multidimensional scaling of same/different judgment tasks***by*Gert Storms & Luc Delbeke**615-619 Measuring misinformation in repeat trial pick 1 of 2 tests***by*Pamela Henderson & Bruce Buchanan**625-626 Minutes Psychometric Society Business Meeting July 10, 1992***by*Terry Ackerman

### 1992, Volume 57, Issue 3

**333-349 Dynamic factor analysis of nonstationary multivariate time series***by*Peter Molenaar & Jan Gooijer & Bernhard Schmitz**351-356 Alternative solutions for optimization problems in generalizability theory***by*Piet Sanders**357-369 Constructing a covariance matrix that yields a specified minimizer and a specified minimum discrepancy function value***by*Robert Cudeck & Michael Browne**371-382 Minimization of a class of matrix trace functions by means of refined majorization***by*Henk Kiers & Jos Berge**383-397 Testing for DIF in a model with single peaked item characteristic curves: The parella model***by*Herbert Hoijtink & Ivo Molenaar**399-404 Asymptotic distributions of the estimators of communalities in factor analysis***by*Masanori Ichikawa**405-414 Extensions of Rasch's multiplicative poisson model***by*Margo Jansen & Marijtje Duijn**415-422 An efficient algorithm for TUCKALS3 on data with large numbers of observation units***by*Henk Kiers & Pieter Kroonenberg & Jos Berge**423-436 Full-information item bi-factor analysis***by*Robert Gibbons & Donald Hedeker**437-450 Computing maximum likelihood estimates of loglinear models from marginal sums with special attention to loglinear item response theory***by*Henk Kelderman**451-457 Reviews***by*Adri Smaling & Geert Soete

### 1992, Volume 57, Issue 2

**169-181 Constructing the exact significance level for a person fit statistic***by*Michelle Liou & Chih-Hsin Chang**183-201 A comparison of generalized and modified sample biserial correlation estimators***by*Edward Bedrick**203-215 Beyond principal component analysis: A trilinear decomposition model and least squares estimation***by*Tuan Pham & Joachim Möcks**217-236 Ordinal test fidelity estimated by an item sampling model***by*Norman Cliff & John Donoghue**237-259 Influence in canonical correlation analysis***by*Mario Romanazzi**261-269 The EM algorithm for latent class analysis with equality constraints***by*Ab Mooijaart & Peter Heijden**271-288 An automated test development of parallel tests from a seed test***by*Ronald Armstrong & Douglas Jones & Ing-Long Wu**289-311 On the misuse of manifest variables in the detection of measurement bias***by*William Meredith & Roger Millsap**313-315 SAS® macro programs for statistical graphics***by*Michael Friendly**316-317 META_SAS: A method for detecting moderators after a meta-analysis***by*Abraham Sagie & Meni Koslowsky**319-326 Reviews***by*Rian Blokland-Vogelesang & Henk Kiers

### 1992, Volume 57, Issue 1

**5-27 Multicategorical spline model for item response theory***by*Michal Abrahamowicz & James Ramsay**29-42 A general approach to categorical data analysis with missing data, using generalized linear models with composite links***by*David Rindskopf**43-69 Tscale: A new multidimensional scaling procedure based on tversky's contrast model***by*Wayne DeSarbo & Michael Johnson & Ajay Manrai & Lalita Manrai & Elizabeth Edwards**71-88 The application of latent class models in adaptive testing***by*George Macready & C. Mitchell Dayton**89-105 Structural equation models with continuous and polytomous variables***by*Sik-Yum Lee & Wai-Yin Poon & P. Bentler**107-118 Examining differential item functioning due to item difficulty and alternative attractiveness***by*Paul Westers & Henk Kelderman**119-140 Correspondence analysis and optimal structural representations***by*Lawrence Hubert & Phipps Arabie**141-154 Comparing one-step m-estimators of location corresponding to two independent groups***by*Rand Wilcox**156-159 Reviews***by*J. Ramsay & Trond Petersen**160-160 On the use of ridit analysis***by*J. Beder & R. Heim

### 1991, Volume 56, Issue 4

**567-587 Was euclid an unnecessarily sophisticated psychologist?***by*Phipps Arabie**589-600 A generalized rasch model for manifest predictors***by*Aeilko Zwinderman**601-609 A general solution for a class of weakly constrained linear regression problems***by*Jos Berge**611-630 Kernel smoothing approaches to nonparametric item characteristic curve estimation***by*J. Ramsay**631-636 Kruskal's polynomial for 2×2×2 arrays and a generalization to 2×n×n arrays***by*Jos Berge**637-651 An extension of the rating scale model with an application to the measurement of change***by*G. Fischer & P. Parzer**653-665 Equivalent models in covariance structure analysis***by*Thom Luijben**667-684 Relationships among several methods of linearly constrained correspondence analysis***by*Yoshio Takane & Haruo Yanai & Shinichi Mayekawa**685-698 Spatial and conjoint models based on pairwise comparisons of dissimilarities and combined effects: Complete and incomplete designs***by*Randall Bissett & Bruce Schneider**699-716 Constrained latent class analysis: Simultaneous classification and scaling of discrete choice data***by*Ulf Böckenholt & Ingo Böckenholt**725-726 Announcement***by*Mark Reckase

### 1991, Volume 56, Issue 3

**365-379 Maximum marginal likelihood estimation for semiparametric item analysis***by*J. Ramsay & S. Winsberg**381-395 Testing whether independent treatment groups have equal medians***by*Rand Wilcox**397-417 Enumeration and simulation methods for 0–1 matrices with given marginals***by*Tom Snijders**419-431 Estimating flexible distributions of ideal-points with external analysis of preferences***by*Wagner Kamakura**433-447 Fitting longitudinal reduced-rank regression models by alternating least squares***by*Catrien Bijleveld & Jan Leeuw**449-470 Hierarchical relations among three-way methods***by*Henk Kiers**471-494 A stochastic multidimensional scaling procedure for the spatial representation of three-mode, three-way pick any/J data***by*Kamel Jedidi & Wayne DeSarbo**495-515 A multidimensional latent trait model for measuring learning and change***by*Susan Embretson**517-533 Paired comparison, triple comparison, and ranking experiments as generalized linear models, and their implementation on GLIM***by*Douglas Critchlow & Michael Fligner**535-547 Exact and best confidence intervals for the ability parameter of the Rasch model***by*Karl Klauer**549-558 Review***by*Wim Jansen & Jos Dessens & Peter Heijden

### 1991, Volume 56, Issue 2

**177-196 Randomization-based inference about latent variables from complex samples***by*Robert Mislevy**197-212 Simple structure in component analysis techniques for mixtures of qualitative and quantitative variables***by*Henk Kiers**213-228 An exact and optimal standardized person test for assessing consistency with the rasch model***by*Karl Klauer**229-239 A weighted procrustes criterion***by*Martin Koschat & Deborah Swayne**241-254 EM and beyond***by*Donald Rubin**255-278 Essential independence and likelihood-based ability estimation for polytomous items***by*Brian Junker**279-307 A stochastic multidimensional scaling procedure for the empirical determination of convex indifference curves for preference/choice analysis***by*Wayne DeSarbo & Kamel Jedidi & Joel Steckel**309-315 A numerical approach to the approximate and the exact minimum rank of a covariance matrix***by*Jos Berge & Henk Kiers**317-326 Some clarifications of the CANDECOMP algorithm applied to INDSCAL***by*Jos Berge & Henk Kiers**327-348 Statistical inference for multiple choice tests***by*John Hsu & Tom Leonard & Kam-Wah Tsui**351-358 Reviews***by*Constantino Arce & J. Ramsay

### 1991, Volume 56, Issue 1

**7-27 A generalized majorization method for least souares multidimensional scaling of pseudodistances that may be negative***by*Willem Heiser**29-38 Probability of directional errors with disordinal (qualitative) interaction***by*Juliet Shaffer**39-54 Nonunique solutions to the likelihood equation for the three-parameter logistic model***by*Wendy Yen & George Burket & Robert Sykes**55-67 Assessing statistical accuracy in ability estimation: A bootstrap approach***by*Michelle Liou & Lien-Chi Yu**69-75 A simple multivariate probabilistic model for preferential and triadic choices***by*Kenneth Mullen & Daniel Ennis**77-85 Comparing the predictive powers of alternative multiple regression models***by*Michael Hagerty & V. Srinivasan**87-96 Maximizing the coefficient of generalizability under the constraint of limited resources***by*P. Sanders & T. Theunissen & S. Baas**97-120 Principal component analysis with external information on both subjects and variables***by*Yoshio Takane & Tadashi Shibayama**121-136 Multiclus: A new method for simultaneously performing multidimensional scaling and cluster analysis***by*Wayne DeSarbo & Daniel Howard & Kamel Jedidi**137-145 More “tricks of the trade”: Reparameterizing LISREL models using negative variances***by*Donald Green & Bradley Palmquist**147-152 An efficient algorithm for PARAFAC of three-way data with large numbers of observation units***by*Henk Kiers & Wim Krijnen**155-168 Reviews***by*David Andrich & Willem Kloot**169-169 Some properties of estimated scale invariant covariance structures***by*T. Dijkstra

### 1990, Volume 55, Issue 4

**577-601 On the sampling theory roundations of item response theory models***by*Paul Holland**603-616 On the use of ridit analysis***by*Jay Beder & Robert Heim**617-632 Rasch-representable reaction time distributions***by*Dirk Vorberg & Wolfgang Schwarz**633-639 Canonical analysis of contingency tables with linear constraints***by*Ulf Böckenholt & Ingo Böcknholt**641-656 A latent trait model for dichotomous choice data***by*Herbert Hoijtink**657-663 A general solution of the weighted orthonormal procrustes problem***by*Ab Mooijaart & Jacques Commandeur**665-675 Approximating a symmetric matrix***by*R. Bailey & J. Gower**677-694 Projection of a binary criterion into a model of hierarchical classes***by*Even Mechelen & Paul Boeck**695-706 The expected likelihood of transitivity of preference***by*WIlliam Gehrlein**707-720 Social networks with two sets of actors***by*Dawn Iacobucci & Stanley Wasserman**721-726 A note on distributional properties of the Jöreskog-Sörbom fit indices***by*Sadhan Maiti & Bishwa Mukherjee**727-728 When can we trust theF-approximation of the box-test?***by*Friedrich Foerster & Gerhard Stemmler

### 1990, Volume 55, Issue 3

**417-428 Majorization as a tool for optimizing a class of matrix functions***by*Henk Kiers**429-447 Inferential procedures for multifaceted coefficients of generalizability***by*Marsha Schroeder & A. Ralph Hakstian**449-460 Easy bayes estimation for rasch-type models***by*Robert Jannarone & Kai Yu & James Laughlin**461-475 Specifying optimum examinees for item parameter estimation in item response theory***by*Martha Stocking**477-494 Continuous and discrete latent structure models for item response data***by*Edward Haertel**495-515 Effect analysis and causation in linear structural equation models***by*Michael Sobel**517-518 The Problem of local optimality with OSMOD***by*Tatsuo Otsu & Takayuki Saito**519-531 Interpreting canonical correlation analysis through biplots of structure correlations and weights***by*Cajo Braak**533-549 A maximum likelihood approach to test validation with missing and censored dependent variables***by*Alan Gross**551-553 Matfit: A fortran subroutine for comparing two matrices in a subspace***by*J. Ramsay**555-558 Reviews***by*David Krackhardt**559-563 Reviews***by*Hoben Thomas

### 1990, Volume 55, Issue 2

**195-215 Modeling item responses when different subjects employ different solution strategies***by*Robert Mislevy & Norman Verhelst**217-228 On the large sample distributions of modified sample biserial correlation coefficients***by*Edward Bedrick**229-253 A nonspatial methodology for the analysis of two-way proximity data incorporating the distance-density hypothesis***by*Wayne DeSarbo & Ajay Manrai & Raymond Burke**255-262 The direct product model for the mtmm matrix parameterized as a second order factor analysis model***by*Werner Wothke & Michael Browne**263-275 Analyzing sequential categorical data: Individual variation in markov chains***by*William Gradner**277-291 Noniterative estimation and the choice of the number of factors in exploratory factor analysis***by*Yutaka Kano**293-325 A new item response theory modeling approach with applications to unidimensionality assessment and ability estimation***by*William Strout**327-336 Some properties of estimated scale invariant covariance structures***by*t. Dijkstra**337-352 The robustness of estimates of total indirect effects in covariance structure models estimated by maximum***by*Clement Stone & Michael Sobel**353-370 A minimum-cost network-flow solution to the case V thurstone scaling problem***by*James Lattin**371-390 The effect of uncertainty of item parameter estimation on ability estimates***by*Robert Tsutakawa & Jane Johnson**391-403 Multivariate thurstonian models***by*Ulf Böckenholt**405-409 New lower and upper bounds for communality in factor analysis***by*Haruo Yanai & Masanori Ichikawa

### 1990, Volume 55, Issue 1

**5-18 The Dutch Identity: A new tool for the study of item response models***by*Paul Holland**19-32 The robustness of the usual correction for restriction in range due to explicit selection***by*D. Holmes**33-44 A Monte Carlo investigation of conjoint analysis index-of-fit: Goodness of fit, significance and power***by*U. Umesh & Sanjay Mishra**45-51 A three-stage estimation procedure for structural equation models with polytomous variables***by*Sik-Yum Lee & Wai-Yin Poon & P. Bentler**53-63 Posterior probabilities for a consensus ordering***by*Michael Fligner & Joseph Verducci**65-74 A latent-trait based reliability estimate and upper bound***by*W. Nicewander**75-106 The many null distributions of person fit indices***by*Ivo Molenaar & Herbert Hoijtink**107-122 Latent curve analysis***by*William Meredith & John Tisak**123-149 Least squares metric, unidimensional scaling of multivariate linear models***by*Keith Poole**151-158 A generalization of Takane's algorithm for dedicom***by*Henk Kiers & Jos Berge & Yoshio Takane & Jan Leeuw**159-164 A note on the unbiased estimation of the intraclass correlation***by*John Donoghue & Linda Collins**167-168 Reviews***by*Anne Morin**169-172 Reviews***by*Pieter Kroonenberg**173-174 Reviews***by*James Steiger**175-176 Reviews***by*Joop Pligt & Els Schie**177-181 Reviews***by*Robert Gittins**182-183 Reviews***by*Ron Visser**184-188 Reviews***by*Gérard d'Aubigny**189-189 Errata***by*Huynh Huynh

### 1989, Volume 54, Issue 4

**557-585 Latent variable modeling in heterogeneous populations***by*Bengt Muthén**587-598 Minimizing the number of observations: A generalization of the spearman-brown formula***by*P. Sanders & T. Theunissen & S. Baas