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### September 1986, Volume 51, Issue 3

**475-478 On the reliability of the extreme score***by*Huynh Huynh**479-481 A note on Roy's largest root***by*Warren Kuhfeld**483-491 A two-stage algorithm for assessing violations of additivity via axiomatic and numerical conjoint analysis***by*Thomas Nygren**495-497 Reviews***by*Abby Israëls**498-499 Reviews***by*Erich Labouvie**501-502 Reviews***by*Ab Mooijaart

### June 1986, Volume 51, Issue 2

**177-195 Bayes modal estimation in item response models***by*Robert Mislevy**197-207 Information and preference in partial orders: A bimatrix representation***by*Wade Cook & Moshe Kress & Lawrence Seiford**209-240 Differential ordering of objects and attributes***by*J. Sutcliffe**241-250 An efficient alternating least-squares algorithm to perform multidimensional unfolding***by*Michael Greenacre & Michael Browne**251-267 Bayesian estimation of item response curves***by*Robert Tsutakawa & Hsin Lin**269-275 An approach ton-mode components analysis***by*Arie Kapteyn & Heinz Neudecker & Tom Wansbeek**277-284 A gauss-newton algorithm for exploratory factor analysis***by*Robert Jennrich**285-311 Principal components analysis of sampled functions***by*Philippe Besse & J. Ramsay**313-325 Self-selection biases in correlational studies based on questionnaires***by*Roger Bowden**327-329 A direct solution for pairwise rotations in Kaiser's varimax method***by*Klaas Nevels**331-333 The occurrence of an increase in correlation with explicit selection***by*Dennis McGuire**335-339 A note on the computation of the second-order derivatives of the elementary symmetric functions in the rasch model***by*Anton Formann**341-343 Reviews***by*Howard Wainer & Laurent Wainer

### March 1986, Volume 51, Issue 1

**3-6 Present at the birth***by*Paul Horst**7-10 Psychology as a quantitative rational science (excerpts)***by*L. Thurstone**11-22 Test theory and psychometrika: The past twenty-five years***by*Charles Lewis**23-33 Factor analysis and Psychometrika: Major developments***by*Stanley Mulaik**35-51 Structural modeling and psychometrika: An historical perspective on growth and achievements***by*P. Bentler**53-56 Statistics, data analysis and Psychometrika: Major developments***by*Mark Appelbaum**57-63 Scaling and Psychometrika: Spatial and alternative representations of similarity data***by*Warren Torgerson**65-68 Models, computers and policies: Fifty years of Psychometrika***by*Bert Green**69-91 Latent trait models and dichotomization of graded responses***by*Paul Jansen & Edward Roskam**93-99 Estimation for structural equation models with missing data***by*Sik-Yum Lee**101-112 Assessing the correspondence of one or more vectors to a symmetric matrix using ordinal regression***by*Thomas Reynolds & Kenneth Sutrick**113-121 Maximum likelihood estimation of polyserial correlations***by*Sik-Yum Lee & Wai-Yin Poon**123-135 On scaling models applied to data from several groups***by*Clifford Clogg & Leo Goodman**137-141 Probability-of-coverage tolerance intervals for the beta binomial***by*David Jarjoura**143-147 A note on structural models for the circumplex***by*Robert Cudeck**149-153 An upper bound for sstress***by*Jan Leeuw & Bert Bettonvil**155-161 Metric and nonmetric plotting models***by*Warren Kuhfeld**163-170 A PROC MATRIX program for preference-dissimilarity multidimensional scaling***by*J. Ramsey

### December 1985, Volume 50, Issue 4

**383-397 Considerations in psychometric modeling of response time***by*Bruce Bloxom**399-410 Increasing item complexity: A possible cause of scale shrinkage for unidimensional item response theory***by*Wendy Yen**411-420 Binary programming and test design***by*T. Theunissen**421-427 An application of order restricted inference methodology to a problem in psychiatry***by*Tim Robertson & Giles Warrack**429-447 Correspondence analysis used complementary to loglinear analysis***by*Peter Heijden & Jan Leeuw**449-467 Combinatorial data analysis: Association and partial association***by*Lawrence Hubert**469-477 Iterative least squares estimates of communality: Initial estimate need not affect stabilized value***by*Keith Widaman & Lawrence Herringer**479-494 External analysis with three-mode principal component models***by*Willem Kloot & Pieter Kroonenberg**495-507 On component analyses***by*William Meredith & Roger Millsap**509-537 Statistical consistency and hypothesis testing for nonmetric multidimensional scaling***by*Henry Brady**539-542 A note on the determination of configuration and weights for a class of individual scaling models***by*Vina Vani & M. Raghavachari

### September 1985, Volume 50, Issue 3

**253-263 On the multivariate asymptotic distribution of sequential Chi-square statistics***by*James Steiger & Alexander Shapiro & Michael Browne**265-274 Allowing for infeasible pairings in the matching paradigm***by*Raphael Gillett**275-300 Three-way metric unfolding via alternating weighted least squares***by*Wayne DeSarbo & J. Douglas Carroll**301-321 A constrained spline estimator of a hazard function***by*Bruce Bloxom**323-342 Factor analysis for non-normal variables***by*Ab Mooijaart**343-348 On more powerful tests of judge agreement with a known standard***by*David Robinson**349-364 Bayesian estimation in the two-parameter logistic model***by*Hariharan Swaminathan & Janice Gifford**365-366 A still further note on freeman's measure of association***by*Jane Buck & Stephen Finner**371-377 Reviews***by*Jan Leeuw & Shizuhiko Nishisato

### June 1985, Volume 50, Issue 2

**147-158 Axiomatic foundations of a three-set guttman simplex model with applicability to longitudinal data***by*Linda Collins & Norman Cliff**159-179 An examination of procedures for determining the number of clusters in a data set***by*Glenn Milligan & Martha Cooper**181-202 A dynamic factor model for the analysis of multivariate time series***by*Peter Molenaar**203-228 Understanding correlates of change by modeling individual differences in growth***by*David Rogosa & John Willett**229-242 Nonconvergence, improper solutions, and starting values in lisrel maximum likelihood estimation***by*Anne Boomsma**243-244 A note on the asymptotic distribution of the greatest lower bound to reliability***by*Alexander Shapiro**245-246 On the greatest lower bound to reliability***by*P. Bentler & J. Woodward**247-249 A note on the asymptotic variance-covariance matrix of item parameter estimates in the rasch model***by*Dato Gruijter

### March 1985, Volume 50, Issue 1

**3-16 Estimating latent correlations between repeated testings***by*Erling Andersen**17-24 A family of association coefficients for metric scales***by*Frits Zegers & Jos Berge**25-36 Least-squares theory based on general distributional assumptions with an application to the incomplete observations problem***by*B. Praag & T. Dijkstra & J. Velzen**37-49 A latent class model for rating data***by*Jürgen Rost**51-56 The simultaneous maximization of congruence for two or more matrices under orthogonal rotation***by*Frank Brokken**57-68 Estimating the imputed social cost of errors of measurement***by*Frederic Lord**69-82 A comparison of latent trait and latent class analyses of Likert-type data***by*Geofferey Masters**83-90 Power of the likelihood ratio test in covariance structure analysis***by*Albert Satorra & Willem Saris**91-119 An analysis and synthesis of multiple correspondence analysis, optimal scaling, dual scaling, homogeneity analysis and other methods for quantifying categorical multivariate data***by*Michel Tenenhaus & Forrest Young**121-122 On the relationship between Fortier's simultaneous linear prediction and van den Wollenberg's redundancy analysis***by*Jos Berge**123-127 An algorithm for generating artificial test clusters***by*Glenn Milligan**133-140 Review***by*J. Carroll**141-141 Review***by*Bert Green**142-143 Review***by*James Steiger

### December 1984, Volume 49, Issue 4

**449-473 Statistical applications of linear assignment***by*Lawrence Hubert**475-491 Confidence regions for INDSCAL using the jackknife and bootstrap techniques***by*Sharon Weinberg & J. Carroll & Harvey Cohen**493-500 A note on dual scaling of successive categories data***by*Shizuhiko Nishisato & Wen-Jenn Sheu**501-519 A response model for multiple choice items***by*David Thissen & Lynne Steinberg**521-528 The analysis of structural equation models by means of derivative free nonlinear least squares***by*Sik-Yum Lee & Robert Jennrich**529-544 The essential process in a family of measurement models***by*Geofferey Masters & Benjamin Wright**549-550 Minutes of the 1984 annual business meeting of the psychometric society***by*Mark Appelbaum

### September 1984, Volume 49, Issue 3

**289-310 The estimation of ultrametric and path length trees from rectangular proximity data***by*Geert Soete & Wayne DeSarbo & George Furnas & J. Carroll**311-323 Least squares metric, unidimensional unfolding***by*Keith Poole**325-330 A loss function for alpha factor analysis***by*Gerhard Derflinger**331-346 Redundancy analysis for qualitative variables***by*Abby Israels**347-358 A joint treatment of varimax rotation and the problem of diagonalizing symmetric matrices simultaneously in the least-squares sense***by*Jos Berge**359-381 Estimating latent distributions***by*Robert Mislevy**383-390 On the geometric approach to multivariate selection***by*C. Skinner**391-402 Upper bounds for Kruskal's stress***by*Jan Leeuw & Ineke Stoop**403-423 Matrix correlation***by*J. Ramsay & Jos Berge & G. Styan**425-435 Testing the conditional independence and monotonicity assumptions of item response theory***by*Paul Rosenbaum**437-437 Forced classification: A simple application of a quantification method***by*Shizuhiko Zishisato

### June 1984, Volume 49, Issue 2

**155-173 The effect of sampling error on convergence, improper solutions, and goodness-of-fit indices for maximum likelihood confirmatory factor analysis***by*James Anderson & David Gerbing**175-186 A general latent trait model for response processes***by*Susan Embretson (Whitely)**187-215 Constrained classification: The use of a priori information in cluster analysis***by*Wayne DeSarbo & Vijay Mahajan**217-222 A family of differentiation indices***by*Ronaldo Iachan**223-245 Loglinear Rasch model tests***by*Hendrikus Kelderman**247-255 An interactive preference ordering model and its monte carlo evaluation***by*Thomas Reynolds & Norman Cliff**257-267 Tests of sphericity of normal distributions and the analysis of repeated measures designs***by*A. Grieve**269-272 A comment on ‘some standard errors in item response theory’***by*Dato Gruijter**273-275 An alternative test for multisample sphericity***by*P. Harris**277-280 Reviews***by*Lawrence Jones**281-283 Reviews***by*Frederic Lord**284-284 Reviews***by*J. Ramsay

### March 1984, Volume 49, Issue 1

**11-24 The comparison of interdependent correlations between optimal linear composites***by*James Steiger & Michael Browne**25-36 Forced classification: A simple application of a quantification method***by*Shizuhiko Nishisato**37-47 Using phantom and imaginary latent variables to parameterize constraints in linear structural models***by*David Rindskopf**49-55 Orthogonal rotations to maximal agreement for two or more matrices of different column orders***by*Jos Berge & Dirk Knol**57-78 Synthesized clustering: A method for amalgamating alternative clustering bases with differential weighting of variables***by*Wayne DeSarbo & J. Carroll & Linda Clark & Paul Green**79-94 Linear relations amongk sets of variables***by*John Geer**95-110 Caution indices based on item response theory***by*Kikumi Tatsuoka**111-113 Differentiability of Kruskal's stress at a local minimum***by*Jan Leeuw**115-132 A general structural equation model with dichotomous, ordered categorical, and continuous latent variable indicators***by*Bengt Muthén**133-141 On approximate confidence intervals for measures of concordance***by*Albert Palachek & William Schucany**143-145 The nonconvergence of factals: A nonmetric common factor analysis***by*Ab Mooijaart**147-152 On tests for correlated proportions in the presence of incomplete data***by*D. Gokhale & B. Sirtonik

### December 1983, Volume 48, Issue 4

**493-517 Some contributions to efficient statistics in structural models: Specification and estimation of moment structures***by*P. Bentler**519-523 A generalization of Kristof's theorem on the trace of certain matrix products***by*Jos Berge**525-539 Best linear prediction of composite universe scores***by*David Jarjoura**541-552 Some types of clustering with relational constraints***by*Anuška Ferligoj & Vladimir Batagelj**553-566 A maximum likelihood method for fitting the wandering vector model***by*Geert Soete & J. Carroll**567-574 Parameter estimation in latent trait models***by*Steven Rigdon & Robert Tsutakawa**575-595 Monotone spline transformations for dimension reduction***by*S. Winsberg & J. Ramsay**597-605 A new algorithm for the least-squares solution in factor analysis***by*Masashi Okamoto & Masamori Ihara**607-620 Two logit models for external analysis of preferences***by*Lee Cooper & Masao Nakanishi**621-626 A least squares algorithm for fitting additive trees to proximity data***by*Geert Soete**627-629 A note on the nonmetric analysis of psychological intervals for an unknown ordering of stimuli***by*Randall Bissett & Bruce Schneider**631-638 A generalization of Verhelst's solution for a constrained regression problem in alscal and related MDS-algorithms***by*Jos Berge**639-641 On the standard error of the modified biserial correlation***by*Raymond Koopman**653-654 Minutes of the 1983 annual business meeting of the Psychometric Society***by*Mark Appelbaum

### September 1983, Volume 48, Issue 3

**315-342 A second generation nonlinear factor analysis***by*Jamshid Etezadi-Amoli & Roderick McDonald**343-352 Orthogonal procrustes rotation maximizing congruence***by*Frank Brokken**353-369 Tau-equivalence and equipercentile equating***by*Wendy Yen**371-375 On Green's best linear composites with a specified structure, and oblique estimates of factor scores***by*Jos Berge**377-391 Alternative weights and invariant parameters in optimal scaling***by*Roderick McDonald**393-423 Multidimensional scaling models for reaction times and same-different judgments***by*Yoshio Takane & Justine Sergent**425-435 Statistical bias in maximum likelihood estimators of item parameters***by*Frederic Lord**437-449 Ordinal data, ordered scale points, and order statistics***by*Pieter Vijn**451-464 Univariate repeated measures techniques applied to multivariate data***by*D. Thomas**465-471 Simulating multivariate nonnormal distributions***by*C. Vale & Vincent Maurelli**473-476 A note on the use of directional statistics in weighted euclidean distances multidimensional scaling models***by*Charles Jones**477-482 Maximum likelihood estimation of item response parameters when some responses are omitted***by*Frederic Lord**483-485 Asymptotic clarifications, generalizations, and concerns regarding an extended class of matched pairs tests based on powers of ranks***by*Paul Mielke & Kenneth Berry

### June 1983, Volume 48, Issue 2

**157-169 Indclus: An individual differences generalization of the adclus model and the mapclus algorithm***by*J. Carroll & Phipps Arabie**171-181 Empirical bayes estimation of coefficients in the general linear model from data of deficient rank***by*Henry Braun & Douglas Jones & Donald Rubin & Dorothy Thayer**183-193 A more powerful method for testing for agreement between a judge and a known standard***by*D. Wackerly & D. Robinson**195-209 Evaluating performance in continuous experiments with feedback to subjects***by*Francisco Samaniego & Jessica Utts**211-222 An approximation of theK outN reliability of a test, and a scoring procedure for determining which items an examinee knows***by*Rand Wilcox**223-231 A comparison of factor analysis programs in SPSS, BMDP, and SAS***by*Robert MacCallum**233-245 Unbiased estimators of ability parameters, of their variance, and of their parallel-forms reliability***by*Frederic Lord**247-251 Problems with EM algorithms for ML factor analysis***by*P. Bentler & Jeffrey Tanaka**253-257 More on EM for ML factor analysis***by*Donald Rubin & Dorothy Thayer**259-267 Expanding the rasch model to a general model having more than one dimension***by*Werner Stegelmann**269-291 Asymptotic comparison of missing data procedures for estimating factor loadings***by*C. Hendricks Brown**293-297 Maximum likelihood estimation of the joint covariance matrix for sections of tests given to distinct samples with application to test equating***by*Dorothy Thayer**299-302 The effect of affine transformation on redundancy analysis***by*Beth Dawson-Saunders & Maurice Tatsuoka**303-304 On the investigation of local identifiability: A counterexample***by*A. Shapiro & M. Browne**305-308 The analytical solution of the additive constant problem***by*Francis Cailliez**309-310 Review***by*Bert Green

### March 1983, Volume 48, Issue 1

**3-26 Logistic latent trait models with linear constraints***by*Gerhard Fischer**27-48 Probabilistic multidimensional scaling: Complete and incomplete data***by*Joseph Zinnes & David MacKay**49-72 Some improved diagnostics for failure of the Rasch model***by*Ivo Molenaar**73-83 Parameterizing inequality constraints on unique variances in linear structural models***by*David Rindskopf**85-97 A general framework for using latent class analysis to test hierarchical and nonhierarchical learning models***by*David Rindskopf**99-111 Reliability estimation for a test with parts of unknown lengths***by*Jerry Gilmer & Leonard Feldt**113-127 Validating a selection test, a predictive probability approach***by*Alan Gross & Philippa Perry**129-141 Characterizing the manifest probabilities of latent trait models***by*Noel Cressie & Paul Holland**143-145 Tests for stability in linear structural equation systems***by*P. Bentler & Edward Freeman**147-151 Review***by*J. Ramsay & J. Leeuw

### December 1982, Volume 47, Issue 4

**375-376 Georg Rasch (1901–1980)***by*Erling Andersen**379-396 When the data are functions***by*J. Ramsay**397-412 Some standard errors in item response theory***by*David Thissen & Howard Wainer**413-426 Clustering with relational constraint***by*Anuška Ferligoj & Vladimir Batagelj**427-442 Statistical evaluation of measures of fit in the Lingoes-Borg procrustean individual differences scaling***by*Rolf Langeheine**443-448 Minimum rank and minimum trace of covariance matrices***by*Giacomo Riccia & Alexander Shapiro**449-475 Gennclus: New models for general nonhierarchical clustering analysis***by*Wayne Desarbo**477-488 The use of latent class models for assessing prerequisite relations and transference among traits***by*George Macready**489-516 Constrained canonical correlation***by*Wayne DeSarbo & Robert Hausman & Shen Lin & Wesley Thompson**517-521 Approximate uniqueness estimates for singular correlation matrices***by*C. Finkbeiner & L. Tucker**523-527 Ordered binary trees constructed through an application of Kendall's tau***by*Richard Degerman**529-530 Problems with bootstrapping pearson correlations in very small bivariate samples***by*Michael Dolker & Silas Halperin & D. Divgi**531-534 A note on partitioned determinants***by*Jan Leeuw**535-539 Erratum for a comparison of severalk sample tests for ordered alternatives in completely randomized designs***by*Mark Berenson**551-552 Minutes of the 1982 annual business meeting of the Psychometric Society***by*Mark Appelbaum

### September 1982, Volume 47, Issue 3

**225-241 Maximum likelihood additivity analysis***by*Yoshio Takane**243-264 Weighted minimum trace factor analysis***by*Alexander Shapiro**265-280 A comparison of severalk sample tests for ordered alternatives in completely randomized designs***by*Mark Berenson**281-295 The determinacy of common factors in large item domains***by*William Rozeboom**297-308 Covariance structure analysis in several populations***by*Sik-Yum Lee & Kwok-Leung Tsui**309-319 A bayesian procedure for mastery decisions based on multivariate normal test data***by*Huynh Huynh**321-336 Sequential estimation in multidimensional scaling***by*Hisao Miyano & Yukio Inukai**337-347 The polyserial correlation coefficient***by*Ulf Olsson & Fritz Drasgow & Neil Dorans**349-351 A simplified accurate algorithm for the fisher-yates exact test***by*J. Phillips**353-359 Parameter estimation for the thurstone case III model***by*David Mackay & Seoil Chaiy**361-367 Reviews***by*Phipps Arabie & Joseph Lucke