Test Equating

[Refereed Journals]

  1. Philip E. Cheng, Michelle Liou & Chang-Yung Yu (1994). Asymptotic standard errors of EM equipercentile equating. Journal of the Chinese Statistical Association, 32, 463-477.
  2. Michelle Liou & Philip E. Cheng (1995). Asymptotic standard error of equipercentile equat- ing. Journal of Educational and Behavioral Statistics, 20,261-288.
  3. Michelle Liou & Philip E. Cheng (1995). Equipercentile equating via data-imputation tech- niques. Psychometrika, 60, 119-136.
  4. Michelle Liou & Cheng-Fong Tsai (1997). Questionnaire survey via an incomplete data collection design. Survey Research, 3, 107-128.
  5. Michelle Liou, Philip E. Cheng & Eugene G. Johnson (1997). Standard errors of the kernel equating method under the common-item design. Applied Psychological Measurement, 21, 349-369.
  6. Michelle Liou (1998). Establishing score comparability in heterogeneous populations. Statis- tica Sinica, 3, 669-690. (paper received Distinguished Research Award, 1999, NSC, ROC)
  7. Michelle Liou, Philip E. Cheng & Chieh-Jung Wu (1999). Using repeaters for estimating comparable scores. British Journal of Mathematical and Statistical Psychology, 52, 273-284.
  8. Michelle Liou, Philip E. Cheng & Ming-Yen Li (2001). Estimating comparable scores using surrogate variables. Applied Psychological Measurement, 25, 197-207.

[Conference Papers]

  1. Michelle Liou, Philip E. Cheng & Chang-Yung Yu (1995). EQUISERV – an equipercentile equating on-line service system. A paper presented at the Psychometric Society Meeting, Minnesota.
  2. Michelle Liou, Eugene G. Johnson (1997). Estimating growth trend using incomplete re- sponses: an example of NAEP writing trend analyses. A paper presented at the European Meeting of the Psychometric Society, Santiago de Compostela, Spain.