Dr. Amanda Wolkowitz

Date:

1/1/2015

Author(s):

Amanda Wolkowitz, Ph.D.

Type(s):

Publication Citations

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Dr. Amanda Wolkowitz publications

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Publications:

Wolkowitz, A., Davis-Becker, S. L., & Gerrow, J. D.  (2016).  Releasing content to deter cheating:  An analysis of the impact on candidate performance.  Journal of Applied Testing Technology, 17(1), 33-40.

Wolkowitz, A., Davis-Becker, S. (2015).  Evaluating common item block options when faced with practical constraints. Paper presented at the 2015 National Council on Measurement in Education conference, Chicago, IL.

Saiar, A., Albert, B., Wolkowitz, A., & Semko, J. A.  (2015).  Exam security issues:  Legal, psychometric, and administrative perspectives.  Presented at the 2015 Council on Licensure, Enforcement & Regulation conference, Boston, MA.

Wolkowitz, A., Davis-Becker, S., Zurn, J. N., & Terry, J. E. (2015).  If at first you don’t succeed:  An analysis and interpretation of candidate retake response patterns. Presented at the 2015 Association of Test Publishers conference, Palm Springs, CA.

Wolkowitz, A.  (2014).  A meta-analysis of research on repeated attempts at an assessment.  Paper presented at the 2014 National Council on Measurement in Education conference, Philadelphia, PA.

Wolkowitz, A., Templin, J., & Kingston, N.  (2010).  An Analysis of the Time and Day of the Week that Students Perform Best on Assessments.  Paper presented at the 2010 National Council on Measurement in Education conference, Denver, CO.

Wolkowitz, A., & Skorupski, W.  (2009).  A Method for Simulating Supplied Response Options for Multiple-Choice Tests.  Paper presented at the 2009 American Educational Research Association conference, San Diego, CA.

Wolkowitz, A. & Davis-Becker, S.  (2015).  Evaluating common item block options when faced with practical constraints.  Practical Assessment, Research, & Evaluation, 20(19).  Available online:  http://pareonline.net/getvn.asp?v=20&n=19

Wolkowitz, A. & Skorupski, W. P.  (2013).  A Method for Imputing Response Options for Missing Data on Multiple-Choice Assessments.  Educational and Psychological Measurement, 73(6), 1036-1053.

Wolkowitz, A.  (2011).  Multiple attempts on a nursing admissions examination:  Effects on the Total Score.  Journal of Nursing Education 50(9), 493-501.

Wolkowitz, A. & Kelley, J.  (2010).  Academic predictors of success in a nursing program.  Journal of Nursing Education 49(9), 498-503.