Subject: Call for Abstracts: Fordham Conference & Workshops 2011,  July
27-29

Fordham Council on Applied Psychometrics (FCAP) 2011

FCAP will host their second conference focused on Emerging Topics in
Psychometrics.

We are currently accepting abstracts for paper and poster presentations and
are especially interested in abstracts focused on the following topics:
Bayesian methods, causal inference, missing data, visualizing data, errors
in hypothesis testing, evidence-based testing, value-added modeling,
multivariate IRT, and computerized adaptive testing (CAT). abstracts for
all topics will be accepted and considered for inclusion in the conference
program. Please see the conference website for the detailed Call for
Abstracts. Abstracts must be submitted by May 1, 2011.

Conference
28-29 July 2011

Workshops
27 July 2011

Fordham University
Lincoln Center Campus
New York, New York


KEYNOTE SPEAKERS

Henry I. Braun
Boisi Professor of Education and Public Policy
Boston College

Jimmy de la Torre
Associate Professor of Educational Psychology
Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey

Patrick E. Shrout
Professor of Psychology
New York University

Howard Wainer
Distinguished Research Scientist
National Board of Medical Examiners


PRECONFERENCE WORKSHOPS

Statistical Quality Control Tools and Models in Monitoring Test Scores
Alina A. von Davier
Strategic Advisor
Educational Testing Service

Bayesian Analysis with WinBugs
Matthew Johnson
Associate Professor
Columbia University

Meta-analytical Statistical Methods
David Rindskopf
Distinguished Professor
CUNY Graduate Center

Twenty-first Century Skills
Bobby Naemi & Jeremy Burrus
Associate Research Scientist
Educational Testing Service


For more information go to: www.fordham.edu/fcap/conference or email:
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This conference is funded by: Fordham Graduate School of Arts and Sciences
(GSAS) and Society of Multivariate Experimental Psychology (SMEP)
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