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2011

EM No 64. Development and Validation of Scores Measuring Test Takers' Perception of Fairness. Simon Wolming

2008

EM No 63. Notes from the Twelfth International SweSAT Conference. Umeå, June 15–17, 2008. Christina Stage

EM No 62. Psychometric Evaluation of a Self-Efficacy Scale for Driver Competence Using the Rating Scale Model. Anna Sundström

EM No 61. Systematic Equating Error with the Randomly-Equivalent Groups Design. An Examinaation of the Equal Ability Distribution Assumption. Per-Erik Lyrén, Ronald K. Hambleton

2007

EM No 60. Measuring and Detecting Differential Item Functioning in Criterion-Referenced Licensing Test. A Theoretic Comparison of Methods. Marie Wiberg

EM No 59. Proceedings From the Conference: The GDE-Model as a Guide In Driver Training and Testing. Umeå, May 7–8, 2007. Widar Henriksson, Tova Stenlund, Anna Sundström, Marie Wiberg

2006

EM No 58. Notes From the Eleventh International SweSAT Conference. Umeå, June 12-14, 2006. Christina Stage

EM No 57. ECTS and Assessment in Higher Education. Conference Proceedings. Kent Löfgren (Ed).

EM No 56. Validity issues concerning repeated test taking of the SweSAT. Birgitta Törnkvist, Widar Henriksson

EM No 55 Beliefs about perceived competence. A literature review. Anna Sundström

2005

EM No 54. Self-assessment of Knowledge and Abilities. Anna Sundström

EM No 53. Validation of the Swedish University Entrance System. Selected Results from the VALUTA-projekt 2001-2004. Kent Löfgren

2004

EM No 52. Notes From the Tenth International SweSAT Conference. Umeå, June 1-3, 2004. Christina Stage

EM No 51. Entrance to Higher Education in Sweden. Christina Stage

EM No 50. Classical Test Theory vs. Item Response Theory. An Evaluation of the Theory Test in the Swedish Driving License Test. Marie Wiberg

EM No 49. The Swedish Scholastic Assessment Test (SweSAT). Development, Results and Experiences. Christina Stage, Gunilla Ögren

EM No 48. Proceedings of the Third International SweMaS Conference Umeå, October 14-15, 2003. Torulf Palm (Ed)

EM No 47. Repeated Test Taking. Differences Between Social Groups. Birgitta Törnkvist, Widar Henriksson

EM No 46. SweSAT Repeat. Birgitta Törnkvist, Widar Henriksson

EM No 45. The Swedish Driving-license Test. A Summary of Studies from the Department of Educational Measurement, Umeå University. Widar Henriksson, Anna Sundström, Marie Wiberg

2003

EM No 44. Curriculum, driver education and driver testing. A comparative study of the driver education systems in som European countries. Henrik Jonsson, Anna Sundström, Widar Henriksson

EM No 43. The Swedish National Course Tests in Mathematics. Jan-Olof Lindström

EM No 42. Classical Test Theory or Item Response Theory: The Swedish Experience. Christina Stage

2002

EM No 41. The effects of repeated test taking in relation to the test taker and the rules for selection to higher education in Sweden. Widar Henriksson, Birgitta Törnkvist

2001

EM No 40. Notes from ninth international SweSAT conference Umeå, June 4-6, 2001. Christina Stage

EM No 39. Performance and Authentic Assessment, Realistic and Real Life Tasks: A Conceptual Analysis of the Literature. Torulf Palm

EM No 38. Notes from the second International SweMaS conference Umeå, May 15-16, 2001. Jan-Olof Lindström

2000

EM No 37. Notes from the eighth international SweSAT conference New Orleans, April 24, 2000. Christina Stage

1999

EM No 35 Notes From The Seventh International Swe-SAT Conference Umeå, June 3 -5, 1999. Christina Stage

EM No 34. Predicting Gender Differences in WORD Items. A Comparison of item Response The-ory and Classical Test Theory. Christina Stage

EM No 33. A Comparison Between Item Analysis Based on Item Response Theory and on Classical Test Theory. A Study of the SweSAT Subtest READ. Christina Stage

1998

EM No 32. NONEQUIVALENT GROUPS IRT OBSERVED SCORE EQUATING. Its Applicability and Appropriateness for the Swedish Scholastic Aptitude Test. Wilco H.M. Emons

EM No 31. NOTES FROM THE SIXTH INTERNATIONAL SWESAT CONFERENCE. San Diego, April 12, 1998. Christina Stage

EM No 30. A Comparison Between Item Analysis Based on Item Response Theory and on Classical Test Theory. A Study of the SweSAT Subtest ERC. Christina Stage

EM No 29. A Comparison Between Item Analysis Based on Item Response Theory and on Classical Test Theory. A Study of the SweSAT Subtest WORD. Christina Stage

1997

EM No 28. NOTES FROM THE FIFTH INTERNATIONAL SWESAT CONFERENCE. Umeå, May 31 – June 2, 1997. Christina Stage

EM No 27. DIFFENTIAL ITEM FUNCTIONING (DIF) IN RELATION TO ITEM CONTENT. A study of three subtests in the SweSAT with focus on gender. Anita Wester

EM No 26. THE APPLICABILITY OF ITEM RESPONSE MODELS TO THE SweSAT. A Study of the WORD Subtest
Christina Stage

EM No 25. THE APPLICABILITY OF ITEM RESPONSE MODELS TO THE SweSAT. A Study of the READ Subtest
Christina Stage

EM No 24. THE APPLICABILITY OF ITEM RESPONSE MODELS TO THE SweSAT. A Study of the ERC Subtest
Christina Stage

EM No 23. DO MALES AND FEMALES WITH IDENTICAL TEST SCORES SOLVE TEST ITEMS IN THE SAME WAY?
Christina Stage

EM No 21. THE APPLICABILITY OF ITEM RESPONSE MODELS TO THE SWESAT. A study of the DTM subtest
Christina Stage

1996

EM No 19. AN ATTEMPT TO FIT IRT MODELS TO THE DS SUBTEST IN THE SweSAT
Christina Stage

EM No 20. NOTES FROM THE FOURTH INTERNATIONAL SweSAT CONFE RENCE. New York, April 7, 1996
Christina Stage

1995

EM No 13. REPEATED TEST TAKING AND THE SweSAT
Widar Henriksson

EM No 14. AMBITIONS AND ATTITUDES TOWARD STUDIES AND STUDY RESULTS. Interviews with students of the Business Administration study program in Umeå, Sweden
Anita Wester

EM No 15. EXPERIENCES WITH THE SWEDISH SCHOLASTIC APTITUDE TEST.
Christina Stage

EM No 16. NOTES FROM THE THIRD INTERNATIONAL SweSAT CONFEREN CE. Umeå May 27-30, 1995
Christina Stage Widar Henriksson

EM No 17. THE COMPLEXITY OF DATA SUFFICIENCY ITEMS
Widar Henriksson

EM No 18. STUDY SUCCESS IN HIGHER EDUCATION. A comparison of students admitted on the basis of GPA and SweSAT-scores with and without credits for work experience
Widar Henriksson, Simon Wolming

1994

EM No 9. NOTES FROM THE FIRST INTERNATIONAL SweSAT CONFEREN CE. May 23 - 25, 1993
Ingemar Wedman, Christina Stage

EM No 10. NOTES FROM THE SECOND INTERNATIONAL SweSAT CONFE RENCE. New Orleans, April 2, 1994
Widar Henriksson, Sten Henrysson, Christina Stage, Ingemar Wedman and Anita Wester

EM No 11. USE OF ASSESSMENT OUTCOMES IN SELECTING CANDIDATES FOR SECONDARY AND TERTIARY EDUCATION: A COMPARISON
Christina Stage

EM No 12. GENDER DIFFERENCES IN TESTING. DIF analyses using the Mantel-Haenszel technique on three subtests in the Swedish SAT
Anita Wester

1993

EM No 1. SELECTION TO HIGHER EDUCATION IN SWEDEN
Ingemar Wedman

EM No 2. PREDICTION OF ACADEMIC SUCCESS IN A PERSPECTIVE OF CRITERION-RELATED AND CONSTRUCT VALIDITY
Widar Henriksson, Ingemar Wedman

EM No 3. ITEM BIAS WITH RESPECT TO GENDER INTERPRETED IN THE LIGHT OF PROBLEM-SOLVING STRATEGIES
Anita Wester

EM No 4. AVERAGE SCHOOL MARKS AND RESULTS ON THE SWESAT
Christina Stage

EM No 5. THE PROBLEM OF REPEATED TEST TAKING AND THE SweSAT
Widar Henriksson

EM No 6. COACHING FOR COMPLEX ITEM FORMATS IN THE SweSAT
Widar Henriksson

EM No 7. GENDER DIFFERENCES ON THE SweSAT. A Review of Studies since 1975
Christina Stage

EM No 8. EFFECTS OF REPEATED TEST TAKING ON THE SWEDISH SCHOLASTIC APTITUDE TEST (SweSAT)
Widar Henriksson, Ingemar Wedman