Tagged "statistics"

Pitfalls in measurement invariance testing

In a new paper in the European Journal of Psychological Assessment, Timo Gnambs and I examined the soundness of reporting measurement invariance (MI) testing in the context of multigroup confirmatory factor analysis (MGCFA). Of course, there are several good primers on MI testing (e.g., Cheung & Rensvold, 2002; Wicherts & Dolan, 2010) and textbooks that elaborate on the theoretical base (e.g., Millsap, 2011), but a clearly written tutorial with example syntax how to implement MI practically was still missing.

New Methods and Assessment Approaches in Intelligence Research

Maybe you have seen my recent Tweet: Please share this call and contribute to a new Special Issue on "New Methods and Assessment Approaches in Intelligence Research" in the @Jintelligence1, we are guest-editing together with Hülür, @HildePsych, and @pdoebler. More information: https://t.co/PevdPeyRgm pic.twitter.com/Y6hRllQa8m — Ulrich Schroeders (@Navajoc0d3) November 11, 2018 And this is the complete Call for the Special Issue in the Journal of Intelligence Dear Colleagues, Our understanding of intelligence has been—and still is—significantly influenced by the development and application of new computational and statistical methods, as well as novel testing procedures.