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Cognition & Assessment SIG Poster Session
Mon, April 11, 10:00 to 11:30am,
Convention Center, Level Two, Exhibit Hall D


  • Allocation of Visual Attention When Processing Multiple‐Choice Items With Different Types of Multiple  Representations ‐ Steffani Sass, IPN ‐ Leibniz Institute for Science and Mathematics Education; Kerstin Schütte, IPN;  Marlit Annalena Lindner, IPN ‐ Leibniz Institute for Science and Mathematics Education
  • Definition and Development of a Cognitively Diagnostic Assessment of the Early Concept of Angle Using the Q‐Matrix Theory and the Rule‐Space Model ‐ Elvira Khasanova, University at Buffalo ‐ SUNY
  • In‐Task Assessment Framework: A Framework for Assessing Individual Collaborative Problem‐Solving Skills in an Online Environment ‐ Jessica J Andrews, Educational Testing Service; Deirdre Song Kerr, Educational Testing Service; Paul Horwitz, The Concord Consortium; John Chamberlain, Center for Occupational Research and Development; Al Koon; Cynthia McIntyre, The Concord Consortium; Alina A. Von Davier, ETS
  • Measuring Reading Comprehension: Construction and Validation of a Cognitive Diagnostic Assessment ‐ Junli Wei, University of Illinois at Urbana‐Champaign
  • Assessing Metacognition in the Learning Process (MILP): Development of the MILP Inventory ‐ Inka Hähnlein, University of Passau; Pablo Nicolai Pirnay‐Dummer, University of Halle, Germany
  • Developing Bayes Nets for Modeling Student Cognition in Digital and Nondigital Assessment Environments ‐ Yuning Xu, Arizona State University; Roy Levy, Arizona State University; Kristen E. Dicerbo, Pearson; Emily R. Lai, Pearson; Laura Holland, Pearson Education, Inc.
  • Implementing Diagnostic Classification Modeling in Language Assessment: A Cognitive Model of Second Language  Reading Comprehension ‐ Tugba Elif Toprak, Gazi University
  • Introduction to Truncated Logistic Item Response Theory Model ‐ Jaehwa Choi, The George Washington University
  • Misconceptions in Middle‐Grades Statistics: Preliminary Findings From a Diagnostic Assessment ‐ Jessica Masters, Research Matters, LLC; Lisa Famularo, Measured Progress
  • Using Verbal Protocol Analysis to Detect Test Bias ‐ Megan E. Welsh, University of California ‐ Davis; Sandra M. Chafouleas, University of Connecticut; Gregory Fabiano; T. Chris Riley‐Tillman, University of Missouri ‐ Columbia