Rasch Measurement Theory Conference

Abstract submission

Abstracts need to be submitted online by 1 October 2017.

These will then be assessed in a non-blind review process by members of the Rasch Measurement Conference Scientific Committee and you will be notified within two weeks if you have been successful.

If you need your abstract assessed prior to this timeline to ensure conference attendance or financial support, please tick this box
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Conference Streams

Please select from either A, B, C conference streams and then select relevant topic:
A) Substantive Empirical Application Topics
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B) Epistemology, philosophy and history of measurement Topics
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C) Psychometrics and Statistics methodology Topics
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Abstracts

Please submit two abstracts: a short abstract for publication in the program and a long abstract for assessment in the review process.

Short abstracts should have a maximum of 250 words and should not include figures, tables and references.

Long abstracts may include figures, tables and references. Long abstracts should have between 1000 and 1200 words (excluding references).

Long abstracts for theoretical/methodological papers should include

  1. Background (introduction to area)
  2. Aims (main idea/problem or hypotheses)
  3. Developments/solution
  4. Discussion
  5. Conclusions or implications

Long abstracts for empirical research papers should include

  1. Brief background and theoretical basis of the study
  2. Aims (hypotheses) of the specific analyses
  3. Design (participants, measures, and models)
  4. Results
  5. Summary and implications
Please attach your long abstract in PDF format
Maximum 250 words