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  1. Awareness is bliss - How acquiescence affects exploratory factor anal…

    D'Urso, E. D., Tijmstra, J., Vermunt, J. K., & Roover, K. D. (2021). Awareness is bliss: How acquiescence affects exploratory factor analysis. PsyArXiv Preprints.
  2. Accounting for individual differences in speed in the discretized sig…

    Tijmstra, J., & Bolsinova, M. (2021). Accounting for individual differences in speed in the discretized signed residual time model. British Journal of Mathematical and Statistical Psychology, 74(S1), 176-198.
  3. Scale length does matter - Recommendations for Measurement Invariance…

    D'Urso, E. D., Roover, K. D., Vermunt, J. K., & Tijmstra, J. (2020). Scale length does matter: Recommendations for Measurement Invariance Testing with Categorical Factor Analysis and Item Response Theory approaches. PsyArXiv Preprints.
  4. Sensitivity of the RMSD for detecting item-level misfit in low-perfor…

    Tijmstra, J., Bolsinova, M., Liaw, Y-L., Rutkowski, L., & Rutkowski, D. (2020). Sensitivity of the RMSD for detecting item-level misfit in low-performing countries. Journal of Educational Measurement, 57(4), 566-583.
  5. Modeling differences between response times of correct and incorrect …

    Bolsinova, M., & Tijmstra, J. (2019). Modeling differences between response times of correct and incorrect responses. Psychometrika, 84(4), 1018-1046.

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