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  1. Scale length does matter - Recommendations for measurement invariance…

    D'Urso, E. D., Roover, K. D., Vermunt, J. K., & Tijmstra, J. (2022). Scale length does matter: Recommendations for measurement invariance testing with categorical factor analysis and item response theory approaches. Behavior Research Methods.
  2. Awareness Is bliss - How acquiescence affects exploratory factor anal…

    D’Urso, E. D., Tijmstra, J., Vermunt, J. K., & Roover, K. D. (2022). Awareness Is bliss: How acquiescence affects exploratory factor analysis. Educational and Psychological Measurement.
  3. Modeling within- and between-person differences in the use of the mid…

    Tijmstra, J., & Bolsinova, M. (Accepted/In press). Modeling within- and between-person differences in the use of the middle category in Likert scales. Applied Psychological Measurement.
  4. 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.
  5. Improving the precision of ability estimates using time-on-task varia…

    Reis Costa, D., Bolsinova, M., Tijmstra, J., & Andersson, B. (2021). Improving the precision of ability estimates using time-on-task variables: Insights from the PISA 2012 computer-based assessment of mathematics. Frontiers in Psychology, 12, [579128].

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