David Dueber

Doctoral Student, Quantitative and Psychometric Methods
Mentor: Michael Toland, PhD
Email: David.Dueber@nulluky.edu
Vita (David Dueber CV)

David received his BS in Mathematics and Chemical Engineering and his MA in Mathematics. His psychometrics interests include Thurstonian Item Response Theory, bifactor modeling, measurement error, and simulation.


 

Carol Hanley

Doctoral Student, Quantitative and Psychometric Methods
E-mail: chanley@nullemail.uky.edu
Vita (Carol Hanley CV)
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Doctoral Student, Quantitative and Psychometric Methods

Carol is interested in instrument development, factor analysis, and IRT.


Hirotaka Kato

Doctoral Candidate, Quantitative and Psychometric Methods
Mentor: Michael Toland, PhD
Email: hkato@nulluky.edu
Vita

Hirotaka Kato graduated from Kumamoto University School of Medicine in 2009. He is an internal medicine hospitalist/medical educator and Clinical Assistant Professor of Medicine in the Division of Hospital Medicine at University of Kentucky. He teaches resident physicians and medical students on medical wards. His research interests include applying psychometric methods such as item response theory to assessment and measurement in medicine and medical education.


 

Caihong Li

Doctoral Candidate, Quantitative and Psychometric Methods
Mentor: Michael Toland, PhD
Email: rosinandalvin@nullgmail.com
Vita (Caihong Li CV)

Caihong received her BS in Educational Technology in Tianjin Foreign Studies University of China and MS in Educational Psychology at the University of Kentucky. She is interested in bifactor modeling, item response theory, simultaneous estimation of measurement and multilevel models, and educational and psychological measurement.


 

Chen Qiu

Doctoral Student, Quantitative and Psychometric Methods
Mentor: Dr. Xin Ma, PhD
E-mail: chenqiu88@nulluky.edu
Vita (Chen_Qiu_CV)

Chen received his BS in Applied Psychology from Tianjin Normal University of China and MS in Social Science from Morehead State University. He is interested in bifactor modeling, multilevel models, item response theory and psychometrics.


Lijun Shen

Doctoral Student, Quantitative and Psychometric Methods
Mentor: Dr. Michael Toland, Professor, PhD
E-Mail: Lijun.shen.0509@nulluky.edu
Vita

Lijun Shen received her ME in Medicine and her MSW in Social Work. Her psychometrics interests include Item Response Theory, bifactor modeling, Rasch model, factor analysis, and simulation.


Rongxiu Wu

Doctoral Student, Quantitative and Psychometric Methods
Mentor: Xin Ma, PhD
Email: rwu227@nullg.uky.edu
Vita (Rongxiu Wu CV)

Rongxiu received her BS in English literature in Tongling University and MS in Foreign Linguistics and Applied Linguistics in Shanghai University of China. Her research interests include multilevel models, bifactor modeling, and educational assessment.


 

Xian Wu

Information to be available soon.


 

Hao Zhou

Doctoral Student, Quantitative and Psychometric Methods
Mentor: Xin Ma, PhD
Email: zhouhao1987uk@nullgmail.com
Vita (Hao Zhou CV)

Hao received his BS in Physics and his MS in Adult education in China. His research focuses on psychometric theories, measurement, and simulation in education field.