Jacqueline P Leighton
Jacqueline P Leighton
Professor and Registered Psychologist, University of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
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What is ultrasound?
TG Leighton
Progress in biophysics and molecular biology 93 (1-3), 3-83, 2007
Cognitive diagnostic assessment for education: Theory and applications
J Leighton, M Gierl
Cambridge University Press, 2007
The attribute hierarchy method for cognitive assessment: A variation on Tatsuoka's rule‐space approach
JP Leighton, MJ Gierl, SM Hunka
Journal of educational measurement 41 (3), 205-237, 2004
Avoiding misconception, misuse, and missed opportunities: The collection of verbal reports in educational achievement testing
JP Leighton
Educational Measurement: Issues and Practice 23 (4), 6-15, 2004
An NCME Instructional Module on Exploring the Logic of Tatsuoka's Rule‐Space Model for Test Development and Analysis
MJ Gierl, JP Leighton, SM Hunka
Educational Measurement: Issues and Practice 19 (3), 34-44, 2000
Using the attribute hierarchy method to make diagnostic inferences about examinees' cognitive skills.
MJ Gierl, JP Leighton, SM Hunka
Cambridge University Press, 2007
Verbal reports as data for cognitive diagnostic assessment.
JP Leighton, MJ Gierl
Cambridge University Press, 2007
The nature of reasoning
JP Leighton, RJ Sternberg
Advances in the science of assessment
VJ Shute, JP Leighton, EE Jang, MW Chu
Educational Assessment 21 (1), 34-59, 2016
The hierarchy consistency index: Evaluating person fit for cognitive diagnostic assessment
Y Cui, JP Leighton
Journal of Educational Measurement 46 (4), 429-449, 2009
Mental models and reasoning
PN Johnson-Laird, GP Goodwin, SS Khemlani
International handbook of thinking and reasoning, 346-365, 2017
The learning sciences in educational assessment: The role of cognitive models
JP Leighton, MJ Gierl
Cambridge University Press, 2011
Defining and describing reason
JP Leighton
The nature of reasoning, 3-11, 2004
Quantitative descriptive sensory analysis of five different cultivars of sweet potato to determine sensory and textural profiles
CS Leighton, HC Schönfeldt, R Kruger
Journal of Sensory Studies 25 (1), 2-18, 2010
Teacher beliefs about the cognitive diagnostic information of classroom‐versus large‐scale tests: implications for assessment literacy
JP Leighton, RJ Gokiert, MK Cor, C Heffernan
Assessment in Education: Principles, Policy & Practice 17 (1), 7-21, 2010
Cognitive foundations of structured item response models.
AA Rupp, RJ Mislevy
Cambridge University Press, 2007
The attribute hierarchy model: An approach for integrating cognitive theory with assessment practice
JP Leighton, MJ Gierl, S Hunka
Journal of Educational Measurement 41 (3), 205-236, 2004
Reasoning and problem solving
JP Leighton, RJ Sternberg
Handbook of Psychology, Second Edition 4, 2012
Children's and adults' knowledge and models of reasoning about the ozone layer and its depletion
JP Leighton, GL Bisanz
International Journal of Science Education 25 (1), 117-139, 2003
What is at stake in knowing the content and capabilities of children’s minds? A case for basing high stakes tests on cognitive models
SP Norris, JP Leighton, LM Phillips
Theory and Research in Education 2 (3), 283-308, 2004
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