Jacqueline P Leighton
Jacqueline P Leighton
Professor and Registered Psychologist, University of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
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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
Cognitive diagnostic assessment for education: Theory and applications
J Leighton, M Gierl
Cambridge University Press, 2007
What is ultrasound?
TG Leighton
Progress in biophysics and molecular biology 93 (1-3), 3-83, 2007
Defining and evaluating models of cognition used in educational measurement to make inferences about examinees' thinking processes
JP Leighton, MJ Gierl
Educational Measurement: Issues and Practice 26 (2), 3-16, 2007
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
Why Cognitive Diagnostic Assessment?
J Leighton, M Gierl
Cognitive Diagnostic Assessment: Theory and Applications, 2007
Using the attribute hierarchy method to make diagnostic inferences about examinees’ cognitive skills
MJ Gierl, JP Leighton, S Hunka
Cognitive diagnostic assessment for education: Theory and applications, 242-274, 2007
Advances in the science of assessment
VJ Shute, JP Leighton, EE Jang, MW Chu
Educational Assessment 21 (1), 34-59, 2016
The nature of reasoning
JP Leighton, RJ Sternberg
Cambridge University Press, 2004
Verbal reports as data for cognitive diagnostic assessment
JP Leighton, MJ Gierl
Cognitive diagnostic assessment for education: Theory and applications, 146-172, 2007
Defining and Describing Reasoning
JP Leighton
The nature of reasoning, 3-11, 2004
The learning sciences in educational assessment: The role of cognitive models
JP Leighton, MJ Gierl
Cambridge University Press, 2011
The hierarchy consistency index: Evaluating person fit for cognitive diagnostic assessment
Y Cui, JP Leighton
Journal of Educational Measurement 46 (4), 429-449, 2009
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
Mental models and reasoning
PN Johnson-Laird
The nature of reasoning, 169-204, 2004
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
Cognitive diagnostic assessment for education: Theory and applications, 205-241, 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), 205-237, 2004
Using think-aloud interviews and cognitive labs in educational research
JP Leighton
Oxford University Press, 2017
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