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Educational Measurement is an open-access, double-blind, peer-reviewed journal published by Allameh Tabataba’i University, the leading university in Humanities and Social Sciences in Iran. Educational Measurement has been established to provide an intellectual platform for national and international researchers working on issues related to educational measurement. The Journal was founded in as a response to quick advancements in educational measurement and was dedicated to the publication of highest-quality research studies that report findings on issues of great concern to the profession of educational measurement.   

To allow for easy and worldwide access to the most updated research findings, the journal is set to be an open-access journal.

The journal charges two million Rials to compensate a part of the arbitration fee, and if the article is accepted, additonally four million Rials will be charged from the authors for a part of the costs of processing the articles, the rest of the costs will be financially supported by Allameh Tabatabai University.

Non-Iranian authors are free of mentioned charges.

 

The journal is published in both a print version and an online version.

The Role of Test Dimensionality Violation in Equating Errors of IRT and Classical Theory Models

Somayeh Bahmanabadi; Mohammad reza Falsafinejad; Ali Delavar; noorali farrokhi; asghar minaei

Volume 14, Issue 56 , July 2024

https://doi.org/10.22054/jem.2024.49153.1991

Abstract
  AbstractIdentification of the consequences of violations of the assumptions of measurement models is a major concern in the field of psychometrics. The purpose of the present study was to investigating the role of test dimensionality violation in equating errors of IRT and classical theory models. Research ...  Read More

Comparing nonparametric methods for determining cut scores in criterion referenced tests by using Youden index subject of study: Tolimo test

Maryam Parsaeian; Ebrahim Khodaie; Balal Izanloo; Keyvan Salehi; sima naghizadeh

Volume 14, Issue 56 , July 2024, Pages 35-61

https://doi.org/10.22054/jem.2024.77090.3508

Abstract
  The Youden index is a commonly used summary measure for the Receiver Operator Characteristic (ROC) curve that both measures the performance of a criterion-referenced test and specifies the cutoff score value for the test. This research aims to compare and evaluate three empirical non-parametric estimation ...  Read More

Examining Foreign Persian Test-Takers’ Speech Fluency: The Role of Repetition and False Start Across Different Persian Proficiency Levels

Masoomeh Estaji; Reza Morad Sahraee; Monire Shahbaz

Volume 14, Issue 56 , July 2024

https://doi.org/10.22054/jem.2024.73106.3454

Abstract
  The present study investigated repair fluency, one of the three main aspects of fluency in Skehan’s model (2003; 2009), across different proficiency levels using the giver test-taker data in a speaking test. There are three main aspects of fluency in the model: Speed fluency, breakdown fluency, ...  Read More

Investigating the Psychometric Properties of the Ethical Values Assessment questionnaire in university students: three ethics approach to moral psychology

Seyedeh Khadijeh Amirian; Afzal Sadat Hoseini Dehshiri

Volume 14, Issue 56 , July 2024

https://doi.org/10.22054/jem.2024.72645.3449

Abstract
  Ethical values are a subject of academic and public interest. The aim of this study was to investigate the psychometric properties of the Ethical Values Assessment (EVA). The study population was all students studying at the University of Tehran in 1400-1401, of whom 422 participated in the study. The ...  Read More

Evaluative analysis of academic staff members on "hidden factors affecting the mentality of professors on students' evaluations"

Mazhar Babaee; Narin rohani; Fateme deyjour

Volume 14, Issue 56 , July 2024

https://doi.org/10.22054/jem.2024.74822.3480

Abstract
  The aim of the current research was to evaluate the hidden factors affecting the mentality of university Faculty Members s in the evaluations of students at the end of the semester. The qualitative approach and evaluation research method of the situational assessment type was used to achieve this goal. ...  Read More

Examining the psychometric features of the emotional dyslexia questionnaire and its relationship with teachers' defense mechanisms

Masoumeh sadat Abtahi; narges bakhshi

Volume 14, Issue 56 , July 2024

https://doi.org/10.22054/jem.2024.77578.3519

Abstract
  The present study was conducted with the aim of investigating the psychometric characteristics of the emotional dyslexia questionnaire and its relationship with defense mechanisms in teachers in Tehran in the academic year of 1402-1401. This research was based on the fundamental objective and correlational ...  Read More

Qualitative content analysis in research tradition: nature, stages and validity of the results

akbar momeni rad

Volume 4, Issue 14 , January 2014, , Pages 187-222

Abstract
  Although qualitative content analysis used in major of qualitative methods, yet there is no clear explanation of this method. In this paper, qualitative content analysis is examined in the context of qualitative research methods. This method against quantitative content analysis and instead of account ...  Read More

construction, reliability making and validation of measurement tool for accreditation and quality assurance of iran's higher education

mohammad mojtabazadeh

Volume 6, Issue 24 , July 2016, , Pages 201-228

https://doi.org/10.22054/jem.2017.9490.1286

Abstract
  this study been done to build, reliability making and validation an measurement tool for accreditation and quality assurance of iran's higher education system. to perform this study, is used mixed method with explorative plan- tool development model.First, in the qualitative study, by using the method ...  Read More

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Volume 7, Issue 26 , January 2017, , Pages 35-53

https://doi.org/10.22054/jem.2016.4021

Abstract
  This study was conducted with the aim of structural analysis sources of Self-Efficacy Information, Self-efficacy, Goal-Setting and Self-regulation with math performance. The study population included all ninth grade students in secondary school in Sanandaj city; from this population a random sample of ...  Read More

A Study of Factor Structure, Reliability and Validity of the Successful Intelligence Scale

Mahmoud Negahban Salami; Valiollah Farzad; Gholamreza Sarami

Volume 4, Issue 15 , April 2014, , Pages 1-16

Abstract
  Objective: The present research aims to study the factor structure, reliability, and validity of the Successful Intelligence Scale. Method: Using the multi-stage cluster sampling method, 500 (including 175 female and 325 male) subjects were selected from among public school students in Karaj. Results: ...  Read More

The Basic Needs Satisfaction in General Scale: Reliability, validity, and factorial analysis

Mohammad Ali Besharat

Volume 4, Issue 14 , January 2014, , Pages 147-168

Abstract
  Background: Preparing a valid instrument to measure the basic psychological needs in Iranian populations is necessary for research purposes. Objectives: The aim of this study was to examine reliability, validity, and exploratory factor analysis of a Persian version of the Basic Needs Satisfaction in ...  Read More

non-parametric equating methods and parametric methods

shirin Rezvanifar; Farzad Eskandari

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 03 July 2024

https://doi.org/10.22054/jem.2024.77858.3524

Abstract
  A study compared the accuracy of nonparametric equating methods (Bayesian and item-response) with parametric methods (classical and item-response). The study considered the impact of sample size, test length, and heterogeneity in ability distribution between the two forms. The researchers conducted simulations ...  Read More

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