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Fujimori, S. (1995). A study of psychologically optimal level of item difficulty. Shinrigaku Kenkyu, 65, 446-53. presented at the Feb.
Friedman, D., Steinberg, A,, & Ree, M. J.. (1981). Adaptive testing without a computer. Catalog of Selected Documents in Psychology, Nov 1981, 11, 74-75 (Ms. No. 2350). AFHRL Technical Report 80-66.
Frick, T. W. (1989). A comparison of an expert systems approach to computerized adaptive testing and an IRT model. Unpublished manuscript (submitted to American Educational Research Journal).
Frick, T. W. (1992). Computerized adaptive mastery tests as expert systems. Journal of Educational Computing Research, 8, 187-213.
Frick, T. W., Plew, G. T., & Luk, H. - K.. (1989). EXSPRT: An expert systems approach to computer-based adaptive testing. In Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association (Vol. San Francisco.).
Frick, T. W. (1992). Computerized adaptive mastery tests as expert systems. Journal of Educational Computing Research, 8(2), 187-213.
Frick, T. W. (1989). Bayesian adaptation during computer-based tests and computer-guided practice exercises. Journal of Educational Computing Research, 5(1), 89-114.
Frey, A. (2012). Adaptives Testen [Adaptive testing]. In Testtheorie und Fragebogenkonstruktion. Berlin: Heidelberg: Springer.
French, B. F., & Thompson, T. T.. (2003). The evaluation of exposure control procedures for an operational CAT. . In Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association. Chicago IL.
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Foong, Y. - Y., & Lam, T. - L.. (1991). The use of the graded response model in computerized adaptive testing of the attitudes to science scale. In annual meeting of the American Education Research Association. presented at the April 3-7, 1991, Chicago, IL USA.
Folk, V. G., & Green, B. F.. (1989). Adaptive Estimation When the Unidimensionality Assumption of IRT is Violated. Applied Psychological Measurement, 13(4), 373-390.
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Fliege, H., Becker, J., Walter, O. B., Rose, M., Bjorner, J. B., & Klapp, B. F.. (2009). Evaluation of a computer-adaptive test for the assessment of depression (D-CAT) in clinical application. International Journal for Methods in Psychiatric Research, 18, 233-236. presented at the Feb 4.
Flaugher, R. (2000). Item pools. In . Wainer, H. (2000). Computerized adaptive testing: a primer. Mahwah, NJ: Erlbaum.
Fischer, G. H., & Pendl, P.. (1980). Individualized testing on the basis of the Rasch model. In . In J. Th. Van der Kamp, W. F. Langerak, and D. N. M. de Gruijter (Eds.). Psychometrics for educational debates. New York: Wiley.
Finkelman, M., Nering, M. L., & Roussos, L. A.. (2009). A Conditional Exposure Control Method for Multidimensional Adaptive Testing. Journal of Educational Measurement, 46, 84–103. doi:10.1111/j.1745-3984.2009.01070.x
Finkelman, M. (2003). An adaptation of stochastic curtailment to truncate Wald’s SPRT in computerized adaptive testing. presented at the Steptember, 2003, Los Angeles: National Center for Research on Evaluation, Standards, and Student Testing.
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Finkelman, M. D., Kim, W., He, Y., & Lai, A. M.. (2013). Item Ordering in Stochastically Curtailed Health Questionnaires With an Observable Outcome. Journal of Computerized Adaptive Testing, 1(3), 38-66. doi:10.7333/1304-0103038
Finkelman, M. D. (2010). Variations on Stochastic Curtailment in Sequential Mastery Testing. Applied Psychological Measurement, 34, 27-45. doi:10.1177/0146621609336113
Finkelman, M., Weiss, D. J., & Kim-Kang, G.. (2009). Item selection and hypothesis testing for the adaptive measurement of change. In . D. J. Weiss (Ed.), Proceedings of the 2009 GMAC Conference on Computerized Adaptive Testing.
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Finkelman, M. D., Weiss, D. J., & Kim-Kang, G.. (2010). Item Selection and Hypothesis Testing for the Adaptive Measurement of Change. Applied Psychological Measurement, 34(4), 238-254. doi:10.1177/0146621609344844
Finkelman, M. D. (2008). On using stochastic curtailment to shorten the SPRT in sequential mastery testing. Journal of Educational and Behavioral Statistics, 33, 442.
Fields, F. A. (1992). Computerized adaptive testing for NCLEX-PN. Journal of Practical Nursing, 42, 8-10. presented at the Jun.
Ferguson, R. L. (1971). Computer assistance for individualizing measurement. Pittsburgh PA: University of Pittsburgh R and D Center.
Ferguson, R. L. (1970). Computer assistance for individualizing measurement. Computers and Automation, March 1970, 19.
Ferguson, R. L. (1970). Computer assistance for individualizing measurement. Pittsburgh PA: University of Pittsburgh, Learning Research and Development Center.
Ferguson, R. L. (1969). Computer-assisted criterion-referenced measurement (Working Paper No 49). Pittsburgh PA: University of Pittsburgh, Learning and Research Development Center. (ERIC No. ED 037 089).
Ferguson, R. L. (1970). A model for computer-assisted criterion-referenced measurement. In Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association/National Council on Measurement in Education. Minneapolis MN.
Ferguson, R. L. (1969). The development, implementation, and evaluation of a computer-assisted branched test for a program of individually prescribed instruction. Doctoral dissertation, University of Pittsburgh. Dissertation Abstracts International, 30-09A, 3856. (University Microfilms No. 70-4530).
Ferguson, R. L., & Hsu, T.. (1971). The application of item generators for individualizing mathematics testing and instruction (Report 1971/14). Pittsburgh PA: University of Pittsburgh Learning Research and Development Center.
Feng, X. (2003). Statistical detection and estimation of differential item functioning in computerized adaptive testing. Dissertation Abstracts International: Section B: The Sciences & Engineering, 64, 2736.
Featherman, C. M., Subhiyah, R. G., & Hadadi, A.. (1996). New algorithms for item selection and exposure and proficiency estimation under 1- and 2-PL models. In Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association. New York.

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