Measurement: Interdisciplinary Research and Perspectives
Measurement: Interdisciplinary Research and Perspectives
Journal Title: Measurement: Interdisciplinary Research and Perspectives
ISSN: 1536-6367
ISSN Online: 1536-6359
Publication Frequency: 4 issues per year
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Measurement is devoted to the interdisciplinary study of measurement in the human sciences. Each issue of the journal features a focus article, along with commentaries that embody dialogue and debate across multiple perspectives. The journal’s overarching theme is to promote the development, critique, and enrichment of the concepts and practices of measurement. Through peer commentary and authors’responses, Measurement provides an opportunity for discussion that is largely unavailable outside the specific authors and reviewers of a particular manuscript.

The focus articles (which may be single papers or sets of linked papers) address important issues in the field, and may be in one of the following genres:

a report and/or discussion of empirical research with a broader scope and/or implication than found in other measurement-associated journals; a significant theoretical article that systematizes or gives new perspectives on a body of theory, research, and/or practice in measurement; a novel interpretation, synthesis, or critique of measurement work; a summary and commentary on a field of application of measurement that either is a significant contribution to measurement in that field, or which contains an important message for measurement work in general; a rigorous, evidence-based critique of measurement theory and practices from outside the discipline, or from within measurement.

This journal is intended for social scientists with an interest in the study of measurement, and its theory, application, and criticism, including psychometricians, sociometricians, mathematical psychologists, clinical psychologists, educational curriculum developers, policy researchers, educational and psychological test developers and assessment designers,and medical and public health professionals.

Please email your manuscript as an attachment to the Managing Editor in a standard format (e.g., Microsoft Word) to: kdraney@berkeley.edu. Alternatively, mail a disk copy to: Karen Draney, Managing Editor, Measurement: Interdisciplinary Research and Perspectives, Graduate School of Education, University of California, Berkeley,CA 94720, USA.

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Peer Review Policy: All focus articles in this journal haveundergone rigorous peer review, based on initial editor screening and anonymous refereeing by two anonymous referees. All commentary and rejoinder papers in this journal have undergone editorial screening and peer review.


Subjects Covered & Scope: Behavioral Sciences; Education; Education - Social Sciences; Educational Research; Mathematics & Statistics; Psychological Science; Research Methods in Education; Social Sciences; Statistical Theory & Methods; Statistics; Statistics & Probability; Testing, Measurement and Assessment
Editor Board:
EDITORS
Mark Wilson -  University of California, Berkeley
Paul De Boeck -  K.U. Leuven, Belgium
Pamela Moss -  University of Michigan

MANAGING EDITOR
Karen Draney - University of California, Berkeley
 
 
EDITORIAL BOARD

Australia
Geoff Masters -  Australian Council for Educational Research
Tim McNamara -  University of Melbourne
 
France
Jean-Francois Laslier -  École Polytechnique, Paris

Germany
Peter Borkenau -  Martin-Luther Universität Halle-Wittenberg
Michael Eid - Freie Universität Berlin
Uwe Engel -  Universität Bremen

The Netherlands
Boele de Raad -  University of Groningen
Willem Heiser -  Leiden University

Spain
Vincenç Quera -  Universidad de Barcelona

United Kingdom
Paul Black -  King’s College, University of London
Marie Johnston -  University of St. Andrews
 
United States
Lloyd Bond -  Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching
Roy D’ Andrade -  University of California, San Diego
Susan Embretson -  Georgia Institute of Technology
George Engelhard, Jr. -  Emory University
Kurt Fischer -  Harvard University
James Greeno -  Stanford University
Edward Haertel -  Stanford University
Paul W. Holland -  Educational Testing Service
Brian Junker -  Carnegie Mellon University
Michael Kane -  National Conference of Bar Examiners
George A. Marcoulides -  California State University, Fullerton
Robert Mislevy -  University of Maryland, College Park
Theodore Porter -  University of California, Los Angeles
Diana Pullin -  Boston College
Stephen Raudenbush -  University of Michigan
Mark Reckase -  Michigan State University
Paul Sackett -  University of Minnesota
Lorrie Shepard -  University of Colorado at Boulder
Kenneth Wolpin -  University of Pennsylvania

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