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ABSTRACT SUBMISSION

PROMS invites presentations on the theory and practice of applying the Rasch model across the human sciences, including business, education, health and psychology. These could include research applying the Rasch model, advances in the practice of measurement, or reviews of modern measurement theory. Topics of submission may include, but are not limited to:

  • Development and validation of assessment instruments
  • Rater effects in performance assessment
  • Fairness of using assessment to make decisions
  • Assessing language skills such as listening, reading, writing, and speaking
  • Advances in the practice of measurement
  • Issues relating to modern measurement theory
  • Technical issues of the application of the Rasch model
  • Using the Rasch model collaboratively with other statistical procedures such as G-theory

Following the usual PROMS practice, accepted papers will be allocated to presentation strands with similar focus.

Abstract Submission
Important Dates

Abstract Submission before 1st April, 2018
Abstract Acceptance before 5th May, 2018
Earlybird Registration before 30th May, 2018

Selected papers will be published in PROMS Conference Proceedings by Springer-Verlag.

To submit an abstract, please use the following link:
https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=proms2018
When you click on this link, you will be asked to register for an account at easychair.org. After you register, you can log in and submit your proposal. Questions concerning proposal submission should be addressed to jinsongfan@fudan.edu.cn

All abstracts should have five sections as follows:

  1. Aims and key words: The main objective(s) or the goal to achieve (where appropriate) and the relevant hypothesis or hypotheses tested (if there is);
  2. Sample: Specified subject status and sample size;
  3. Method: The research design, method(s) and procedures (when necessary);
  4. Results: The major findings of the study;
  5. Conclusions: The main conclusions, implication(s) and significance(s) of the findings.

All abstracts should be prepared in English, and should not exceed 400 words.