We invite you to share your works in the area of psychometrics and measurement across the human and social sciences, including psychology, education, health, and related fields with colleagues around the globe. Works related to Rasch Model and its application as well as works based on larger spectrum of psychometrics theory and application are greatly appreciated. Abstract may be submitted for oral presentation, symposium, or poster sessions.
The oral presentation is an individual presentation of an original work that has not been published elsewhere. The first authors will present abbreviated versions of their work. We will be grouping 3 – 5 individual presentations into a single 75 minutes chaired session. Typically, the chair will have 5 minutes to introduce the session followed by 12 minutes per presentation, discussant point of view, and audience questions and answers. The chair may adjust the time according to the number of presentations scheduled for the session. Ten minutes will be allocated for a discussant (optional) to address the session.
Symposia is a session focusing on a common issue. It includes a convener, three to four presenters, and a discussant. Abstract of a symposia should be submitted by the convener accompanied the abstract of the individual presentations. Typically, convener will chair the session and open the session by providing the perspective of the symposia. The convener will close the session by integrating all the presentations in to a meaningful whole.
Author of an abstract accepted for poster session will prepare and set up a display representing his/her work in a graphic display. The author will have the opportunity to display their work and take up an individual discussion throughout a half day. Space for poster session will be provided by the conference organizer.
Topics of the symposium will include but not limited to:
Following the usual PROMS practice, selected papers will be published in PROMS Conference Proceedings in collaboration with the Springer publisher. In addition, other papers will be published at the APSIMETRI journals reviewed by APSIMETRI scientific board.
|Abstract Submission||by: May 31, 2019|
|Abstract Acceptance||by: June 15, 2019|
|Early bird Registration||by: July 1, 2019|
Abstract may be submitted for either the Pacific Rims Objective Measurement Symposium (PROMS) or for the International Conference of Psychometrics of the Indonesian Psychometrics Association (APSIMETRI). Abstract, and therefore the presentation, for the PROMS must be in English. Abstract for the APSIMETRI can be either in English of in Bahsa Indonesia.
Please indicate whether you are submitting for Oral presentation or poster session. Abstract for symposia should be submitted by the convener.
All abstracts should be 300 – 500 length (not including the title) concisely describing the background, methods, results, and conclusion of the study without any graph and table. List all the authors and their affiliation. First author should be the presenting author.
Any query should be emailed to: firstname.lastname@example.org