Developing a New Class of Approaches to Detecting and Controlling the Impact of Response Styles in Rating or Likert Scales
The Project involves the development of psychometric models to ensure the validity and reliability of surveys and assessments. Issues such as measurement invariance and rater severity are investigated in the Project.
Assist in conducting simulation and empirical studies, and perform any other duties as assigned.
A Master’s degree in Psychometrics/Psychology/Education/Statistics, with 1 year’s post-qualification working experience in conducting empirical research in psychology or education. Familiarity with statistical software (such as R, Mplus and/or Matlab); good background in advanced statistics, item response theory and psychometrics are required.
(Those who have responded to the previous advertisement in December 2017 need not re-apply.)
Salary offered will be highly competitive, commensurate with qualifications and experience. Fringe benefits include leave, medical and dental consultations at the campus clinic.
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