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Educational and Psychological Measurement

Volume 70 Number 1, February 2010

Articles

 

The impact of outliers on Cronbach's Coefficient Alpha Estimate of Reliability: Ordinal/Rating Scale item responses

Yan Liu, Amery D. Wu & Bruno D. Zumbo

5–21

Immediate feedback and opportunity to revise answers to open-ended questions

Yigal Attali & Don Powers

22–35

The effects of initially misclassified data on the effectiveness of discriminant function analysis and finite mixture modeling

Jocelyn E. Holden & Ken Kelley

36–55

Weighting by inverse variance or by sample size in random-effects meta-analysis

Fulgencio Marín-Martínez & Julio Sánchez-Meca

56–73

An algorithm for converting ordinal scale measurement data to interval/ratio scale

J. Scott Granberg-Rademacker

74–90

Factor structure invariance of the Kaufman Adolescent and Adult Intelligence Test across male and female samples

Jason C. Immekus & Susan J. Maller

91–104

Development of the Competitive Work Environment Scale: a multidimensional climate construct

Thomas D. Fletcher & David N. Nusbaum

105–124

The internal structure of positive and negative affect: a confirmatory factor analysis of the PANAS

Daniel E. Tuccitto, Peter R. Giacobbi, Jr. & Walter L. Leite

125–141

The Mathematics Value Inventory for general education students: development and initial validation

Vickie R. Luttrell, Bruce W. Callen, Charles S. Allen, Mark D. Wood, Donald G. Deeds & David C. S.

142–160

Factor invariance assessment of the Dean–Woodcock Sensory–Motor Battery for patients with ADHD versus nonclinical subjects

Holmes Finch, Andrew Davis & Raymond S. Dean

161–173

 

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Educational Administration Quarterly

Volume 46 Number 1, February 2010

Articles

 

Reconsidering the utility of case study designs for researching school reform in a neo-scientific era: insights from a multiyear, mixed-methods study

Robert Donmoyer & Fred Galloway

3–30

How principals and peers influence teaching and learning

Jonathan Supovitz, Philip Sirinides & Henry May

31–56

The alignment of the informal and formal organizational supports for reform: implications for improving teaching in schools

William R. Penuel, Margaret Riel, Aasha Joshi, Leslie Pearlman, Chong Min Kim & Kenneth A. Frank

57–95

Rethinking the politics of fit and educational leadership

Autumn K. Tooms, Catherine A. Lugg & Ira Bogotch

96–131

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Education, Citizenship and Social Justice

Volume 4 Number 3, November 2009

Articles

 

Service-learning in communication education: a case study investigation in support of a prisoners' human rights organization

Eleanor Novek

179–194

A university service-learning assignment: delivering the FAIR curriculum to K–12 students to promote social justice

Toni S. Zimmerman, Jennifer L. Krafchick & Jennifer T. Aberle

195–210

Sowing the seeds of citizenship and social justice: service-learning in a public speaking course

Lillie S. Ransom

211–224

The education ideal of the democratic citizen in Germany: challenges and changing trends

Alexy Buck & Brigitte Geissel

225–243

The moral construction of the good pupil embedded in school rules

Robert Thornberg

245–261

Erratum 262

Hip-hop and the academic canon

Daudi Abe

263–272

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Education and Urban Society

Volume 42 Number 2, January 2010

Articles

 

Examining the socio-cultural dimension of schooling in a racially integrated school

Ofelia Huidor & Robert Cooper

143–167

New Orleans's unique school reform effort and its potential implications for special education

Timothy E. Morse

168–181

Educators' perspectives on culturally relevant programs for academic success: the American Excellence Association

Jessica T. DeCuir-Gunby, Jocelyn DeVance Taliaferro & Derek Greenfield

182–204

Student discipline problems and the transition from elementary to middle school

Matthew T. Theriot & David R. Dupper

205–222

Measuring multi-ethnic desegregation

Ryane McAuliffe Straus

223–242

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