Ji Seung Yang
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How true is grit? Assessing its relations to high school and college students’ personality characteristics, self-regulation, engagement, and achievement.
K Muenks, A Wigfield, JS Yang, CR O'Neal
Journal of Educational Psychology 109 (5), 599, 2017
Generalized full-information item bifactor analysis.
L Cai, JS Yang, M Hansen
Psychological methods 16 (3), 221, 2011
Construct meaning in multilevel settings
LM Stapleton, JS Yang, GR Hancock
Journal of Educational and Behavioral Statistics 41 (5), 481-520, 2016
Associations between grit, motivation, and achievement in high school students.
K Muenks, JS Yang, A Wigfield
Motivation Science 4 (2), 158, 2018
Multilevel and single-level models for measured and latent variables when data are clustered
LM Stapleton, DM McNeish, JS Yang
Educational Psychologist 51 (3-4), 317-330, 2016
Characterizing sources of uncertainty in item response theory scale scores
JS Yang, M Hansen, L Cai
Educational and psychological measurement 72 (2), 264-290, 2012
Estimation of contextual effects through nonlinear multilevel latent variable modeling with a Metropolis–Hastings Robbins–Monro algorithm
JS Yang, L Cai
Journal of Educational and Behavioral Statistics 39 (6), 550-582, 2014
Association of spinal deformity and pelvic tilt with gait asymmetry in adolescent idiopathic scoliosis patients: Investigation of ground reaction force
YS Park, YT Lim, K Koh, JM Kim, HJ Kwon, JS Yang, JK Shim
Clinical Biomechanics 36, 52-57, 2016
Associations between grit, motivation, and achievement in high school students. Motivation Science, 4 (2), 158–176
K Muenks, JS Yang, A Wigfield
Handling measurement error in predictors using a multilevel latent variable plausible values approach
JS Yang, M Seltzer
Advances in Multilevel Modeling for Educational Research: Addressing …, 2015
Bootstrap-calibrated interval estimates for latent variable scores in item response theory
Y Liu, JS Yang
Psychometrika 83 (2), 333-354, 2018
Item Response Data Analysis Using Stata Item Response Theory Package
JS Yang, X Zheng
Journal of Educational and Behavioral Statistics 43 (1), 116-129, 2018
Efficacy of rhythmic exercise and walking exercise in the older adults’ exercise participation rates & physical function outcomes.
YS Park, K Joh, JS Yang, JK Shim
The Geriatrics & Gerontology International 17 (12), 2311-2318, 2017
Interval Estimation of Latent Variable Scores in Item Response Theory
Y Liu, JS Yang
Journal of Educational and Behavioral Statistics 43 (3), 259-285, 2018
Grit and conscientiousness: Another jangle fallacy
A Ponnock, K Muenks, M Morell, JS Yang, JR Gladstone, A Wigfield
Journal of Research in Personality 89, 104021, 2020
Restricted Recalibration of Item Response Theory Models
Y Liu, JS Yang, A Maydeu-Olivares
Psychometrika 84 (2), 529-553, 2019
Using Sample Weights in Item Response Data Analysis under Complex Sample Designs
X Zheng, JS Yang
Quantitative Psychology Research, 123-137, 2016
Grit: The long and short of it.
M Morell, JS Yang, JR Gladstone, L Turci Faust, AR Ponnock, HJ Lim, ...
Journal of Educational Psychology, 2020
Constructed response items
JS Yang, M Morell, Y Liu
The SAGE Encyclopedia of Educational Research, Measurement& Evaluation, 2018
Dealing with Measurement Error in Estimating a Cross-level Interaction: Nonlinear Multilevel Latent Variable Modeling Approach with a Metropolis-Hastings Robbins-Monro Algorithm
JS Yang, L Cai
KAERA Research Forum, 55, 2014
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