Okan Bulut - Associate Professor
(PhD, University of Minnesota, 2013)
Research Interests: Educational measurement and psychometrics, focusing on unidimensional, multidimensional, and explanatory item response modeling, computerized adaptive testing, differential item functioning and measurement invariance, technology-enhanced assessment, and external factors affecting student learning such as technology use in classrooms.
Damien Cormier - Associate Professor
(PhD, University of Minnesota, 2012)
Research Interests: Educational and psychological assessment, applied psychometrics, with a particular focus on measuring human cognitive abilities (i.e. cognitive processes, intelligence) and academic achievement (i.e. learning). Secondary areas of interests include: technological advancements in the assessment of student performance (e.g. automated essay scoring, computer adaptive testing) and quantitative methods.
Ying Cui - Associate Professor
(PhD, University of Alberta, 2007)
Research Interests: Educational measurement and evaluation; cognitive diagnostic assessment; research design and applied statistical methods.
Mark J. Gierl - Professor, Director of CRAME and Canada Research Chair in Educational Measurement
(PhD, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 1996)
Research Interests: Educational and psychological measurement, focusing on differential item and bundle functioning; cognitively diagnostic assessment; assessment engineering; unidimensional and multidimensional item response theory.
Jacqueline P. Leighton - Professor and Registered Psychologist
(PhD, University of Alberta, 1999; PDF, Yale University, 2001)
Research Interests: Educational assessment with an emphasis on the development and validation of assessments designed to measure higher-order processes such as reasoning and problem-solving, cognitively-based tests of knowledge and skills, validity theory and statistics.
Btissam El Hassar
Seyma Nur Yildirim Erbasli