Deborah Bandalos, Ph.D., is Professor and the Director of the Assessment and Measurement Ph.D. program within the Department of Graduate Psychology at James Madison University.
Bandalos’s research areas include scale development, exploratory factor analysis, and structural equation modeling. She has taught courses in measurement theory, exploratory factor analysis, latent variable models, and missing data methods for over 30 years.
Bandalos is the author of the book Measurement Theory and Applications for the Social Sciences and has published numerous articles and book chapters on item development, statistical methods, and their applications.
She is an elected Fellow of the American Psychological Association and an elected member of the Society for Multivariate Experimental Psychology.
You can visit her university webpage here.
Scale Construction and Development
Tuesday, August 15 –
Friday, August 18, 2023
Multiple-item scales designed to measure attitudes, opinions, personality, and other attributes are ubiquitous in today’s world, and are widely used in making hiring decisions, assessing student, customer, and employee satisfaction, conducting needs assessments and program evaluations, and in research projects.View Details