Renske Kuijpers is a postdoctoral researcher at the department of Psychological Methods. She received her PhD in psychometrics in 2015 from Tilburg University, title of her dissertation was “Applications of Categorical Marginal Models in Test Construction”. Her current research interests are item response theory, response time modelling, person fit, and Mokken scale analysis.
Kuijpers, R. E., Van der Ark, L. A., Croon, M. A., & Sijtsma (2016). Bias in Point Estimates and Standard Errors of Mokken’s Scalability Coefficients. Applied Psychological Measurement, 40, 331-345.
Kuijpers, R. E., Bergsma, W. P., Van der Ark, L. A., & Croon, M. A. (2015). Comparing estimation methods for categorical marginal models. In R. E. Millsap, D. M. Bolt, L. A. Van der Ark, & W.-C. Wang (Eds.), Quantitative psychology research: The 78th annual meeting of the Psychometric Society Vol. 89. Springer Proceedings in Mathematics & Statistics (pp. 359-375). New York: Springer.
Kuijpers, R. E., Van der Ark, L. A., & Croon, M. A. (2013). Standard errors and confidence intervals for scalability coefficients in Mokken scale analysis using marginal models. Sociological Methodology, 43, 42-69.
Kuijpers, R. E., Van der Ark, L. A., & Croon, M. A. (2013). Rejoinder: Marginal models and Mokken scale analysis. Sociological Methodology, 43, 126-129.
Kuijpers, R. E., Van der Ark, L. A., & Croon, M. A. (2013). Testing hypotheses involving Cronbach’s alpha using marginal models. British Journal of Mathematical and Statistical Psychology, 66, 503-520.
For publications, code and data sets, see my website.