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BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION P.K. IMBRIE is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Engineering Education at Purdue University and is experienced in the design and development of new and innovative educational pedagogies. He was involved in the NSF funded Foundation Coalition as part of the local Management Team, while at Texas A&M University. He participated in the pilot programs for restructuring the freshman year by emphasizing content integration, an active/collaborative learning environment, efficient technology utilization and continuous change based on assessment and evaluation.
SUSAN J. MALLER is an Associate Professor of Educational Psychology (Measurement and Research Methodology) at Purdue University (1999-present), and is Co-Director of the Purdue University Psychometric Laboratory. She is Associate Editor of Psychology in the Schools, and is on the editorial boards of Educational and Psychological Measurement, Journal of School Psychology and Journal of Psychoeducational Assessment. She has received funding from The Spencer Foundation, NSF, and the Indiana Department of Education. Her publications concern the development and psychometric properties of the educational and psychological tests.
JASON C. IMMEKUS is an advanced doctoral student in the Educational Psychology program at Purdue University. His areas of specialization are applied measurement and research design. His research interests include test validity, structural equation modeling, and test development.
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Immekus, J., & Maller, S., & Imbrie, P. (2005, June), Assessing Team Effectiveness Paper presented at 2005 Annual Conference, Portland, Oregon. https://peer.asee.org/14862
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