Everett V. Smith, PhD
Professor of Educational Psychology
Building & Room:
1040 W. Harrison St. (MC 147), Chicago, IL 60607
Everett Smith specializes in psychometrics, specifically Rasch measurement, and his research interests and expertise include test and rating scale design and analysis for the measurement of latent constructs and testing model robustness.
He studies applications of Rasch measurement in the social, behavioral, health, rehabilitation, and medical sciences for both criterion and norm-reference assessments. Among these applications include studies of dimensionality, DIF, cross-cultural equivalence, equating, item banking, rating scale optimization and standard setting. Dr. Smith is the co-editor of Introduction to Rasch Measurement: Theory, Models, and Applications (2004), Rasch Measurement: Advanced and Specialized Applications (2007), and Criterion-Reference Testing: Practice Analysis to Score Reporting Using Rasch Measurement Models (2009). He serves as the associate editor for the Journal of Applied Measurement and is on the editorial board of Educational and Psychological Measurement.
Smith, Jr., E.V., & Stone, G.E. (Eds.). (2009). Applications of Rasch measurement in Criterion-Reference Testing: Practice Analysis to Score Reporting. Maple Grove, MN: JAM Press.
Smith, Jr., E.V., & Smith, R.M. (Eds.). (2006). Rasch Measurement: Advanced and Specialized Applications. Maple Grove, MN: JAM Press.
Smith, Jr., E.V., & Smith, R.M. (Eds.), (2004). Introduction to Rasch Measurement: Theory, Models, and Applications. Maple Grove, MN: JAM Press.
PhD, University of Connecticut