Developing Process Measurement Models with Broad Applicability
Some important process measurement models assume that a response is triggered after an information accumulation process. In the current project we validate these process measurement models and extend them for broad applicability. The project consists of four subprojects: Subproject one focuses on extending the existing models for multiple-choice items, thereby accounting for alternative attractiveness of the response categories. In subproject two we develop models for response processes that require multiple stages. Subproject three investigates how group differences in these models can be traced. In the final subproject an R package is developed that allows fitting and evaluation of our models.
Prof. Han L. J. van der Maas, Prof. Gunter K.J. Maris & Dr Dylan Molenaar
NWO-Graduate Programme IOPS
1 September 2016 – 1 September 2020