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Clement A Stone is a Professor of Research Methods in the Department of Psychology in Education. His research interests include educational and psychological assessment, large scale assessment and psychometrics, including instrument development and validation, item response theory models and applications, computer adaptive testing, simulation and Monte Carlo methods, applied Bayesian methods and applications to IRT, quasi-experimental designs and propensity scoring methods, and the measurement of change.
Stone, C.A. (June, 2013). Paper presented at the SIS annual meeting, Brescia, Italy.
Kamarck, T.W., Anderson, B., Siewiorek, D.P., Stone , C.A., Shiffman, S., Smailagic, A., Wethington, A., French, B. , Heineman, E. (March, 2013). Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Psychosomatic Society, Miami.
Doyle, P. Hula, W., Hula, S., Stone, C.A., Ross, K., Wambaugh, J., Schumacher, J. & Roehrig, A. (May, 2012). Paper presented at the Annual Clinical Aphasiology Conference, Lake Tahoe, NV.
Stone, C.A., & Tang, Y. (April, 2012). Comparing propensity scoring methods: Practical issues for studying program impact. Paper presented at the 2012 Eastern Evaluation Research Society Conference, Galloway, New Jersey.