Clement Stone - Publications
Emeritus Faculty

Journals

Stone, C.A., & Leventhal B.C. (2016). Accounting for multidimensionality in item responses in patient-centered and patient reported outcomes measurement. International Journal of Person Centered Medicine, 6(4), 274-288.
Stone, C. A. & Tang, Y. (2013). Comparing Propensity Score Methods in Balancing Covariates and Recovering Impact in Small Sample Educational Program Evaluations. Practical Assessment, Research & Evaluation, 18(13).
Doyle, P.J., Hula, W.D., Hula, S.N., Stone, C.A., Wambaugh, J.L., Ross, K.B., & Schumacher, J.G. (2013). Self- and surrogate-reported communication functioning in aphasia. Quality of Life Research, 22(5), 957-67.
Zhu, X., & Stone, C.A. (2012). Bayesian comparison of alternative graded response models for performance assessment applications. Educational and Psychological Measurement. 72, 774-799.
Judith A. C., Dunbar-Jacob, J., Sereika, S.M., Stone, C.A., Fasickzka, A., Jarrett, R.B., & Thase, M.E. (In Press). Barriers to Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Homework Completion Scale- Depression Version: Development and Psychometric Evaluation. International Journal of Cognitive Therapy, 5 (2), 219-235.
Kirisci, L., Tarter, R., Reynolds, M., Ridenour, T., Stone, C., & Vanyukov, M. (2012). Computer adaptive testing of liability to addiction: Identifying individuals at risk. Drug and Alcohol Dependence. Suppl 1:S79-86
Ting Xu and Clement A. Stone. Using IRT Trait Estimates Versus Summated Scores in Predicting Outcomes. Educational and Psychological Measurement, June 2012; vol. 72, 3: pp. 453-468.
Zhu, X., & Stone, C.A. (2011). Assessing fit of unidimensional graded response models using Bayesian methods. Journal of Educational Measurement, 48, 81-97.
Stone, C.A., Ye, F., Zhu, X., & Lane, S. (2010). Providing subscale scores for diagnostic information: A case study when a test is essentially unidimensional. Applied Measurement in Education, 23, 63-86.
Zhang, B. & Stone, C.A. (2008). Evaluating item fit for compensatory multidimensional item response theory models. Educational and Psychological Measurement, 68 (2), 181-196.
Stone, C.A., & Yeh, C. (2006). Assessing the dimensionality and factor structure of multiple-choice exams: An empirical comparison of methods using the Multistate Bar Examination. Educational and Psychological Measurement, 66, 193-214.
Stone, C.A., Weissman, A., & Lane, S. (2005). Consistency of student proficiency classifications under competing IRT models for a state assessment program. Educational Assessment, 10, 125-146.
Stone, C.A. & Zhang, B. (2003). Comparing three new approaches for assessing goodness-of-fit in IRT models. Journal of Educational Measurement, 4, 331-352.
Stone, C.A. & Lane, S. (2003). Consequences of a State Accountability Program: Examining Relationships between School Performance Gains and Teacher, Student, and School Variables. Applied Measurement in Education, 1, 1-26.
Stone, C.A. (2000). Monte-carlo based null distribution for an alternative fit statistic. Journal of Educational Measurement, 37, 58-75

Books

Stone, C.A. & Zhu, X. (2015). Bayesian analysis of item response theory models using SAS . Cary, NC: SAS Publications.

Book Chapters

Kamarck, T.W., Absi, M., Epstein, D. Estin, E., Intille, S., Kirk, G. Kumar, S. Preston, K. Rea, M,. Scott, M., Shetty, V., Shiffman, S,. Stewiorek, D., Smailagic, A. Stone, C., & Venugapa, M. (In Press). Amabulatory Monitoring and Ecological Momentary Assessment. In Waldstien, S. Katzel, L. & Kop, W. (Eds.), Handbook of cardiovascular behavioral medicine.
Lane, S. & Stone, C.A. (2006). Performance Assessment. In R. L. Brennan (Ed.), Educational measurement (4th ed.). Westport, CT: American Council on Education/Praeger.

Papers

Stone, C.A. (2013). Using SAS PROC MCMC to estimate and evaluate item response theory models. Proceedings from SIS 2013 published in Advances in Latent Variables, Eds. Brentari E., Carpita M., Vita e Pensiero.

Manuscripts

Bjorner, J.B, Smith, K.J., Stone, C.A., & Sun, X. (2007). IRTFIT: A macro for item fit and local dependence tests under IRT models. Lincoln, RI: Quality Metric, Inc.
Clement Stone

Contact

University of Pittsburgh
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cas@pitt.edu