Mark J. Gierl

Educational Psychology University of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada 
Tests and Measurements Education
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Lai H, Gierl MJ, Byrne BE, et al. (2016) Three Modeling Applications to Promote Automatic Item Generation for Examinations in Dentistry. Journal of Dental Education. 80: 339-47
Lai H, Gierl MJ, Touchie C, et al. (2016) Using Automatic Item Generation to Improve the Quality of MCQ Distractors. Teaching and Learning in Medicine. 0
Latifi S, Gierl MJ, Boulais AP, et al. (2016) Using Automated Scoring to Evaluate Written Responses in English and French on a High-Stakes Clinical Competency Examination. Evaluation & the Health Professions. 39: 100-13
Gierl MJ, Lai H, Pugh D, et al. (2016) Evaluating the Psychometric Characteristics of Generated Multiple-Choice Test Items Applied Measurement in Education. 29: 196-210
Gierl MJ, Ball MM, Vele V, et al. (2015) A method for generating nonverbal reasoning items using n-layer modeling Communications in Computer and Information Science. 571: 12-21
Gierl MJ, Latifi S, Lai H, et al. (2014) Automated essay scoring and the future of educational assessment in medical education. Medical Education. 48: 950-62
Daniels VJ, Bordage G, Gierl MJ, et al. (2014) Effect of clinically discriminating, evidence-based checklist items on the reliability of scores from an Internal Medicine residency OSCE. Advances in Health Sciences Education : Theory and Practice. 19: 497-506
Gierl MJ, Lai H. (2013) Evaluating the quality of medical multiple-choice items created with automated processes. Medical Education. 47: 726-33
Gierl MJ, Lai H. (2013) Instructional Topics in Educational Measurement (ITEMS) Module: Using Automated Processes to Generate Test Items Educational Measurement: Issues and Practice. 32: 36-50
Gierl MJ, Lai H, Li J. (2013) Identifying differential item functioning in multi-stage computer adaptive testing Educational Research and Evaluation. 19: 188-203
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