Edgar C. Merkle, Ph.D.

Ohio State University, Columbus, Columbus, OH 
mathematical psychology
"Edgar Merkle"
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Trisha Van Zandt grad student 2005 Ohio State
 (Bayesian estimation of factor analysis models with incomplete data.)
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Merkle EC, Wang T. (2016) Bayesian latent variable models for the analysis of experimental psychology data. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review
Holmes-Rovner M, Montgomery JS, Rovner DR, et al. (2015) Informed Decision Making: Assessment of the Quality of Physician Communication about Prostate Cancer Diagnosis and Treatment. Medical Decision Making : An International Journal of the Society For Medical Decision Making. 35: 999-1009
Merkle EC, You D, Preacher KJ. (2015) Testing Nonnested Structural Equation Models. Psychological Methods
Wang T, Merkle EC, Zeileis A. (2014) Score-based tests of measurement invariance: use in practice. Frontiers in Psychology. 5: 438
Merkle EC, Fan J, Zeileis A. (2014) Testing for measurement invariance with respect to an ordinal variable. Psychometrika. 79: 569-84
Steyvers M, Wallsten TS, Merkle EC, et al. (2014) Evaluating probabilistic forecasts with Bayesian signal detection models. Risk Analysis : An Official Publication of the Society For Risk Analysis. 34: 435-52
Turner BM, Steyvers M, Merkle EC, et al. (2014) Forecast aggregation via recalibration Machine Learning. 95: 261-289
Merkle EC, Zeileis A. (2013) Tests of measurement invariance without subgroups: a generalization of classical methods. Psychometrika. 78: 59-82
Shaffer VA, Probst CA, Merkle EC, et al. (2013) Why do patients derogate physicians who use a computer-based diagnostic support system? Medical Decision Making : An International Journal of the Society For Medical Decision Making. 33: 108-18
Merkle EC, Steyvers M. (2013) Choosing a strictly proper scoring rule Decision Analysis. 10: 292-304
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