Michael Victor Levine

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University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, Urbana-Champaign, IL 
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Patrick Suppes grad student 1965 Stanford (Philosophy Tree)

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Fritz Drasgow grad student 1978 UIUC
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Carroll JD, Williams BA, Levine MV. (2007) Multidimensional modeling with unidimensional approximations Journal of Mathematical Psychology. 51: 207-228
Drasgow F, Levine MV, Zickar MJ. (1996) Optimal Identification of Mismeasured Individuals Applied Measurement in Education. 9: 47-64
Drasgow F, Levine Mv, Tsien S, et al. (1995) Fitting Polytomous Item Response Theory Models to Multiple-Choice Tests Applied Psychological Measurement. 19: 143-166
Levine MV, Drasgow F, Williams B, et al. (1992) Measuring the Difference Between Two Models Applied Psychological Measurement. 16: 261-278
Drasgow F, Levine MV, McLaughlin ME. (1991) Appropriateness Measurement for Some Multidimensional Test Batteries Applied Psychological Measurement. 15: 171-191
Drasgow F, Levine MV, Williams B, et al. (1989) Modeling Incorrect Responses to Multiple-Choice Items with Multilinear Formula Score Theory Applied Psychological Measurement. 13: 285-299
Levine MV, Drasgow F. (1988) Optimal appropriateness measurement Psychometrika. 53: 161-176
Drasgow F, Levine MV, McLaughlin ME. (1987) Detecting Inappropriate Test Scores with Optimal and Practical Appropriateness Indices Applied Psychological Measurement. 11: 59-79
Drasgow F, Levine MV. (1986) Optimal Detection of Certain Forms of Inappropriate Test Scores Applied Psychological Measurement. 10: 59-67
Drasgow F, Levine MV, Williams EA. (1985) Appropriateness measurement with polychotomous item response models and standardized indices British Journal of Mathematical and Statistical Psychology. 38: 67-86
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