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The International Journal of Testing

The International Journal of Testing

About the International Journal of Testing

The official journal of the International Test Commission (ITC) is the International Journal of Testing (IJT), ISSN: 1530-5058.

From 2001, the IJT replaced the ITC Bulletin which used to appear three times per year in the European Journal of Psychological Assessment. References of some of the past publications in the ITC Bulletin can be found below.

The IJT is published by Taylor & Francis. It is intended to enhance professional communication about psychological testing. It contains articles by scholars and practitioners from various parts of the world who write about recent developments in their area of expertise.

Co-editors of the IJT are:

  • Avi Allalouf, National Institute for Testing and Evaluation (NITE), Israel.
  • Stephen Stark, University of South Florida, USA.
Associate editor of the IJT is:
  • April Zenisky, Center for Educational Assessment School of Education University of Massachusetts, 413-577-2180, ijteditor@intestcom.org.

Information for authors: Please download a document containing information for authors here.

Information for reviewers: Please download a document containing information for reviewers here.

Website: Please consult the journal website here.

Linkedin Group: Please consult the International Journal of Testing LinkedIn page here.

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Past Issues of the Bulletin of the International Test Commission

The Bulletin of the ITC was published from 1993 to 1999. Below is a listing of articles published in that time.

Editor from 1993 –1994: Prof. Ronald K. Hambleton, University of Massachusetts at Amherst, USA.
  • Ronald K. Hambleton. Translating achievement tests for use in cross-national studies.
  • Gary J. Robertson & Lorraine D. Eyde. Improving test use in the United States : the development of an Interdisciplinary casebook.
  • Peter Tellegen & Jaap Laros. The construction and validation of a nonverbal test of intelligence: the revision of the Snijders-Oomen Tests.
  • Jose Muniz & Dolores Paz. Primary school teachers' attitudes toward test use with children.
  • Richard W. Woodcock & Ana F. Munoz-Sandoval. An IRT approach to cross-language test equating and interpretation.
  • Scott Wetzler & Douglas B. Marlowe. Clinical psychology by computer?: State of the "art"
  • Reinhold S. Jäger. Computerized testing in educational settings. What should be done?
  • Lyle Schoenfeldt. Computer-assisted testing in organizational psychology
  • Robert J. Sternberg. Experimental approaches to human intelligence
  • Richard K. Wagner: Practical intelligence
  • Vladimir Druzhinin. Studies of intellect in the USSR and Russia
  • Ronald K. Hambleton. Guidelines for adapting educational and psychological tests: A progress report 

Editor from 1995–1999: Prof. Fons van de Vijver, Tilburg University, Netherlands.
  • Steven D. Penrod, Solomon M. Fulero, & Brian L. Cutler. Expert psychological testimony in the United States: A new playing field?
  • Gisli H. Gudjonsson. Psychological evidence in court
  • Jean Cardinet (English translation by Jacques Grégoire). Prehistory of the International Test Commission
  • Juan Fernández, Miguel A. Mateo, & José Muñiz. Evaluation of the Academic Setting in Spain
  • Frank Verhulst. Recent developments in the assessment and diagnosis of child psychopathology
  • Thomas Widiger & Seth Axelrod. Recent developments in the clinical assessment of personality disorders
  • Dave Bartram. Test qualifications and test use in the UK: The competence approach
  • Marvin Simner. Recommendations by the Canadian psychological association for improving the North American safeguards that help protect the public against test misuse
  • Arne Evers. Regulations concerning test qualifications and test use in the Netherlands
  • John Fremer. Promoting high standards for test use: Developments in the United States
  • Thomas Oakland, Cengiz Gulek & Joseph Glutting. Children’s test-taking behaviours: A review of literature, case study, and research on Turkish Children.
  • W.Todd Rogers & Ping Yang. Test-wiseness: Its nature and application.
  • Thomas Oakland. Test use among school psychologists: Past, current and emerging practices.
  • Jacques Gregoire: Diagnostic assessment of learning disabilities: From assessment of performance to assessment of competence.
  • Ronald K. Hambleton & Sharon Slater. Item response theory models and testing practices: Current international status and future directions.
  • Fons J.r. van de Vijver & Ype H. Poortinga. Towards an integrated analysis of bias in cross-cultural assessment.
  • C.A. W. Glas. Towards an integrated testing service system.
  • Albert. E. Beaton, Michael O. Martin & Ina V.S. Mullis. Providing data for educational policy in an international context: the third International Mathematics and Science Study (TIMSS)
  • Graham Davidson. The ethical use of tests: Australia.
  • Wayne J. Camara. Use and consequences of assessments in the USA : Professional, ethical and legal issues.
  • Casper J. Koene. Tests and professional ethics and values in European psychologists.
  • Cheryl D. Foxcroft. Psychological testing in South Africa: Perspectives regarding ethical and fair practices.
  • Richard, H. Dana. Multicultural assessment of personality and psychopathology in the United states: Still art, not yet science, and controversial.
  • Elias Mpofu & Kwadzanai R.L. Nyanungo/ Educational and psychological testing in Zimbabwean schools: Past, present and future.
  • Samuel Shye. Modern facet theory: Content design and measurement in behavioural research.
  • Barbro M. Bergling. Constructing items measuring logical operational thinking: Facet design based item construction using multiple categories scoring.
  • Dave Bartram & Iain Coyne. Variations in national patterns of testing and test use: The ITC/EFPPA international survey.
  • Marvin L. Simner. Use of TOEFL as a standard for university admission: A position statement by the Canadian Psychological Association.
  • Raymond M. Costello. Two foundations of Rorschach assessment revisited.
  • Irving B. Weiner. Contemporary perspectives on Rorschach assessment.
  • Jose Muniz, Gerardo Prieto, Leandro Almeida, & Dave Bartram. Test use in Spain, Portugal and Latin-American countries.
  • Jacques Gregoire. Emerging standards for test applications in the French-speaking countries of Europe.
  • Jan te Nijenhuis & Henk van der Flier. Bias research in the Netherlands: Review and Implications.
  • Norbert K. Tanzer 7 Catherine Q.E.sim. Adapting tests for use in multiple languages and cultures: A review of the ITC Guidelines for Test Adaptations.
  • Ronald K. Hambleton, Jiayuan Yu, & Sharon C. Slater. Fieldtest of the ITC Guidelines for Adapting Educational and Psychological Tests.
  • Chantale Jeanrie & Richard Bertrand. Translating tests with the ITC’s Guidelines: Keeping validity in mind.
  • Marvin L. Simner. Reply to the Universities’ reaction to the Canadian Psychological Association’s position statement on the Test of English as a Foreign Language