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Claesgens, J., Scalise, K., Draney, K., Wilson, M., & Stacy, A.. (2002). Perspective of a Chemist: A Framework to Promote Conceptual Understanding of Chemistry. Presented at the

Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association, New Orleans, LA.

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Scalise, K., Claesgens, J., Krystyniak, R., Mebane, S., Wilson, M., & Stacy, A.. (2004). Perspectives of Chemists: Tracking conceptual understanding of student learning in chemistry at the secondary and university levels. Enhancing the Visibility and Credibility of Educational Research, American Educational Research Association Annual Meeting, San Diego, CA.
Wilson, M., Bejar, I., Scalise, K., Templin, J., Wiliam, D., & Torres Irribarra, D.. (2012). Perspectives on Methodological Issues. In Assessment and Teaching of 21st Century Skills (pp. 67–141). Springer.
Wilson, M., Bejar, I., Scalise, K., Templin, J., Wiliam, D., & Torres Irribarra, D.. (2012). Perspectives on Methodological Issues. In Assessment and Teaching of 21st Century Skills (pp. 67–141). Springer.
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Fisher, Jr., W. P., Seeratan, K., Draney, K., Wilson, M., Murray, E., Saldarriaga, C., et al.. (2012, April 12). Predicting Mathematics Test Item Difficulties: Results of a Preliminary Study. Presented at the International Objective Measurement Workshop in Vancouver, BC.
Maul, A., Wilson, M., & Torres Irribarra, D.. (2014, 04/2014). Is Psychological Measurement Possible?. Presented at the International Objective Measurement Workshop 20014, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
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Adams, R. J., Wu, M. L., & Wilson, M.. (2012). The Rasch rating model and the disordered threshold controversy. Educational and Psychological Measurement, 72, 547–573.
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Wilson, M., & Scalise, K.. (2003, June). Research on learning: Implications for assessment in higher education. Presented at the American Association for Higher Education Assessment Conference, Seattle, WA.
Wilson, M. (2012). Responding To A Challenge That Learning Progressions Pose To Measurement Practice. In Learning progressions in science (pp. 317–343). Springer.
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Santelices, M. Veronica, & Wilson, M.. (2010). Responding to claims of misrepresentation. Harvard Educational Review, 80, 413–417.
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Black, P., Wilson, M., & Yao, S. - Y.. (2011). Road maps for learning: A guide to the navigation of learning progressions. Measurement: Interdisciplinary Research & Perspective, 9, 71–123.
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Wilson, M., Roberts, L., Samson, S., & Sloane, K.. (2000). SEPUP Assessment Resources Handbook (No. BEAR Report Series). University of California, Berkeley.
Roberts, L., Wilson, M., & Draney, K.. (1997). The SEPUP Assessment System: An Overview. University of California, Berkeley.
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Diakow, R., Torres Irribarra, D., & Wilson, M.. (2013). Some Comments on Representing Construct Levels in Psychometric Models. In New Developments in Quantitative Psychology (pp. 319–334). Springer New York.
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Wilson, M., & Draney, K.. (2004). Some Links Between Large-Scale and Classroom Assessments: The Case of the BEAR Assessment System. Yearbook of the National Society for the Study of Education, 103, 132–154.

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