Statistics Faculty

Jeffrey A. Douglas

  • Professor
  • Department of Statistics
  • University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
  • 116E Illini Hall
  • 725 S. Wright St.
  • Champaign, IL 61820 USA
  • (217) 333-2167
  • Website
  • Educational Background

  • PhD, Statistics, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 1995
  • Research Interests

  • Multivariate latent variable methodology for complex statistical surveys and instruments - with applications to assessment of health quality of life and item response theory in educational and psychological testing
  • Honors and Appointments

  • Associate Editor, Statistics and Its Interface (2007-)
  • Associate Editor, Psychometrika (2003-)
  • Assistant Professor and Associate Professor, Biostatistics and Medical Informatics, University of Wisconsin-Madison (1995-2001)
  • Co-director of Educational and Psychological Measurement Lab
  • Recent Publications

    Ye S, Fellouris G, Culpepper S, Douglas J. Sequential detection of learning in cognitive diagnosis. British Journal of Mathematical and Statistical Psychology, In press, 2016.

    Wang S, Lin Y, Chang H, Douglas J. Hybrid computerized adaptive testing: From group sequential design to fully sequential design. Journal of Educational Measurement, 53, 45-62, 2016.

    Wang S, Douglas J. Consistency of nonparametric classification in cognitive diagnosis. Psychometrika, 80, 85-100, 2015.

    Hong H, Wang C, Lim YS, Douglas J. Efficient models for cognitive diagnosis with continuous and mixed-type latent variables. Applied Psychological Measurement, 39, 31-43, 2015.

    Wang C, Chang H, Douglas J. The linear transformation model with frailties for the analysis of item response times. British Journal of Mathematical and Statistical Psychology, 66, 148-168., 2013.

    Wang C, Fan Z, Chang H, Douglas J. A semiparametric model for jointly analyzing response times and accuracy in computerized testing. Journal of Educational and Behavioral Statistics, 38, 381-417, 2013.

    Chiu C, Douglas J, A nonparametric approach to cognitive diagnosis by proximity to ideal response patterns. Journal of Classification, 30, 225-230, 2013.

    Wang C, Chang H, Douglas J. Combining CAT with cognitive diagnosis: A weighted item selection approach. Behavior Research Methods, 44, 95-109, 2012.

    Fan Z, Wang C, Chang H, Douglas J. Utilizing response time distributions for item selection in CAT. Journal of Educational and Behavioral Statistics, 37, 579-600, 2012.

    Chiu C, Douglas J, Li X. Cluster analysis for cognitive diagnosis: Theory and applications. Psychometrika, 74, 633-655, 2009.