Jorge Tendeiro

Last Updated :2024/06/04

Affiliations, Positions
Graduate School of Advanced Science and Engineering, Professor
Web Site
E-mail
tendeirohiroshima-u.ac.jp
Self-introduction
I am the Program Manager for the HIRAKU-Global researcher development program. My research interests revolve around various topics within statistics, but more focus goes to item response theory and Bayesian statistics. I am both interested in the theoretical as well as the empirical approaches to statistics and data analysis. I am also an advocate of Open Science.

Basic Information

Academic Degrees

  • University of Groningen
  • University of Porto

Educational Activity

Course in Charge

  1. 2024, Liberal Arts Education Program1, 4Term, Fundamental Data Science
  2. 2024, Graduate Education (Master's Program) , 3Term, Data Literacy
  3. 2024, Graduate Education (Doctoral Program) , 4Term, Pattern Recognition and Machine Learning
  4. 2024, Undergraduate Education, 1Term, Social Statistics Analysis I
  5. 2024, Undergraduate Education, 1Term, Social Statistics Analysis II
  6. 2024, Undergraduate Education, 4Term, Informatics and Data Science Exercise IV(Data Science Program)
  7. 2024, Undergraduate Education, 1Term, Data Science Seminar I
  8. 2024, Undergraduate Education, 2Term, Data Science Seminar II
  9. 2024, Undergraduate Education, Second Semester, Graduation Thesis
  10. 2024, Graduate Education (Master's Program) , 1Term, Special Exercises on Informatics and Data Science A
  11. 2024, Graduate Education (Master's Program) , 2Term, Special Exercises on Informatics and Data Science A
  12. 2024, Graduate Education (Master's Program) , 3Term, Special Exercises on Informatics and Data Science B
  13. 2024, Graduate Education (Master's Program) , 4Term, Special Exercises on Informatics and Data Science B
  14. 2024, Graduate Education (Master's Program) , Academic Year, Special Study on Informatics and Data Science

Research Activities

Academic Papers

  1. On the Potential Mismatch Between the Function of the Bayes Factor and Researchers? Expectations, COLLABRA-PSYCHOLOGY, 8(1), 20220622
  2. Mixed-Effects Trait-State-Occasion Model: Studying the Psychometric Properties and the Person-Situation Interactions of Psychological Dynamics, STRUCTURAL EQUATION MODELING-A MULTIDISCIPLINARY JOURNAL, 29(3), 438-451, 20220504
  3. Education Increases Decision-Rule Use: An Investigation of Education and Incentives to Improve Decision Making, JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY-APPLIED, 28(1), 166-178, 202203
  4. Worked-out examples of the adequacy of Bayesian optional stopping, PSYCHONOMIC BULLETIN & REVIEW, 29(1), 70-87, 202202
  5. On the Practical Consequences of Misfit in Mokken Scaling, Applied Psychological Measurement, 44(6), 482-496, 202009
  6. Improving the Measurement of Functional Somatic Symptoms With Item Response Theory, Assessment, 107319112094715-107319112094715, 20200806
  7. Mathematical evidence for the adequacy of Bayesian optional stopping, 2020
  8. The $Crit$ value as an effect size measure for violations of model assumptions in Mokken scale analysis for binary data, 2020
  9. With Bayesian Estimation One Can Get All That Bayes Factors Offer, and More, 2020
  10. Practical consequences of model misfit when using rating scales to assess the severity of attention problems in children, International Journal of Methods in Psychiatric Research, 28(4), 201912
  11. A Review of Issues About Null Hypothesis Bayesian Testing, Psychological Methods, 24(6), 774-795, 201912
  12. Gender‐Based Differential Prediction by Curriculum Samples for College Admissions, Educational Measurement: Issues and Practice, 38(3), 33-45, 201909
  13. Guilt in Bereavement, International Journal of Psychology, 54(4), 454-461, 201908
  14. Bayes factors for superiority, non-inferiority, and equivalence designs, BMC Medical Research Methodology, 19(1), 20190329
  15. GGUM, Applied Psychological Measurement, 43(2), 172-173, 201903
  16. Predicting Future Academic Success: How a Bayesian Approach Can Be of Help in Analyzing and Interpreting Admission Test Scores, 2019
  17. The influence of the psychometric quality of a test when making admission decisions, 18-04(18-04), 20180901
  18. What are the minimal sample size requirements for Mokken scaling? An empirical example with the Warwick- Edinburgh Mental Well-Being Scale, Health Psychology and Behavioral Medicine, 6(1), 203-213, 20180808
  19. Admission testing for higher education, PLoS ONE, 13(6), 20180611
  20. Unidimensional item response theory, The Wiley handbook of psychometric testing, 413-433, 20180530
  21. Corrigendum, Frontiers in Psychology, 9(873), 20180528
  22. Identifying levels of general distress in first line mental health services, BMC Psychiatry, 17(1), 20171201
  23. Investigating the practical consequences of model misfit in unidimensional IRT models, Applied Psychological Measurement, 41(6), 439-455, 201709
  24. The use of subscores in exams in higher education: When is this useful?, Frontiers in Psychology, 8(305), 20170307
  25. Applying organizational justice theory to admission into higher education, International Journal of Selection and Assessment, 25(1), 72-84, 201703
  26. Measuring non-cognitive predictors in high-stakes contexts, Personality and Individual Differences, 106, 183-189, 20170201
  27. The lz(p)* Person-Fit Statistic in an Unfolding Model Context, Applied Psychological Measurement, 41(1), 44-59, 20170101
  28. Implicit and Explicit Self-Esteem in Current, Remitted, Recovered, and Comorbid Depression and Anxiety Disorders, PLoS ONE, 11(11), 20161115
  29. PerFit: An R package for person-fit analysis in IRT, Journal of Statistical Software, 74(5), 1-27, 201610
  30. Detecting careless respondents in web-based questionnaires, Journal of Research in Personality, 63, 1-11, 201608
  31. Individual differences in very young children’s English acquisition in China, Bilingualism: Language and Cognition, 19(3), 550-566, 201605
  32. Predicting Performance in Higher Education Using Proximal Predictors, PLoS ONE, 11(4), 20160413
  33. A Practical Guide to Check the Consistency of Item Response Patterns in Clinical Research Through Person-Fit Statistics, Assessment, 23(1), 52-62, 2016
  34. Person fit assessment using the PerFit package in R, Quantitative methods for psychology, 12(3), 232-242, 2016
  35. How serious is IRT misfit for practical decision-making?, 201510
  36. Detection of Invalid Test Scores on Admission Tests, 201503
  37. Derivation and Applicability of Asymptotic Results for Multiple-Subtest Person-Fit Statistics, Applied Psychological Measurement, 40(15-02), 274-288, 201503
  38. Investigating measurement invariance in computer-based personality testing, Educational and Psychological Measurement, 75(1), 126-145, 201502
  39. Verantwoording onderzoek werkgroep Meijer: Aanvullingen COTAN Beoordelingssysteem wat betreft normering referentieniveaus en computer adaptief toetsen van andere eindtoetsen (deel 1), 2015
  40. Verantwoording onderzoek werkgroep Meijer: Aanvullingen COTAN Beoordelingssysteem wat betreft volg-aspect van leerlingen onderwijsvolgsystemen (deel 2), 2015
  41. The effect of item and person misfit in selection decisions: An empirical study, 2015
  42. The Use of Nonparametric Item Response Theory to Explore Data Quality, Handbook of Item Response Theory Modeling, 85-110, 201412
  43. The Use of Person-Fit Scores in High-Stakes Educational Testing: How to Use Them and What They Tell Us, 201404
  44. Direct transformations yielding the knight's move pattern in 3x3x3 arrays, Chemometrics and Intelligent Laboratory Systems, 129, 10-14, 20131115
  45. Detection of Invalid Test Scores, Journal of Educational Measurement, 51(3), 239-259, 201311
  46. The probability of Exceedance as a nonparametric person-fit statistic for tests of moderate length, Applied Psychological Measurement, 37(8), 653-665, 20130613
  47. Using Cumulative Sum Statistics to Detect Inconsistencies in Unproctored Internet Testing, Educational and Psychological Measurement, 73(1), 143-161, 201302
  48. Detection of invalid test scores: The usefulness of simple nonparametric statistics, 2013
  49. Sobre a comparação de estruturas de classificação: Coeficientes e suas distribuições, Classificação e Análise de dados: Métodos e aplicações, 2013
  50. The Use of the l(z) and l(z)* Person-Fit Statistics and Problems Derived From Model Misspecification, Journal of Educational and Behavioral Statistics, 37(6), 758-766, 201212
  51. A CUSUM to Detect Person Misfit, Applied Psychological Measurement, 36(5), 420-442, 201207
  52. Some New Results on Orthogonally Constrained Candecomp, Journal of Classification, 28(2), 144-155, 201107
  53. First and second-order derivatives for CP and INDSCAL, Chemometrics and Intelligent Laboratory Systems, 106(1), 27-36, 20110315
  54. Some mathematical results on three-way component analysis, 2010
  55. Simplicity transformations for three-way arrays with symmetric slices, and applications to Tucker-3 models with sparse core arrays, Linear Algebra and Its Applications, 430(4), 924-940, 20090201
  56. The link between sufficient conditions by Harshman and by Kruskal for uniqueness in Candecomp/Parafac, Journal of Chemometrics, 23(7-8), 321-323, 2009
  57. Detection of Invalid Test Scores: The Usefulness of Simple Nonparametric Statistics, JOURNAL OF EDUCATIONAL MEASUREMENT, 51(3), 239-259, 2014
  58. What are the minimal sample size requirements for mokken scaling? An empirical example with the warwick- edinburgh mental well-being scale, Health Psychology and Behavioral Medicine, 6(1), 203-213, 20180101
  59. Simplicity transformations for three-way arrays with symmetric slices, and applications to Tucker-3 models with sparse core arrays, LINEAR ALGEBRA AND ITS APPLICATIONS, 430(4), 924-940, 2009
  60. The link between sufficient conditions by Harshman and by Kruskal for uniqueness in Candecomp/Parafac, JOURNAL OF CHEMOMETRICS, 23(7-8), 321-323, 2009
  61. First and second-order derivatives for CP and INDSCAL, CHEMOMETRICS AND INTELLIGENT LABORATORY SYSTEMS, 106(1), 27-36, 2011
  62. Some New Results on Orthogonally Constrained Candecomp, JOURNAL OF CLASSIFICATION, 28(2), 144-155, 2011
  63. Using Cumulative Sum Statistics to Detect Inconsistencies in Unproctored Internet Testing, EDUCATIONAL AND PSYCHOLOGICAL MEASUREMENT, 73(1), 143-161, 2013
  64. Direct transformations yielding the knight's move pattern in 3 x 3 x 3 arrays, CHEMOMETRICS AND INTELLIGENT LABORATORY SYSTEMS, 129, 10-14, 2013
  65. Investigating Measurement Invariance in Computer-Based Personality Testing: The Impact of Using Anchor Items on Effect Size Indices, EDUCATIONAL AND PSYCHOLOGICAL MEASUREMENT, 75(1), 126-145, 2015
  66. Predicting Performance in Higher Education Using Proximal Predictors, PLOS ONE, 11(4), 2016
  67. Implicit and Explicit Self-Esteem in Current, Remitted, Recovered, and Comorbid Depression and Anxiety Disorders: The NESDA Study, PLOS ONE, 11(11), 2016
  68. PerFit: An R Package for Person-Fit Analysis in IRT, JOURNAL OF STATISTICAL SOFTWARE, 74(5), 1-27, 2016
  69. Identifying levels of general distress in first line mental health services: can GP- and eHealth clients' scores be meaningfully compared?, BMC PSYCHIATRY, 17, 2017
  70. Admission testing for higher education: A multi-cohort study on the validity of high- fidelity curriculum-sampling tests, PLOS ONE, 13(6), 2018
  71. Bayes factors for superiority, non-inferiority, and equivalence designs, BMC MEDICAL RESEARCH METHODOLOGY, 19, 2019
  72. Practical consequences of model misfit when using rating scales to assess the severity of attention problems in children, INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF METHODS IN PSYCHIATRIC RESEARCH, 28(4), 2019
  73. Improving the Measurement of Functional Somatic Symptoms with Item Response Theory, JOURNAL OF PSYCHOSOMATIC RESEARCH, 133, 2020
  74. Improving the measurement of functional somatic symptoms with Item Response Theory, Assessment
  75. Does Functional Somatic Symptoms Measurement Differ Across Sex and Age? Differential Item Functioning in Somatic Symptoms Measured With the CIDI, Assessment
  76. Seven steps toward more transparency in statistical practice, NATURE HUMAN BEHAVIOUR, 5(11), 1473-1480, 202111
  77. The Crit coefficient in Mokken scale analysis: a simulation study and an application in quality-of-life research, QUALITY OF LIFE RESEARCH, 31(1), 49-59, 202201

External Funds

Acceptance Results of Competitive Funds

  1. KAKENHI(Grant-in-Aid for Research Activity Start-up), 2021, 2022