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Notice and additional information
I ricevimenti del 20 e del 27 settembre sono sospesi. Il prossimo ricevimento degli studenti avrà luogo il 4/10/2018

Office hours
Thursday from 15:00 to 17:00 Via Venezia 14, Stanza 414b
(updated on 02/02/2017 13:51)

Proposals for thesis
1. Statistical and mathematical modeling applied to social sciences
2. Formal models for assessing individual knowledge and skills
3. Construction and validation of measure instruments in psychology
4. Rasch models and item response theory
5. Methods and formal models for measuring automatic associations

Curriculum Vitae
Egidio Robusto, PhD, is full professor of Psychometrics at University of Padua from 2006.

From 1995 to 2006 he was researcher at university of Naples and assistant professor at university Sapienza of Rome.

He teaches Statistics for psychologists, Testing in psychology, and Latent models.

His main research fields are statistical and mathematical modeling applied to social sciences, formal models for assessing individual knowledge and skills, methods and models of data analysis in market research, construction and validation of measure instruments, item response theory, methods and formal models for measuring automatic associations.

He is author of more than 80 international articles, chapters in books and books, and he was principal investigator in many national and international research projects.

Research areas
1. Statistical and mathematical modeling applied to social sciences
2. Formal models for assessing individual knowledge and skills
3. Construction and validation of measure instruments in psychology
4. Rasch models and item response theory
5. Methods and formal models for measuring automatic associations

Publications
2010-oggi

Robusto, E., Stefanutti, L., and Anselmi, P. (2010). The gain-loss model: A probabilistic skill multimap model for assessing learning processes. Journal of Educational Measurement, 47(3):373–394.

Vianello, M. and Robusto, E. (2010). The many-facet Rasch model in the analysis of the go/no go association task. Behavior Research Methods, 42(4):944–956.

Vianello, M., Robusto, E., and Anselmi, P. (2010). Implicit conscientious- ness predicts academic performance. Personality and Individual Differences,48:452–457.

Anselmi, P., Vianello, M., and Robusto, E. (2011). Positive associations primacy in the IAT. A many-facet Rasch measurement analysis. Experimental Psychology, 58(5):376–384.

Robusto, E. and Anselmi, P. (2011). La misurazione fondamentale in psicologia, In Di Nicola, P. (Ed) La sfida della misurazione nelle scienze sociali (36–50). Franco Angeli, Milano.

Stefanutti, L., Anselmi, P., and Robusto, E. (2011). Assessing learning processes with the gain-loss model. Behavior Research Methods, 43(1):66– 76.

Anselmi, P., Robusto, E., and Stefanutti, L. (2012). Uncovering the best skill multimap by constraining the error probabilities of the gain-loss model. Psychometrika, 77(4):763–781.

Stefanutti, L., Heller, H., Anselmi, P., andRobusto, E. (2012).Assessing local identifiability of probabilistic knowledge structures. Behavior ResearchMethods, 44(4):1197–1211.

Anselmi, P., Vianello, M., and Robusto, E. (2013). Preferring thin people does not imply derogating fat people. a Rasch analysis of the implicit weight attitude. Obesity, 21(2):261–265.

Anselmi, P.,Vianello, M.,Stefanutti,L.,andRobusto,E.(2013).A poisson race model for the analysis of the implicit association test. TPM – Testing, Psychometrics, Methodology in Applied Psychology, 20(3):249–261.

Anselmi, P., Vianello, M., Voci, A., and Robusto, E. (2013). Implicit sexual attitude of heterosexual, gay and bisexual individuals: Disentangling the contribution of specific associations to the overall measure.

de Chiusole, D., Anselmi, P., Stefanutti, L., and Robusto, E. (2013). The gain-loss model: Bias of the parameter estimates. Electronic Notes in Discrete Mathematics, 42:33–40.

Stefanutti, L., Robusto, E., Vianello, M., and Anselmi, P. (2013). A discrimination–association model for decomposing component processes of the implicit association test. Behavior Research Methods, 45(2):393–404.

Robusto, E. and Stefanutti, L. (2014). Extracting a kwowledge structure from the data by a maximum residuals method. TPM – Testing, Psychometrics, Methodology in Applied Psychology, 21(4).

de Chiusole, D., Stefanutti, L., Anselmi, P., and Robusto, E. (in press). Assessing parameter invariance in the BLIM: Bipartition models. Psychometrika.

de Chiusole, D., Stefanutti, L., Anselmi, P., and Robusto, E. (in press). Assessing parameter invariance in the BLIM: Bipartition models. The Spanish Journal of Psychology.

List of taught course units in A.Y. 2018/19
Degree course code (?) Degree course track Course unit code Course unit name Credits Year Period Lang. Teacher in charge
PS1842 COMMON PSM0014223 2 1st Year First
semester
ITA EGIDIO ROBUSTO
PS1087 COMMON PSP7078617 6 1st Year Second
semester
ITA EGIDIO ROBUSTO
PS1085 COMMON PSL1000629 12 2nd Year First
semester
ITA EGIDIO ROBUSTO
PS1842 COMMON PSP4068036     ITA LIVIO FINOS
»   PSP4068037 6 2nd Year Second
semester
ITA LIVIO FINOS
»   PSP4068038 6 2nd Year Second
semester
ITA EGIDIO ROBUSTO