Examining the Type, Frequency, and Interpretative Complexity of Visual Displays Appearing

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Journal of Educational Psychology; Use of visual displays in research and testing: Coding, interpreting, and reporting data




SECTION I: INTRODUCTION. Visual Displays in Research and Testing: Theoretical and Practical Considerations, Matthew T. McCrudden, Gregory Schraw, and Chad W. Buckendahl. SECTION II: THEORETICAL FRAMEWORKS AND DESIGN PRINCIPLES. Design Principles for Visual Displays: Past, Present, and Future, Antonio P. Gutierrez, Gregory Schraw, and Andreas Stefik. Guidelines for Making Graphs Easy to Perceive, Easy to Understand, and Information Rich, David M. Lane. Examining the Type, Frequency, and Interpretative Complexity of Visual Displays Appearing in the Journal of Educational Psychology, 2010–2014, Gregory Schraw and Antonio P. Gutierrez. SECTION III: VISUAL DISPLAYS IN QUANTITATIVE, QUALITATIVE, AND MIXED METHODS RESEARCH. Promoting the Use of Path Diagrams in Quantitative Research, Dena A. Pastor and Sara J. Finney. Using Joint Displays and MAXQDA Software to Represent the Results of Mixed Methods Research,Tim Guetterman, John W. Creswell, and Udo Kuckartz. The Use of Visual Displays in Mixed Methods Research: Strategies for Effectively Integrating the Quantitative and Qualitative Components of a Study, Vicki L. Plano Clark and Khahlia Sanders. Use Of Concept Maps to Facilitate Student Learning in Research and Measurement Courses, Florian Feucht, Gwen Marchand, and Lori Olafson. SECTION IV: VISUAL DISPLAYS TO REPORT TESTING AND ASSESSMENT DATA. The Graphic Representation of Findings From the National Center on Assessment and Accountability for Special Education,Keith Zvoch and Joseph J. Stevens. Tailoring Visual Displays to Improve Test Score Interpretation: Including Indicators of Uncertainty, Brett P. Foley.Visual Displays for Reporting Test Data: Making Sense of Test Performance,April L. Zenisky. Biographies.