User:Iulus Ascanius

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Professionally, I have a scholarly interest in Psychometrics, especially: Computerized adaptive testing, Item response theory, Criterion-referenced test, Computerized classification test, and the Sequential probability ratio test.

My non-professional scholarly interest is in the confluence of urban geography, development geography, and economic geography on the topic of site and situation; namely, why is a city founded and why does it grow? Is it:

  • a natural harbor (Milwaukee, WI as well as many supercities like New York, Hong Kong, and the San Francisco area)
  • the first available river crossing (Rome and London)

Pages needing a lot of help

Alfred Binet, Industrial and organizational psychology, aptitude, references on item response theory, Fox River

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I hereby award you this barnstar for all the work you are doing on towns and counties in Minnesota. The quality and quantity is admirable.--Appraiser (talk) 14:53, 8 February 2008 (UTC)