Dipl.-Psych. Carmen Köhler

Research Assistant

Wilhelmsplatz 3, RM E35
96047 Bamberg
Phone +49(0)951-863-3406
carmen.koehler(at)uni-bamberg.de

Professional Career

since 07/2012 research assistant at the Department of Psychology and Methods of Educational Research at the University of Bamberg

2011/2012 Tutor for statistics in SPSS im Fachbereich Psychologie der Universität Trier

Education

2012 Diploma in Psychology, University of Trier

Research Interests

Dealing with missing responses in large scale assessments

Item Response Theory

Hierarchical linear modeling (HLM)

Generalized linear models (GLM)

Publications

Journal Articles

  • Köhler, C., Pohl, S., & Carstensen, C. H. (in press). Taking the missing propensity into account when estimating competence scores – Evaluation of IRT models for non-ignorable omissions. Educational and Psychological Measurement. doi: 10.1177/0013164414561785

Diploma thesis

  • Köhler, C. & Böhnke, J. (2012). Kann das Rasch-Modell Abweichungen bei der Vorhersage von Psychotherapieverläufen erklären? Unpublished diploma thesis, University of Trier.

Presentations

  • Köhler, C., Pohl, S., & Carstensen, C. H. (2014, December). Missing responses in competence tests. Presentation at the final conference of the first funding phase of the SPP1646 Priority Programme „Education as a lifelong process“, Bamberg, Germany.
  • Köhler, C. (2014, September). Die Plage der fehlenden Werte. Science slam presentation at the 49th Congress of the German Society of Psychology, Bochum, Germany.
  • Köhler, C., Pohl, S., & Carstensen, C. H. (2014, September). Umgang mit fehlenden Werten in Kompetenztestdaten. Presentation at the 49th Congress of the German Society of Psychology, Bochum, Germany.
  • Köhler, C., Pohl, S., & Carstensen, C. H. (2014, July). Investigating the mechanisms for missing responses in competence tests. Presentation at the 6th European Congress of Methodology of the European Association of Methodology (EAM), Utrecht, Netherlands.
  • Köhler, C., Pohl, S., & Carstensen, C. H. (2014, April). Investigating mechanisms for missing responses in competence tests. Presentation at the 2nd colloquium of the SPP1646 Priority Programme „Education as a lifelong process“, Florece, Italy.
  • Köhler, C., Pohl, S., & Carstensen, C. H. (2014, March). Untersuchung der Tendenz zu fehlenden Werten in Kompetenztests. Presentation at the 2nd conference of the Society for Educational Research (GEBF), Frankfurt a.M., Germany.
  • Köhler, C., Pohl, S., & Carstensen, C. H. (2013, September). Taking the tendency to omit items into account when estimating competence scores. Presentation at the SPP1646 Summer School „Educational Trajectories and Competence Development – Theoretical Concepts and Methodological Implementations“, Bamberg, Germany.

  • Köhler, C., Pohl, S., & Carstensen, C. H. (2013, September). Berücksichtigung der Tendenz zum Überspringen von Aufgaben bei der Schätzung von Kompetenzwerten . Presentation at the 11th conference of the special interest group Methods and Evaluation of the German Psychological Society (DGPs), Klagenfurt, Austria.

  • Köhler, C., Pohl, S., & Carstensen, C. H. (2013, April). Investigation of the tendency to omit items in competence tests. Presentation at the 1st colloquium of the SPP1646 Priority Programme „Education as a lifelong process“, Bamberg, Germany.
  • Köhler, C., Pohl, S., & Carstensen, C. H. (2013, March). Untersuchung der Tendenz zum Überspringen von Aufgaben in Kompetenztests. Presentation at the 1st young academics conference of the Society for Educational Research (GEBF), Kiel, Germany.
  • Pohl, S., Carstensen, C. H., & Köhler, C. (2012, May). Modeling missing data in competence tests. Presentation at the opening meeting of the SPP1646 Priority Programme „Education as a lifelong process“, Bamberg, Germany.

Teaching

  • WS 12/13 Seminar "Applied Statistics I" (University Bamberg)
  • SS 13 Seminar  "Applied Statistics II" (University Bamberg)
    • SS 14 Seminar IRT-Models: Theory and application

      Workshops

      • 2015, January: Workshop „Introduction into Item Response Theory” at the International Centre for Higher Education Research (INCHER), Kassel, Germany

      Memberships