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Inna Antipkina

  • Inna Antipkina has been at HSE University since 2014.

Responsibilities

  • Test and item development;
  • Psychometric analysis of tests and questionnaires;
  • Statistical analysis of databases;
  • Teaching subjects of the psychometric cycle.

Education

2014

Master's in Psychology
HSE University

Continuing education / Professional retraining / Internships / Study abroad experience

VI summer school "Applied psychometrics in psychology and education", August 2019.

V summer school "Applied psychometrics in psychology and education", July-August 2018.

Academic internship in Lynch School of Education, Boston College, USA, 1 September through 1 October 2017.

IV summer school "Theory and practice of test development", July 2017

III summer school "Theory and practice of test development", July 2016

Short term training on Using IRT models for Student achievement test at CITO, Institute for educational measurement in the Netherlands, June 2011

Courses (2020/2021)

Publications4

Conferences

2017

18th Annual Conference AEA-Europe (Association of Educational Assessment) (Прага). Presentation: Reading development in Russian primary-school children


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