Prof. Dr. Frank Goldhammer
- First Name
- Prof. Dr.
- +49 (0)69 24708-323
- Center /office
- Department of Educational Quality and Evaluation
- Publications Goldhammer
- since 09/2011 Professorship for Educational-psychological Assessment with focus on technology (Technology-Based Assessment and Instruction) at Goethe University Frankfurt a.M.;
Head of the Technology Based Assessment (TBA) area at the German Institute for International Educational Research (DIPF)
- 2007 – 2011 Academic staff member (psychometrics) in the Technology-Based Assessment project at the DIPF
- 2003 – 2007 Academic staff member in the department of Psychological Methodology, Psychological Research Methods and Evaluation at Goethe University Frankfurt a. M.
- 2006 Doctoral examination at Goethe University Frankfurt a. M.
- 1998 – 2003 Studied Psychology at Goethe University Frankfurt a. M.
- 1996 – 1997 Studied Electrical Engineering at Technical University of Darmstadt
- Computer-related skills
- Analysis of process data from competence assessments
- Modeling individual speed (RT-IRT models) and test procedures to control speed
- Measurement of attention and intelligence
- Structural models for multi-dimensional attention
- Measurement of attention (Frankfurt Adaptive Concentration-Test FACT)
- Goldhammer, F. & Klein Entink, R.H. (2011). Speed of reasoning and its relation to reasoning ability. Intelligence, 39, 108-119.
- Goldhammer, F., Moosbrugger, H. & Krawietz, S. (2009). FACT-2 - The Frankfurt Adaptive Concentration Test. Convergent validity with self-reported cognitive failures. European Journal of Psychological Assessment, 25, 73-82.
- Goldhammer, F., Moosbrugger, H. & Schweizer, K. (2007). On the separability of cognitive abilities related to Posner’s attention components and their contributions to conceptually distinct attention abilities related to working memory, action theory, and psychometric assessment. European Psychologist, 12, 103-118.
- Goldhammer, F., Rauch, W., Schweizer, K. & Moosbrugger, H. (2010). Differential effects of intelligence, perceptual speed and age on growth in attentional speed and accuracy. Intelligence, 38, 83-92.
- Moosbrugger, H., Goldhammer, F. & Schweizer, K. (2006). Latent factors underlying individual differences in attention measures: Perceptual and executive attention. European Journal of Psychological Assessment, 22, 177-188.