Sarah Bürger, Dipl.-Psych.
Technology Based Assessment
60486 Frankfurt am Main
||Doctoral student, academic staff member at German Institute for International Educational Research|
|2011||Diploma thesis on "Validation of the Vienna diagnosis model on high-achievement potential for a sample of the highly gifted in Oranienburg (Brandenburg)". Passed with distinction.|
|2005 - 2011||Diploma course in psychology at Vienna University focusing on psychological diagnostics, differential, work and organization psychology|
|1996 - 2005||Albert-Schweitzer-Gymnasium Kaiserslautern (grammar school)|
|1986||Born April 24, 1986|
Current work and research priorities
- Since 08/2012 doctoral student, academic staff member with “NEPS“ project
- Research topic: “The transition to computer based assessment in large-scale-assessments”
- Buerger, S., Kroehne, U., & Goldhammer, F. (2016). The Transition to Computer-Based Testing in Large-Scale Assessments: Investigating (Partial) Measurement Invariance between Modes. Psychological Test and Assessment Modeling, 58 (4), 587-606.