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Prof. Dr. Frank Goldhammer


Technology Based Assessment

Educational Quality and Evaluation

Solmsstraße 73-75
60486 Frankfurt am Main

+49 (0)69-24708-323



Curriculum Vitae

Professional Activities

Academic Development

Research priorities

  • Technology-based assessment
  • Analysis of process data from competence assessments
  • Modelling response times and experimental control
  • Digital skills and motivational context variables
  • Measurement of attention and intelligence


Selected publications

  • Goldhammer, F. & Klein Entink, R.H. (2011). Speed of reasoning and its relation to reasoning ability. Intelligence, 39, 108-119.
  • Goldhammer, F., & Kroehne, U. (2014). Controlling Individuals' Time Spent on Task in Speeded Performance Measures: Experimental Time Limits, Posterior Time Limits, and Response Time Modeling. Applied Psychological Measurement38, 255–267.
  • Goldhammer, F., Naumann, J., & Greiff, S. (2015). More is not always better: The relation between item response and item response time in Raven’s matrices. Journal of Intelligence, 3, 21-40.
  • Goldhammer, F., Naumann, J., Stelter, A., Tóth, K., Rölke, H., & Klieme, E. (2014). The Time on Task Effect in Reading and Problem Solving Is Moderated by Task Difficulty and Skill: Insights From a Computer-Based Large-Scale Assessment. Journal of Educational Psychology, 106, 608-626.
  • Naumann, J., Goldhammer, F., Rölke, H., & Stelter, A. (2014). Erfolgreiches Problemlösen in technologiereichen Umgebungen: Wechselwirkungen zwischen Interaktionsschritten und Aufgabenkomplexität [Successful problem solving in technology-rich environments: Interactions between the number of actions and task complexity]. Zeitschrift für Pädagogische Psychologie, 28, 193–203.
last modified Apr 28, 2017