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Benjamin Domingue

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Benjamin Domingue

Associate Professor

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Assistant: Mitch Gilmer

Office: CERAS 510


Ben Domingue is an associate professor at the Graduate School of Education at Stanford University with research interests in psychometrics and quantitative methods. He is interested in how statistical tools can be used to better understand psychological and educational outcomes—e.g., what is this child’s reading ability?—that are challenging to measure and yet ubiquitous in education as well as the social and biomedical sciences more generally.

Other Titles

Associate Professor, Graduate School of Education
Associate Professor (By courtesy), Sociology
Member, Bio-X

Program Affiliations

Stanford Accelerator for Learning

Research Interests

Assessment, Testing and Measurement | Child Development | Data Sciences | Educational Policy | Psychology | Research Methods | Sociology

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Recent Publications

Domingue, B. W., Kanopka, K., Kapoor, R., Pohl, S., Chalmers, R. P., Rahal, C., & Rhemtulla, M. (2024). The InterModel Vigorish as a Lens for Understanding (and Quantifying) the Value of Item Response Models for Dichotomously Coded Items. Psychometrika.

Gilbert, J. B., Miratrix, L. W., Joshi, M., & Domingue, B. W. (2024). Disentangling Person-Dependent and Item-Dependent Causal Effects: Applications of Item Response Theory to the Estimation of Treatment Effect Heterogeneity. JOURNAL OF EDUCATIONAL AND BEHAVIORAL STATISTICS.

Domingue, B. W., Kanopka, K., Trejo, S., Rhemtulla, M., & Tucker-Drob, E. M. (2022). Ubiquitous Bias and False Discovery Due to Model Misspecification in Analysis of Statistical Interactions: The Role of the Outcome's Distribution and Metric Properties. PSYCHOLOGICAL METHODS.

Benjamin Domingue in the News & Media

Stanford-led research finds that college application essay content is strongly related to household income and SAT scores.
April 4, 2021
Image of people taking information from a double helix
February 20, 2019
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