[Note: * denotes graduate student, # denotes prior student]

Peer-Reviewed Articles

Bradley, K. D., Cunningham, J. D.#, & Gilman, R. (2013). Measuring adolescent life satisfaction: A psychometric investigation of the Multidimensional Students' Life Satisfaction Scale (MSLSS). Journal of Happiness Studies.

Sun, L.*, Bradley, K. D., & Toland, M. D. (2013). School computer use and student academic performance in secondary schools. Computers in Education Journal, 4, 84-94.

Sun, L.*, Bradley, K.D., & Akers, K.# (2012). A multilevel modeling approach to investigating factors impacting science achievement for secondary school students: PISA Hong Kong sample. International Journal of Science Education 34 (14), 2107-2125.

Hasford, J* . and Bradley, K.D. (2011). Validating Measures of Self Control via Rasch Measurement. Journal of Applied Business Research 27(6), 45-56.

Clasey, J. L., Bradley, K. D., Bradley, J. W., Long, D. E., & Griffith, J. R. (2011). A new BIA equation estimating the body composition of young children. Obesity. (Advance online publication, 16 June 2011).

Royal, K. D.*, Eli, J.* & Bradley, K. D. (2010). A pilot study exploring community college faculty perceptions regarding student outcomes. Community College Journal of Research and Practice 34(7), 523-540.

Bradley, K.D. & Bradley, J.W. (2010). Exploring the reliability, validity, and utility of a higher education faculty review process.Contemporary Issues In Education Research 3(4), 21-26.

Mueller, C.* & Bradley, K. D. (2009). Utilizing the Rasch model to develop and evaluate items for the Tacit Knowledge Inventory for Superintendents (TKIS). International Journal of Knowledge Management 5(3), 73-93.

Bradley, K. D., Royal, K. D., & Bradley, J. W. (2008). An Investigation of 'Honesty Check' items in Higher Education Course Evaluations. Journal of College Teaching and Learning 5(8), 39-48.

Cunningham, J. D.*, Bradley, K. D. & Osborn, J. (2008). Assessing the impact of Newton's Universe: Preliminary findings associated with rural middle school students' and teachers' outcomes linked to inquiry-based physical science. ERS Spectrum, Journal of Research and Information 26(1), 39-44.

Lumpp, J. K., Bradley, K. D. & Haines, R. T.* (2007). Kentucky Electronics Education Project (KEEP): Putting professional development into practice. International Journal of Engineering Education 23(5), 910-915.

Bishop, M., Stenhoff, D. M., Bradley, K. D., & Allen, C. A. (2007). The differential effect of epilepsy labels on employer perceptions: report of a pilot study. Epilepsy & Behavior 11(3), 351-356.

Jung, L. A. & Bradley, K. D. (2006). Special education service delivery in rural areas: A study of the kindergarten population using the ECLS-K. Rural Special Education Quarterly 25(4), 25-30.

Bradley, K. D., Sampson, S. O., Ma, L.* & Cunningham, J. D.* (2006). Where are the teaching opportunities? A longitudinal study of educator supply and demand. Teachers College Record Date Published: December 5, 2006 ID Number: 12865

Bradley, K. D., Sampson, S. O.* & Royal, K. D.* (2006). Gaining insights into students’ conceptualization of quality mathematics instruction. Mathematics Education Research Journal 18(2), 11-26.

Floyd, E.* & Bradley, K. D. (2006). Teaching strategies related to successful sight-singing in Kentucky choral ensembles. Update: Applications of Research in Music Education 25(1), 70-81.

Bradley, K. D. & Bradley, J. W. (2006). Challenging the validity of higher education course evaluations. Journal of College Teaching and Learning 3(8), 63-76.

Royal, K. D.* & Bradley, K. D. (2005). Interactive television (ITV) courses and students' satisfaction: A review of literature. The Online Journal of Distance Learning Administration VIII (IV).

Bradley, K. D. & Loadman, W. E. (2005). Urban secondary educators’ views of teacher recruitment and retention. NASSP Bulletin 89(644), 2-28.

Bradley, K. D. & Bradley, J. W. (2005). Evaluating a math instructor’s clarity: An analysis of low to moderate items versus a high inference item. Journal of College Teaching and Learning 2(8), 59-68.

Bradley, K. D. & Sampson, S. O.* (2005). A case for using a Rasch model to assess the quality of measurement in survey research. The Respondent, Spring 12-13.

Royal, K. D.*, Bradley, K. D. & Lineberry, G. T. (2005). Evaluating interactive television (ITV) courses: An identification of factors associated with student satisfaction. The Online Journal of Distance Learning Administration VIII (II).

Bradley, K. D. & Thomas, A. M. (2004). Teacher supply and demand in the United States 1998 - 2002. World Studies in Education 5(2), 47-64.

Sampson, S. O.* & Bradley, K. D. (2003). Rasch analysis of educator supply and demand rating scale data: An alternative to the true score model. Research Methods Forum, Volume 8.

Piegorsch, W. W., West, R. W., Al-saidy, M. A. & Bradley, K. D. (2000). Asymmetric confidence bands for simple linear regression over bounded intervals. Computational Statistics and Data Analysis 34, 193-217.

Editorial Reviewed Articles

Bradley, K. D., Royal, K.D.*, Cunningham, J. D.*, Weber, J.* & Eli, J.* (2007). What constitutes good educational research? A consideration of ethics, methods and theory. Mid-Western Educational Researcher 21(1), 26-35.

Book Chapters

Bradley, K.D., Worley, L., Cunningham, J.D., & Bieber, J. (2014). Measuring Perceptions of New Faculty Towards Research, Service, and Teaching in Higher Education. In S. Mukerji & P. Tripathi (Eds.), Handbook of Research on Transnational Higher Education Management (pp. 247-257). Hershey, PA: IGI Global.

Bradley, K. D. (2009). Quasiexperimental research. In E. Anderman (Ed.), Psychology of Classroom Learning: An Encyclopedia. Detroit: Macmillan Reference USA.

Ma, X., Ma, L.* & Bradley, K. D. (2008). Using multilevel modeling to investigate school effects. In A. A. O'Connell & D. B. McCoach (Eds.), Multilevel modeling of educational data. Greenwich, CT: Information Age Publishing.

Bradley, K. D. & Sampson, S. O. (2006). Constructing a quality assessment through Rasch techniques: The process of measurement, feedback, reflection and change. In X. Liu & W. Boone (Eds.), Applications of Rasch measurement in science education (pp. 23-44). Maple Grove, MN: JAM Press.

Book Review

Bradley, K. D. (2005). Applying the Rasch Model, Fundamental Measurement in the Human Sciences, by Trevor G. Bond and Christine M. Fox. Organization Research Methods 8(2), 1-2.


06/01/2011 – 06/30/2013. NSF 10-544; External Evaluator; Transforming Undergraduate Education in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (TUES). Environmental AIMS (Applied Investigations in Mathematics & Statistics) ($149,991).

01/01/2005 – 12/30/2009. NSF 04-553; Co-PI; REC Educational Research Initiative. Assessing how distance learning for teachers can enable inquiry science in rural classrooms. ($1,998,833).

09/15/2004 – 06/30/2006. Kentucky Department of Education; Co-PI (PI on $12,500 – Scope Account). Prototype online formative assessment system. ($225,000).

10/01/2005 – 06/30/2005. Western Kentucky University; PI; KY EPSB. Constructing a methodological training package for putting assessment into practice. ($30,551).

07/01/2004 – 09/30/2005. Kentucky Department of Education; Measurement Consultant. 2004 Evaluation of differentiated compensation. ($114,090).

10/30/2004 – 09/30/2005. University of Kentucky; Co-PI; Faculty Research Support Program. Pilot study: Math, science and technology professional development training of pre-service and in-service teachers utilizing a microelectronics theme. ($19,987).

07/01/2004 – 06/30/2005. Western Kentucky University; PI; KY EPSB. Assessing quality - A macro versus micro approach to high school mathematics education. ($36,452).

01/01/2005 – 12/31/2005. University of Kentucky; PI; Faculty Research Support Program. A pilot study: Measuring achievement responsibly in high school mathematics, an investigation of limited English proficient students. ($15,000).

2005. Children’s Miracle Network; Co-Investigator. Development of a pediatric specific regression equation for body composition assessment using bioelectric impedance analysis. ($30,000).

2005. BodyStat Ltd.; Co- Investigator. Development of a pediatric specific regression equation for body composition assessment using bioelectric impedance analysis. ($5,000).

01/01/2004 – 12/30/2005. NSF 03-562; Co-PI; EEC Engineering Research Centers. Embedded Computer Engineering. ($99,460).

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