Professor
MERM Area Coordinator, CNPS
Office:
Scarfe Office Block 2316

Education:

Ph.D., Psychology, Carleton University

Selected Publications:

Shankar, S., Miller, W. C., Roberson, N. D., & Hubley, A. M. (in press). Assessing patient motivation for treatment: A systematic review of available tools, their measurement properties and conceptual definition. Journal of Nursing Measurement.

Zhang, L., Norena, M., Gadermann, A. M., Hubley, A. M., Russell, L. B., Aubry, T., To, M. J., Farrell, S., Hwang, S. W., & Palepu, A. (in press). Concurrent disorder and health care utilization among homeless and vulnerably housed persons. Journal of Dual Diagnosis.

Cherner, R. A., Farrell, S., Hwang, S. W., Aubry, T., Klodawsky, F., Hubley, A. M., Gadermann, A., & To, M. (2018). An investigation of predictors of mental health in single men and women experiencing homelessness in three Canadian cities. Journal of Social Distress and the Homeless. doi:10.1080/10530789.2018.1441677

Shankar, S., Hubley, A. M., & Zumbo, B. D. (2018). General, health-specific, and housing-specific self-efficacy scales: Preliminary reliability and validity evidence with homeless or vulnerably housed adults. Journal of Well-Being Assessment.

Gadermann, A. M., Sawatzky, R., Palepu, A., Hubley, A. M., Zumbo, B. D., Aubry, T., Farrell, S., & Hwang, S. W. (2017). Minimal impact of response shift for SF-12 mental and physical health status in homeless and vulnerably housed individuals: An item-level multi-group analysis. Quality of Life Research, 26, 1463-1472.

Gerlitz, J., Joyce, R., Gadermann, A., Hubley, A. M., Zhu, S. M., Stowe, M., Parrell, J., & Palepu, A. (2017). Recommendations from the field: Interviewing and retaining homeless and vulnerably housed participants in longitudinal health research. Journal of Social Distress and the Homeless, 26, 128-137.

Hubley, A. M. (2017). Expanding views on response processes evidence for validity. Measurement: Interdisciplinary Research and Perspectives, 3-4, 140-142.

Hubley, A. M. (2017). Cognitrax. In J. F. Carlson, & K. F. Geisinger (Eds.), The Twentieth Mental Measurements Yearbook. Lincoln, NB: Buros Institute of Mental Measurements, University of Nebraska-Lincoln.

Hubley, A. M. & Cannon, J. (2017). Substance Abuse Screener in American Sign Language. In J. F. Carlson, & K. F. Geisinger (Eds.), The Twentieth Mental Measurements Yearbook. Lincoln, NB: Buros Institute of Mental Measurements, University of Nebraska-Lincoln.

Hubley, A. M., Wu, A. D., Liu, Y., & Zumbo, B. D. (2017). Putting flesh on the psychometric bone: Making sense of IRT parameters in non-cognitive measures by investigating the social-cognitive aspects of the items. In B. D. Zumbo & A. M. Hubley (Eds.), Understanding and investigating response processes: Advances in validation research (Chap. 5, pp. 69-91). New York, NY: Springer.

Hubley, A. M., & Zumbo, B. D. (2017). Response processes in the context of validity: Setting the stage. In B. D. Zumbo & A. M. Hubley (Eds.), Understanding and investigating response processes: Advances in validation research (Chap. 1, pp. 1-12). New York, NY: Springer.

Launeanu, M. & Hubley, A. M. (2017). Observations on response process research and its future theoretical and methodological directions. In B. D. Zumbo & A. M. Hubley (Eds.), Understanding and investigating response processes: Advances in validation research (Chap. 6, pp. 93-113). New York, NY: Springer.

Launeanu, M. & Hubley, A. M. (2017). A model building approach to examining response processes as a source of validity evidence for self-report items and measures. In B. D. Zumbo & A. M. Hubley (Eds.), Understanding and investigating response processes: Advances in validation research (Chap. 7, pp. 115-136). New York, NY: Springer.

Russell, L. B., & Hubley, A. M. (2017). Some thoughts on gathering response processes validity evidence in the context of online measurement and the digital revolution. In B. D. Zumbo & A. M. Hubley (Eds.), Understanding and investigating response processes: Advances in validation research (Chap. 13, pp. 229-249). New York, NY: Springer.

Zumbo, B. D., & Hubley, A. M. (Eds.). (2017). Understanding and investigating response processes in validation research. New York, NY: Springer. ISBN: 978-3-319-56128-8

Cannon, J., Hubley, A. M., Millhoff, C., & Mazlouman, S. (2016). The Comprehension of Written Grammar Test: Reliability and known-groups validity study with hearing and Deaf and Hard of Hearing students. Journal of Deaf Studies and Deaf Education, 21, 54-63.

Cherner, R. A., Farrell, S., Hwang, S., Aubry, T., Palepu, A., Nisembaum, R., Hubley, A. M., Klodawsky, F., Gogosis, E., & To, M. (Winter, 2016). Profile of HHiT study findings: A longitudinal study of the health and housing transitions of homeless and vulnerably housed adults in three Canadian cities. Psynopsis, 38(1), 17.

Hubley, A. M. & Mangaoang, M. (2016). Neuropsychological assessment. In F. Leong, J. Hattie, F. Cheung, K. Geisinger, D. Bartram, & D. Iliescu (Eds.), ITC handbook of testing and assessment. New York, NY: Springer. (Note: This book won the 2017 Ursula Gielen Global Psychology Book Award)

Zumbo, B. D., & Hubley, A. M. (2016). Bringing consequences and side effects of testing and assessment to the foreground. Special issue on Validity, Assessment in Education: Principles, Policy, & Practice, 23, 299-303.

To, M. J., O’Brien, K., Palepu, A., Hubley, A. M., Farrell, S., Aubry, T., Gogosis, E., Muckle, W., & Hwang,S. W. (2015). Healthcare utilisation and legal incidents after traumatic brain injury in homeless and vulnerably housed individuals. Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation, 30, 270-276.

Cannon, J. E., & Hubley, A. M. (2014). Content validation of the Comprehension of Written Grammar assessment for deaf & hard of hearing students. Journal of Psychoeducational Assessment, 32, 768-774.

Chinni, M., & Hubley, A. M. (2014). The Satisfaction with Life Scale (SWLS): A review of reported validation practice. In B. D. Zumbo and E. K. H. Chan (Eds.), Validity and validation in social, behavioral, and health sciences (pp. 35-66). New York, NY: Springer.

Gadermann, A.M., Hubley, A. M., Russell, L. B., & Palepu, A. (2014). Subjective health-related quality of life in homeless and vulnerably housed individuals and its relationship with self-reported physical and mental health status. Social Indicators Research: An International and Interdisciplinary Journal for Quality-of-Life Measurement, 116, 341-352.

Hubley, A. M. (2014). Modified Wisconsin Card Sorting Test. In R. A. Spies, J. F. Carlson, & K. F. Geisinger (Eds.), The Nineteenth Mental Measurements Yearbook. Lincoln, NB: Buros Institute of Mental Measurements, University of Nebraska-Lincoln.

Hubley, A. M. (2014). Green’s Word Memory Test. In R. A. Spies, J. F. Carlson, & K. F. Geisinger (Eds.), The Nineteenth Mental Measurements Yearbook. Lincoln, NB: Buros Institute of Mental Measurements, University of Nebraska-Lincoln.

Hubley, A. M. (2014). Beck Depression Inventory-II (BDI-II). In A. C. Michalos (Ed.), Encyclopedia of Quality of Life Research (pp. 338-345). Dordrecht, Netherlands: Springer.

Hubley, A. M. (2014). Discriminant/divergent validity. In A. C. Michalos (Ed.), Encyclopedia of Quality of Life and Well-Being Research (pp. 1664-1667 and pp. 1675-1676). Dordrecht, Netherlands: Springer.

Hubley, A. M. (2014). Homeless and Hard-to-House Individuals, Quality of Life Measure (QoLHHI). In A. C. Michalos (Ed.), Encyclopedia of Quality of Life and Well-Being Research (pp. 2891-2896). Dordrecht, Netherlands: Springer.

Hubley, A. M. (2014). Hubley Depression Scale/Hubley Depression Scale for Older Adults (HDS-OA). In A. C. Michalos (Ed.), Encyclopedia of Quality of Life and Well-Being Research (p. 2991 and pp. 2992-2995). Dordrecht, Netherlands: Springer.

Hubley, A. M. (2014). Subjective Age Identity Scale (SAIS). In A. C. Michalos (Ed.), Encyclopedia of Quality of Life and Well-Being Research (pp. 6414-6419). Dordrecht, Netherlands: Springer.

Hubley, A. M., Russell, L. B., Palepu, A., & Hwang, S. W. (2014). Subjective quality of life among individuals who are homeless: A review of current knowledge. Social Indicators Research: An International and Interdisciplinary Journal for Quality-of-Life Measurement, 115, 509-524.

Hubley, A. M., Zhu, M., Sasaki, A., & Gadermann, A. (2014). A synthesis of validation practices in the journals Psychological Assessment and European Journal of Psychological Assessment. In B. D. Zumbo and E. K. H. Chan (Eds.), Validity and validation in social, behavioral, and health sciences (pp. 193-213). New York, NY: Springer.

McLean, A. M., Jarus, T., Hubley, A. M., & Jongbloed, L. (2014). Associations between social participation and subjective quality of life for adults with moderate to severe traumatic brain injury. Disability and Rehabilitation, 36, 1409-1418.

Palepu, A., Gadermann, A., Hubley, A. M., Farrell, S., Gogosis, E., Aubry, T., & Hwang, S. W. (2013). Substance use and access to health care and addiction treatment among homeless and vulnerably housed persons in three Canadian cities. PLOS ONE, 8(10): e75133. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0075133.

Hubley, A. M., & Zumbo, B.D. (2013). Psychometric characteristics of assessment procedures: An overview. In K. F. Geisinger (Ed.), APA handbook of testing and assessment in psychology, Volume 1 (pp. 3-19). Washington, D.C.: American Psychological Association Press.

Research Projects:

Director, Adult Development and Psychometrics Lab

The Response Processes in Validation Project is a series of studies examining the mechanisms that underlie what people do, think, or feel when responding to, or interacting with, test items or tasks. Response processes can help us in validation work to determine whether the inferences we make from test scores are meaningful, appropriate, and useful. This project began with the book, Understanding and investigating response processes in validation research, which was edited by Bruno Zumbo and myself and published in 2017. This book was intended to push the boundaries and our understanding of response processes. Currently, I have two grant-funded projects examining (a) the current state of affairs in response processes research, and (b) whether respondents process items differently based on item features.

Still ongoing is research stemming from the Health and Housing in Transition (HHiT) Study. This longitudinal study of the health of homeless and vulnerably housed adults in Vancouver, Toronto, and Ottawa was initially funded by a $1.6 million Canadian Institutes for Health Research (CIHR) grant and then subsequently extended for an additional $1.1 million by CIHR. This study is one of several studies being conducted by members of the Research Alliance for Canadian Homelessness, Housing, and Health (REACH3) of which Dr. Hubley is a member.

Also ongoing is research related to the Hubley Depression Scale for Older Adults. Several linked validation studies are currently being prepared for publication.

Courses Taught:

CNPS 532B Psychological Assessment in Counselling
EPSE 528 Basic Principles of Measurement
EPSE 529 Development of Scales & Measures
EPSE 568 Applied Developmental Neuropsychology
EPSE 681A Advanced Measurement Validity: Theory and Applications