• Chapelle, C. A., Enright, M. K. & Jamieson, J. (2007). Test score interpretation and use. In C. Chapelle, M. Enright, & J. Jamieson, (Eds.) Building a validity argument for the Test of English as a Foreign Language, (pp. 1-25). London: Routledge.

  • Chapelle, C. A. (2007). The TOEFL validity argument. In C. Chapelle, M. Enright, & J. Jamieson, (Eds.) Building a validity argument for the Test of English as a Foreign Language, (pp. 319-352) London: Routledge.

  • Chapelle, C. A. (2007). Utilizing technology in language assessment. In E. Shohamy, Ed., Encyclopedia of language education, 2nd Edition: Volume 7. Language testing and assessment, (pp. 123-134). Heidelberg, Germany: Springer.

  • Chapelle, C. A., & Claros, M. (2007). Pedagogical implications of learning styles: The case of field independence/dependence in CALL. In Pedagogical reflections on teaching and learning modern languages. In Maria Noelia Ruiz Madrid and Esther Uso (Eds.). Cambridge Scholars Press.

  • Chapelle, C. A. (2006). L2 vocabulary acquisition theory: The role of inference, dependability and generalizability in assessment. In Chalhoub-Deville, M., Chapelle, C. A., & Duff, P. (Eds.) Inference and generalizability in applied linguistics: Multiple perspectives, (pp. 47-64). Amsterdam: John Benjamins Publishing.

  • Chapelle, C. A. (2005). Quantitative methods textbooks in applied linguistics: Options and issues. Modern Language Journal, 89, 482-488.

  • Chapelle, C. A., Jamieson, J., & Hegelheimer, V. (2003). Validation of a Web-based ESL test. Language Testing, 20(4), 409-439.

  • Chapelle, C. A., & Brindley, G. (2002). Assessment. In N. Schmitt, (Ed.), An introduction to applied linguistics, (pp. 268-288) London: Arnold.

  • Read, J., & C. A. Chapelle (2001). A framework for second language vocabulary assessment. Language Testing, 18, 1-32.
  • Chapelle, C. A. (1999). From reading theory to testing practice. In M. Chalhoub-Deville (Ed.) Development and research in computer adaptive language testing, (pp. 150-166). Cambridge: University of Cambridge Examinations Syndicate/Cambridge University Press.
  • Chapelle, C. A. (1999). Validity in language assessment. Annual Review of Applied Linguistics, 19, 254-272.
  • Chapelle, C. (1998). Construct definition and validity inquiry in SLA research. In L. F. Bachman & A. D. Cohen (Eds.), Second language acquisition and language testing interfaces, (pp. 32-70). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
  • Bernstein, J., Burstein, J., Chapelle, C., Chawla, P., Frase, L., & Klavans, J. (1997). Report from the roundtable discussion on technology and language testing. Proceedings from the Language Testing Research Colloquium, 1996, Tampere, Finland, July 31-August 3.

  • Chapelle, C., Grabe, W., & Berns, M. (1997). Communicative language proficiency: Definition and implications for TOEFL 2000. TOEFL Monograph Series, MS-10. Princeton, NJ: Educational Testing Service.

  • Chapelle, C. (1996). Validity issues in computer-assisted strategy assessment. Applied Language Learning, 7 (1), 47-60.

  • Chapelle, C. (1995). Field independence/dependence in the L2 classroom. In J. Reid (Ed.), Learning styles in the ESL/EFL classroom, (pp. 158-168). Boston: Heinle and Heinle.
  • Chapelle, C. (1994). Are C-tests valid measures for L2 vocabulary research? Second Language Research, 10 (2), 157-187.
  • Chapelle, C. (1993). Issues in computer-assisted analysis for one-word test responses. CALICO '93 Assessment Symposium Transactions, (pp. 17-21). Durham, NC: CALICO.
  • Chapelle, C., & Douglas, D. (1993). Foundations and directions for a new decade of language testing. In D. Douglas, & C. Chapelle (Eds.), A new decade of language testing research. (pp. 1-22), Arlington, VA: TESOL publications.
  • Chapelle, C. (1992). Disembedding "Disembedded pictures in the landscape": an appraisal of Griffiths and Sheen's "Reappraisal" of L2 research on field/independence. Applied Linguistics, 13 (4), 375-384.
  • Chapelle, C., & Green, P. (1992). Field independence/dependence in second language acquisition research. Language Learning, 42 (1), 47-83.
  • Abraham, R., & Chapelle, C. (1992). The meaning of cloze test scores: An item difficulty perspective. Modern Language Journal, 76 (4), 468-479.

  • Chapelle, C., & Abraham, R. (1990). Cloze method: What difference does it make? Language Testing, 7 (2), 121-145.
  • Chapelle, C. (1988). Field independence: A source of language test variance? Language Testing, 5 (1), 62-82.
  • Chapelle, C., & Roberts, C. (1986). Field independence and ambiguity tolerance as predictors of success in acquiring English as a second language. Language Learning 36 (1), 27-46.