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Essays on Item Response Theory

Essays on Item Response Theory
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Title Essays on Item Response Theory ([EBook] /) / edited by Anne Boomsma, Marijtje A. J. van Duijn, Tom A. B. Snijders.
Added Personal Name Boomsma, Anne editor.
Duijn, Marijtje A. J. van editor.
Snijders, Tom A. B. editor.
Other name(s) SpringerLink (Online service)
Publication New York, NY : : Springer New York : : Imprint: Springer, , 2001.
Physical Details XV, 442 p. : online resource.
Series Lecture Notes in Statistics 0930-0325 ; ; 157
ISBN 9781461301691
Contents note 1 The Life of Georg Rasch as a Mathematician and as a Statistician -- 2 The Growing Family of Rasch Models -- 3 Gain Scores Revisited Under an IRT Perspective -- 4 Modeling Learning in Short-Term Learning Tests -- 5 An IRT Model for Multiple Raters -- 6 Conditional Independence and Differential Item Functioning in the Two-Parameter Logistic Model -- 7 Differential Item Functioning Depending on General Covariates -- 8 Statistical Tests for Differential Test Functioning in Rasch’s Model for Speed Tests -- 9 Expected Response Functions -- 10 A Logistic IRT Model for Decreasing and Increasing Item Characteristic Curves -- 11 Using Parameter Expansion to Improve the Performance of the EM Algorithm for Multidimensional IRT Population-Survey Models -- 12 Cross-Validating Item Parameter Estimation in Adaptive Testing -- 13 Imputation of Missing Scale Data with Item Response Models -- 14 On the Interplay Between Nonparametric and Parametric IRT, with Some Thoughts About the Future -- 15 Reversibility Revisited and Other Comparisons of Three Types of Polytomous IRT Models -- 16 Progress in NIRT Analysis of Polytomous Item Scores: Dilemmas and Practical Solutions -- 17 Two-Level Nonparametric Scaling for Dichotomous Data -- 18 The Circles of Our Minds: &A Nonparametric IRT Model for the Circumplex -- 19 Using Resampling Methods to Produce an Improved DIMTEST Procedure -- 20 Person Fit Across Subgroups: An Achievement Testing Example -- 21 Single-Peaked or Monotone Tracelines? On the Choice of an IRT Model for Scaling Data -- 22 Outline of a Faceted Theory of Item Response Data -- Abbreviations.
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