[Rasch] Estimating Rasch Measures for Extreme Scores

Michael Lamport Commons commons at tiac.net
Sat Apr 30 06:14:38 EST 2011

It was published in Rasch Measurement

Commons, M. L., Goodheart, E. A., Pekker, A., Dawson-Tunik, T. L., Cyr, 
E., Rodriguez, J. A., et al. (2005).  The relationship between orders of 
hierarchical complexity and Rasch scaled stage scores:  Balance beam, 
laundry, and counselor-patient task sequences.  Journal of Applied 
Measurement.  10(2): 1-11.

My Best,

Michael Lamport Commons, Ph.D.
Assistant Clinical Professor

Department of Psychiatry
Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center
Harvard Medical School
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On 4/29/2011 3:29 PM, liasonas at cytanet.com.cy wrote:
> Still, a phd student would not be able to support infit of 2.0 by saying "this is very common" unless this is shown in a peer-reviewed paper, right? Looking back to my original questions, we still need references to support our rasch work...
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