[Rasch] [adultdevel] Re: Reflections on late ego stages, MHC and dialectical reasoning
Michael Lamport Commons
commons at tiac.net
Thu May 19 04:51:14 EST 2011
It would be nice to see a Rasch scaling of the items on the WSCT or at
least the scores to each item x the item.
The Rasch list may have a way of doing this. Let us say there are x
items. To each item there are open ended answers that then get scored
for stage ranging from 5 to 13. How does one get a Rasch score for
item? Just the normal way?
Michael Lamport Commons, Ph.D.
Assistant Clinical Professor
Department of Psychiatry
Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center
Harvard Medical School
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Cambridge, MA 02138-1328
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Commons at tiac.net
On 5/18/2011 1:23 PM, Thomas Jordan wrote:
> 15 maj 2011 kl. 20.52 skrev Michael Lamport Commons:
>> What I think you are proposing meets transitivity and nothing else.
>> It says you have to build the higher order tasks out of the lower
>> order ones.
>> I do not advocate building a pyramid with 3 strong sides and one out
>> of a mixture of sand and clay.
> Dear Michael,
> I believe your orientation is strongly nomothetical and deductive,
> where the development of stringent theory is a central goal.
> Loevinger's framework is a result of inductive research. Such research
> is strong in identifying new patterns in empirical data and generating
> new hypotheses, but generally weak in theoretical stringency and often
> also weak in providing well-founded explanations for patterns.
> I am also more inclined towards openended inductive research. If I see
> an intriguing pattern in the data, I get interested and want to
> explore more, and perhaps eventually finding an explanation for the
> pattern. It does not trouble me at all that the interesting patterns
> found in interviews or other data don't seem to be amenable to
> stringent theory building. I still am interested in trying to make
> sense of them.
> So again, I think we will have to conclude that the interests and
> frameworks in this field sometimes diverge so fundamentally that we
> will not reach agreement on what questions to ask, and what kinds of
> answers are legitimate and interesting. But the conversation is useful
> anyway :-).
> / Thomas
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