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Sun Jun 3 06:41:07 EST 2012
One down (guessing), one to go (discrimination)
On Jun 2, 2012, at 12:45 AM, Purya Baghaei <puryabaghaei at gmail.com> wrote:
> What I found exciting was that the paper says:
> "...the c-parameter of 3PLM should not be interpreted as a guessing
> parameter. This study found logical, empirical evidence showing that
> neither the a-, b-, or c parameters of 3PLM can accurately reflect the
> discrimination, difficulty, and guessing properties of an item,
> I read of of problems associated with IRT, but didn't know they were so serious.
> On 5/31/12, Tom Conner <connert at msu.edu> wrote:
>> Not sure why it is exciting. It just brings up the old issue of
>> changing the model if it doesn't fit (e.g., adding parameters at the
>> expense of measurement properties) or keeping the model and its
>> measurement properties and do things like modify items or administration
>> On 5/31/12 4:39 AM, Purya Baghaei wrote:
>>> Hi folks,
>>> Have you seen this? Very exciting!
>> Tom Conner
>> Professor Emeritus
>> Department of Sociology
>> Michigan State University
>> "What if there were no hypothetical questions?"
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