thomas.salzberger at gmail.com
Thu May 31 19:22:03 EST 2012
Yes, interesting indeed.
I remember I once listened to a presentation by David Andrich who
proposed a Rasch model (so, no a parameter) that takes guessing into
account. The fancy thing was that the degree to which the response was
governed by guessing was modeled as a function of beta (b) and delta
(D). Leads to very strange ICCs but makes a lot of sense.
2012/5/31 Purya Baghaei <puryabaghaei at gmail.com>:
> Hi folks,
> Have you seen this? Very exciting!
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