[Rasch] Comparison Rasch 3-parm IRT
rprimi at mac.com
Sat Sep 14 22:20:45 EST 2013
Thanks a lot Mike
It is interesting that then both models will tell the same history about the subjects (practically the same theta estimates and same S.E.)
Em 14/09/2013, às 06:55, Mike Linacre escreveu:
> Thank you for your email, Ricardo.
> You wrote: In general high ability are estimated with higher S. E.
> because items are relatively easy for the sample.
> Reply: Yes. We expect a U-shaped graph when S.E. is plotted against theta.
> You wrote: Suppose two datasets A and B with everything equal but the
> discrimination in A is generally lower (low correlation theta-score)
> than dataset B. Does WINSTEPS will have different discrimination in each
> dataset maintaining it constant within datasets? or will it calibrate as
> 1 in both ? Does this differences will impact measures variance ?
> Reply: In Winsteps, and in Rasch, differences in test discrimination
> appear as differences in logit range. In general, the higher the test
> discrimination, the higher the range. When the test discrimination
> becomes perfect (a Guttman pattern), the range of the measures in logits
> becomes infinite.
> You wrote: And finally if the lower asymptote is really greater than
> zero for most of the items what estimate of reliability should we trust
> more ? Rasch or 3PL ?
> Reply: I always tend to trust the lower estimate of reliability more.
> You can estimate a Rasch reliability that approximates the 3-PL
> reliability by using CUTLO= in Winsteps. If c=.2, then CUTLO=1.2
> Mike L.
> Mike Linacre, mike at winsteps.com
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