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    Klaas Sijtsma,Ivo W. Molenaar
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Anyone who uses or constructs tests or questionnaires for measuring abilities, achievements, personality traits, attitudes, or opinions will find nonparametric IRT useful for designing and improving such measurements. Klaas Sijtsma, Ivo W.

Contributor(s): Molenaar, Ivo W. Material type: BookSeries: Measurement methods for the social sciences . Material type: BookSeries: Measurement methods for the social sciences series: Publisher: Thousand Oaks, Calif. SAGE Publications, c2002Description: vii, 168 p. : ill. ; 23 c. SBN: 0761908129 (alk. paper); 0761908137 (pbk. : alk. paper). Subject(s): Nonparametric statistics Item response theory - Statistical methodsDDC classification: 51. Online resources: Publisher description. Tags from this library: No tags from this library for this title.

Theory, Vol. 5 (Measurement Methods for the Social Science). Dr marked it as to-read Jul 24, 2015.

Introduction to Nonparametric Item Response Theory, Vol. 0761908137 (ISBN13: 9780761908135).

Series: Measurement Methods for the Social Science. March 2002 176 pages SAGE Publications, Inc. Download flyer. Anyone who uses or constructs tests or questionnaires for measuring abilities, achievements, personality traits, attitudes, or opinions will find nonparametric IRT useful for designing and improving such measurements.

The Theory and Practice of Item Response Theory (Methodology in the Social Sciences). A great book for graduate students to learn what is IRT and measurement. Excellent first introduction to the topic. 10 people found this helpful. The Basics of Item Response Theory. Dr Michael Glencross. also a great book for teachers who give this class.

Introduction to Nonparametric Item Response Theory. Models for Mental Measurement, Philosophy and Assumptions Underlying Nonparametric IRT Models for Dichotomous Item Scores, The Monotone Homogeneity Model Applied to Transitive Reasoning Data, Th. More).

Автор: Sijtsma K & Molenaar I Название: Introduction to Nonparametric Item Response Theory: Volume 5.

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This book introduces social and behavioral science students and researchers to the theory and practice of the highly powerful methods of nonparametric item response theory (IRT). Anyone who uses or constructs tests or questionnaires for measuring abilities, achievements, personality traits, attitudes, or opinions will find nonparametric IRT useful for designing and improving such measurements. The authors show how the broadness of the nonparametric item response models allows them to fit many data sets and remain powerful enough for implying useful measurement properties, such as the ordering of persons using the simple total score (number-correct for dichotomous item tests and sum of rating scale score for polytomous item tests) and the ordering of the items using the item means.