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I've Fallen and I Can't Get Up: Can High-Ability Students Recover ...
I've Fallen and I Can't Get Up: Can High-Ability Students Recover From Early Mistakes in CAT? Kelly L. Rulison. The Pennsylvania State University, ...
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Psychometric Modeling of Componentially Designed Synonym Tasks ...
The multi-component latent trait model (MLTM; Embretson, 1980, 1984) was used here for three different tasks: providing a synonym for a stimulus word ...
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I've Fallen and I Can't Get Up: Can High-Ability Students Recover ...
I've Fallen and I Can't Get Up: Can High-Ability Students Recover From Early Mistakes in CAT? Kelly L. Rulison. The Pennsylvania State University, ...
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I've Fallen and I Can't Get Up: Can High-Ability Students Recover ...
I've Fallen and I Can't Get Up: Can High-Ability Students Recover From Early Mistakes in CAT? Kelly L. Rulison. The Pennsylvania State University, ...
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I've Fallen and I Can't Get Up: Can High-Ability Students Recover ...
I've Fallen and I Can't Get Up: Can High-Ability Students Recover From Early Mistakes in CAT? Kelly L. Rulison. The Pennsylvania State University, ...
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Evaluation of Small-Sample Statistics That Test Whether Variables ...
This study investigated the performance of five small-sample statistics (Lord's, Kristof's, McNemar's, Forsyth and Feldt's, and Braden's) that test whether ...
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Component Latent Trait Models for Paragraph Comprehension Tests ...
Component Latent Trait Models for Paragraph Comprehension Tests. Susan E. Embretson. University of Kansas. C. Douglas Wetzel ...
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Item Diffficulty Modeling of Paragraph Comprehension Items ...
The current study attempts to identify generative components for the Graduate Record Examination paragraph comprehension items through the cognitive ...
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Equating Tests Under the Graded Response Model -- Baker 16 (1): 87 ...
A system of equations for obtaining the equating coefficients under Samejima's (1969, 1972) graded response model is derived. These equations are used to ...
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I've Fallen and I Can't Get Up: Can High-Ability Students Recover ...
This study explains why this asymmetry occurs and shows that early mistakes by high-ability students can lead to considerable underestimation, even in tests ...
 
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