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Testing Behavioral Hypotheses Using an Integrated Model of Grocery Store Shopping Path and Purchase Behavior
We examine three sets of established behavioral hypotheses about consumers' in-store behavior using field data on grocery store shopping paths and purchases. Our results provide field evidence forExpand
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Testlet Response Theory and Its Applications
Preface Part I. Introduction to Testlets: 1. Introduction to testing 2. Traditional true score theory 3. Item response theory 4. Testlet response theory: introduction and preview 5. The origins ofExpand
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The Variety of an Assortment
Consumers rank variety of assortment right behind location and price when naming reasons why they patronize their favorite stores. Consumers care about variety because they are more likely to findExpand
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An Exploratory Look at Supermarket Shopping Paths
We present analyses of an extraordinary new dataset that reveals the path taken by individual shoppers in an actual grocery store, as provided by RFID (radio frequency identification) tags located onExpand
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A Bayesian random effects model for testlets
Standard item response theory (IRT) models fit to dichotomous examination responses ignore the fact that sets of items (testlets) often come from a single common stimuli (e.g. a reading comprehensionExpand
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Testlet Response Theory: An Analog for the 3PL Model Useful in Testlet-Based Adaptive Testing
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The invention of short multiple choice test items provided an enormous technical and practical advantage for test developers; certainly the items could be scored easily, but that was just one of the reasons for their popular adoption in the early part of the 20th century. Expand
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Promises and Lies: Restoring Violated Trust
Trust is critical for organizations, effective management, and efficient negotiations, yet trust violations are common. Prior work has often assumed trust to be fragile—easily broken and difficult toExpand
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Agents to the Rescue?
The advent of electronic environments is bound to have profound effects on consumer decision making. While the exact nature of these influences is only partially known it is clear that consumersExpand
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A Bayesian random effects model for testlets
Standard item response theory (IRT) models fit to dichotomous examination responses ignore the fact that sets of items (testlets) often come from a single common stimuli (e.g. a reading comprehensionExpand
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Relationship between Medicare's hospital compare performance measures and mortality rates.
CONTEXT In response to concerns about the quality of care in US hospitals, the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services began measuring hospital performance and reporting this performance on theirExpand
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