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Measuring individual differences in change with multidimensional Rasch models.

@article{Wang1998MeasuringID,
  title={Measuring individual differences in change with multidimensional Rasch models.},
  author={W. Wang and M. Wilson and R. J. Adams},
  journal={Journal of outcome measurement},
  year={1998},
  volume={2 3},
  pages={
          240-65
        }
}
  • W. Wang, M. Wilson, R. J. Adams
  • Published 1998
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Journal of outcome measurement
  • Item response models have been developed to explore change measurement, including those proposed by Fischer and his colleagues (e.g., Fischer & Pazer, 1991; Fischer & Ponocny, 1994), Andersen (1985) and Embretson (1991). In this article, we propose another multidimensional Rasch model, the multidimensional random coefficient multinomial logit (MRCML) model (Adams, Wilson, & Wang, 1997). All these models are briefly reviewed and compared. The MRCML can be applied to not only polytomous items but… CONTINUE READING
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