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ArtikelIRT Model Selection Methods for Dichotomous Items  
Oleh: Kang, Taehoon ; Cohen, Allan S.
Jenis: Article from Journal - ilmiah internasional
Dalam koleksi: Applied Psychological Measurement vol. 31 no. 4 (Jul. 2007), page 331-358.
Topik: item response theory; model selection; AIC; BIC; DIC; crossvalidation log-likelihood; pseudo-Bayes factor; likelihood ratio test
Fulltext: 331.pdf (213.17KB)
Isi artikelFit of themodel to the data is important if the benefits of item response theory (IRT) are to be obtained. In this study, the authors compared model selection results using the likelihood ratio test, two information-based criteria, and two Bayesian methods. An example illustrated the potential for inconsistency in model selection depending on which of the indices was used. Results from a simulation study indicated that the inconsistencies among the indices were common but that model selection was relatively accurate for longer tests administered to larger sample of examinees. The cross-validation log-likelihood (CVLL) appeared to work the best of the fivemodels for the conditions simulated in this study.
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