Conditional Pairwise Estimation in the Rasch Model for Ordered Response Categories using Principal Components. David Andrich and Guanzhong Luo, p. 205-221
Reliability and True-score Measures of Binary Items as a Function of Their Rasch Difficulty Parameter. Dimiter M. Dimitrov, p. 222-233.
Using Logistic Regression to Detect Item-level Non-response Bias in Surveys. Edward W. Wolfe, p. 234-248.
Rasch Measurement in the Assessment of Amytropic Lateral Sclerosis Patients. Josephine M. Norquist, Ray Fitzpatrick, and Crispin Jenkinson, p. 249-257.
Measuring Client Satisfaction with Public Education II: Comparing Schools with State Benchmarks. Trevor G. Bond and John A. King, p. 258-268.
The Recovery of the Density Scale using a Stochastic Quasi-Realization of Additive Conjoint Measurement. Timothy W. Pelton and C. Victor Bunderson, p. 269-281.
Understanding Rasch Measurement: Substantive Scale Construction. Mark H. Stone, p. 282-297.
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