The purpose of this study is to present and to illustrate
the application of a general linear model for the
analysis of test networks based on Rasch measurement
models. Test networks can be used to vertically equate
a set of tests that cover a wide range of difficulties.
The criteria of consistency and coherence are proposed
in order to assess the adequacy of the vertical equating
within the test network. The method is illustrated using
a set of standardized reading tests which are a part
of the Comprehensive Assessment Program’s (1981)
Engelhard, George & Osberg, David W. (1983). Constructing a test network with a Rasch measurement model. Applied Psychological Measurement, 7, 283-294. doi:10.1177/014662168300700304
Engelhard, George, Jr.; Osberg, David W..
Constructing a test network with a Rasch measurement model.
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