Small N does not always justify Rasch model

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Small N does not always justify Rasch model

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1986

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In many applications of item response theory, it is of little consequence whether the Rasch model or a more accurate, but more complicated item response model is used. With small sample sizes, it might be advantageous to employ the Rasch model. A clear counterexample is the case of optimal item selection under guessing.

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de Gruijter, Dato N. (1986). Small N does not always justify Rasch model. Applied Psychological Measurement, 10, 187-194. doi:10.1177/014662168601000210

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De Gruijter, Dato N. M.. (1986). Small N does not always justify Rasch model. Retrieved from the University Digital Conservancy, https://hdl.handle.net/11299/102298.

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