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This paper reviews developments in nonparametric item response theory (NIRT). Historically, Mokken's (1971) item response theory (IRT) model and procedure of scale analysis have been the starting point for NIRT models; the developments that Mokken's work have inspired and those that originated...
The cross-mode equivalence of paper-and-pencil (P&P) and computer-based clerical tests was examined. 411 undergraduate students at two large Midwestern universities were administered 10 timed clerical tests. Although Mead & Drasgow's (1993) meta-analysis found that speededness moderated...
In the past several decades, there has been an increasing interest in the development of statistics used to identify examinees who respond to test items in a manner that is divergent from the underlying test model. One statistic that has received a great deal of attention is the lz index...
Monte carlo methods were used to compare several measures of item parameter drift. Number of examinees, number of items, and number of drift items in the test were manipulated. Overall, Lord's x2 measure was the most effective in identifying items that exhibited drift. However, the measure was...
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