Past, present and future: an idiosyncratic view of Rasch measurement
Bond, Trevor G. (2005) Past, present and future: an idiosyncratic view of Rasch measurement. In: Applied Rasch Measurement: a book of exemplars: papers in honour of John P. Keeves. Education in the Asia-Pacific Region Series . Springer, Dordrecht, The Netherlands, pp. 329-341.
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This chapter traces the developments in Rasch measurement, and its corresponding refinement in both its application and programs to compute pertinent item and person parameters. The underlying principles of conjoint measurement are discussed, and its implications for education and research in social sciences are highlightcd.
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