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Introduction to Classical and Modern Test Theory

Introduction to Classical and Modern Test Theory

Introduction to Classical and Modern Test Theory. Linda Crocker, James Algina

Introduction to Classical and Modern Test Theory


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Introduction to Classical and Modern Test Theory Linda Crocker, James Algina
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New-York: Harcourt, Brace, Jovanich College Publishers; 1986. Introduction to classical and modern test theory. In this context, a true score represents “the average score a person would obtain on an infinite number of parallel forms of a test, assuming that the person is not affected by taking the tests (i.e., assuming no practice or .. Classical Test Theory and Item Response Theory in Test Analysis. Introduction.to.Classical.and.Modern.Test.Theory.pdf. Lancaster: Lancaster University, United Kingdom. New York: Holt, Rinehart and Winston. Serial Box 08-2010 Free Download from rapidshare, 4shared, mediafire, direct, torrent. Crocker L, Algina J: Introduction to Classical and Modern Test Theory. Introduction to Classical and Modern Test Theory. The concept of parallel tests is also commonly invoked as part of classical measurement theory. Algina, Introduction to Classical and Modern Test Theory (New York, NY: Holt, 1986) p. Two independent distributions of possible observed scores, the correlation between error scores from the two testings is zero. Lord FM: Applications of Item Response Theory to Practical Testing Problems. Kline, A Handbook of Test Construction: Introduction to psychometric design (London: Methuen, 1986) p. Reference: Crocker and Algina (1986), "Introduction to Classical & Modern Test Theory," CBS College Publishing.