IRTLRDIF

IRTLRDIF v2.0b; Software for the Computation of the Statistics Involved in Item Response Theory Likelihood-Ratio Tests for Differential Item Functioning. IRTLRDIF is software that computes likelihood ratio tests of DIF for the 3PL and graded IRT models.


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  1. Bechger, Timo M.; Maris, Gunter: A statistical test for differential item pair functioning (2015)
  2. Kleickmann, Thilo; Richter, Dirk; Kunter, Mareike; Elsner, Jürgen; Besser, Michael; Krauss, Stefan; Cheo, Marie; Baumert, Jürgen: Content knowledge and pedagogical content knowledge in Taiwanese and German mathematics teachers (2015) MathEduc
  3. da-Silva, C. Q.; Gomes, A. E.: Bayesian inference for an item response model for modeling test anxiety (2011)
  4. Galli, Silvia; Chiesi, Francesca; Primi, Caterina: Measuring mathematical ability needed for “non-mathematical” majors: The construction of a scale applying IRT and differential item functioning across educational contexts (2011) MathEduc
  5. Seung Choi; Laura Gibbons; Paul Crane: lordif: An R Package for Detecting Differential Item Functioning Using Iterative Hybrid Ordinal Logistic Regression/Item Response Theory and Monte Carlo Simulations (2011) not zbMATH