# 1, 2, 3-Parameter Logistic Rasch and Birnbaum Models and Item Analysis

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The item difficulty statistic is an appropriate choice for achievement or aptitude tests when the items are scored dichotomously (i.e., they are either correct or incorrect). Several methods were developed by G. Rasch and A. Birnbaum to estimate test reliability. The One-Parameter Logistic Model (1PLM) is

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Contributed by: Olexandr Eugene Prokopchenko (March 2011)

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G. Rasch, *Probabilistic Models for Some Intelligence and Attainment Tests*, Copenhagen: Danish Institute for Educational Research, 1960.

A. Birnbaum, "Some Latent Trait Models and Their Use in Inferring an Examinee's Ability," in F. M. Lord and M. R. Novick, *Statistical Theories of Mental Test Scores,* Reading, MA: Addison–Wesley, 1968.

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