Construct, Framework and Test Development—From IRT Perspectives
In Chap. 1, the terms “latent trait” and “construct” are used to refer to the psycho-social attributes that are of interest to be measured.
KeywordsLatent Variable Correct Answer Test Item Item Response Theory Latent Trait
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