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The wrong responses to a very difficult item: a comparison of high-scoring and low-scoring examinees

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Are some wrong alternatives disproportionately chosen by examinees of high ability (perhaps because they are less wrong than the other alternatives), and others disproportionately chosen by examinees of lower ability? Some evidence for this is given from the constructed-response context.

Document Type: Research Article


Publication date: 2002-11-01

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