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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell

Volume 72, Number 3, 1 November 2019

Advances in modelling response styles and related phenomena
pp. 393-400(8)
Authors: Khorramdel, Lale; Jeon, Minjeong; Leigh Wang, Lihshing

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Clustering preference data in the presence of response‐style bias
pp. 401-425(25)
Authors: Takagishi, Mariko; Velden, Michel; Yadohisa, Hiroshi

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Individual, situational, and cultural correlates of acquiescent responding: Towards a unified conceptual framework
pp. 426-446(21)
Authors: Lechner, Clemens M.; Partsch, Melanie V.; Danner, Daniel; Rammstedt, Beatrice

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Comparison of classical and modern methods for measuring and correcting for acquiescence
pp. 447-465(19)
Authors: Primi, Ricardo; Santos, Daniel; De Fruyt, Filip; John, Oliver P.

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Using multidimensional item response theory to evaluate how response styles impact measurement
pp. 466-485(20)
Authors: Adams, Daniel J.; Bolt, Daniel M.; Deng, Sien; Smith, Stevens S.; Baker, Timothy B.

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Assessing item‐feature effects with item response tree models
pp. 486-500(15)
Author: Böckenholt, Ulf

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IRTree models with ordinal and multidimensional decision nodes for response styles and trait‐based rating responses
pp. 501-516(16)
Authors: Meiser, Thorsten; Plieninger, Hansjörg; Henninger, Mirka

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Combining mixture distribution and multidimensional IRTree models for the measurement of extreme response styles
pp. 538-559(22)
Authors: Khorramdel, Lale; Davier, Matthias; Pokropek, Artur

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