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Differential Item Functioning

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Differential item functioning (DIF) is formally defined as a lack of equality between two group’s conditional probability functions that relate a trait of measurement to an item’s response data. DIF indicates that examinees who are equal on the trait of measurement, but differ according to some external variable, ...

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