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# ðŸ“™ Bayesian Analysis of Item Response Theory Models Using SAS by Clement A. Stone, Xiaowen Zhu â€” free download

**Written especially for psychometricians, scale developers, and practitioners interested in applications of Bayesian estimation and model checking of item response theory (IRT) models, this book teaches you how to accomplish all of this with the SAS MCMC Procedure.** Because of its tutorial structure, *Bayesian Analysis of Item Response Theory Models Using SAS* will be of immediate practical use to SAS users with some introductory background in IRT models and the Bayesian paradigm. ## About book:

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- Author:
**Clement A. Stone, Xiaowen Zhu** - Year:
**2015** - Publisher:
**SAS Institute** - Language:
**English** - ISBN:
**1629596507,9781629596501**

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