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Herrera Rojas , A. N., Sánchez Pedraza , R., & Gómez Benito , J. (2001). Funcionamiento diferencial de los ítems : una revisión conceptual y metodológica. Acta Colombiana de Psicología, (5), 41-61. Recuperado a partir de https://actacolombianapsicologia.ucatolica.edu.co/article/view/589

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Today, identifying biased item tests is an inevitable task in the process of construction and validation of psychological tests. Thus, it is important to understand the concepts related to Differential Items Functioning (DIF) and the methods for its detection. This paper re­views the basic concepts related to DIF within the context of tests construct validity. In addition, some important methods, commonly used for DIF detection, are described em­phasizing the advantages and limitations for its practical use.

 

 

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