Thurstonian Covariance and Correlation Structures for Multiple Judgment Paired Comparison Data

Subject: Case III model, Case V model, Comparative data, Goodness of fit, Limited information estimation, MPLUS, Personal assessment, Random utility models, Scale invariance, Structural equation models

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