High-dimensional maximum marginal likelihood item factor analysis by adaptive quadrature
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Keywordsfactor analysis; item response theory; latent variables; EM algorithm; marginal likelihood estimation; GLS estimation; adaptive quadrature; monte carlo integration;
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