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Assessing Heterogeneity in Students’ Visual Judgment: Model-Based Partitioning of Image Rankings

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Tallon, Miles ; Greenlee, Mark W. ; Wagner, Ernst ; Rakoczy, Katrin ; Wiedermann, Wolfgang ; Frick, Ulrich
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Differences in the ability of students to judge images can be assessed by analyzing the individual preference order (ranking) of images. To gain insights into potential heterogeneity in judgement of visual abstraction among students, we combine Bradley–Terry preference modeling and model-based recursive partitioning. In an experiment a sample of 1,020 high-school students ranked five sets of ...


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