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Of these items, number 3 is the most discriminating item Integration of Dimensions Into Categorical Diagnoses 27 (as evidenced by the height of its peak), whereas number 4 reflects lower precision but has the highest threshold/severity of all items (because its peak is the furthest right along the severity dimension). Taken together, these items give rise to a test information curve that is moderately peaked and centered around zero on the severity dimension (which is on a z-score metric). Notably, the information value of these hypothetical items drops off quickly for individuals who are more than a standard deviation below or above the population mean for this dimension, which may not be ideal in clinical settings, where we wish to identify, with reasonable precision, those who are showing high levels of symptoms.
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