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Further, Pope and Harley erroneously proposed that it is "common sense" that soft-linked items would on average have higher point-biserial correlation coefficients (PBCCs) than hard-linked items because soft-linked items are more likely to be scored as correct compared to their hard-linked counterparts.
It is interesting to note that, although participants in this study scored higher than those in Ponterotto's study on cognitive attitudes toward racial diversity (QDI Factor 1), they scored lower on affective attitudes toward greater personal contact with racial diversity (QDI Factor 2).