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Single Subject Research

SINGLE SUBJECT RESEARCH APPS I N EDUCATIONAL SETTINGS

Applications in Educational Settings
Single Subject Research
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3
Pub Date
2018-01-01
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2019
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1337566691
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9781337566698
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Wadsworth Publishing
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This practical textbook provides background knowledge, basic concepts, and an understanding of relevant issues related to applied behavior analysis -- and specifically to single subject research designs. It combines explanation with application, providing you with an overview of the major types of single subject research designs. A summary of the results of applicable studies published in the professional literature follows the overview. Sample studies illustrate the application of principles, and concept checks help you gauge your grasp of the material.
  • Focuses on issues in single subject research, independent/dependent variables, and the four basic single-subject designs and their variations.
  • Focuses on issues in single subject research, independent/dependent variables, and the four basic single-subject designs and their variations.
  • Reviews current research literature and includes "how to" information for students.
  • Reviews current research literature and includes "how to" information for students.
  • Offers a holistic approach to analyzing data that emphasizes visual, quantitative, and qualitative aspects.
  • Offers a holistic approach to analyzing data that emphasizes visual, quantitative, and qualitative aspects.
  • Includes numerous student-friendly features such as reoccurring vignettes, "Check It Out," and "Summary Checklists" that help keep students engaged.
  • Includes numerous student-friendly features such as reoccurring vignettes, "Check It Out," and "Summary Checklists" that help keep students engaged.
  • CEC Standards have been correlated to each chapter.
  • CEC Standards have been correlated to each chapter.
  • Each chapter includes learning objectives, which provide a framework for students as they read and help them understand expected outcomes.
  • Each chapter includes learning objectives, which provide a framework for students as they read and help them understand expected outcomes.
  • PART 1: CONDUCTING SINGLE SUBJECT RESEARCH: ISSUES AND PROCEDURES.
  • 1. Historical Perspectives and Important Concepts in Single Subject Research.
  • 2. Methods for Changing Target Behaviors.
  • 3. Methods for Recording Behaviors.
  • 4. Issues in Single Subject Research.
  • 5. Action Research.
  • PART 2: OVERVIEW AND APPLICATION OF SINGLE SUBJECT DESIGNS.
  • 6. Withdrawal Designs.
  • 7. Changing Conditions and Changing Criterion Designs.
  • 8. Multiple Baseline Designs.
  • 9. Alternating Treatments Designs.
  • PART 3: ANALYZING RESULTS FROM SINGLE SUBJECT STUDIES.
  • 10. Methods for Analyzing Data.
This practical textbook provides background knowledge, basic concepts, and an understanding of relevant issues related to applied behavior analysis -- and specifically to single subject research designs. It combines explanation with application, providing you with an overview of the major types of single subject research designs. A summary of the results of applicable studies published in the professional literature follows the overview. Sample studies illustrate the application of principles, and concept checks help you gauge your grasp of the material.
  • Focuses on issues in single subject research, independent/dependent variables, and the four basic single-subject designs and their variations.
  • Focuses on issues in single subject research, independent/dependent variables, and the four basic single-subject designs and their variations.
  • Reviews current research literature and includes "how to" information for students.
  • Reviews current research literature and includes "how to" information for students.
  • Offers a holistic approach to analyzing data that emphasizes visual, quantitative, and qualitative aspects.
  • Offers a holistic approach to analyzing data that emphasizes visual, quantitative, and qualitative aspects.
  • Includes numerous student-friendly features such as reoccurring vignettes, "Check It Out," and "Summary Checklists" that help keep students engaged.
  • Includes numerous student-friendly features such as reoccurring vignettes, "Check It Out," and "Summary Checklists" that help keep students engaged.
  • CEC Standards have been correlated to each chapter.
  • CEC Standards have been correlated to each chapter.
  • Each chapter includes learning objectives, which provide a framework for students as they read and help them understand expected outcomes.
  • Each chapter includes learning objectives, which provide a framework for students as they read and help them understand expected outcomes.
  • PART 1: CONDUCTING SINGLE SUBJECT RESEARCH: ISSUES AND PROCEDURES.
  • 1. Historical Perspectives and Important Concepts in Single Subject Research.
  • 2. Methods for Changing Target Behaviors.
  • 3. Methods for Recording Behaviors.
  • 4. Issues in Single Subject Research.
  • 5. Action Research.
  • PART 2: OVERVIEW AND APPLICATION OF SINGLE SUBJECT DESIGNS.
  • 6. Withdrawal Designs.
  • 7. Changing Conditions and Changing Criterion Designs.
  • 8. Multiple Baseline Designs.
  • 9. Alternating Treatments Designs.
  • PART 3: ANALYZING RESULTS FROM SINGLE SUBJECT STUDIES.
  • 10. Methods for Analyzing Data.
This practical textbook provides background knowledge, basic concepts, and an understanding of relevant issues related to applied behavior analysis -- and specifically to single subject research designs. It combines explanation with application, providing you with an overview of the major types of single subject research designs. A summary of the results of applicable studies published in the professional literature follows the overview. Sample studies illustrate the application of principles, and concept checks help you gauge your grasp of the material.
  • Focuses on issues in single subject research, independent/dependent variables, and the four basic single-subject designs and their variations.
  • Focuses on issues in single subject research, independent/dependent variables, and the four basic single-subject designs and their variations.
  • Reviews current research literature and includes "how to" information for students.
  • Reviews current research literature and includes "how to" information for students.
  • Offers a holistic approach to analyzing data that emphasizes visual, quantitative, and qualitative aspects.
  • Offers a holistic approach to analyzing data that emphasizes visual, quantitative, and qualitative aspects.
  • Includes numerous student-friendly features such as reoccurring vignettes, "Check It Out," and "Summary Checklists" that help keep students engaged.
  • Includes numerous student-friendly features such as reoccurring vignettes, "Check It Out," and "Summary Checklists" that help keep students engaged.
  • CEC Standards have been correlated to each chapter.
  • CEC Standards have been correlated to each chapter.
  • Each chapter includes learning objectives, which provide a framework for students as they read and help them understand expected outcomes.
  • Each chapter includes learning objectives, which provide a framework for students as they read and help them understand expected outcomes.
  • PART 1: CONDUCTING SINGLE SUBJECT RESEARCH: ISSUES AND PROCEDURES.
  • 1. Historical Perspectives and Important Concepts in Single Subject Research.
  • 2. Methods for Changing Target Behaviors.
  • 3. Methods for Recording Behaviors.
  • 4. Issues in Single Subject Research.
  • 5. Action Research.
  • PART 2: OVERVIEW AND APPLICATION OF SINGLE SUBJECT DESIGNS.
  • 6. Withdrawal Designs.
  • 7. Changing Conditions and Changing Criterion Designs.
  • 8. Multiple Baseline Designs.
  • 9. Alternating Treatments Designs.
  • PART 3: ANALYZING RESULTS FROM SINGLE SUBJECT STUDIES.
  • 10. Methods for Analyzing Data.
This practical textbook provides background knowledge, basic concepts, and an understanding of relevant issues related to applied behavior analysis -- and specifically to single subject research designs. It combines explanation with application, providing you with an overview of the major types of single subject research designs. A summary of the results of applicable studies published in the professional literature follows the overview. Sample studies illustrate the application of principles, and concept checks help you gauge your grasp of the material.
  • Focuses on issues in single subject research, independent/dependent variables, and the four basic single-subject designs and their variations.
  • Focuses on issues in single subject research, independent/dependent variables, and the four basic single-subject designs and their variations.
  • Reviews current research literature and includes "how to" information for students.
  • Reviews current research literature and includes "how to" information for students.
  • Offers a holistic approach to analyzing data that emphasizes visual, quantitative, and qualitative aspects.
  • Offers a holistic approach to analyzing data that emphasizes visual, quantitative, and qualitative aspects.
  • Includes numerous student-friendly features such as reoccurring vignettes, "Check It Out," and "Summary Checklists" that help keep students engaged.
  • Includes numerous student-friendly features such as reoccurring vignettes, "Check It Out," and "Summary Checklists" that help keep students engaged.
  • CEC Standards have been correlated to each chapter.
  • CEC Standards have been correlated to each chapter.
  • Each chapter includes learning objectives, which provide a framework for students as they read and help them understand expected outcomes.
  • Each chapter includes learning objectives, which provide a framework for students as they read and help them understand expected outcomes.
  • PART 1: CONDUCTING SINGLE SUBJECT RESEARCH: ISSUES AND PROCEDURES.
  • 1. Historical Perspectives and Important Concepts in Single Subject Research.
  • 2. Methods for Changing Target Behaviors.
  • 3. Methods for Recording Behaviors.
  • 4. Issues in Single Subject Research.
  • 5. Action Research.
  • PART 2: OVERVIEW AND APPLICATION OF SINGLE SUBJECT DESIGNS.
  • 6. Withdrawal Designs.
  • 7. Changing Conditions and Changing Criterion Designs.
  • 8. Multiple Baseline Designs.
  • 9. Alternating Treatments Designs.
  • PART 3: ANALYZING RESULTS FROM SINGLE SUBJECT STUDIES.
  • 10. Methods for Analyzing Data.
  • Product Description
  • This practical textbook provides background knowledge, basic concepts, and an understanding of relevant issues related to applied behavior analysis -- and specifically to single subject research designs. It combines explanation with application, providing you with an overview of the major types of single subject research designs. A summary of the results of applicable studies published in the professional literature follows the overview. Sample studies illustrate the application of principles, and concept checks help you gauge your grasp of the material.
    • Focuses on issues in single subject research, independent/dependent variables, and the four basic single-subject designs and their variations.
    • Focuses on issues in single subject research, independent/dependent variables, and the four basic single-subject designs and their variations.
    • Reviews current research literature and includes "how to" information for students.
    • Reviews current research literature and includes "how to" information for students.
    • Offers a holistic approach to analyzing data that emphasizes visual, quantitative, and qualitative aspects.
    • Offers a holistic approach to analyzing data that emphasizes visual, quantitative, and qualitative aspects.
    • Includes numerous student-friendly features such as reoccurring vignettes, "Check It Out," and "Summary Checklists" that help keep students engaged.
    • Includes numerous student-friendly features such as reoccurring vignettes, "Check It Out," and "Summary Checklists" that help keep students engaged.
    • CEC Standards have been correlated to each chapter.
    • CEC Standards have been correlated to each chapter.
    • Each chapter includes learning objectives, which provide a framework for students as they read and help them understand expected outcomes.
    • Each chapter includes learning objectives, which provide a framework for students as they read and help them understand expected outcomes.
    • PART 1: CONDUCTING SINGLE SUBJECT RESEARCH: ISSUES AND PROCEDURES.
    • 1. Historical Perspectives and Important Concepts in Single Subject Research.
    • 2. Methods for Changing Target Behaviors.
    • 3. Methods for Recording Behaviors.
    • 4. Issues in Single Subject Research.
    • 5. Action Research.
    • PART 2: OVERVIEW AND APPLICATION OF SINGLE SUBJECT DESIGNS.
    • 6. Withdrawal Designs.
    • 7. Changing Conditions and Changing Criterion Designs.
    • 8. Multiple Baseline Designs.
    • 9. Alternating Treatments Designs.
    • PART 3: ANALYZING RESULTS FROM SINGLE SUBJECT STUDIES.
    • 10. Methods for Analyzing Data.
  • Features
  • This practical textbook provides background knowledge, basic concepts, and an understanding of relevant issues related to applied behavior analysis -- and specifically to single subject research designs. It combines explanation with application, providing you with an overview of the major types of single subject research designs. A summary of the results of applicable studies published in the professional literature follows the overview. Sample studies illustrate the application of principles, and concept checks help you gauge your grasp of the material.
    • Focuses on issues in single subject research, independent/dependent variables, and the four basic single-subject designs and their variations.
    • Focuses on issues in single subject research, independent/dependent variables, and the four basic single-subject designs and their variations.
    • Reviews current research literature and includes "how to" information for students.
    • Reviews current research literature and includes "how to" information for students.
    • Offers a holistic approach to analyzing data that emphasizes visual, quantitative, and qualitative aspects.
    • Offers a holistic approach to analyzing data that emphasizes visual, quantitative, and qualitative aspects.
    • Includes numerous student-friendly features such as reoccurring vignettes, "Check It Out," and "Summary Checklists" that help keep students engaged.
    • Includes numerous student-friendly features such as reoccurring vignettes, "Check It Out," and "Summary Checklists" that help keep students engaged.
    • CEC Standards have been correlated to each chapter.
    • CEC Standards have been correlated to each chapter.
    • Each chapter includes learning objectives, which provide a framework for students as they read and help them understand expected outcomes.
    • Each chapter includes learning objectives, which provide a framework for students as they read and help them understand expected outcomes.
    • PART 1: CONDUCTING SINGLE SUBJECT RESEARCH: ISSUES AND PROCEDURES.
    • 1. Historical Perspectives and Important Concepts in Single Subject Research.
    • 2. Methods for Changing Target Behaviors.
    • 3. Methods for Recording Behaviors.
    • 4. Issues in Single Subject Research.
    • 5. Action Research.
    • PART 2: OVERVIEW AND APPLICATION OF SINGLE SUBJECT DESIGNS.
    • 6. Withdrawal Designs.
    • 7. Changing Conditions and Changing Criterion Designs.
    • 8. Multiple Baseline Designs.
    • 9. Alternating Treatments Designs.
    • PART 3: ANALYZING RESULTS FROM SINGLE SUBJECT STUDIES.
    • 10. Methods for Analyzing Data.
  • About the Author
  • This practical textbook provides background knowledge, basic concepts, and an understanding of relevant issues related to applied behavior analysis -- and specifically to single subject research designs. It combines explanation with application, providing you with an overview of the major types of single subject research designs. A summary of the results of applicable studies published in the professional literature follows the overview. Sample studies illustrate the application of principles, and concept checks help you gauge your grasp of the material.
    • Focuses on issues in single subject research, independent/dependent variables, and the four basic single-subject designs and their variations.
    • Focuses on issues in single subject research, independent/dependent variables, and the four basic single-subject designs and their variations.
    • Reviews current research literature and includes "how to" information for students.
    • Reviews current research literature and includes "how to" information for students.
    • Offers a holistic approach to analyzing data that emphasizes visual, quantitative, and qualitative aspects.
    • Offers a holistic approach to analyzing data that emphasizes visual, quantitative, and qualitative aspects.
    • Includes numerous student-friendly features such as reoccurring vignettes, "Check It Out," and "Summary Checklists" that help keep students engaged.
    • Includes numerous student-friendly features such as reoccurring vignettes, "Check It Out," and "Summary Checklists" that help keep students engaged.
    • CEC Standards have been correlated to each chapter.
    • CEC Standards have been correlated to each chapter.
    • Each chapter includes learning objectives, which provide a framework for students as they read and help them understand expected outcomes.
    • Each chapter includes learning objectives, which provide a framework for students as they read and help them understand expected outcomes.
    • PART 1: CONDUCTING SINGLE SUBJECT RESEARCH: ISSUES AND PROCEDURES.
    • 1. Historical Perspectives and Important Concepts in Single Subject Research.
    • 2. Methods for Changing Target Behaviors.
    • 3. Methods for Recording Behaviors.
    • 4. Issues in Single Subject Research.
    • 5. Action Research.
    • PART 2: OVERVIEW AND APPLICATION OF SINGLE SUBJECT DESIGNS.
    • 6. Withdrawal Designs.
    • 7. Changing Conditions and Changing Criterion Designs.
    • 8. Multiple Baseline Designs.
    • 9. Alternating Treatments Designs.
    • PART 3: ANALYZING RESULTS FROM SINGLE SUBJECT STUDIES.
    • 10. Methods for Analyzing Data.
  • Table of Contents
  • This practical textbook provides background knowledge, basic concepts, and an understanding of relevant issues related to applied behavior analysis -- and specifically to single subject research designs. It combines explanation with application, providing you with an overview of the major types of single subject research designs. A summary of the results of applicable studies published in the professional literature follows the overview. Sample studies illustrate the application of principles, and concept checks help you gauge your grasp of the material.
    • Focuses on issues in single subject research, independent/dependent variables, and the four basic single-subject designs and their variations.
    • Focuses on issues in single subject research, independent/dependent variables, and the four basic single-subject designs and their variations.
    • Reviews current research literature and includes "how to" information for students.
    • Reviews current research literature and includes "how to" information for students.
    • Offers a holistic approach to analyzing data that emphasizes visual, quantitative, and qualitative aspects.
    • Offers a holistic approach to analyzing data that emphasizes visual, quantitative, and qualitative aspects.
    • Includes numerous student-friendly features such as reoccurring vignettes, "Check It Out," and "Summary Checklists" that help keep students engaged.
    • Includes numerous student-friendly features such as reoccurring vignettes, "Check It Out," and "Summary Checklists" that help keep students engaged.
    • CEC Standards have been correlated to each chapter.
    • CEC Standards have been correlated to each chapter.
    • Each chapter includes learning objectives, which provide a framework for students as they read and help them understand expected outcomes.
    • Each chapter includes learning objectives, which provide a framework for students as they read and help them understand expected outcomes.
    • PART 1: CONDUCTING SINGLE SUBJECT RESEARCH: ISSUES AND PROCEDURES.
    • 1. Historical Perspectives and Important Concepts in Single Subject Research.
    • 2. Methods for Changing Target Behaviors.
    • 3. Methods for Recording Behaviors.
    • 4. Issues in Single Subject Research.
    • 5. Action Research.
    • PART 2: OVERVIEW AND APPLICATION OF SINGLE SUBJECT DESIGNS.
    • 6. Withdrawal Designs.
    • 7. Changing Conditions and Changing Criterion Designs.
    • 8. Multiple Baseline Designs.
    • 9. Alternating Treatments Designs.
    • PART 3: ANALYZING RESULTS FROM SINGLE SUBJECT STUDIES.
    • 10. Methods for Analyzing Data.
 
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