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Case Study Paper1Case Study PaperJana JanssonPsychology 255, Section DO7Mr. Erik WiedmanDecember 1, 2014
Case Study Paper2What is a case study?Cozby and Bates (2012) define case study as “an observational method that provides a description of an individual.” Many times a case study only consists of a single person, group or event. A case study typically uses field-related research to generate materials that may be appropriate for either qualitative or quantitative, depending on the method used to gather information. (). What are some reasons for using a case study approach?What are advantages and disadvantages of this approach?Some advantages of this approach would be a case study allows for a good amount of detail to becollected. The amount of information that is collected may not be seen in other types of research. A case study is usually conducted on rare cases. This approach can identify the history, behavior characteristics or how the individual may respond to the treatment.