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Unformatted text preview: serves as both the treatment "group" and the control "group." How the individual behaves under the treatment is compared to how that same individual behaved both before and after the treatment. The “before” and “after” conditions and their resulting behaviors are used to cancel out the effects of the unwanted confounds as potential causes of the resulting behaviors during the treatment condition. Only the difference in the conditions are the likely causes for the difference in the behavior. Given that you have removed confounds as a cause for your obtained results, you now must determine if the results were simply the result of chance or were the result of a true treatment effect....
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- Fall '09
- Psychology, single subject designs