3600pp11 - Chapter 11: Quazi-Experimental Designs Single...

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Chapter 11: Quazi-Experimental Designs Single Participant Designs Does an IV affect a single participant?: aka small-n designs Reversal Designs (ABA): Did IV have the intended effect? Reversal Designs A single reversal not very impressive Perhaps unethical Multiple Baseline Designs Avoids withdrawing a treatment Across participants Across behaviors Across situations Across Participants Uses several participants Introduces manipulation at different points Across Behaviors Uses several behaviors Introduces manipulation at different points in time to the different behaviors Across Settings Across Settings Same behavior measured in different settings Manipulation used in both settings at different points in time
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Program Evaluation Needs Assessment Program Theory Assessment Process Evaluation Outcome Evaluation Efficiency Assessment Quazi-Experimental Designs Not true experimental designs Provide experimental-like controls to minimize threats to internal validity
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This note was uploaded on 11/16/2011 for the course PSYCH 3600 taught by Professor Whatley during the Fall '11 term at Valdosta State University .

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3600pp11 - Chapter 11: Quazi-Experimental Designs Single...

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