Whole interval recording 19 which type of recording

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Whole interval recording
19. Which type of recording is a discontinuous measurement procedure?
20. 1 2 3 4 5 Observe r 1 x X x X Observe r 2 X X X
Calculate IOA based on the interval by Interval Method.
21. What is a primary reason for replicating the findings of a study?
22. Which of the following is an advantage of using percentage data over numbers:
23. Which of the following is true about partial interval data recording?
24. Psychotropic Drug Treatment for People with Autism and Other Developmental Disorders: A primer for practicing Behavior Analysis Abstract:
Many people with developmental disabilities receive medication to improve behavior. This manuscript overviews the psychopharmacology of developmental disabilities and considers how practitioners can assist in improving the quality of the pharmacological treatments that their client receive. Keywords: applied behavior analysis, autism, developmental disabilities, pharmacology, practitioners, and psychotropic drugs: A review article detailing what is known about medications for individuals with ASD and other developmental disabilities. 25. External validity is measured by: The extent to which the results from the study are applicable outside the contexts of the study 26. Experimental designs: Requires systematic manipulation of an independent variable and careful measurement of the dependent variable 27. The primary goal of a single case research design is: To determine whether a casual or functional relationship exists between a researches manipulated independent variables and a meaningful change in the dependent variable 28. Informed consent includes: Informing participants or their guardian about the nature of the research in understandable terms. 28. Informed assent: Includes obtaining consent from minors who are not yet old enough to enter into a contract. 29. Dr. Tingstrom is interested in evaluating the effectiveness of tootling for increasing positive peer reporting in an elementary classroom. He collects data in Mrs. Dobbs’s fourth grade classroom. He hopes to demonstrate the same effects of tootling with the same classroom more
than once in the same study. Specifically, he hopes that behaviors are at similar levels when the intervention is in place compared to when it is withdrawn. This is an example of: Direct intra-subject replication 30. Which of the following statements are true regarding treatment integrity:

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