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Category: Research Design and Method

Single-Subject Experimental Design: An Overview

Single-subject experimental designs – also referred to as within-subject or single case experimental designs – are among the most prevalent designs used in CSD treatment research. These designs provide a framework for a quantitative, scientifically rigorous approach where each participant

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Experience Sampling Method

Experience sampling refers to a set of data collection methods for gathering systematic self-reports of behaviors, emotions, or experiences as they occur in the individual’s natural environment. These procedures may also be labeled as event sampling, real-time data capture, ambulatory

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Monitoring and Reporting Treatment Fidelity

Video: Monitoring and Reporting Treatment Fidelity Treatment fidelity means assuring that the treatment in a research study is conducted consistently and reliably. That is very important is because the outcomes of treatment research ends up affecting patient care and the

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Setting Up a Participant Recruitment Database

While developing a recruitment database requires an initial investment of time and resources, it can save time in the long term by providing a more efficient system for identifying leads, managing follow up communications, and generating reports for analyzing recruitment

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Creating Good Participant Recruitment Materials

The ability to recruit an adequate number of participants can be an important factor in a study’s success, helping to ensure that the work can be completed within planned budgets and timelines, and with sufficient statistical power. While every study

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Planning for a Participant Recruitment Phase

Investigators often underestimate the time and effort required for recruiting a sufficient number of participants, or don’t fully consider the impacts of inclusion/exclusion criteria when making study population and enrollment estimates. A few suggestions for improving study recruitment include seeking

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Treatment Fidelity in Single-Subject Designs

Treatment fidelity, also called procedural integrity or treatment integrity, refers to the methodological strategies used to evaluate the extent to which an intervention is being implemented as intended. Maintaining high treatment fidelity helps ensure that changes observed during a study

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