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Evidence-Based Interventions

  • By: Karen C. Stoiber, Gretchen Lewis-Snyder & Michelle A. Miller
  • In: Encyclopedia of School Psychology
  • Edited by: Steven W. Lee
  • Subject:School/Educational Psychology (general), School Psychology, Educational Psychology

The term evidence-based is often in the educational and psychological literature as the level of evidence that supports the efficacy, generality, and use of a practice as indicated by research. The more specific term evidence-based interventions (EBIs) refers to intervention or treatment approaches that are supported by sufficient scientific or research evidence. In determining the evidence base of a prevention or intervention approach or program, consideration is given to the level, degree, and/or type of research supporting the conclusion that a prevention/intervention/ treatment is effective. An evaluation of the evidence base to support an intervention requires examining whether reliable and valid methods were applied in documenting the effectiveness of prevention and intervention programs. In addition, consideration is given to critical aspects of the intervention, including ...

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