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Single-Case Single-Baseline Designs
Single-case single-baseline designs
Introduction

Single-baseline designs are a type of single-case research design that can be applied to many areas of research and can evaluate relationships between variables in single or small-n studies using experimental methods. The designs are very flexible and may be applied to different treatments and criteria and can also be evaluated without the need for statistical analysis.

Key Features
  • These designs can be used to investigate the effect of treatments or changing conditions in a single organization or subject.
  • They can be used to compare the effects of multiple treatments.
  • They can highlight subtle changes that can easily be missed in statistical analysis.
  • Causal relationships between variables can be demonstrated through the stringent experimental design employed.
  • Results can be described using graphical means that are well-suited to ...

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