Design and Analysis of Single-Case Research

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Subject Index
A
ABA, See Applied behavioral analysis
Abbey schools, 21
Accuracy
defined, 114
treatment integrity, 110
ACF, See Autocorrelation coefficient
Achievement Place model, 101
Actual effectiveness, 102-103
Actual sampling, 73
Adaptive filtering, 194
Affective disorders, rapid cycling, 284, 285
Agreement indices, 57-65
Allport, 38
Alpha rates, 144, 145, 339, 341
Analysis of variance, See ANOVA
Analytic power, 367
Anaximenes, 16, 30
ANCOVA model, 312-313, 324, 363
Angle contamination, 147
ANOVA, 32, 37, 164, 165, 206, 362
Applied behavioral analysis (ABA), 4, 5, 9, 37
interpreting trend lines, 140
reliability, 108
validity and reliability, 142
Approximate randomization test, 167, 168
Arab empire, 21
Arabic numbers, 21
Architect's dividers, 254
ARIMA models, 187-193, 206
cyclicity, 291-294
differencing, 294-296
limitations, 192-193
software, 193, 292, 304
Aristotle, 17, 18-19
causality, 19
logic, 18, 22
science, 18-19
Association indices, 55-57
Audiotapes, data recording, 79
Augustine, Saint, 20
Autism, biological rhythm, 284
Autocorrelation, 9, 141, 162-165
baselines, 237-241
defined, 162
meta-analysis, 268-269
residuals, 164, 172-173
Autocorrelation coefficient (ACF), 162, 190
cyclicity, 291-295
defined, 216
serial dependence, 216-241
Autocorrelograms, 217-220
AUTOREG (software), 185
Autoregression, cyclicity, 291
Autoregressive integrated moving average, See ARIMA models
Autoregressive terms, ARIMA model, 187-188, 291
Average error, 30
Averaging, 70-71
B
Bacon, Francis, 24-25, 26, 33
Bacon, Roger, 22, 33
Baselines, autocorrelation, 237-241
Beck Depression Inventory (BD1), 43, 44
Behavior analysts, 38
Behavior composite, 82, 84

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Preface vii
  • References x
  • Contributors xiii
  • List of Equations xix
  • 1: Introduction 1
  • Introduction 1
  • References 10
  • 2: Historical and Philosophical Foundations of Single-Case Research 13
  • References 39
  • 3: Measurement of Dependent Variables 41
  • References 84
  • APPENDIX: CONSTRUCTING CONFIDENCE INTERVALS FOR ICCS (FROM SHROUT & FLEISS, 1979) 90
  • 4: Treatment Integrity in Single-Subject Research 93
  • 5: Graphical Display and Visual Analysis1 119
  • Introduction 119
  • References 154
  • 6: Statistical Alternatives for Single-Case Designs 159
  • References 208
  • 7: Serial Dependency in Single-Case Time Series 215
  • Introduction 215
  • References 242
  • 8: Meta-Analysis of Single-Case Research 245
  • Introduction 245
  • SUMMARY 273
  • References 273
  • 9: The Potentially Confounding Effects of Cyclicity: Identification, Prevention, and Control 279
  • References 328
  • Appendix 334
  • 10: Power, Sample Size Estimation, and Early Stopping Rules 335
  • Introduction 335
  • SUMMARY 367
  • References 368
  • Author Index 373
  • Subject Index 383
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