1.18 Importance of Replication

Experimental, single-subject designs include opportunities to replicate a change in behavior. In other words, we repeat the phases or conditions two or more times to demonstrate that, whenever we change conditions, the behavior changes reliably.


Single-subject research designs require REPLICATION to demonstrate that an intervention caused a change in behavior.

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