1.19 Replication in Single-Subject Research

This graph shows what a true experimental design might look like. You can see that after the first treatment phase, baseline was implemented again, followed by another treatment phase. This replication is necessary to demonstrate that the intervention–and not some other variable–caused the change in behavior.

A graph showing the Single-Subject Research progression of a patient's treatment.


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

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