2.14 Example #1: Comparing Level Between Conditions

Let’s look at an example. You are testing an intervention to decrease the number of tantrums a preschooler has during a four-hour school day. First, we’ll estimate the level of tantrums in baseline. The level is around 15. Then, we’ll estimate the level of tantrums in treatment. The level is around 9. That’s definitely a change. 

A little girl is sitting on the floor, crying and displaying visible distress.
A graph comparing the level difference between baseline and treatment.
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