2.25 Example of Detecting a Change in Level with Increased Variability

Now the data are going to get even more variable, but the process for identifying a level change is the same: imagine the level bands for each phase and compare them. Let’s look at some graphs that show the number of times a boy pulls his sister’s hair. We want to decrease this behavior. Here is the band showing the level of the baseline phase. 

A graph demonstrating the detected change in treatment levels for a man and a woman, with increased variability.
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