4.4 Example of a Slope Change with NO Level Change

A basic effect can consist only of a slope change, with no level change, as you see here. If our goal was to decrease this behavior, this would be considered a basic effect that, if replicated, could provide evidence that the intervention caused a change in behavior. 

A graph illustrating the level change between baseline and treatment.
A slope change and NO a level change
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