Course Code: REL-ABA-0-ADVWEB4
Type: Online Course
Content Expiration Date: 12/31/2021
Identify key features of basic single subject research designs.
Describe the rationale for using single subject research designs in clinical practice.
Select appropriate single subject research designs for studying the issues they encounter in their clinical ABA practice.
Develop reliable and valid data collection systems to measure the independent and dependent variables in a clinical context.
Analyze single subject research designs for evidence of a functional relation between the independent and dependent variables.
Identify practical and ethical considerations for conducting research in clinical practice settings.
Introduction Are These Responsibilities So Different? Single-Subject Research Designs (SSRD) Why Use SSRDs in Clinical Practice? Preliminary Considerations for Research in the Clinical Context Basic Steps in Conducting a SSRD Study Developing a Research Question Measuring the Dependent Variable Defining the Procedures Measuring Procedural Fidelity Selecting a Research Design ABAB Design Multiple Baseline Design Alternating Treatments Design Data Analysis in SSRD Ethical Considerations Conclusion
Katie Wolfe, PhD BCBA-D
Dr. Katie Wolfe is an assistant professor of Special Education in the Department of Educational Studies at the University of South Carolina, where she teaches coursework in applied behavior analysis and early childhood special education. She received her PhD in Disability Disciplines (Specialization: Applied Behavior Analysis) from Utah State University in 2013 and is a BCBA-D with over 13 years of experience working with individuals with ASD and their families. Katie conducts methodological research on the visual and statistical analysis of single-subject data, evaluating training methods and studying the variables that influence agreement among visual analysts.
Disclosure: Katie Wolfe, PhD BCBA-D has declared that no conflict of interest, Relevant Financial Relationship or Relevant Non-Financial Relationship exists.
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