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(p. 61) Single-Case Research Methodology to Inform Evidence-Based Practice 

(p. 61) Single-Case Research Methodology to Inform Evidence-Based Practice
(p. 61) Single-Case Research Methodology to Inform Evidence-Based Practice

David P. Wacker

, Wendy K. Berg

, and Jay W. Harding

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date: 25 October 2020

This chapter first presents a brief overview of single-case designs and thendescribes the use of representative designs with persons diagnosed with developmentaldisabilities. For each design, it provides case examples from bothour existing research and theextant literature. The intent is to show how lawful relations between independent variables (IVs) and dependent variables (DVs) can be evaluated to inform evidence-based practice.

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