Single-subject experimental designs in communicative disorders

by Leija V. McReynolds

Publisher: University Park Press in Baltimore

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StatementLeija V. McReynolds and Kevin P. Kearns.
ContributionsKearns, Kevin P.
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LC ClassificationsRC423 .M37 1983
The Physical Object
Paginationix, 253 p. :
Number of Pages253
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Open LibraryOL3488812M
ISBN 100839117140
LC Control Number82008501

Use of single case study research in child speech, language and communication interventions Article (PDF Available) in Child Language Teaching and Therapy 28(3) . Fisher, although most often associated with multiple subject designs, first introduced a single subject experimental paradigm in 1 Since the introduction, the single subject design has been commonly used within the social and educational sciences. 6 This design has recently been used as a means of investigation in medicine involving such. Although single-subject experiments (also sometimes referred to as N=1 studies) are often confused with experimental and quasi-experimental designs by beginning scholars, they have several important distinguishing factors, the most obvious of which is the lack of a control group. Instead of utilizing a control group to create the hypothetical counterfactual, single-subject experimental. complete single-subject projects in their clinical practicum placements to the communication disorders faculty at Governors State. The faculty agreed that students should be actively involved with the development of the single-subject project as a component of the practicum experience, and we held an open meeting with students in April

Teaching Interests include: Adult neurogenic disorders including aphasia, traumatic brain injury, and right hemisphere disorders, and single- subject experimental designs. The Academy of Neurological Communication Disorders and Sciences (ANCDS) presented its Honors of the Association Award to Kearns. Table of contents for Understanding research and evidence-based practice in communication disorders: a primer for students and practitioners / William O. Haynes, Carole E. Johnson. Bibliographic record and links to related information available from the Library of Congress catalog. The effects of an educational assistant instructional program on the communicative turns of children who use augmentative and alternative communication during book reading activities. Unpublished doctoral dissertation, Pennsylvania State University, University Park. What Is Single-Subject Research? Single-subject research is a type of quantitative research that involves studying in detail the behavior of each of a small number of that the term single-subject does not mean that only one participant is studied; it is more typical for there to be somewhere between two and 10 participants.. (This is why single-subject research designs are.

Clinical Research in Communicative Disorders: Principles and Strategies–Third Edition includes all major group and single-subject designs and offers a comparative evaluation of different experimental design . Single-subject research plays an important role in the development of evidence-based practice in special education. The defining features of single-subject research are presented, the contributions of single-subject research for special education are reviewed, and a specific proposal is offered for using single-subject research to document evidence-based practice. Ralf Schlosser, Northeastern University, talks about the role and importance of single-subject experimental designs in communication sciences and disorders research. Category Nonprofits & Activism. McReynolds, Leija and Kearns Kevin. Single-Subject Experimental Designs in Communicative Disorders Baltimore, Maryland: University Park Press, Millard, Sharon K. “The Value of Single-Case Research.” International Journal of Language and Communication Disorders Vol. 33, Supplement (): Newcombe, R.G.

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Book by McReynolds, Leija V Single-subject experimental designs in communicative disorders: Leija V McReynolds: : Books Skip to main content. Single-subject experimental designs in communicative disorders. Baltimore: University Park Press, © (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Leija V McReynolds; Kevin P Kearns.

Purpose Single-subject experimental designs (SSEDs) represent an important tool in the development and implementation of evidence-based practice in communication sciences and disorders.

The purpose of this article is to review the strategies and tactics of SSEDs and their application in speech-language pathology by: Get this from a library. Single-subject experimental designs in communicative disorders.

[Leija V McReynolds; Kevin P Kearns]. Single-subject experimental designs – also referred to as within-subject or single case experimental designs – are among the most prevalent designs used in CSD treatment research.

These designs provide a framework for a quantitative, scientifically rigorous approach where each participant provides his or her own experimental control. Application of Single Subject Randomization Designs to Communicative Disorders Research. Although Skinner was conducting single-subject experiments in the s, books on single- subject Single-subject experimental designs in communicative disorders book methodology, aside from Sidman's () book, began to emerge only within the past 20 years.

Randomized single-subject experimental designs RANDOMIZED DESIGNS: FIXED SAMPLE SIZES Frequent intervention and withdrawal Many of the.

This paper discusses the use of single subject controlled experimental designs for investigating the effects of treatment for aphasia. A brief historical perspective is presented, followed by discussions of the advantages and disadvantages of single subject and group approaches, the basic requirements of single subject experimental research, and crucial considerations in design selection.

He has co-authored three textbooks, "Mental Retardation: Historical perspectives, current practices, and future directions" (); "Single subject research and design: Applications in educational and clinical settings" () and "Exceptional children: Integrating research and teaching" (); in addition to journal articles on a variety of.

Single-subject experimental designs (SSEDs) represent an important tool in the development and implementation of evidence-based practice in communication sciences and disorders. The purpose of this article is to review the strategies and tactics of SSEDs and their application in speech-language pathology research.

Single-subject designs require the same attention to logical design and control as other experimental designs, based on a research hypothesis that indicates the expected relationship between an independent and dependent variable and specific operational definitions that address reliability and validity.

The independent variable is the intervention. Author(s): McReynolds,Leija V; Kearns,Kevin P Title(s): Single-subject experimental designs in communicative disorders/ Leija V. McReynolds and Kevin P. Kearns. Country of Publication: United States Publisher: Baltimore: University Park Press, c Books Advanced Search New Releases Best Sellers & More Children's Books Textbooks Textbook Rentals Sell Us Your Books Best Books of the Month of over 2, results for Books: Education & Teaching: Schools & Teaching: Special Education: Communicative Disorders.

Single-subject experimental design as described above 2. Behavioral fluency intervention 3. Outcome measures related to stuttered speech (e.g., stuttered words, syllables) 4. Participants who stuttered of any age Information Retrieval Six electronic databases were selected and systematically searched for relevant literature for this review.

Roles of Single-Subject Experimental Designs in EBP Times. Ralf W. Schlosser, PhD Howard Goldstein, PhD comparison of signing and communication books.

Journal of The Association for Persons with Severe Handicaps, 14, Single-subject experimental designs in communication disorders. Baltimore: University Park Press. Using Single-Case Research Designs in Communication Science. Robert H. Horner; and ; Kent McIntosh. The Role of Single-Subject Experimental Designs in Evidence-Based Practice Times Ralf W.

Schlosser, PhD, Department of Speech-Language, Pathology and Audiology, Northeastern University The concept of evidence-based practice (EBP) is omnipresent in medicine and allied health care and is gradually gaining a foothold in rehabilitation and.

amining different kinds of variables are explored. Chapter 3 discusses research design in communicative disorders and examines some basic principles of many group and single-subject designs commonly encountered in the research literature.

Measurement issues in communicative disorders are the topic of Chapter 4. Measurement is defined, different. Other Editions of Clinical Research in Communicative Disorders: Principles and Strategies Clinical Research in Communication Disorders: Principles and Strategies - 4th edition Clinical Research in Communicative Disorders: Principles and Strategies - 2nd edition.

Single subject research designs are “weak when it comes to external s involving single-subject designs that show a particular treatment to be effective in changing behavior must rely on replication–across individuals rather than groups–if such results are be found worthy of generalization” (Fraenkel & Wallen,p.

Rvachew, S. ‘Application of single subject randomization designs to communicative disorders research’, Human Communication Canada (now Canadian Journal of Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology), [open access] Rvachew, S.

The purpose of this book is to provide a comprehensive sourcebook on single case experimental designs with practical guidelines for their use in a range of research and clinical settings.

It is suitable for use as a textbook for a course on research methodology or clinical assessment and treatment, or as a desk reference for seasoned. Covering both the conceptual and the quantitative aspects of research methods, evidence-based practice, experimental design, and statistics, this book both elucidates various models of research and practice and explains how these models are important to the greater field of communication science.

Chapter 4: Single Subject Design You are here: AllPsych > Research Methods > Chapter 4: Single Subject Design Single subject designs are thought to be a direct result of the research of B.F.

Skinner who applied the techniques of operant conditioning to subjects and. Find out how to use evidence to improve your practice. Thoroughly covering the full range of rehabilitation research with a clear, easy-to-understand approach, Rehabilitation Research: Principles and Applications, 5th Edition will help you analyze and apply research to practice.

It examines traditional experimental designs as well as nonexperimental and emerging approaches, including Reviews: 1. Single-subject designs – Also known as single-case experimental designs, this type of experimental design allows researchers to closely examine specific changes in each participant.

Each participant serves as their own control (i.e., compared to themselves) and researchers measure the outcome or dependent variable repeatedly across phases (e.

Written for advanced undergraduate- and graduate-level courses in Single Case or Single Subject Research Designs, and Research Methods in Educational and Community Settings. A practical nuts-and-bolts how-to guide to carrying out single case research designs, this new textbook is focused squarely on single case research in educational and.

Purpose: Single-subject experimental designs (SSEDs) represent an important tool in the development and implementation of evidence-based practice in communication sciences and disorders. communication sciences and disorders Download communication sciences and disorders or read online books in PDF, EPUB, Tuebl, and Mobi Format.

Click Download or Read Online button to get communication sciences and disorders book now. This site is like a library, Use search box in the widget to get ebook that you want. In the words of Good (): "Single-subject experimental design is a rigorous technique for evaluation that can typically stand alone in assessing program effectiveness" (p.

35). Cause-and-effect relationships in single-case experimental research can be increased through treatments and replications (Birnbrauer et al., ). Journal of Speech and Hearing Disorders, VolAugust FLEXIBILITY OF SINGLE-SUBJECT EXPERIMENTAL DESIGNS.

PART I: REVIEW OF THE BASICS OF SINGLE-SUBJECT DESIGNS.single-subject experimental design An experimental design involving the manipulation of an independent (treatment) variable across a pre-intervention baseline phase, an intervention phase, and commonly a post-intervention phase, thus offering repeated measures of the outcome over time and providing data regarding the effects of the introduction, continuation, alteration and withdrawal of treatment.The big difference between our work and Brumbach et al.

is that we tested our hypothesis using a single subject block randomization design, as described in our recent tutorial in Journal of Communication Disorders. The design was set up so that each of .