"Visual Analysis and Graphical Displays in Single Case Research": April 27 Research to Practice SIG Webinar

April 1, 2016

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Single-case experimental designs have been and continue to be instrumental for determining the effectiveness of interventions in special education research (Gast & Ledford, 2014; Horner et al., 2005) including within early intervention/early childhood special education (EI/ECSE; Barton et al., 2016). Single case research might be particularly well suited to determining the effectiveness of interventions given the dynamic nature of the methodology. The preferred method for data evaluation in SCR is visual analysis (Johnston & Pennypacker, 2009) from graphical displays. However, recent research indicated there are inconsistencies in the reported conduct of visual analysis and the graphical display of data. During this webinar, the presenter will describe a systematic process for conducting visual analyses across frequently used SCR designs, identify data characteristics to be examined through visual inspection, and offer guidelines for the graphical display of data. 

Presented by: Erin E. Barton, PhD, BCBA-D 
Eligible for Type 2 BCBA, 1 credit

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