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Applied Single-Case Design

Applied
Single-Case Design

A
single-case design is applied to illustrate the relationship that exists
between the dependent variable and the independent variable. It is mostly used
in the disciplines of education, psychology, and the human behavior. The
independent variable for a single-case design is the intervention. For instance,
evidence-based interventions are applied in solving of several educational or
psychological problems. Examples of these problems include different behavioral
reactions of children to education or psychological challenges. Evidence-based interventions
(EBIs) are considered effective if they are documented using procedures that
can be revisited in case there is the need to assess the extent of their
effectiveness.  The intervention is
eventually proved to be effective if it is based on evidence that is documented
and can be used for a specific case or child (Cooper et al, 2007).

In
a school environment, it is important to use a group of students who are
responsive to interventions is compared with another group that is not
responsive to the interven

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