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Single-Case Design and Methodology

Course announcement, SPLED 505, Frank Rusch

This is an advanced graduate course that introduces students to single-case research design and methodology. This course is designed to provide the student with all the necessary tools needed to formulate questions that require repeated measures observation and analysis, including the use of visual and statistical methods. Intra-subject experimental designs are discussed with particular attention paid to repeated measures analysis of trends and level effect size changes, as well as supportive topics (e.g., observing and recording behavior, observer training and agreement, social validation).

SPLED 505 Section: 001
Schedule Number:384289

Prerequisites: Graduate student

Offered: 1/11/2010-4/30/2010
Tuesday 4:40-7:20pm
Credits: Three
Instructor: Dr. Frank Rusch

Contact the course instructor, Professor Rusch, at with questions.