Single Subject Research Design in a School System. Sandra Rogers, Ph.D., OTR School of Occupational Therapy Pacific University. Objectives. Review single-subject research design (SSRD) Highlight clinical utility of SSRD and provide examples of use in pediatrics
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Single Subject Research Design in a School System
Sandra Rogers, Ph.D., OTR
School of Occupational Therapy
Systematic data collection in the natural setting.
Independent variable (treatment) is identified and operationally defined
Dependent measure (outcome) is identified and operationally defined
Demographic information collected
Design selection determines how variables will be manipulated
Data must be accurately & reliably collected
Data must be appropriately analyzed
Make comparisons between treatment and no treatment
Required to observe the trend in data and evaluate the variability