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Coding Procedures (Data Extraction). 6.0. Purpose Identify characteristics that may provide an objective explanation of intervention effects. Provide the reader with a transparent standard of the extracted data. A. Publication Source Journal 2. Dissertation 3.Thesis

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coding procedures data extraction
Coding Procedures (Data Extraction)

6.0

Purpose

  • Identify characteristics that may provide an objective explanation of intervention effects.
  • Provide the reader with a transparent standard of the extracted data
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A. Publication Source
  • Journal 2. Dissertation 3.Thesis

4. Unpublished Paper 5. Book 6. Other: ________

B. Subject Characteristics (page(s): ____________)

Group Pretest Posttest Attrition Age Grade(s)

(n) (n) (n) (n) (n) (n) Tx: ______ _____ ______ ______ ______ _____

Cp: ______ _____ ______ ______ ______ _____

Co: ______ _____ ______ ______ ______ _____

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C. Socioeconomic Status (page(s):___________

  • Low 2. Middle 3. Upper
  • 4. Low-Middle 5. Middle Upper 6. Labeled Mixed
  • Unclear 8. ___________ 9. NR
  • Comments:__________________________________
slide4

D. Sample Source (page(s)_________)

  • Public School
  • 2. Secular Private School
  • 3. Religious Private School
  • 4. Other:_________________
  • 5. NR
  • Comments
slide5

E. Study Setting (page(s) ______)

  • Urban 2. Suburban 3. Rural
  • Geographic Setting: ______________________
  • Comments:
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F. Author’s Labeling of Participants’ Achievement Levels (page _____)

  • Average Achieving 2. High Achieving 3. Underachieving
  • 4. At-Risk 5. Unclear
  • 6. Other:___________________ 7. NR
  • G. Race/Ethnicity (page ______)
  • African American 2. American Indian 3. Asian
  • 4. Hispanic/Latino 5. White
  • 6. Other: ____________________ 7. NR
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H. Intervention Characteristics

  • Type of intervention (page __________________)
  • Total length of intervention program: __________ or NR

(page _____)

  • Length of time PER intervention session:________ or NR

(page _____)

  • Number of sessions: ________ per ________ or NR

(page _____)

  • Describe the intervention(s) intended for delivery to the

study groups including how and when it was administered.

______________________________________________

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Fidelity of implementation data reported? (page(s)______)

  • 0=No 1=Yes
  • If yes, describe the intervention(s) intended for delivery to the study groups including how and when it was administered:
  • ________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
  • 7. Intervention implemented as described? (page(s) _____)
  • 1=No 2=Yes 3= Somewhat 9=NR
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J. Design Characteristics

  • Recruitment Pool (page_____)
  • Referral 2. Criterion 3. Norm Reference Test
  • 4. Existing Group 5. Cohort 6. Volunteer
  • Other ___________________ 9. NR
  • Research Design Type (pg____)
  • Randomized Design
  • Group (Cluster, Place-based) Randomized Design
  • Quasi-Experiment: Interrupted Time Series Design*
  • Quasi-Experiment: Regression Discontinuity*
  • Quasi-Experiment: Nonequivalent Comparison Group Design*
  • Pre-Experimental: Single Group Pre/Posttest Design*
  • Single Subject Design*
  • Other Designs: _____________________________________
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K. Assignment Procedures

  • Subject Assignment (page(s) _____)
    • Individual Random
    • Group Random
    • Individual Match Random
    • Quasi-random
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Was concealment of allocation used as part of the

  • randomization procedures?
  • 1=no 2= yes 3=NR
  • a. If yes, were the allocation procedures concealed from
  • any of the following people?
    • Researcher (pg _____)
    • 2. Participant (pg _____)
    • 3. Intervener (pg _____)
    • 4. Assessor (pg _____)
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L. Quasi-Experimental Assignment Procedures

  • (If applicable, otherwise skip to section M)
  • 1. Was any of the following research design techniques used to equate groups prior to the intervention?
  • a. Matching on pretest proxy (pg _____)
  • b. Matching on a pretest (pg _____)
  • c. Matching on other variables (pg _____)
  • d. No Matching (pg _____)
  • 2. Was statistical equating used prior to the intervention? 1=no 2=yes 3=NR
  • Comments:________________________________________
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M. Effect Size Characteristics

  • Comparisons: Group 1: _________vs. Group 2:_________
  • Outcomes __________ __________ ___________
  • Groups __1__ _2_ __1__ __2__ __1_ __2__
  • Mean _____ _____ _____ _____ ____ _____
  • SD _____ _____ _____ _____ ____ _____
  • N at Posttest _____ _____ _____ _____ ____ _____
  • F value _____ _____ _____ _____ _____ ____
  • Chi-square _____ __ ___ _____ _____ _____ ____
  • p value _____ _____ _____ _____ _____ _____
  • t value _____ _____ _____ _____ _____ _____
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Method of Analysis (pg _____)

a. Intention to Treat:

b. Treated Participants Only

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