[PAST EVENT] Single Case Research Design: What is it and why should you use it?
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Join us for the final Faculty Research Brown Bag of the year with Professors Heartley Huber, Ryan McGill and Elizabeth Talbott presenting on single case research design.
Researchers use single-case designs (SCD) to study the effectiveness of interventions for individual people, families, classes, schools, etc. These flexible designs allow researchers to draw scientifically valid conclusions about the effectiveness of treatment and have advantages over other approaches, including case studies and randomized controlled trials. Professors Heartley Huber, Ryan McGill, and Elizabeth Talbott provide an introduction to SCD along with examples of its application in counseling, school psychology, special education, and K-12 education.
Heartley Huber is assistant professor of special education, Ryan McGill is associate professor and chair of school psychology and counselor education, and Elizabeth Talbott is professor and associate dean for research.
The School of Education's Faculty Research Brown Bag Series highlights the research of faculty through monthly webinars. Browse past topics and watch recordings of previous talks.
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