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Determining the Efficacy of Intervention: The Use of Effect Sizes for Data Analysis in Single-Subject Research
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Journal of Experimental Education Volume 65, Number 1, ISSN 0022-0973

Abstract

Presents use of the effect size as a descriptive statistic for single-subject research. Discusses the way in which effect sizes augment interpretation of results, and reviews four types of treatment effects with case studies. An appendix includes a sample computer program for computing effect sizes. (SLD)

Citation

Kromrey, J.D. & Foster-Johnson, L. (1996). Determining the Efficacy of Intervention: The Use of Effect Sizes for Data Analysis in Single-Subject Research. Journal of Experimental Education, 65(1), 73-93. Retrieved January 27, 2020 from .

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