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Author Horner, Robert H. ♦ Nforfaun, Vnivmiiy ♦ Carr, Edward G. ♦ Halle, James ♦ Mcgee, Gail ♦ Odom, Samuel ♦ Wolery, Mark
Source CiteSeerX
Content type Text
File Format PDF
Subject Domain (in DDC) Computer science, information & general works ♦ Data processing & computer science
Subject Keyword Single-subject Research ♦ Special Education ♦ Evidence-based Practice ♦ Exceptional Child ♦ Important Role ♦ Credible Example ♦ Ingle-subject Research ♦ Slnglesubject Research ♦ Spe-cific Practice ♦ Basic Principle ♦ Productive History Exists ♦ Single-sub-ject Research ♦ Useful Information Tor Fixceptional Child ♦ Specific Study ♦ Specific Proposal ♦ Scientific Methodology ♦ Evi-dence-based Practice
Abstract ABSTRACT: Slnglesubject research plays an important role in the development of evidence-based practice in special education. The defining features of single-subject research are presented, the con-tributions oj single-subject research for special education are reviewed, and a specific proposal is of-fered for using single-subject research to document evidence-based practice. This article allows readers to determine if a specific study is a credible example of single-subject research and if a spe-cific practice or procedure has been validated as "evidence-based " via single-subject research. ingle-subject research is a rigor-ous, scientific methodology used to define basic principles of behavior and establish evi-dence-based practices. A long and productive history exists in which single-sub-ject research has provided useful information tor fixceptional Children the field of special education (Kennedy, in press;
Educational Role Student ♦ Teacher
Age Range above 22 year
Educational Use Research
Education Level UG and PG ♦ Career/Technical Study
Learning Resource Type Article