How are the single-subject methods unique to experimental research?

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Think of a problem behavior that you might want to improve upon in one of your future clients, and devise a single-subject design to study the effectiveness of your new intervention ( How to stop nail biting)

Which single-subject approach would you use one of  (baseline, discrete trials, dynamic), and why?

Dec 20th, 2015

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There should be a baseline approach of trying to harness the troubles of anxiety. Since the strategy requires that the defendant be examined with no intervention, this  ill provide some answers as to how to negate the reactions that trigger panic. For example, the baseline would give a patient going through test anxiety prior to taking a test, their reactoins. Sweating, shivering, and mental breakdown can be helped with encouraging words, other activities, and ways to prepare the patient better before an exam. 

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Dec 20th, 2015

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