Need psychology help with Single-Subject Methods

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

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 (nail biting)

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


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School: University of Maryland

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For suicidal victims, the habit of hurting themselves can tackled through applying the dynamic single subject approach. This would mean that the changes in the behavior of the patient must be considered in order to find ways to help to make decisions that will induce happiness. The independent variable which is the dynamic changes in the behavior will provide the dependant variables, or the methods to stop the change from a positive mood to a negative mood.

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