Brief Report: An Extension of the Sequential Alternating Treatment Design Using Reversals with Subjects Not Available Concurrently
This brief report proposes an extension of the traditional Alternating Treatments Design that would be acceptable to use in hospital and residential settings where subjects are often not concurrently available. Concerns about the inability of traditional designs to work in these special situations and the emergence of a “scientist–practitioner split” are discussed. An example of how the Extended Alternating Treatments Design might be used is provided.
Behavioral Residential Treatment
Houlihan, D., Jones, R.N., Sloane, H.N., & Cook, J. (1992). Brief Report: An Extension of the Sequential Alternating Treatment Design Using Reversals with Subjects Not Available Concurrently. Behavioral Residential Treatment, 7(1), 71-77. doi. 10.1002/bin.2360070108
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Copyright © 1992 John Wiley & Sons. Article published by John Wiley & Sons in Behavioral Residential Treatment, volume 7, issue number 1, January 1992, pages 71-77. Available online on April 18, 2006: http://dx.doi.org/10.1002/bin.2360070108