Single-case design data from a study that using partial interval recording (PIR) examining the impact of choice-making in a homework tutoring context on disruptive behavior. In this data "No Choice" is the baseline phase. Data were extracted from the figure in the publication.
A data frame with 80 observations on 7 variables
Case The participant for whom the observation took place
Phase The level of the observation ("Choice" vs. "No Choice")
Session The observation session # for each participant
outcome The summary PIR measurement for the observation session
active_length The length of the active observation interval, in seconds
rest_length The length of the recording interval, in seconds
intervals The total number of intervals in the observation session
A data frame with 53940 rows and 10 variables
Moes, D. R. (1998). Integrating choice-making opportunities within teacher-assigned academic tasks to facilitate the performance of children with autism. Research and Practice for Persons with Severe Disabilities, 23 (4), 319-328.
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