Data from a study by Schmidt (2007). The variables are as follows:
Behavior_type
. Outcome measure description (disruptive behavior or on task behavior).
Procedure
. The observation recording procedure used to measure the outcome.
Metric
. The metric in which the outcome measurement is expressed ("count" for natural counts; "percentage" for percentage of intervals)
Session_length
. Length (in minutes) of the observation sessions
Interval_length
. If an interval method was used, the length of the intervals (in seconds); NA
otherwise.
Case_Pseudonym
. Case Pseudonym provided by the authors.
Session_number
. Within-series session-number.
Phase
. Label for each unique phase (e.g., A1 is the first baseline phase, B2 is the second treatment phase).
Condition
. Label indicating whether the outcome is in the baseline (A) or treatment (B) phase.
Outcome
. Outcome measurement.
Phase_num
. Indicator for each pair of baseline and treatment phases.
direction
. Direction of therapeutic improvement for the outcome.
n_Intervals
. If an interval method was used, the total number of intervals; NA
otherwise.
A data frame with 172 rows and 13 variables
Schmidt, A. C. (2007). The effects of a group contingency on group and individual behavior in an urban first-grade classroom. Masters Thesis, University of Kansas, Department of Applied Behavioral Sciences. ProQuest Dissertations & Theses Global, thesis number 1443719.
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