Data from a multiple baseline design conducted by Wright and McCathren (2012), which evaluated the effects of two types of social story interventions (a basic social story and a modified social story) on the behavior of four children with autism. Both dependent variables were measured using frequency counting for 10 minute observation sessions. The variables are as follows:
Participant Participant identifier.
Session Session number.
Condition Phase of the design (baseline, intervention A, or intervention B.
Problem_behavior Outcome scores.
A data frame with 97 rows and 5 variables
Wright, L. A., & McCathren, R. B. (2012). Utilizing social stories to increase prosocial behavior and reduce problem behavior in young children with autism. Child Development Research, 2012, 1-13. doi:10.1155/2012/357291
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