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Week 3 Notes

by: Ashley Prenatt

Week 3 Notes MUS 2810

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These notes cover Single Case, Reversal and Multiple Baseline Design.
Observation Evaluation and Research in Music Therapy
Kamile Geist
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Music, Therapy, research methods
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Date Created: 09/13/16
Single­Case Design =8&ved=0ahUKEwj4zbPF7P_OAhXHMSYKHRDZC_oQjRwIBw&url=http%3A%2F%2F­Subject­Design­Examples% 2F&psig=AFQjCNHwgAUNQm0ESnI­9KqIZsCrJz4r­Q&ust=1473426745038364    Graph Example^  ­bottom is sessions (dates)  ­left hand side is percentage/amount of time: example, bottom starts at 0 mins,  goes up to 20 mins  ­measuring attention; looking at the therapist  Reversal  ­ABAB   ­A phase is business as usual phase   ­B phase is intervention  ­in single case design, there must be observable improvement ​at least 3 times  ­taking the intervention away; minimum number of sessions per period is usually  5. Once things start leveling out, take it away  ­in this example, A is very low attention, B brings very improved attention, A goes  down a little but not down to the original A, and the next B shoots up attention  even higher than the first time.  ­in this example, the student is acting as their own control group    Multiple Baseline Design    (ABAB is not Multiple Baseline ­ don’t get confused on test)    ­See graph in notebook  ­Single case design is not generalizable, it only applies to a single person you  are working with   ­Even though it cannot be generalized in the research world, in the clinical world,  a successful intervention with a single person can be a starting point for further  study with a similar individual or group of individuals in a population  ­Must be able to explain why your study is evidence to those you want financial  help from  ­a way to make the best of working with a small group, not having access to a  bigger group  ­best way of analyzing charts is visually   ­Feasibility studies: looking at how well something works  ­Pilots: trying out an intervention    ­reliability of a study, dependent on reputation. Example, JMT is reputable, can most  likely be trusted but can still be question, on the other hand the New York Times may  not be, should look at research articles that they quote                 


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