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We must take IOA data to determine the reliability of our measures of the ____ ____

Dependent variable

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In addition to assessing agreement re: D.V.s, we also need to assess the reliability of ____ ____

Independent variables

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If an I.V. doesn't affect the D.V. in the expected way, it could be because:

(2 answers)

1) The I.V. Wasn't effective

2) The I.V. wasn't implemented correctly

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If the I.V. wasn't implemented correctly, there is a problem with ____ ____

Treatment integrity

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Treatment integrity:

The degree to which the I.V. was implemented as planned

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Treatment integrity is also referred to as...

(2 answers)

Procedural integrity
or
Manipulation check

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Treatment Integrity (TI) is usually determined by

Devising some type of measure to demonstrate I.V. was implemented correctly

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TI Measurement options: Measures of ____ compared to ____ to implement

Implementation; opportunities

E.g. Number of times reinforcement occurred compared to number of times the behaviour occurred

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TI Measurement options: Permanent products

Determining whether a behaviour occurred by checking the products of behaviour (e.g. If a student has completed homework, check homework)

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TI Measurement options: Checklist of I.V. task analysis

Make a list of each step of the behaviour and check whether implementation of I.V. was consistent throughout each step

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In group designs we use ____ to assess the I.V.s effects on the D.V.

Statistics

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In single subject designs we usually use ____ ____ of the data to assess the I.V.s effects on the D.V.

Visual inspection (although stats can also be used)

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What does visual inspection involve?

Examining graphed data to determine whether I.V. seemed to change the D.V.

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What are the three basic dimension to be inspected on a graph?

1) Magnitude (changes in the level)

2) Trend (changes in direction data are headed)

3) variability (changes in the stability if the data)

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What is interobserver agreement (IOR)?

When two people can observe the same behaviour and both record that behaviour happened

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Interobserver reliability checks should be conducted ____% of the time to ensure data collection is reliable

30%

An additional observer should be present for at least 30% of procedures