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Single subject research methods in rehabilitation



Single subject research methods in rehabilitation



Work 26(1): 85-92



The article describes single-subject research designs as an efficient and cost-effective way to assess the impact of targeted interventions on individual behavior. The authors overview the basic tenets of single-subject research, provide examples of several types of single-subject designs, and describe the utility of single-subject designs in rehabilitation research.

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