Characterizing optimal intervention intensity: the relationship between dosage and effect size in interventions for children with developmental speech and language difficulties.

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Although Warren, Fey and Yoder (2007) have described the key components of "dosage", one needs to go beyond description if one is to understand "optimal" dosage, specifically one needs to relate the characteristics of the intervention to the size of the intervention effect. This study examines the association between dose, intensity, and effect size in 20… (More)
DOI: 10.3109/17549507.2012.720281

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@article{Zeng2012CharacterizingOI, title={Characterizing optimal intervention intensity: the relationship between dosage and effect size in interventions for children with developmental speech and language difficulties.}, author={Biao Zeng and James Law and Geoff Lindsay}, journal={International journal of speech-language pathology}, year={2012}, volume={14 5}, pages={471-7} }