Clinical practice as natural laboratory for psychotherapy research: a guide to case-based time-series analysis.

  title={Clinical practice as natural laboratory for psychotherapy research: a guide to case-based time-series analysis.},
  author={Jeffrey Borckardt and Michael R. Nash and Martin D. Murphy and Mark Moore and Darlene L Shaw and Patrick M O'Neil},
  journal={The American psychologist},
  volume={63 2},
Both researchers and practitioners need to know more about how laboratory treatment protocols translate to real-world practice settings and how clinical innovations can be systematically tested and communicated to a skeptical scientific community. The single-case time-series study is well suited to opening a productive discourse between practice and laboratory. The appeal of case-based time-series studies, with multiple observations both before and after treatment, is that they enrich our… CONTINUE READING
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