The Functioning of Single-Case Randomization Tests with and without Random Assignment.

@inproceedings{Ferron2003TheFO,
  title={The Functioning of Single-Case Randomization Tests with and without Random Assignment.},
  author={John Ferron and Lynn Foster-Johnson and Jeffrey D. Kromrey},
  year={2003}
}
The authors used Monte Carlo methods to examine the Type I error rates for randomization tests applied to single-case data arising from ABAB designs involving random, systematic, or response-guided assignment of interventions. Six randomization tests were examined (permuting blocks of 1, 2, 3, or 5 observations, and randomly selecting intervention triplets so that each phase has at least 3 or 5 observations). When the design included randomization, the Type I error rate was controlled. When the… CONTINUE READING

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