Using generalized additive (mixed) models to analyze single case designs.

  title={Using generalized additive (mixed) models to analyze single case designs.},
  author={William R. Shadish and Alain F. Zuur and Kristynn J Sullivan},
  journal={Journal of school psychology},
  volume={52 2},
This article shows how to apply generalized additive models and generalized additive mixed models to single-case design data. These models excel at detecting the functional form between two variables (often called trend), that is, whether trend exists, and if it does, what its shape is (e.g., linear and nonlinear). In many respects, however, these models are also an ideal vehicle for analyzing single-case designs because they can consider level, trend, variability, overlap, immediacy of effect… CONTINUE READING
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