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Using Single-Case Design and personalized Behavior Change Projects to Teach Research Methods

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Morgan, D. L. (2009). Using single-case design and personalized behavior change projects to teach research methods. Teaching of Psychology, 67(4), 267-269.


In this article, the author outlines a way to teach research methods in an immersion or intense format by using single-case designs and a "personalized behavior project."


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