At the recent Mid-South Regional Conference for Psychology in the Schools, Gini McClurg, pictured, presented on a study that examined a methodological issue with a specific single-subject research design.
The researchers explored methodological issues with the Alternating Treatment Design; specifically threats to internal validity. They determined that an adapted version would address the noted threats to internal validity by including a no-treatment phase.
Other results and implications are outlined in the linked poster. For other information about the study please contact either Gini McClurg (firstname.lastname@example.org) or her faculty advisor, Dr. Chris Skinner (email@example.com) or Dr. MariBeth Coleman (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Here is a link to their poster:
MidSouth Poster – McClurg, V.M., Skinner, C.H., Killion, J.B., & Coleman, M.B. (2018, October). Using adapted alternating treatment designs to determine what works and what works better. Poster presented at the Mid-South Regional Conference for Psychology in the Schools, Huntsville, AL.