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One-Group Pretest–Posttest Design

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A one-group pretest–posttest design is a type of research design that is most often utilized by behavioral researchers to determine the effect of a treatment or intervention on a given sample. This research design is characterized by two features. The first feature is the use of a single group of participants (i.e., a one-group design). This feature denotes that all participants are part of a single condition—meaning all participants are given the same treatments and assessments. The second feature is a linear ordering that requires the assessment of a dependent variable before and after a treatment is implemented (i.e., a pretest–posttest design). Within pretest–posttest research designs, the effect of a treatment is determined by calculating the difference between the first assessment of the ...

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