Description - Single-Case Research Methods for the Behavioral and Health Sciences by David L. Morgan
Using an integrated case study approach, the book begins with the underlying logic of single-case (and its relations to applied behaviour analysis) designs, specific design strategies and tactics, data presentation and interpretation, and the general advantages of single-subject research for those working in applied settings - particularly courses in psychology, social work, counseling and therapy, nursing, and related human services and allied health sciences.
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Author Biography - David L. Morgan
David L. Morgan obtained his Ph.D. in experimental psychology, with an emphasis in human operant behavior, from Auburn University in 1988. He is currently a professor in the School of Professional Psychology at Spalding University in Louisville, KY, where he has been teaching since 1990. Dr. Morgan has published research articles in numerous behavioral journals, and has taught research methodology courses at both the undergraduate and graduate level at several institutions, including Spalding University. He is the author of the text, Essentials of Learning and Cognition, published by Waveland Press (2007). Robin K. Morgan obtained her Ph.D. in clinical psychology from Auburn University in 1988. She is currently a professor at Indiana University Southeast in New Albany, IN, where she has been teaching since 1988. Dr. Morgan has worked in both inpatient psychiatric and medical settings as well as outpatient settings, including private practice, with child, adolescent, and adult clients running the gamut of psychological disorders. Dr. Morgan has published articles in several journals, and has been recognized for her excellence in teaching. She is the author of the text, Case Studies in Child and Adolescent Psychopathology, published by Prentice Hall in 1999 and has written and edited several additional books related to college teaching.