Disruptive behavior data from a study by McKissick et al. (2010). All data were collected via event counting. The variables are as follows:
Case_Pseudonym. Case Pseudonym provided by the authors.
Session_number. Within-series session-number
Condition. Describes whether the outcome is in the baseline (A) or treatment (B) phase.
Outcome. Value for the outcome.
Session_length. Length of the observation session.
Procedure. The metric in which the outcome measurement is expressed, all "count".
Session_length. The length of the observation session.
A data frame with 35 rows and 4 variables
McKissick, C., Hawkins, R. O., Lentz, F. E., Hailley, J., & McGuire, S. (2010). Randomizing multiple contingency components to decrease disruptive behaviors and increase student engagement in an urban second-grade classroom. Psychology in the Schools, 47(9), 944–959. https://doi.org/10.1002/pits.20516