Data from a multiple baseline across behaviors design conducted by Thiemann & Goldstein (2004). The variables are as follows:

  • Study_ID. Study identifier.

  • case. Student identifier.

  • series. Series identifier.

  • outcome. Frequency of unprompted targeted social communication skills, as measured by a direct observation, paper and pencil coding system during the 10-minute social activity for each behavior for all sessions.

  • time. Measurement occasion.

  • treatment. Indicator for treatment phase.

  • trt_time. Measurement occasion times treatment phase.

  • time_c. Measurement occasion centered at the follow-up time.


A data frame with 408 rows and 8 variables


Thiemann, K.S., & Goldstein, H. (2004). Effects of peer training and written text cueing on social communication of school-age children with pervasive developmental disorder. Journal of Speech Language and Hearing Research, 47(1), 126-144. doi:10.1044/1092-4388(2004/012)