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Compare and contrast reversal treatment designs. What advantages or disadvantages exist for these two designs? Taking into consideration the strengths, limitations, and appropriateness of each design, which, in your supported opinion, is superior to the other? Which would you, as a researcher, have a preference to implement?

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As you briefly compare and contrast Reversal Treatment Designs and Alternating Treatment Designs, I see various advantages and disadvantages for these two designs.

First, in terms of Reversal Treatment Designs, it works via repeated measures of behavior and requires at least 3 consecutive phases to yield a an initial baseline, intervention, and return to baseline. In this type, it allows prediction, verification, and replication to occur.

As far as its advantages, I deem it as extremely beneficial when depicting and assessing functional ...

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300 words of notes informally compare reversal treatment and alternating treatment Designs in terms of their inherent pros and cons.