Whitaker, Simon (2009) Case record analysis. The Behavior Analyst Today, 9 (3/4). 175 -183. ISSN 1539-4352
Abstract

It is argued that the determinates of low frequency (less than once an hour) challenging behavior are likely to be more complex than those of high frequency behavior involving setting events that may not be present when the behavior occurs. The analysis of case records is then examined as a method of identifying possible setting events to low frequency behaviours. It is suggested that time series analysis, correlational analysis and time lag sequential analysis may all be useful methods in the examination of case records.

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