31.  In Lewis Terman’s 9-decade longitudinal study, there was a

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31.  In Lewis Terman’s 9-decade longitudinal study, there was a high level of attrition

a.  right after Terman died and the personal contact between him and participants was lost.

b.  when the female participants married and move away with their spouses.

c.  among male participants after their college years.

d.  as the participants became bored with repeated requests for information over the years.

32.  The use of single-subject designs has been popular in what type of research?

a.  Longitudinal research

b.  Panel studies

c.  Experimental analysis of behavior

d.  Retrospective studies

33.  Studies in the experimental analysis of behavior rely on

a.  case studies.

b.  cohort-sequential studies.

c.  trend studies.

d.  single-subject studies.

34.  John Watson’s study of Little Albert in which Albert was supposedly conditioned to fear various stimuli reflect what kind of research design?

a.  Single-subject design

b.  Case study

c.  Panel study

d.  Trend study

35.  One of the typical differences between single-case analyses and group analyses is that

a.  group analyses are usually prospective, whereas single-case analyses are usually retrospective.

b.  single-case analyses involve continuous monitoring of behavior over time, but group analyses are less likely to.

c.  single-case analyses are more likely to reveal cohort effects than group analyses are.

d.  group analyses often use withdrawal designs, but single-case analyses rarely do.

36.  A research project specified as having an ABA design is an example of a

a.  case study design.

b.  prospective design.

c.  withdrawal design.

d.  trend design.

37.  If you created a research project in which you monitored behavior for a baseline period, then implemented a treatment, and finally removed the treatment, you would be using a

a.  case study design.

b.  prospective design.

c.   trend design.

d. withdrawal design.

38.  An ABA design would not be useful in research if

a.  a treatment had a permanent effect.

b.  a researcher expected a high level of attrition.

c.  the research is prospective.

d.  participants form a cohort.

39.  An ABAB design would be appropriate if

a.  a researcher is interested in only one dependent variable.

b.  treatment effects are only temporary.

c.  a researcher wants to set up a panel study.

d.  the possibility of cohort effects is high.

40.  If a researcher doing single-subject research wants to investigate several different behaviors, the design would be called

a.  a retrospective study.

b.  a case study.

c.  a  multiple baseline study.

d.  an N of 1 randomized clinical trial.

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