Article Analysis: Multimodal Behavior Treatment
After reading chapter 10, read the study Multimodal Behavior Treatment of Nonrepetitive, Treatment-Resistant Nightmares: A Case Report, located in Module 6: Lecture Materials & Resources.
This is an example of a case study utilizing different treatment modes to treat nightmares in one woman. On page 48 you can see how the data is presented which is typical in a case study.
Abstract must be included
Write an article analysis that answers the following questions:
1.) Figure 1 is a typical graph for a case study. How helpful is figure 1 in understanding the results of this case study? Would the research report be as effective without the figure? Explain
2.) In light of your reading of this study, do you think that case studies employing only a single case are helpful in advancing scientific knowledge? Explain. Are there certain areas that you are familiar with that you believe a single case study would be helpful?
3.) The researcher provides a large number of references in the literature review. Does this large number give you confidence in the findings? Would a smaller number be just as effective? Explain.
The paper is to be clear and concise and students will lose points for improper grammar, punctuation and misspelling.The paper is to be 3 – 5 pages in length, current APA style, excluding the title, abstract and references page.Incorporate a minimum of 5 current (published within last five years) scholarly journal articles or primary legal sources (statutes, court opinions) within your work. Standards of Validation & Evaluation
Read and watch the lecture resources & materials below early in the week to help you respond to the discussion questions and to complete your assignment(s).
(Note: The citations below are provided for your research convenience. Students should always cross reference the current APA guide for correct styling of citations and references in their academic work.)
The National Association for the Education of Young Children. (n.d.). Resources | NAEYC. Retrieved from https://www.naeyc.org/resources (Links to an external site.)
O’Brien, R. (1998). Overview of Action Research Methodology. Retrieved from http://www.web.net/~robrien/papers/arfinal.html (Links to an external site.)
This paper will answer the question “What is Action Research?”, giving an overview of its processes and principles, stating when it is appropriate to use, and situating it within a praxis research paradigm. The evolution of the approach will be described, including the various kinds of action research being used today. The role of the action researcher will be briefly mentioned, and some ethical considerations discussed. The tools of the action researcher, particularly that of the use of search conferences, will be explained. Finally three case studies will be briefly described, two of which pertain to action research projects involving information technology, a promising area needing further research.
From “Effect of Technology on Enthusiasm for Learning Science” by J. Hollis (1995), in S. Spiegel, A. Collins, & J. Lappert (Eds.), Action Research: Perspectives from Teachers’ Classrooms. Science FEAT (Science For Early Adolescence Teachers). Tallahassee, FL: South Eastern Regional Vision for Education.
In this study, the author investigated how the integration of technology into middle school science curriculum would impact the students’ enthusiasm for learning science. Enthusiasm for learning science can be defined as the students’ eagerness to participate in science activities in the classroom, as well as away from school.
Sample Action Research Report 1
Tanner, B. A. (2004). Multimodal Behavioral Treatment of Non repetitive, Treatment- Resistant Nightmares: A Case Report.
3.8 Research Strategy: Action Research: (3:25)
MeanThat. (2016, March 17). 3.8 Research Strategy: Action Research [Video file]. Retrieved from
Supplemental Materials & Resources
EDL-821 Research Design Part 4 Action Research: (26:09)
Institute, R. (2016). EDL-821 Research Design Part 4 Action Research [Video file]. Retrieved from
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