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interrupted time-series design


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A quasi-experimental research design similar to a one-group pretest-posttest design except that instead of a single pretest and a single posttest, the data consist of a time series in the form of a sequence of baseline measurements, followed by a change in the independent variable, usually called an intervention, and then a sequence of post-intervention measurements. Compare non-equivalent groups design.

Subjects: Psychology.


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