The Applied Project course takes students through the stages of a project proposal development, implementation, reporting, and presentation of findings, guided by a designated project advisor. Students will individually plan a project proposal on a topic of their area of interest, guided by appropriate conceptual, methodological, and theoretical principles of Applied Behavior Analysis. Students are required to implement the proposal by collecting and analysing data using a single subject experimental design while observing ethical procedures. Students will produce an original written report that demonstrates the processes and outcomes. Student will individually present their completed applied project in terms of the processes adopted.
Students are also recommended to use the resources given below to help them develop their research proposal and to complete the final research project report. It is recommended that students access the ECAE library online to access other research methodology books and articles available via the library database and Ebrary.
National Center for Research Methods; Using Quantitative research