Glossary M

Multiple-baseline across situations refers to a multiple-baseline study in which the initial Baseline phases correspond to the same Behavior in two (2) separate situations.

Multiple-baseline across subjects refers to a multiple-baseline study in which the initial Baseline phases correspond to two (2) separate participants.

Multiple-baseline design refers to a type of single-subject design that begins with two (2) simultaneous Baseline phases, then initiates a treatment for one baseline, and at a later t

Multiple-Baseline Design refers to a single-case experimental design in which the effect of a treatment is shown by demonstrating that behaviors in more than one baseline change as a result of the institution of a treatment.

Multiple-cutoff approach refers to a selection strategy in which applicants must meet or exceed the passing score on more than one selection test .

Multiple-hurdle approach refers to a selection practice of administering one test at a time so that applicants must pass that test before being allowed to take the next test.

Multiple-source feedback refers to a performance Appraisal strategy in which an employee receives Feedback from sources, such as the clients, subordinates, peers other than just his/

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