Scientific Manipulation

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Definition: In behavior analysis the term scientific manipulation refers to the systematic arrangement of a variable under study (typically consequences or antecedent conditions) in such a manner as to allow for the objective analysis of the effects of the effects of the variables presence or absence on some other measured behavior.

 

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