This much anticipated new text offers the most up-to-date and in-depth treatment available of the single-case design process."...it has short chapters, technical terms are defined and discussed flawlessly, the examples tend to be brief and illustrative, and the narrative is not cluttered with many references.""The framework used in the "Experimental Questions" chapter (i.e. demonstration, comparitive, parametric, and component) is incredibly effective in shaping the types of research questions that are asked. This chapter will be a contribution, and students will appreciate it." ~Mark Wolery, Vanderbilt University"The inclusion of information about the premise of experimentation and strategic issues are a unique feature of this text and will likely make it a preferred choice over other single case design texts currently available." ~Leasha M. Reese, University of West Florida"An absolute pleasure to read. This is a well-written and thoughtfully organized text that I would certainly consider adopting... It covers all the basic information in an easy-to-read style with real-life examples from the classroom." ~Teresa Taber Doughty, Purdue UniversityKennedy, Craig H. is the author of 'Single-case Designs For Educational Research', published 2004 under ISBN 9780205340231 and ISBN 0205340237.