The objective of behavioral intervention research is to assess whether a particular intervention is effective in changing selected behaviors. CATALYST's approach is grounded in behavioral theory, which allows us to demonstrate not only whether change has occurred, but also the mediating factors that have produced it. We use pre- and post-assessment measurements and quasi-experimental designs to assess whether observed changes are attributable to an intervention. We rely on CABER's statistical expertise to design these studies.
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