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Can you please give me any information about "counterbalancing order effect" ? I need...
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Counterbalancing is the art of organizing repeated treatments in an experiment. This considers the order in which the tests are given to prevent unwanted results. If you use something more and more over time, the results will vary. For example if you test something once for A and B, then the other half would do B first then A. Counterbalancing requires switching up the order that test are given to insure that results are faulty.
Posted by cgrant2 on July 25, 2012 at 7:38 PM (Answer #1)
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