Repeated Measures Design

Repeated Measures Design

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Repeated Measures Design Each participant is exposed to each level of the IV Used when Few participants are available Comparisons are made between conditions that require just a brief amount of time to test Conditions may occur in a ‘repeated fashion’ in the real world Whenever it is possible! Fewer participants needed Eliminate individual differences that occur with independent groups design Order Effects Once a participant has completed the first part of a study, the experience could influence performance in later parts of the study
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