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Unformatted text preview: seem to be a relationship between treatment and outcome making them dependent. Question 4 Hill’s study is clearly an example of an experiment, because he randomly chose patients, randomly assigned them to groups, had one control and one experimental group, and attempted to isolate all other variables and only test for one. However, before I would say for certain the cause of the effective treatment was the streptomycin I would want a more detailed account of the experiment, as there may still be some variables unaccounted for (Lurking Variables). Summary Question Concepts from the textbook covered in this lab include, ideas about the different types of variables, as well as ideas concerning randomizing samples, and analyzing data. In lecture we have also dealt with randomizing samples as well as how to analyze and interpret the data in regards to whether variables are independent or dependent....
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- Fall '08
- Statistics, streptomycin, bed rest