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- Dec 2017
In this section, we look at some different ways to design an experiment. The primary distinction we will make is between approaches in which each participant experiences one level of the independent variable and approaches in which each participant experiences all levels of the independent variable. The former are called between-subjects experiments and the latter are called within-subjects experiments.
For the most part this section of Ecperimental Design was an easy read and had very few confusing parts. I was able to follow along and understand all the components of an Experimental Design