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Textbook Problem

Explain the difference between a matched-subjects design and a repeated-measures design.

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The difference between matched subjects design and repeated-measures design.

Explanation

A matched-measures design uses separate experimental groups for each particular treatment, but depends upon matching every subject in one group with an equivalent in another. But in a repeated-measures design uses same experimental group for each treatment and then difference of scores is computed for each participant...

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