Matched-pairs design

(modifier) (statistics) (of an experiment) concerned with measuring the values of the dependent variables for pairs of subjects that have been matched to eliminate individual differences and that are respectively subjected to the control and the experimental condition Compare between-subjects design, within-subjects design


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