Counterbalancing for serial order carryover effects in experimental condition orders

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Brooks, JL;

Reactions of neural, psychological, and social systems are rarely, if ever, independent of previous inputs and states. The potential for serial order carryover effects from one condition to the next in a sequence of experimental trials makes counterbalancing of conditio... View more
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