Within-participant design

Definition: Within-participant design is a type of study design where each participant is exposed to every experimental condition or treatment. One of the main benefits of a within-participant design is that it reduces the noise that can be attributed to inter-individual variation across participants. Definition: Within-participant design is a type of study design where each participant is exposed to every experimental condition or treatment. One of the main benefits of a within-participant design is that it reduces the noise that can be attributed to inter-individual variation across participants.

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Synonym: Within-group design, Within-subject design

References: https://doi.org/10.1073/pnas.1510343112

Related terms: Between-participant design, Individual differences, Experimental design  

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