Does Repeated Participation Affect Effect Size? An Analysis of 9 Cognitive Psychological Experiments

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Description: Effect of Repeated Participation


Is the effect size for an experiment affected if a subject participates in it for a second time? This question has become more relevant than before given the recent advent of and rise in the number of online experiments, such as those performed on Mechanical Turk (MTurk). However, even in the laboratory researchers cannot always be sure that a subject has not participated before in the experiment ...


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