Reducing Carryover Effects in Within-Subject Designs

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Within-subject designs tend to have higher statistical power and require fewer participants than between-subject designs, but this method presents its own detriments in terms of measurement. Carryover effects, such as practice and fatigue effects, may confound the observed effects in within-subjects designs. The present study aims to remedy these confounds by presenting participants with split-hal...

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