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1. Assigning participants to randomized sequences of treatments is the most effective strategy for balancing out treatment effects.
2. In a randomized, within-subjects design, all participants receive the same treatments, but different participants are randomly assigned to receive different sequences of treatments
3. A randomized, within-subjects experiment will tend to have more power than a matched-pairs experiment.
4. Results from a randomized, within-subjects experiment can be analyzed using the same statistical test used to analyze data from a matched pairs design.
5. Counterbalanced, within-subjects designs require more participants than pure, within-subjects designs.
6. Sequence effects are the same as order effects.
7. In a counterbalanced design, if one group scores significantly higher than another group, there is a(n)
8. If students taking statistics before research methods get better grades in both courses than students taking research methods before statistics, we have a
Treatment 1 Treatment 2
Group getting Treatment 1 then Treatment 2 10 12
Group getting Treatment 2 then Treatment 1 12 10
9. In the table above, there is a(n)

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