intertrial

intertrial

(ˈɪntəˌtraɪəl)
adj
being, or relating to, an interval between two separate trials conducted as part of a single experiment
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For massed conditioning, subjects (n = 9) received three 10-min training trials in a single day, with each trial separated by a 10-min intertrial interval during which the beaker was covered with the opaque sleeve.
A house light atop the back wall of the chamber provided general illumination except during food delivery and intertrial intervals.
Stimuli presentation and intertrial intervals were controlled by Psych Toolbox software (Brainard, 1997), using a PC computer.
The median number of buried individuals and intertrial variability were similar for comparisons of very coarse sand and very fine gravel (daytime) and of coarse sand and very coarse sand (nighttime) (Fig.
Next, the participant's attention was called to an intertrial distracter task in the form of weather reports taken from screenshots generated from a weather site.
Because the directions of the target were randomly presented, we did not consider the variation of the intertrial interval for habituation effects.
TLS has been shown to generate reliable data, with good intraclass correlation coefficients for same-day intertrial and 6 to 10 d test-retest reliability in 127 women with osteoporosis with vertebral fractures [19].