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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There was a variable intertrial interval of between 800 and 1,200 ms (see Figure 1b).
During the 5 subsequent days, the mice were given two daily trials with intertrial interval of 30 min in the presence of the platform, it was permitted to remain on it for 10 s, if the mouse did not locate the platform within 120 s, and it was placed on the platform for 10 s.
The intertrial and inter-test reliability of single-leg balance and single-leg landing tests in athletes is necessary to understand typical error and the subsequent thresholds for meaningful change inherent to these tests.
In addition, the validity of an assessment is improved by intertrial evaluation; there should be a subtle learning effect in genuine patients, but there may be a degradation in malingers.
If participants failed to make a selection within the 60 s or if the problem was one of the other three types, no survey appeared and there would be an intertrial interval (ITI) of ~1-1.5 s randomly.
Mice were placed in the chamber and after three minutes received 5 US deliveries with a fixed intertrial interval (ITI) of 60 s.
Whether or not the animals responded to the scent presentation (a trial), a fixed intertrial interval (ITI) of 15 seconds with clean air was initiated.
The intertrial interval (ISI) was randomly varied from 18 to 23 seconds.
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.
Stimuli presentation and intertrial intervals were controlled by Psych Toolbox software (Brainard, 1997), using a PC computer.