within-subjects design

within-subjects design

n
(Statistics) (modifier) statistics (of an experiment) concerned with measuring the value of the dependent variable for the same subjects under the various experimental conditions. Compare between-subjects design, matched-pairs design
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[14], which involved a tool-use task presented in a within-subjects design. Here, 14-month-olds observed the target actions in two conditions that placed differing observable constraints on an actor.
Testing Preferences with a Within-Subjects Design B.
The first two treatments are a between-subjects design type, while the third one is a within-subjects design. We decided to use both the within-subject and the between-subject design for the following reasons.
As we wanted to assess differences in risk behavior depending on the payment method, we used a within-subjects design. Every participant played the two gambles, with the order of conditions counterbalanced.
Although, results from the current study are not conclusive and whereas significance was shown for the within-subjects design, the between subjects design revealed significance for only tournament A.
The first, like our Experiment 1, employed a between-subjects design, whereas the second used a within-subjects design. Within-subjects designs are inappropriate when the manipulation's anticipated influence on the dependent measure may be obvious to participants, which is certainly the case for the backpack manipulation.
The MM design considers both a within-subjects design as well as a between-subjects design.
* A variation on the balanced placebo design is used, along with a within-subjects design, in order to estimate the effects of conditioned tolerance and expectancy, compared to unconditioned alcohol responses and a control placebo condition.
Third, by using a within-subjects design we can assess the impact of individual differences (e.g., cognitive style) among auditors across multiple tasks.
The within-subjects design was counterbalanced in terms of treatment across the two conditions.
A final suggestion may be useful in relation to assessing the psychological consequences of a within-subjects design. It is always wise to examine and report the correlation of performance across conditions when a within-subjects design has been used.