experimental condition

Also found in: Dictionary, Medical, Legal, Financial, Encyclopedia.
Graphic Thesaurus  🔍
Display ON
Animation ON
  • noun

Synonyms for experimental condition

the procedure that is varied in order to estimate a variable's effect by comparison with a control condition

References in periodicals archive ?
The graphs were printed by either the first author or one of the research assistants, and given to the participants at the appropriate time, depending on the experimental condition to which they were being exposed.
To examine the impact of experimental condition on romantic confidence, an ANOVA was conducted with experimental condition and TMI as factors.
Figure 1 provides graphs of experimental results for participants' two measures of underreporting time by experimental condition.
In this experimental condition, the fencer was instructed to convert the attack to a defensive move if the circle disappeared during the lunge ([S.
In the ERI experimental condition, students had the opportunity to be regrouped every 3 to 4 weeks with regrouping decisions informed by student mastery data.
Before each task, the participants were given three minutes to prepare for each experimental condition and to get familiar with the interface and the interaction technique.
For each experimental condition 5 basalt sintered pieces were sintered, which were tested to compression.
Linear mixed effects analysis was used with the subject as random variable and experimental condition, time (at the first and second time the subject was presented to a given task) confounded with temperature at that stage of the experiment, and condition-time interaction as fixed effects.
For participants in experimental condition one, the mean rating on relationship skills in their three baseline sessions was 45.
In the functional analysis, an additional experimental condition was included during which the participant was pushed in his wheelchair contingent on problem behavior.
Baer, Peterson, and Sherman, (1967); Poulson (1983); Reynolds, (1961) compared levels of infant vocalization under an experimental condition in which social stimulation was delivered contingent on vocalization according to an FR 1 schedule with those observed under a DRO control condition in which social stimulation was presented every 2 s in the absence of vocalization.
Classrooms were randomly assigned to the control or experimental condition.
Note that under the same experimental condition, all the consumers are assumed to have the same pattern of preference change.
The average age and average MMSE score is provided for each experimental condition.
Full browser ?