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Quasi-Experimental Design

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In a classic experiment, a researcher randomly assigns a treatment to some subjects or units of analysis while assigning other subjects to a control or comparison group. Random assignment allows for probabilistic equivalency between the groups, permitting the researcher to assume ...

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