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Homework Help: psychology

Posted by cindy on Sunday, October 31, 2010 at 12:06am.

In an experiment, a control group is different from an experimental group in that the people in the control group:
are not exposed to the same treatment of the independent variable.
differ in trait variables.
do not incur the same exposure to the dependent variable.
believe they are part of the experimental group.
I chose A. Am I right?

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