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What implications do the results of an experiment
have for subjects that were not observed in the experiment?

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    If the subjects used are representative of the unobserved subjects, the results of the experiment could be generalized to them.

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    This paper can answer (partly) your question: Exadaktylos et al. (2013) "Experimental subjects are not different" Scientific Reports 3, 1213.

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