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Systematic changing of the order in which the experimental conditions are given. For example, if there are two conditions (X and Y), by counterbalancing, half of the participants would receive condition X followed by Y and the remaining participants would receive condition Y followed by X. The purpose of counterbalancing is to remove the systematic bias produced by practice.

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