randomized double-blind experiment

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A type of double-blind study, often used in conducting drug trials and trials of other forms of treatment, in which participants or subjects are randomly assigned to treatment conditions, usually an experimental group and a control group, and neither they nor the experimenter knows, until the data have been collected, which groups they have been assigned to. See also randomized controlled trial.

Subjects: Psychology.

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