Procedural Controls

Procedural Controls

Procedural controls are the steps taken to ensure that the results of a study reflect true responses to intended stimuli. For example, a procedural control might be to keep the subjects of study isolated from one another. The goal is to avoid interference from unpredicted or unintended stimuli that might affect the outcome of the study.”

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