Re: LGBTAitp 27: Of Shoes, and Ships, and Sealing Wax
Originally Posted by Absol197
EDIT: Asta, just because I've always wondered - double-blind means that the subject doesn't know both what the test is really about, or that they've been given the placebo, right?
Blind means the patient doesn't know if he's given active treatment or placebo. Double-blind means that the experimenter doesn't know either. You label all the pillbox (momentary brainfart, I know that's not the real word) and a computer does the randomization. Triple blind means the statisticians don't know either. Quadruble blind studies haven't been performed yet, but just wait...
Oh, and all my support to Helio and Absol.
Last edited by Asta Kask; 2012-09-27 at 09:39 AM.
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Oooh, and that's a bad miss.
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