Pretest Sensitization

Victor L. Willson & Eun Sook Kim

In: Encyclopedia of Research Design

Pretest Sensitization

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  • Pretest sensitization refers to the potential or actuality of a pretreatment assessment's effect on subjects in an experiment. The term has different meanings in various disciplines. In medicine and biology, ...

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