Assume that you are conducting an experiment in human performance. You have two groups: experimental (the group that receives the treatment) and control (the group that does not receive the treatment). What steps would you take to make a decision about the effectiveness of your experimental intervention?
answer: The experimental group receives an intervention in an experiment to measure the effect of the change on performance or behavior (dependent variable). In order to establish the effectiveness of the experimental intervention, it is necessary to control to situation or occurrence of a confounding variable. This third variable affects the dependent and independent variable which in turns affect the effectiveness of the experiment and manipulates the results. please give me like, thank you
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