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Confounding refers to the bias that occurs when an outside variable influences participant outcomes in a study. Confounding may lead researchers to conclude that a relationship exists between measured variables where there is none, or to conclude that there is no relationship between measured variables when a relationship does exist.

Category: Data analyses

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