Deutsch: Gemischtes Design / Español: Diseño Mixto / Português: Design Misto / Français: Conception Mixte / Italiano: Design Misto /

Mixed Design refers to an experimental design containing both within - and between - subject independent variables. It is a factorial study that combines two (2) different Research designs such as between-subjects and within-subjects in the same factorial design.

Mixed designs are research designs that combine both experimental and correlational methods. In this design, participants from naturally occurring groups of interest, example, people with panic disorder and people with social phobia are assigned to each experimental treatment, allowing the experimenter to determine whether the effectiveness of the treatments varies by group classification.

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