Partial counterbalancing is a way of ordering the presentation of levels of the independent variable to minimize some of the effects of sequential confounding variables.

Likewise, Partial counterbalancing is a system of counterbalancing that ensures that each treatment condition occurs first for one group of participants, second for one group, third for one group, and so on, but does not require that every possible order of treatment conditions be used.

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