Repeated Measure Design

Repeated measure design is a procedure that is followed in longitudinal studies: studies in which the same group of participants are evaluated repeatedly over a period of time (months, years or decades) using the exact same measurement criteria. For instance, this type of study might be seeking data on the health effects of smoking over a period of years; blood pressure, existence of cancerous or pre-cancerous symptoms, changes in smoking behavior, etc.

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