Extraneous Variables?

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Extraneous variables are variables that may bear effect on independent variables that affect certain behaviour of a subject that is being studied. These variables also may influence both choice of a variable treatment and its response.
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Six common types of variables exist, one of which is the extraneous variable. An extraneous variable is a factor which cannot be controlled. These variables may or may not influence
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This is called 'third party' variable or 'strange' variable. This unrelated variable necessarily influences a particular independent and dependent variable relationship. For e.g.
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They are variables other than the independent variable that may bear any effect on the
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An extraneous variable is any variable that affects the results, that a researcher has not manipulated: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Extraneous_….
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Extraneous variables are undesirable variables that influence the relationship between the variables that an experimenter is examining. It usually bears an effect on the behaviour of the subject being studied and it is assumed to influence the dependent variable.
Extraneous variables are undesirable variables that influence the relationship between the variables that an experimenter is examining. It only affects the people in the experiment. Some of the examples include: gender ethnicity, social class, genetics age and intelligence.
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In a scientific experiment, extraneous variables are those conditions other than the one the scientist controls that cause any effect on the outcome of the experiment ...
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