Extraneous Variables are undesirable variables that influence the relationship
between the variables that an experimenter is examining. Another way to think of
May 10, 2015 ... Extraneous variable are any variables that you are not intentionally studying in
your experiment or test. Definition and examples for extraneous ...
Extraneous variables – These are all variables, which are not the independent
variable, but could affect the results (e.g. dependent variable) of the experiment.
Extraneous and confounding variables are variables other than the independent
variable which may have an effect on the dependent variable. They are ...
Nov 13, 2010 ... Extraneous variables can be defined as any variables that may affect the ... be an
extraneous variable that was not controlled for in the research ...
In the previous chapter, we saw how extraneous variables can contribute to ... the
purpose of this control is to reduce the influence of extraneous variables so ...
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 ...
By Bayo Soneye in Educational Research. Extraneous Variables When we
conduct experiments there are other variables that can affect our results, if we do
Official Full-Text Publication: Controlling extraneous variables in experimental
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Extraneous variables are variables that aren't a planned part of research; e.g.,
research on whether certain instructional methods are associated with higher ...