What is a Confounding Variable?
A confounding variable is one that has an unexpected or unintentional affect on a dependent variable. They are also often referred to uncontrolled variables due to the nature of their behavior.
Nine ways to master this topic
Sometimes you simply need a fresh perspective to solve a challenge. Click here
for a random insight from history's great thinkers.
Copyright © 2013 Dictionary.com, LLC. All rights reserved.