Single Blind

An experiment is single-blind if the participants do not know whether they are members of the control group, but the experimenters do know.

- from Using and Understanding Mathematics: A Quantitative Reasoning Approach by Bennett and Briggs (2011).


In this example, the doctor knows the experiment to be conducted but the participants do not. This is just one example of a single blind.

Related Terms

Double Blind


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