Double blind

Double blind,

Definition of Double blind:

  1. An experimental process that eliminates potential bias, and prevents both the experimenter and the subject from knowing what is being tested.

How to use Double blind in a sentence?

  1. It was a double blind test, so no one knew exactly what was going on and it bothered both sides a little.
  2. We conducted a double blind experiment for our own study to get the most unbiased results.
  3. After more than a thousand double-blind tests, we found that simply labeling them all as gluten-free reduced the risk of side effects.

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