double-blind experiment


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dou·ble-blind ex·per·i·ment

an experiment conducted with neither experimenter nor subjects knowing which experiment is the control; prevents bias in recording results.
See also: double-blind study.
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This seems to be in the same vein as a (http://www.psychiatry.uci.edu/features/fallon-feature-11152013.asp) research  conducted by professor James Fallon of University of California. In his research, he says he can correctly identify serial killers in double-blind experiments simply by observing their brain scans.
ABSTRACT: Four double-blind experiments tested the hypothesis that under certain conditions a future event may influence a past event.
By giving people with AIDS the knowledge of the risks involved in randomized double-blind experiments activists have stripped physicians of some of their authority and taken away much of their ability to convince people with AIDS of the importance of such experiments.
Brad performed many double-blind experiments with healer Oscar Estebany.