triple blind

triple blind

 [trip´l blind]
pertaining to a clinical trial or other experiment in which neither the subject nor the person administering treatment nor the person evaluating the response to treatment knows which subjects are receiving a particular treatment or lack of treatment; see also placebo.

triple blind

/trip·le blind/ (trip´'l blind) pertaining to an experiment in which neither the subject nor the person administering the treatment nor the person evaluating the response to treatment knows which treatment any particular subject is receiving.
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AS A PROFESSIONAL dog trainer, when I see a retriever grow from simple drills to triple blind retrieves from a duck boat, it's special.
The NTNU study was a triple blind test, which means that neither patients nor doctors nor those who analyzed the results knew whether the patients had been given placebo or real medicine, Stovner said.
This is further refined only four per cent by the physical examinations and eight per cent more by all investigations including PET scanning, was the conclusion of a triple blind, computerised, prospective study published in the BMJ.
The American Masters of Taste (AMT) bestowed its "Award of Excellence" in December following confidential, triple blind judging.
Unlike the many weight loss products claiming to be the "magic bullet," D&E's Appress achieves optimum results when coupled with moderate exercise and a diet lower in refined carbs, and D&E went the extra mile by conducting a triple blind, placebo-controlled study to prove it.