Mix, a program for pseudorandomization.

  title={Mix, a program for pseudorandomization.},
  author={Maarten van Casteren and Matthew H. Davis},
  journal={Behavior research methods},
  volume={38 4},
In psychological experiments involving multiple trials, the order in which individual trials presented to participants influences the results obtained. For this reason, experimenters often create carefully constrained experimental lists or check randomly generated lists to avoid known causes of order artifacts (e.g., short-term stimulus or response repetition). Creating appropriately structured pseudorandom lists can be a difficult and time-consuming task in generating psychological experiments… CONTINUE READING

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