Randomised-controlled trial (RCT)

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Randomised-controlled trial (RCT)

a study comparing the relation cause-effect into two groups, where one receive the real treatment and the other one a placebo or no treatment. Participants are randomly assigned to either the control or intervention group, reducing the selection bias.

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