research subjects in a control group who are subject to some of the same encounters as subjects in the experimental group, but not inclusive of the experimental remediation or conditions. This process is underwent to make the control group as alike as possible to the experimental group in their experiences in research.

YOKED-CONTROL GROUP: "The yoked control group often experiences the same effects as the experimental group. "
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