Asked by Miquel Heard on Mar 10, 2024

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The factors that can be manipulated or changed by experimenters are called

A) dependent variables.
B) conditional variables.
C) subordinate variables.
D) independent variables.

Independent Variables

Variables in an experiment that are manipulated or changed to observe their effect on the dependent variables.

Manipulated

Being controlled or influenced in a deceitful way, often without being aware of it, which can affect behavior and decision-making.

  • Comprehend the principles of dependent and independent variables within research studies.
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JD
Journey Diamonds

Mar 10, 2024

Final Answer :
D
Explanation :
The factors that can be manipulated or changed by experimenters are called independent variables. The other options (dependent variables, conditional variables, and subordinate variables) refer to variables that are affected or influenced by the independent variable, but are not themselves manipulated by the experimenter.