Conduct a within-subjects experiment


Mirror tracing, maze running, and memory studies (especially studies using mnemonics) all lend themselves to within-subjects experiments. They also all lend themselves to a discussion of the need for counterbalancing because order effects (particularly those due to practice) are salient. You could replicate or model a study after either

Lutkus, A. D. (1975). The effect of "imaging" on mirror image drawing. Bulletin

of the Psychonomic Society, 5, 389-390.

or

Zerbolio, D. J., & Walker, J. T. (1989). Factorial design: Binocular and monocular depth

perception in vertical and horizontal stimuli, Teaching of Psychology, 16,

65-66.


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