double-blind

double-blind
/dub"euhl bluynd"/, adj.
of or pertaining to an experiment or clinical trial in which neither the subjects nor the researchers know which subjects are receiving the active medication, treatment, etc., and which are not: a technique for eliminating subjective bias from the test results.
[1935-40]

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