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Nonequivalent Control Groups:  

Using an existing “control” group that appears similar to the experimental group, used when researchers cannot create experimental and control groups by random assignment from a common pool.  

A nonequivalent control group can provide a point of comparison even though it is not formally a part of the study.

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