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What is a confounding variable?

January 8, 2010

A confounding variable is a changing factor that can cause or prevent the outcome of interest, is not an intermediate variable, and is associated with the factor under investigation.

The factor under investigation is the leaving of the pale.

In this text, all confounding variables are factors that either cause or prevent on from leaving the pale and entering the realm beyond the pale.

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