Resentful demoralization, Advanced Statistics

Resentful demoralization is the possible phenomenon in the clinical trials and intervention studies in which comparison groups not attaining a perceived desirable treatment become aware of this potential inequity and become discouraged or retaliatory, and as a result perform worse on the result measures.  

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