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Notice that original scores and the converted scores both involve measurement in inches, and you can compute differences, or distances, on either scale. For example, there is a 6-inch difference in height between two boys who measure 57 and 51 inches tall on the first scale. Likewise, there is a 6-inch difference between two boys who measure 19 and 13 on the second scale. However, you should also notice that ratio comparisons are not possible on the second scale. For example, a boy who measures 19 is not three times taller than a boy who measures 13.
Other examples of nonequivalent group studies include comparing 8-year-old children and 10-year-old children or comparing people with an eating disorder and those with no disorder. Because it is impossible to use techniques like random assignment to control participant variables and ensure equivalent groups, this type of research is not a true experiment. 7 shows an example of a pre–post study comparing depression scores before therapy and after therapy. The two groups of scores are obtained by measuring the same variable (depression) twice for each participant; once before therapy and again after therapy.