Recognize wheter or not two distributions are independent


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I'm performing some tests using the same group of people under different conditions.
All users have to perform the task with one set-up and then the same group of people performs the same task with another set-up.
I was thinking of comparing their performances with a 1-way ANOVA however, I was wondering about the dependency between the groups.
Can I consider them as independent distribution?



Less is more. Stay pure. Stay poor.
Also, does it matter they have already done the task once? Did you randomize the individual ordering of cycles?