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Tatool (Training and Testing Tool) was developed to assist researchers with programming training software, experiments, and questionnaires.

Authors:  Claudia C. von BastianAndré LocherMichael Ruflin
Updated:  2022-01-24
Source:  http://www.tatool.ch/
Keywords:  psychologyexperimentJavasoftwareEnglishGerman

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E-Prime® is the most comprehensive stimulus presentation software available. Design experiments using E-Prime’s intuitive interface.

Authors:  Walter Schneider and Anthony Zuccolotto
Updated:  2021-12-24
Source:  https://pstnet.com/products/e-prime/
Keywords:  softwareexperimenttimingdata-collection

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A free, open source Python 3D graphics library called Ratcave that extends existing Python psychology stimulus software by allowing scientists to load, display, and transform 3D stimuli created in 3D modeling software.

Authors:  Nicholas A. Del Grosso & Anton Sirota
Updated:  2020-12-18
Source:  https://github.com/ratcave/ratcave
Keywords:  psychologyPythonexperimentsoftwareEnglish

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BITTSy: Behavioral Infant & Toddler Testing System

BITTSy is capable of running key infant behavioral testing paradigms, including Headturn Preference Procedure [HPP], Preferential Looking, and Visual Fixation/Habituation, through the same interface.

Authors:  Rochelle NewmanEmily ShroadsElizabeth JohnsonRuth TincoffKris OnishiGiovanna Morini
Updated:  2020-09-04
Source:  http://langdev.umd.edu/bittsy/
Keywords:  child-developmentsoftwareexperimentbehaviorEnglish



A freely available system for PC-based simple visual reaction time testing that is analogous to the widely used psychomotor vigilance task (PVT).

Authors:  Jaques ReifmanMaxim Y. KhitrovSridhar RamakrishnanKamal KumarJianbo LiuSrinivas LaxminarayanDavid ThorsleySrinivasan RajaramanNancy J. Wesensten
Updated:  2018-12-24
Source:  https://pcpvt.bhsai.org/pcpvt/register.xhtml
Keywords:  psychologyneuroscienceexperimentsoftwareEnglish

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MouseTracker is a freely available, user-friendly software package that allows researchers to record and analyze hand movements traveling toward potential responses on the screen (via the x, y coordinates of the computer mouse).

Authors:  Jon Freeman & Nalini Ambady
Updated:  2016-12-24
Source:  http://www.mousetracker.org/
Keywords:  softwarecognitionpsychologyexperiment

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Mix and Match

Mix will allow experimental stimuli to be pseudo-randomised, according to constraints supplied by the user in a simple script. Match can match the conditions of factorial experiments. Both utilities have the ability to significantly speed up the development, and even improve the quality and power of your experiments.

Authors:  Maarten van Casteren & Matthew H. Davis
Updated:  2007-12-24
Source:  http://www.mrc-cbu.cam.ac.uk/people/maarten-van-casteren/mixandmatch/
Keywords:  psychologyexperimentsoftwareEnglish

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