Psychologists need to present stimuli or other materials to participants and collect responses. Computer software has been developed to assist in this process. Software tends to be specialized to collect certain types of data such as physiological measurements, neurological measurements, reaction time, or self-reports.
Makers of SuperLab (reaction time) and various hardware response pads.
Makers of MediaLab (questionnaire and multi-media) and DirectRT (reaction time) software and related hardware.
Makers of Inquisit, a tool for administering rich questionnaires and measuring reaction time. Can be run on Windows desktops or over the web.
Dos-based tool for observing information acquisition. Used in the book The Adaptive Decision-Maker.
Makers of a variety of software for human and animal observational studies.
Psychology Software Tools
Makers of E-Prime (reaction time), PsychMate (for teaching), BrainLogis (fMRI), VR Worlds (Virtual Reality), and related hardware.
Open source Java classes and applications to run experiments with precise timing.
System for Teaching Experimental Psychology
Scripts and utilities for classic and modern studies using E-Prime and PsyScope.
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