NeuroTask Scripting

Create an online psychological experiment in a hours, not weeks

Register for free and start experimenting

In 2015, 2016, and 2017 many types of experiments have been run with NeuroTask Scripting Users ranged from third-year bachelor students to seasoned researchers. The type of experimental topics included emotion and attention, implicit memory, concept formation, visual attention and very short-term memory, and language. Experiments involved brief presentation of images, video, audio, forced fullscreen, mTurk-based data collection, and many other things you might want to do in an online experiment. We are confident that the system is now ready for serious experimentation online.

To get an overview of NeuroTask Scripting, check out the (free) book 'Getting Started with NeuroTask Scripting', which gives a good impression of what you can do with the platform.

Or head over to the demo page where you can run demonstration scripts, including for example a classic experiment in cognitive psychology and popular neuropsychological tests like Posner and Keele's experiment with random dot paterns from 1968:

Random Dot Pattern Experiment

Once you are on the demo page, be sure to click on the orange 'Run Experiment' button (right-hand corner)!

Recent Developments

Jaap Murre's avatar

After two years of intense beta testing, NeuroTask Scripting is now available (as a public beta). Registration, creation and editing scripts is free, as is running them. You can also upload images, text files, and audio and video files for playback. This means you try out the system as long as you want and you can, for example, also create demos for students or customers. When... »