Create an online psychological experiment in hours, not weeks
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
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:
Once you are on the demo page, be sure to click on the orange 'Run Experiment' button (right-hand corner)!
Former University of Amsterdam student Job Toebosch has made some videos on how to make an experiment in NeuroTask Scripting. They are meant for absolute beginners.
We recently added some demos to use in lectures or small assignments. These include:
- Digit Span Task
- Lexical Decision Task
- Go/No Go Task
- Basic n-Back Task
- Eriksen Flanker Task
- Wisconsin-like Card Sorting Task
The tasks have a short introduction and usually run a few minutes. Best of all: If you register (for free) with NeuroTask Scripting, you can copy them to your account... »