Tic Tac Toe Multiplayer Version
Experiments suitable for desktop computers
Tic Tac Toe Multiplayer VersionTwo-player version of the Tic Tac Toe game. Two players, matched in order of arrival, take turns playing over the Internet.
Tic Tac Toe
Tic Tac ToeTic Tac Toe game demo, used elsewhere in a two-player mode (over Internet). Illustrates how to handle events (clicks) on many different blocks by defining a function that itself returns a function (a so called handler).
Digit Span Task
Digit Span TaskThis is a fairly typical implementation of the digit span forward task, similar to what one might encounter in a neuropsychological test battery. The task takes less than 5 min and can be done on a PC with a mouse or on a large touchscreen (tablet or large mobile phone). The digit span is reported at the end of the task.
Lexical Decision Task
Lexical Decision TaskFairly complete implementation of a typical lexical decision task, which takes about 6 min. It is suitable for use in lectures, where the audience can do the task on a laptop (keyboard). Because keyboard responses are required, the task cannot be taken on a mobile phone. Mean reaction times to words and nonwords are reported at the end with total correct responses. Individual subjects can also download their own data in a format that can be imported into a spreadsheet, like Excel or Google Sheets.
Digit Span Complete Example - Dutch
Digit Span Complete Example - DutchLike the Corsi Blocks Demo, this is a much more extensive example that can be (and has been) used for research purposes. This version includes a practice phase with feedback on common errors and is generally more robust This version has Dutch instructions. An English version is forthcoming.
Go/No-Go TaskThis is a fairly typical implementation of the Go/No-Go Task, which takes about 2.5 min. It is suitable for use in lectures, where the audience can take the test on a laptop (keyboard) or mobile phone (touch screen). Feedback is given (including d-prime based on Hits and False Alarms).
Basic 1-Back Task
Basic 1-Back TaskBrief demo of a 1-Back Task to get a feeling for how this task is often implemented. Stimuli are digits 1, 2, and 3 and order is fully random (and may differ per subject). Feedback is given at the end. Runs with keyboard, mouse, and touch screen.
Flanker TaskThis is a fairly complete demo of the Eriksen Flanker Task, which takes about 2.5 min. It is suitable for use in lectures, where the audience can take the test on a laptop (keyboard) or mobile phone (touch screen). Feedback is given, including a T-Test significance level of how much faster congruent were compared with incongruent trials.
Corsi Blocks (Simplified)