Visual Recognition Memory - Script 3.1 Demo Experiment Run Experiment

Visual Recognition Memory - Script 3.1

Jaap Murre

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var targets = ['color_cars1.png','color_cars2.png'],
    foils = ['color_cars3.png','color_cars4.png'],
    all = [],
    hits = 0, false_alarms = 0,
    i, e;

// Here we should put preloading code, see below in this chapter

instruction("Study the following images");

for (i = 0; i < targets.length; i++)

instruction("For each of the following images, 
" + "press 's' for 'seen' or 'old'
" + "or 'l' for 'unseen' or 'new'"); all = all.concat(targets,foils); // Add all image names to array 'all' shuffle(all); // Randomize image order for (i = 0; i < all.length; i++) { setimage(all[i]); e = awaitkey("s,l"); // 's' is 'old', 'l' is 'new' if (contains(targets,all[i]) && e.key === 's') { ++hits; } if (contains(foils,all[i]) && e.key === 's') { ++false_alarms; } await(1000); } log(hits,"hits"); // Log data into your account log(false_alarms,"false_alarms"); text("Thank you for participating!"); // 'debriefing' await(3000);




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