PsyToolkit is a
free-to-use toolkit for demonstrating, programming, and running
cognitive-psychological experiments and surveys, including personality
tests. PsyToolkit is frequently used for academic studies, for student
projects, and for teaching cognitive and personality psychology.
Why use PsyToolkit?
PsyToolkit is (ttbomk) the only free website offering running programmable online psychological experiments and surveys.
PsyToolkit is well documented with many examples you can copy for your own project.
You can program your experiment, collect data, and analyze all with just this one website.
You can run complex psychological surveys, and use from more than 100 surveys in the survey library.
PsyToolkit is fast and reliable (server runs from professional data center).
PsyToolkit is reliably maintained by a UK professor in Psychology.
Because many other students and academics are happy with it.
Web based / login
Click here to enter (or
register for) the free web-based environment for designing/running
online experiments and questionnaires. This is great for working from
home and doing online data collection around the world!
Click here to learn
about common cognitive psychological concepts and experiments, and how to setup research projects in PsyToolkit
Click here to go to the answeres to
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ). This contains answers to questions that are being asked over and over.
Library of Experiments
Click here to enter the collection of common
experiments in the area of experimental cognitive psychology, such as
the Simon and Stroop task.
Library of Questionnaires
Click here to enter the
collection of scales that can be used in the survey presenter.
PsyToolkit on Linux
Click here to download the Linux
version of the software for stand-alone computers.
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Support and donate
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copyright and your rights and responsibilities when working with
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