One of the main features of PsyToolkit is that you can create and run cognitive psychological experiments in your browser. Here are a number of ready-to-use demos using this technology.
This library has now more than 25 experiments that you can try yourself in your browser (no plugins or other software needed). Each experiment can be used and modified and even embedded in your own online data-collection project.
|See also the survey library for running online questionnaires in which you can embed experiments.|
What you can do
You can do two types of things with each experiment in this library.
Using the code
Here are the steps to take if you want to use the code in your own project:
Make sure you have registered a (free) PsyToolkit account via www.psytoolkit.org.
Download the zip file from the library (each experiment has a runnable demo and a downloadable zip file of the experiment).
Go to your PsyToolkit account, and create a new experiment (select "From a PsyToolkit experiment file (zip format)").
Compile your experiment and run it and see how it works.
List of experiments
List of experiments without keyboard use (touch-screen friendly)
|In principle, most experiments can be made touch/mouse friendly. Most cognitive psychological experiments use, however, keyboards because they give more precise reaction time measurements. Even so, this is great for demonstrations and seems to work well.|