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Programme zur computergestützten Darbietung und Steuerung von psychologischen Experimenten

BrainWare, OpenEx und RPvds von Tucker-Davis Technologies
BrainWare software is a versatile package for the presentation of signals (e.g. auditory, visual, or electrical stimulation) and extracellular recording. Multi-channel spike acquisition and flexible analysis make BrainWare a valuable addition to your neurophysiology toolbox.
OpenEx is a suite of software applications that provides a complete environment for designing and controlling experiments. OpenEx provides a turn-key software solution for single and multi-channel neurophysiology but is flexible enough to accommodate virtually any stimulus presentation or data acquisition paradigm.
RPvds gives you the power to configure real-time DSP circuits without any DSP or programming experience. Circuits are designed in a drag-and-drop environment and can be loaded and tested at design time. RPvds can be used as a stand-alone program to configure and load real-time processing circuits. RPvds can also be used to generate object files used by ActiveX controls to set and read parameter values from other software.

CORTEX von NIMH Laboratory of Neuropsychology
CORTEX is a program for data acquisition and experimental control of neurophysiological experiments.

Cogent 2000 für MatLab von FIL London
Cogent 2000 is a MatLab Toolbox for presenting stimuli and recording responses with precise timing. It runs in the MatLab numerical programming environment and should be used with MatLab 6.0 and above, running under Windows 2000.

DMDX oder DM/DMTG von Display Master (DMASTR)
These programs were written for IBM compatible PCs by K. I. Forster and J. C. Forster at the University of Arizona. The software is designed for the measurement and analysis of reaction times in language processing tasks, such as lexical decision, naming, picture naming, RSVP, masked priming, same-different matching, semantic categorization, self-paced reading, etc.

E-Prime und MEL von Psychology Software Tools
E-Prime is the revolutionary suite of applications which comprehensively fulfills all your research needs. From experiment generation and millisecond precision data collection through data handling and processing, E-Prime is the most powerful and flexible experiment generator available. E-Prime is comprised of 3 core applications: E-Studio, E-Merge and E-DataAid. In addition to those applications, E-Prime features a millisecond precise run-time engine, E-Run. To fulfill the comprehensive range of users and paradigms, a scripting language called E-Basic is available .
MEL Professional has been consistently used in all varieties of behavioral research since 1988. MEL Professional has been proven to be the most accurate, most flexible and most powerful experiment generation tool available for DOS.

EEVoke von Advanced Neuro Technology (ANT)
EEVoke is a MS-Windows-based stimulation package that can present stimuli with any kind of complexity in ERP experiments. Stimulus presentations can be visual, auditory or a combination of these. Moreover, EEVoke can be interfaced with external devices such as electrical or pain stimulators. eevoke provides optimal synchronization of the stimuli with your recordings and maximum ease of use.

ERTS von BeriSoft Cooperation
ERTS is based on an easy-to-use script language and covers a broad range of cognitive paradigms that rely on collecting subject's reactions to visual and/or auditory stimuli.
Running under MS-DOS ERTS achieves millisecond accuracy for stimulus presentation, response registration, and event timing. ERTS provides an Intelligent Preload Technique (IPL) that uses an automatic video page flipping algorithm like high performance games to present any new graphics image within one screen refresh.
The combination of the transparent script language and accurate run-time performance makes ERTS a very valuable tool for teaching, research, clinical trials, EEG, MEG, PED, fMRI, space and aviation.

EventIDE von OkazoLab
EventIDE is a visual programming platform for designing and running psychological experiments.  The platform is the most feature-rich in its class and combines a friendly visual designer with powerful programming tools.

Expe von C. Pallier et al. am Laboratoire de Sciences Cognitives et Psycholinguistique
Expe is an experiment generator for PC computers. It allows to run cognitive psychology experiments that involve the presentation of audio or visual stimuli and the collection of on-line or off-line behavioral responses (e.g. discrimination tasks, auditory target detection tasks, lexical decision and picture naming experiments...). Its flexibility makes it also a very useful tool for the rapid design of protocols for testing neuropsychological patients.

Inquisit von Milliseconds Software
Inquisit enables computer-based psychological testing and experimentation on local computers and remotely over the web.

LabVIEW von National Instruments
With LabVIEW you can rapidly create test, measurement, control, and automation applications using intuitive graphical development. Quickly create user interfaces to interactively control your system. Easily specify system functionality by assembling block diagrams. LabVIEW combines ease of use, performance, and powerful functionality to deliver better productivity for your immediate needs, while providing scalability for long-term requirements.

MediaLab und DirectRT von Empirisoft
MediaLab was designed as a user-friendly tool to help both technologically savvy and technologically challenged researchers with their creation of powerful computerized experiments. Designed specifically for the Windows environment, MediaLab combines smart experimental design features with the capabilities of current Pentium class PC technology.
The priorities in designing the interface of DirectRT were to create a high precision stimulus display and reaction time package capable of tapping the tremendous resources of current PCs, to maintain a high degree of flexibility with respect to experimental design, and to maintain an exceptionally high degree of intuitive, user-friendly operation.

Presentation von Neurobehavioral Systems
Presentation is one of the world’s most precise and powerful stimulus delivery and experimental control program. Presentation runs on any Windows PC, and delivers auditory, visual and multi-modal stimuli with sub-millisecond temporal precision. Presentation verifies the timing of each event and provides timing calibrations for your studies to assure maximal precision, and to eliminate artifacts that can ruin your results. Presentation has unique stimulus delivery capabilities (3D virtual reality, streaming video, four channel independent audio, MatLab generated stimuli, etc.) and incorporates special features for experiments using psychophysics, eye movements, fMRI, ERP, MEG and single neuron recording.

PsyScope von J. D. Cohen, M. Flatt, B. MacWhinney und J. Provost
PsyScope is an integrated enviroment for designing and running psychology experiments on Macintosh computers. The primary goal of PsyScope is to give psychology students and trained researchers, alike, a tool that allows them to design experiments without the need for programming. PsyScope relies on the interactive, graphic environment provided by Macintosh computers to accomplish this goal. The standard components of a psychology experiment - groups, blocks, trials and factors - are all represented graphically, and experiments are constructed by working with these elements in interactive windows and dialogs.
PsyScope development has ceased and the program is not updated for new versions of the operating system. However, several users are currently involved in a project designed to update PsyScope for MacOSX. If you are interested in this project, please go to the page maintained by Luca Bonatti.

Psychophysica für Mathematica von A. B. Watson am NASA Vision Group
Psychophysica is a collection of Mathematica Notebooks containing functions for collecting and analyzing data in psychophysical experiments. The components at this time are,, and Cinematica.

Psychophysics Toolbox für MatLab von D. Brainard, D. Pelli und A. Ingling
The Psychophysics Toolbox is a free set of MatLab functions for vision research. It interfaces between MatLab and the computer hardware. The Psychtoolbox's core routines provide access to the display frame buffer and color lookup table, allow synchronization with the vertical retrace, support millisecond timing, and facilitate the collection of observer responses. Ancillary routines support common needs like color space transformations and the QUEST threshold seeking algorithm. The Showtime extension (formerly called "QT") makes it easy to save dynamic stimuli as QuickTime movie files that can be displayed on the web.

PyEPL von A. Geller am Department of Psychology an der Pennsylvania University und anderen
PyEPL (the Python Experiment-Programming Library) is a Python library which allows cross-platform and object-oriented coding of psychology experiments. It provides functions for displaying text and images onscreen, as well as playing and recording sound, and is capable of rendering 3D virtual environments for spatial-navigation tasks. It interfaces with Activewire USB cards for synchronization of experimental events with physiological recordings. It is currently tested for Mac OS X and Linux.

STIM von James Long Company
STIM is an auditory and visual stimulus presentation and laboratory control system.

STIM von NeuroScan
Stim is a combination of hardware and software which can present audio and visual stimuli to subjects. The system is fully programmable and allows for any imaginable combination of stimuli. TTL outputs guarantee synchronisation with EEG/EP workstations, but the software can also be used stand-alone for psychological evaluations.

SigPlay von Tucker-Davis Technologies
SigPlay provides an easy to use Windows interface for presenting auditory stimuli. SigPlay can control your entire experiment by providing a trigger to your data collection system or you can choose to control the SigPlay system with an external trigger source.

Stimscope is an experiment generator. It is a software package initially developed for psychology experiments. But it can be used for experiments in other fields of study as well. Stimscope can present visual stimuli on screen and will record responses and timings. Stimscope is especially useful for making delayed matching tasks with a 2 alternatives forced choice (2AFC). This means a picture is shown on screen, then a second one is presented. The subject has to make a response following the second picture.

StimulDX von Brain Innovation
StimulDX is based on Microsofts DirectX API. It will be available for free in the near future.

SuperLab Pro von Cedrus
SuperLab Pro is an experimental lab software for building experiments, running them on subjects, and collecting data. You can use it to build most types of experiments that require presenting visual stimuli on the screen, auditory stimuli via speakers, controlling or synchronizing with lab equipment such as fMRI, EEG, shutters, and so forth. The collected data, which includes reaction time, is saved in text-only file which can be read by almost all spreadsheet or statistics software.

VisionShell PPC von R. Comtois
The Vision Shell package was created with the goal of providing a programming environment in which programs used for scientific experimentation are easy to create and run on the Macintosh. The Vision Shell hides many of the Macintosh programming intricacies by setting up a standard environment in which to conduct experiments. It is especially well suited to psychophysics and psychology experiments.

VPixx von VPixx Technologies
The VPixx program is the easiest way to generate and present frame-synchronized animated stimuli within the context of a testing paradigm. VPixx supplies you with powerful features which allow you to easily manage complex dynamic stimuli, and experimental designs, all within a single user-friendly Macintosh application.

VideoToolbox von D. Pelli am Department of Psychology der New York University
The VideoToolbox is a collection of two hundred C subroutines and several demo and utility programs for visual psychophysics with Macintosh computers. It should be useful to anyone who wants to present accurately specified visual stimuli or use the Mac for psychometric experiments.

VisonWorks von Vision Research Graphics
VisionWorks is a family of software products for the vision researcher that are designed to run on a PC-based system running under Windows using conventional upper end VGA graphics cards. The products include menu-driven stimulus generation, menu-driven psychophysics, and special interfaces for visual neurophysiology.

Experiment Builder von SR Research
The SR Research Experiment Builder (SREB) is a visual experiment creation tool for use by Psychologists and Neuroscientists. The SREB is designed to be easy to use while maintaining a high degree of flexibility. This unique design combination allows for a wide range of experimental paradigms to be created without any need for programming or scripting expertise.

WWW Survey Assistant , SplayPicts und MultiSound von S-Ware
WWW Survey Assistant was designed specifically for web surveying. It has run-time range/type checking, can perform tailored computations based on the user's responses, allows the administrator to specifiy which questions cannot be left blank. It can selectively present feedback to the user based on their response(s). It can present a summary of all participants' responses to each user. It filters out respondent's resubmissions and allows only access to respondents from the domain(s) you specify.
SplayPicts is a tachistoscope Macintosh software for visual psychophysics experiments.
MultiSound is a psychoacoustic experiment delivery software for the Amiga microcomputer.

WinVis von Neurometrics Institute
WinVis is a new approach to designing Vision & Neuroscience experiments. WinVis has two main components. WinVis for MatLab is a plugin for MatLab that provides detailed control over your Computer, turning your PC into a versatile testing platform. WinVis Online provides object-oriented Stimulus, Trial, and Experiment design tools over the web.

WebExp Experimental Software von M. Corley et al. vom HCRC an der University of Edinburgh
WebExp is a set of Java classes for conducting psychological experiments over the Word Wide Web.

Weitere Überblicksseiten:
Experiment Generators in Psychology Teaching and Research von N. Hammond und A. Trapp

Pilotage von A. Desrochers an der University of Ottawa



Darbietungs- und Steuerungsgeräte

Spezielle Geräte zur Darbietung und Steuerung von psychologischen Experimenten

NESU-Box von HasoMed
Die NESU-Box dient zur Steuerung psycholinguistischer Experimente insbesondere zur Diagnostik und Therapie von Sprechstörungen. An die Nesu-Box werden Mikrophone, Taster, Kopfhörer u.a. angeschlossen. Der Patient kann mit diversen Ton- oder Lichtreizen zeitlich hochgenau stimuliert werden. Die freie Programmierung komplexer Experimente ist möglich.


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