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Psychology Experiment Building Language

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PEBL (Psychology Experiment Building Language) is a system designed for creating psychology and neuroscience experiments and tests. It is cross-platform, with the intention to run the same experiment, unchanged, on Linux, Windows, and Macintosh PCs.

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    I used PEBL for the Corsi block-tapping test and the Simon Task. As far as the Corsi test goes, PEBL was great. Easy to use, and explaint to participants how to do it. The data output was clear and easy to read. Unfortunately, the same can't be said for the Simon Task. Although the test it self was good, the data output was not clear to read. I needed to know which trials were congruent and incongruent. Unfortunately, this was not clearly shown on the excel files. I worked things around and manually wrote down what each trial was and cross-referenced it with the excel sheet however, even then nothing made sense. The column labeled "type" was the logical assumption as it had only two options, 1 and 2 (congruent or in congruent, or so I thought). When I matched what I wrote with the "type" column they didn't correspond. Trials that were congruent were both type 1 and 2. How is this possible? Does this mean that column "type" is for something else and the test doesn't record whether or not the trials were congruent or incongruent? The wiki article accompanied with the task has very little information, as so does the task on PEBL.

    Posted 09/28/2017
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    good work, efforts appreciated

    Posted 06/08/2016
  • 1 of 5 2 of 5 3 of 5 4 of 5 5 of 5

    Excellent tool! I look forward to using it and learning much more about it over the coming weeks and months.

    Posted 05/11/2015
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    excelent program and battery

    Posted 01/22/2015
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    That's what I call a useful tool! I like it a lot!

    Posted 05/14/2013
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