Paper on Arduino in press at Behavior Research Methods

IMG_8401 - CopyBehavior Research Methods today kindly accepted our paper on how to use the Arduino platform for collecting response latencies in cognitive science research. It focuses on E-Prime, but demonstrates also use of the Arduino Leonardo with DMDX.

Here is the accepted (uncorrected) manuscript:

Schubert, T. W., D’Ausilio, A., & Canto, R. (in press). Using Arduino microcontroller boards to measure response latencies. Behavior Research Methods.

The code itself is now hosted on a project page of the Open Science Framework.

UPDATE: The paper is now online at the BRM site. BRM is an electronic only journal.