great result for DMDX. an outdated version of psychopi did not perform so well, but make sure you read the comment section – current version should perform much better.
is an open source eprime clone in python. this looks very interesting.
Behavior 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:
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.
We finished our manuscript describing ScriptingRT and its evaluation. It’s submitted for publication now, and available here. Comments and suggestions are more than welcome.
… with Arduino and collect them with E-Prime. Learn here how.
(2012 was the year of programming, but 2013 will be the year of making stuff).