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Re: Perceptual experiments

 Tucker Davis' SykoFizX software has a lot of "canned" paradigms which
can be modified (although not as easily as the advertisements

ECoS (by avaaz innovations)is easy to use, but is not very flexible.

Barbara E. Acker-Mills, Ph.D.
Acoustics Branch
Aircrew Protection Division
U.S. Army Aeromedical Research Laboratory
P.O. Box 620577
Fort Rucker, AL 36362-0577

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From: AUDITORY Research in Auditory Perception
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Sent: Wednesday, February 01, 2006 9:19 AM
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Subject: Re: Perceptual experiments

As long as we are all throwing our 2 cents in, I'd suggest Matlab as a
great place to start.  It has the advantage of being a single
environment in which you can design stimuli, collect and analyze data
and perform model simulations.  It also provides a very flexible
graphical output mechanism.  In addition, the number of labs using it is
very large, providing a wide range of fellow-users to draw upon.

In terms of programming, I have written experiments in Max/MSP,
Psyscope, Pascal and Matlab and find Matlab to be a wonderful compromise
between high-level opaque programs and low-level, steep-learning-curve

Erick Gallun
Hearing Research Center
Boston University