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Re: Perceptual experiments

Hej Tarun,

I found myself with the same question at the beginning of my PhD two years ago. I don't have experience with any special software for perceptual experiments. Well, since you mentioned you are completely new to this I assume you are at the starting point of your research, so, I would strongly recommend you to learn a programming language (if you don't know one already) and program your experiments yourself. I know it might look scaring at the beginning but certainly pays off. The main advantage I see, is that there are no black boxes in your experiment chain, you can have complete control over it and adjust everything as you wish. If you focus on learning object- oriented programming you will realize that you can easily reuse code for further experiments without spending so much time.


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On Jan 31, 2006, at 2:24 PM, Tarun Pruthi wrote:

Hi all,

I plan to do some perceptual experiments during the course of my research here. Since, I am completely new to this, I wanted to know if there are any softwares that help in doing perceptual experiments (organising stimuli, collecting results, designing questionairre, making the interface etc)?

Thanks and Regards

Tarun Pruthi
Graduate Research Assistant, ECE
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