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Ting Qian

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Executive Director of FindingFive

New Feature Preview: Mouse Tracking is Ready for Testing!

Tracking mouse movement on a trial allows researchers to get a glimpse into the decision-making process underlying participant responses. If only FindingFive supports mouse tracking as well…oh, hey! Mouse tracking is coming to FindingFive! Brain dead easy Following the same modular design of all stimuli and responses in a FindingFive study, implementing mouse tracking on FindingFive is brain dead easy…

Create “Compensation HITs” for Mechanical Turk Workers with Three Clicks!

Since the inception of our platform, FindingFive has always provided a relatively seamless experience of launching studies on Amazon Mechanical Turk as “Human Intelligence Tasks” (aka, HITs). Recently, we further improved this process by introducing the “New Session Wizard”, which has received positive feedback – thanks y’all! The integration of a FindingFive study with Mechanical Turk is in fact one…

Conditional Branching is coming to FindingFive!

Note that the code examples on this page are outdated. Please refer to the FindingFive study grammar for how to use conditional branching on FindingFive. A common design in many behavioral studies is to show participants different sequences of trials that are conditional on participants’ previous responses. For example, in a typical learning study that features a training phase and…

Rapidly Prototyping a Study on FindingFive: How long does it take?

FindingFive aims to help researchers quickly prototype a study, but how quickly can one actually create a study on FindingFive? In this post, we’ll try to give an empirical answer to this question. Method We decided to look at one particular measure: the number of days between the moment a new study came into existence and the moment the study…