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Tutorial: Adjusting the timing of stimuli with barriers

This is the first in a series of three tutorials that will cover how to adjust timing of stimuli, responses, and trials in your FindingFive study. Many studies rely on components that must run for a certain amount of time before another study element occurs. For example, you might have a trial where an audio clip should play through completely…

Tutorial: Recording participant responses

FindingFive allows you to record a number of different types of participant responses. This blog post will cover the basics of how to collect your data using choice responses, ratings, free-text responses, and audio responses, along with a few ways to customize various types of responses. Soliciting choice responses A common response to solicit from participants is a choice among…

Crash Course Part 2: Running Your Study

FindingFive allows you to quickly and easily design experiments for deployment on the web. In this crash course, we will take a detailed tour through some of FindingFive’s features by designing a simple memory study: a modification of Tulving (1975). We highly recommend you follow through this example carefully before creating your own experiment. To see a working demo of…

Crash Course Part 1: Building Your Study

FindingFive allows you to quickly and easily design experiments for deployment on the web. In this crash course, we will take a detailed tour through some of FindingFive’s features by designing a simple memory study: a modification of Tulving (1975). We highly recommend you follow through this example carefully before creating your own experiment. To see a working demo of…