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Cataloged Resource Summary

 

Title

Mouselab

Categories

Information and Uncertainty
General Experimental Methods

Type

Software Tool

Description

The MOUSELAB program can be used to present the instructions for an experiment, present decision problems using one of four general types of screens or "schemas," and automatically record what information was acquired, the duration of the acquisition, search order, and the final judgment or choice. Response times are recorded to an accuracy of 1/60th of a second. In addition to MOUSELAB, the decision laboratory software includes a program called BISECT that can be used in the analysis and reduction of the data generated from the process tracing studies. A final set of programs allow the randomization and counterbalancing of MOUSELAB input files. The programs that make up the mouse decision laboratory software are coded in Microsoft Pascal, Version 4.0, with some of the auxiliary programs for data analysis written in Borland's Turbo Pascal.

URL

http://www.cebiz.org/mouselab/MouseLab.htm
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