Resources to Learn Experimental Programming

Some of y'all might need to program experiments (e.g., psychology, neuroscience, psycholinguistics, etc.). Therefore, you'll need to learn how to build them!

This page will include some resources on how to create your own experiments (FREE!).

PsychoPy is an open source (i.e., free) software package written in the Python programming language primarily for, but not limited to, use in neuroscience or psychology research.

No training or background in programming is requires to learn PsychPy.

For a tutorial on how to program your experiments using this tool, you can refer to the button below.

Created by Dr. Josh de Leeuw, a psychology professor at Vassar College, jsPsych is a JavaScript library for running behavioral experiments in a web browser. The library provides a flexible framework for building a wide range of laboratory-like experiments that can be run online.

No training or background in programming is requires to learn jsPsych.

For a tutorial on how to program your experiments using this tool, you can refer to the button below.