- Overview of theories of attention
- Creating Dalton & Fraenkel (2012) in Task Builder
- Creating Dalton & Fraenkel (2012) in Experiment Builder
- Analysing Dalton & Fraenkel (2012) using Excel & JASP
- Advanced data processing of Dalton & Fraenkel (2012) using RStudio & JASP
If you're a researcher, or student, wanting to run an online behavioural (reaction time) experiment quickly and easily, this is the course for you! Gorilla Experiment Builder allows you to create online behavioural experiments using an intuitive graphical interface without needing to code.
On this course you'll learn about the psychological theories and key experiments in the field of selective attention. You'll see step-by-step how to design and deploy a psychology experiment online using the Gorilla Experiment Builder. Finally, we'll walk through both basic and advanced approaches to organising and analysing your data so that you get results fast.
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About the instructors
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Client Liaison at Gorilla
For the last 15yrs, Dr Balsters has worked in academia (Royal Holloway University of London, Trinity College Dublin, ETH Zürich) and industry (GlaxoSmithKline, Nielsen Consumer Neuroscience, Cauldron Science) investigating a wide range of topics in the fields of psychology, neuroscience, and behavioural economics.
Dr Balsters is currently Client Liaison for Cauldron Science, where he develops and analyses online behavioural science projects for academia and industry.
Joshua explains concepts clearly with real world examples, and relates them to psychological experiments, and models. I'm eager to watch the next video.
Josh made this a fun and entertaining learning experience, while explaining the concepts in the field of selective attention expertly. And of course, how to create the experiment using different tools for them. I can recommend this short course!
Josh is an excellent lecturer and explains concepts so clearly that he makes it seem easy! I loved the specific experiment, exciting to see the classic gorilla study replicate in a different modality!
Engaging lecture with well explained concepts and brilliant gorilla tutorial!