E-Prime® is a suite of applications to fulfill all of your computerized experiment needs. Used by more than 5,000 research institutions and laboratories in more than 60 countries, E-Prime® provides a truly easy-to-use environment for computerized experiment design, data collection, and analysis. E-Prime® provides millisecond precision timing to ensure the accuracy of your data. E-Prime's flexibility to create simple to complex experiments is ideal for both novice and advanced users.
PsychMate® is a library of experiments designed to provide a means for exposing students to classic and current experiments in psychology, as well as to teach students about research methods and data collection. Students participate in real experiments, not simple demonstrations or simulations!
CAMCI®-Research is a customizable battery of tasks to assess cognitive performance. CAMCI-Research is computer-administered and self-paced, ensuring standard administration and scoring. There are 9 behavioral tasks and a series of self-report questions to gain information from the participant (e.g., percieved memory loss, alcohol use, depression, anxiety, etc.).
MoTrak® software uses Ascension Technology's Flock of Birds. The sensor attached to the subject's head determines the position of the head in space relative to the transmitter. The sensor records angular rotations as well as positional displacements from an initially calibrated position.
SimFx software simulates the ambient scanner sound and the active scanning noise. Four sound files can be played simultaneously. SimFx also has the capability to accept input from an experimental paradigm which can be used to simulate how the scanner synchronization pulse triggers an experiment.
BrainVoyager is a powerful neuroimaging software package for data management and data analysis. It started as a tool for the analysis of anatomical and functional MRI data sets but has evolved over the years into a multi-modal analysis tool for fMRI, DTI, EEG and MEG data.
BESA (Brain Electrical Source Analysis) is the most widely used software for source analysis and dipole localization in EEG and MEG research. BESA has been developed on the basis of 20 years experience in human brain research by Michael Scherg, University of Heidelberg, and Patrick Berg, University of Konstanz.