This year, I decided to learn how to present cognitive psychology experiments online. Five months in, I’m happy with my progress.
Before I present the experiment I have spent the past few months working on, here are a few things I have learned from the experience so far.
3) It is very quick and very easy to learn how to code functionally… if it works – it is generally functional. It is much more difficult to learn how to code both elegantly and functionally. I do not know how to code elegantly and I don’t think I ever will. (I’m not flippant about this either. This is something I would really like to learn how to do).
5) Web security is a subject on which I have very little knowledge.
6) Sending information from a browser to a server is a pain in the arse.
And finally, here is the experiment:
It is a fairly straightforward recognition experiment, takes about 15 minutes to complete and should provide data for use in a larger project, so do feel free to take it as seriously as you want. As I have already mentioned, it works on an iPad, and I thoroughly recommend you give it a go this way if you have access to one.