PEBL is software for creating psychology experiments. PEBL offers a simple programming language tailor-made for creating and conducting simple experiments.
|Tags||education Computer Aided Instruction (CAI) Testing multimedia Graphics Presentation Scientific/Engineering Medical Science Neuroscience Software Development Compilers Interpreters|
|Operating Systems||Windows OS Independent POSIX Linux|
Release Notes: Internationalization and handling of graphics were improved. Much more was done.
Release Notes: Highlights of the new release include better handling of international fonts and a survey script that allows you to collect survey responses by editing a spreadsheet file.
Release Notes: This version offers many fixes and improvements, including additional drawing functions, ten new tests in the test battery, and better robustness on Windows.
Release Notes: This version sports better handling of international character encodings (if you save in UTF-8), a number of bugfixes, some new functions related to statistical analysis, updates to the test battery, including new tests, a Vigilance task, the Hungry Donkey Task (a risk/gambling task for children), a version of Sperling's partial report procedure thought to be able to detect Alzheimer's at an early stage, and a skeletal tower of London.
Release Notes: This version includes a number of useful functions, improved documentation, new fonts, and the ability to do simple TCP/IP networking. Three supplementary packages are now available: the PEBL Image Archive, the PEBL sound archive, and the PEBL Test Battery. The Test battery represents an initial attempt to cover a number of standard tasks used in psychological and neuropsych testing, including versions of the Wisconsin Card Sort, Iowa Gambling task, Test of Variables of Attention, and a number of others.