E-Prime

E-Prime® is a suite of applications to fulfill all of your computerized experiment needs. With more than 100,000 users in research institutions and laboratories in over 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.

The E-Prime® suite of applications includes:
•E-Studio – Drag and drop graphical interface for experiment design
•E-Basic – Underlying scripting language of E-Prime
•E-Run – Once the experiment is generated with a single click, E-Run affords you the millisecond precision of stimulus presentation, synchronizations, and data collection.
•E-Merge – Merges your single session data files for group analysis
•E-DataAid – Data management utility
•E-Recovery – Recovers data files

Specifications

Category:Experimental Control
License:E-Prime License

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A sensory signature that distinguishes true from false memories. posted by Nina Preuss on Dec 16, 2017