A portal for the methodology of Internet-based research and teaching. Here you will find links to most of the services and resources described below.
Comprehensive interactive Web-based archives for Internet-based experiments and Web surveys. Largest such database world-wide, along with the exponnet site by John Krantz. Searchable by category. Add your own Internet-based studies!
A system for generating and teaching Web-based and lab-based experiments. Now approaching 2500 users (experimenters – participants are in the 100’000s).
Play along in arcade shooting games and have fun – thereby providing data to science! Or, as an experimenter: design your own stroop-like game experiments and ask your friends to have fun. Requires download of the shockwave plug-in.
A Web site that interactively supports the correct choice of the statistical procedure that matches a given type of data and experimental design. Visualizes the design and types of hypotheses, creates a checklist for the experimenter.
A Web service for the analysis of server log files, particularly from Internet-based experiments.
A Web-based Big Five personality test with immediate feedback that has been validated for use on the Internet (available in Spanish, English and German). As a researcher you may simply add this test to your own study and later receive your data from us – click the link to see how.
Here is where you should attempt to publish your Internet-based research.