The E-Primer
Title
The E-Primer
Subtitle
An Introduction to Creating Psychological Experiments in E-Prime®
Price
€ 29,50
ISBN
9789087283209
Format
Paperback
Number of pages
244
Language
English
Publication date
Dimensions
17 x 24 cm
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eBook PDF - € 105,99
Table of Contents
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Table of Contents
Introduction
What is E-Prime® and what will I learn?
Why should I learn E-Prime®?
Online support
Chapter I: E-Prime® at a glance
Chapter II: Attributes, Slides and more on Lists
Chapter III: Sound, movies, hardware, and nested Lists
Chapter IV: Beginning programming in E-Prime®
Chapter V: Decision making in E-Basic
Chapter VI: Loops and Arrays in E-Basic
Chapter VII: Interactions between Slide objects and the Mouse
Chapter VIII: Various Input/Output devices
Reference List
Appendix: Overview of available E-Objects
About the authors
Index

The E-Primer

An Introduction to Creating Psychological Experiments in E-Prime®

"E-Prime® is the leading software suite by Psychology Software Tools for designing and running Psychology lab experiments. The E-Primer is the perfect accompanying guide: It provides all the necessary knowledge to make E-Prime accessible to everyone. You can learn the tools of Psychological science by following the E-Primer through a series of entertaining, step-by-step recipes that recreate classic experiments. The updated E-Primer expands its proven combination of simple explanations, interesting tutorials and fun exercises, and makes even the novice student quickly confident to create their dream experiment. Featuring: * Learn the basic and advanced features of E-Studio’s flexible user interface * 15 step-by-step tutorials let you replicate classic experiments from all Psychology fields * Learn to write custom code in E-Basic without having any previous experience in programming * Second edition completely revised for E-Prime 3 * Based on 10+ years of teaching E-Prime to undergraduates, postgraduates, and colleagues * Used by Psychology Software Tools to train their own staff!"
Authors

R. Verdonschot

Rinus Verdonschot is an assistant professor and works in Japan

M. Spapé

Michiel Spapé is senior researcher at the University of Helsinki, Finland.

Henk van Steenbergen

|Henk van Steenbergen obtained his PhD in Cognitive Neuroscience at the Cognitive Psychology Unit of Leiden University, where he is currently working as an assistant professor.