Collecting response times using Amazon Mechanical Turk and Adobe Flash.

@article{Simcox2014CollectingRT,
  title={Collecting response times using Amazon Mechanical Turk and Adobe Flash.},
  author={Travis Simcox and Julie A. Fiez},
  journal={Behavior research methods},
  year={2014},
  volume={46 1},
  pages={
          95-111
        }
}
Crowdsourcing systems like Amazon's Mechanical Turk (AMT) allow data to be collected from a large sample of people in a short amount of time. This use has garnered considerable interest from behavioral scientists. So far, most experiments conducted on AMT have focused on survey-type instruments because of difficulties inherent in running many experimental paradigms over the Internet. This study investigated the viability of presenting stimuli and collecting response times using Adobe Flash to… CONTINUE READING
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