Conducting real-time multiplayer experiments on the web

@article{Hawkins2015ConductingRM,
  title={Conducting real-time multiplayer experiments on the web},
  author={Robert X. D. Hawkins},
  journal={Behavior Research Methods},
  year={2015},
  volume={47},
  pages={966-976}
}
  • Robert X. D. Hawkins
  • Published 2015
  • Computer Science, Medicine
  • Behavior Research Methods
  • Group behavior experiments require potentially large numbers of participants to interact in real time with perfect information about one another. In this paper, we address the methodological challenge of developing and conducting such experiments on the web, thereby broadening access to online labor markets as well as allowing for participation through mobile devices. In particular, we combine a set of recent web development technologies, including Node.js with the Socket.io module, HTML5… CONTINUE READING
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