Simulated data follow relationships taken from the recent
psychological literature (Journal of Comparative Psychology,
Journal of Experimental Psychology: General, Journal of
Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and
). Data are displayed on a scatter-plot, which can be
printed. Analysis options include Regression & the comparison of
means, and data can be saved for further analysis. The 25 systems
simulated from experimental psychology are listed below.
1. Optical patterns and depth perception
2. Visual perception of lifted weight
3. Sweetness of sugar mixtures
4. Displacement discrimination and display delays
5. Display size and reaction time
6. Stimulus onset asynchrony with target and masker
7. Pain perception with shock plus sound
8. Size perception by children
9. Memory retrieval and Sternberg tasks
10. Conversations with experts & novices: place references
11. Pictures in sentences and memory
12. Alcohol effects and accuracy of recall
13. Random behavior and the role of feedback
14. Mirror-images and learning curves
15. Practice effects in backward masking
16. Mental rotation of objects and rotation angle
17. Reaction time and number of choices
18. Picture perception and level of luminance
19. Search asymmetry - targets and distractors
20. Identification of words and pseudowords
21. Reading rotated words
22. Visual attention and stimulus identification
23. Size and visual processing of faces
24. Size and visual processing of words
25. Biparental care system in the California Mouse
Experimental Psychology Data Simulation
(Program No. 106-32W or No. 106-32M)
for WINDOWS (NT, 98, Me, Xp) or Macintosh (Classic, OS X)
$ 69.95
Gives a general discription of the use of data simulations with students