A Brief History of Web Experimenting


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MUSCH, Jochen, Ulf-Dietrich REIPS, 2000. A Brief History of Web Experimenting. In: Psychological Experiments on the Internet. Elsevier, pp. 61-87. ISBN 978-0-12-099980-4

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Reips, Ulf-Dietrich deposit-license 2014-08-20T19:08:27Z 2000 Musch, Jochen Reips, Ulf-Dietrich Musch, Jochen Psychological experiments on the internet / ed. by Michael H. Birnbaum. - San Diego [u.a.] : Academic Pr., 2000. - S. 61-87. - ISBN 0-12-099980-3 A Brief History of Web Experimenting 2014-08-20T19:08:27Z This chapter discusses the history of Web-based research experiments. The computerized experimenting was first introduced in 1970s. It revolutionized traditional laboratory research with its attractive new features such as standardized and controlled presentation of stimuli, item-branching capabilities, immediacy of data entry, elimination of missing responses, elimination of transcription costs and errors, and accurate measurements of response times. Today, most human experimental research in psychology is aided by computer automation. Usage of extending computerized experimenting beyond single PCs, local computer networks is collecting data rapidly and programs are being written in high-level languages such as C<sup>++</sup>, Pascal, or Delphi, or with program packages such as Super-Lab, Psy-Scope and MEL to optimize the data collecting tools in order to get quality data. Although, at the moment, the number of Web experiments is still small, a rapid growth can be predicted on the basis of the present result. eng

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