Research Computing >> Software >> MediaLab
Windows: MediaLab for Windows version 2012.4.130 is installed in the machines at the Jacobs Behavioral Laboratories (Room 370, Breakout Rooms, and Room 480).
Personal copies: Kellogg faculty and doctoral students can also install MediaLab on their office workstation. Please contact Simone Cavallaro to obtain a license for MediaLab on your office workstation.
MediaLab is a software package developed by Empirisoft for the creation of computerized multi-media psychological experiments and questionnaires.
The chief advantages of MediaLab are its ease of implementation (no formal programming required) and its flexibility with regard to multimedia presentation (image, video, sound).
An additional advantage of MediaLab is its modularity: particular components of an experiment, from the core manipulations to distractor tasks, from cognitive load manipulations to self-esteem scales, from cued recalls to thought-listings, may be created independently and saved as separate files. Such files may then be plugged into separate experiments.
In Kellogg's Behavioral Laboratories workstations, look for the MediaLab icon under the Start menu.
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