For problems on any experiments listed below, or to report any other problem, please contact M. Birnbaum. Please include the URL in your email of the study on you wish to comment and the URL of the site that referred you to the study. (You may need to use the BACK key to find that URL). Click here to Contact Webmaster
CSUF Students should complete these in the order listed, keeping a record to make sure none has been skipped. CSUF students who want credit toward their class assignment must first complete the registration, instructions, and informed consent form. Please make note of the time when you start and the time when you finish. If you want CSUF credit, the entire set should be done in one session. There is no incentive to rush: if you finish early, you should start over from part 1 and continue the tasks in order until you have worked for 2 hours. We are recording the time to make each choice, so please do not take any breaks and be sure before you start that you will be able to complete the task without interruption. If these rules do not fit your schedule, please do NOT do this study.
For more information about On-line research in psychology and the behavioral sciences, see the following books:
Birnbaum, M. H. (Ed.). (2000). Psychological Experiments on the Internet. San Diego: Academic Press.
Birnbaum, M. H. (2001). Introduction to Behavioral Research on the Internet. Upper Saddle River, NJ: Prentice Hall.
This material is based upon work supported by the National
Science Foundation under Grants No. SBR-9410572, SES-9986436, and BCS-0129453.
Any opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this
material are those of the author and do not necessarily reflect the views of
the National Science Foundation