That’s why we created Gorilla. Gorilla is a browser-based behavioural research platform designed to help experimental psychologists and behavioural scientists run experiments on humans online without needing to write a line of code. This allow researchers to get their research out of the lab and collect data at scale using participants pools. It’s fast to create tasks and fast to collect data. As one client said, “The suffering free version of running experiments!”
Seeing is Believing
Changing Content On A Trial-by-Trial Basis
It all starts with the spreadsheet. Tell Gorilla which content to show on which screens and in what order. You can easily randomise the order by adding simple (and complex) randomisation rules. Better still, you can preview the randomisation you’ve programmed in the tool, so you’re confident it’s working correctly.
What You See Is What You Get
Like in PowerPoint, you can easily add elements to the screen, then drag them and resize them to make a pleasing and user-friendly participant experience. Once you’re happy, you can then test how the layout will scale on different screen sizes, so that you are confident about what your participants will be seeing.
There’s A Component For Everything
It’s easy to add new components that do exactly what you need. The feedback component comes complete with a tick and a cross (and you can customise these) and Gorilla knows to give feedback appropriately. There’s a component for everything and you can also combine components to create emergent functionality. Popular components include: Audio Playback, Audio Recording, Drawing, Mouse tracking, Eye tracking, and the Progress Bar.
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