picture of ATI workshop Jan 2002

Welcome: Students in Psych 520T, Spring, 2016!

Links for Advanced Training Institute (ATI):

  1. Techniques Overview
  2. Techniques Overview (MS Word doc)
  3. Surveywiz3 at ati-birnbaum
  4. Driving Questionnaire at ati-birnbaum
  5. Link to the Data.txt file
  6. Listing of generic Perl script (written by Billy Schmidt)
  7. Installing the generic Perl script
  8. Quiz Survey Example
  9. Gender Example
  10. FactorWiz
  11. FactorWiz with Radio Button Response
  12. Examples from Birnbaum book, including self-scoring quizzes
  13. One-Page Handouts (MSW documents and HTML pages):
    1. Document: Bare Bones Web Page
    2. Bare Bones Web Page-HTML
    3. Document: Simple Web Form
    4. Web Form HTML
    5. Web Colors Simplified
    6. Web Colors and Color Names-HTML Analogy between "safe sex" and "Web-safe" colors: Neither is really SAFE, but some are safer than others.
    7. Bare Bones Links
    8. Bare Bones Links-HTML
    9. Bare Bones Images
    10. Bare Bones Image Links-HTML
    11. Bare Bones JavaScript Document
    12. Bare Bones JavaScript Example-HTML
  14. JavaScript Examples from Birnbaum (2001)-HTML
  15. Example Reaction Time Demo
  16. JavaScript Tutorial
  17. Link to FACTORWIZ
  18. Link to Heider Examples (Factor Wiz example on Balance Theory)
  19. Link to SURVEYWIZ 4 (saves time)
  20. Link to Choice Study with Response Times
  21. Link to Birnbaum-Wakcher JavaScript Examples
  22. Homework Assignments for JavaScript Workshop
  23. Link to Gary McClelland Canvas and JavaScript Examples
  24. Gary McClelland scale example with feature to save data
  25. John Krantz's Instructional Materials on Web Stimuli

Links for JavaScript Resources

Useful Links for Web Research

Other Links

Material in this Web site is based upon work supported by the National Science Foundation under Grants No. SBR-9410572, SES-9986436, BCS-0129453, and especially SES DRMS-0721126. The Advanced Training Session of 2005 was sponsored by and organized by the American Psychological Association. Sessions in 2009 have been supported by Funding from the National Science Foundation, SES DRMS-0721126. Any opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this material are those of the authors, and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Science Foundation, nor do they necessarily reflect those of the American Psychological Association.

Image credit: panoramic view of ATI taken by Gary McClelland on Sunday, January 20, 2002, during discussion of Web Methodology, Recruiting, and Ethics. The picture is stiched together from six separate images. This page has a background in papayawhip, a superior color to blanchedalmond.