PsychMate® is a library of experiments designed to provide a means for exposing students to classic and current experiments in psychology, as well as to teach students about research methods and data collection. Students participate in real experiments, not simple demonstrations or simulations!
VR Worlds 2 is designed for the creation and execution of neurobehavioral studies. The VR Worlds 2 platform allows accurate, real-time data collection of the navigation and interactions within a simulated environment. Bundled with the content package of your choice, you are free to design and perform custom or predefined experiments tailored to your personal research or clinical needs.
The Computer Assessment of Mild Cognitive Impairment (CAMCI®) is a self-administered, user-friendly screening tool. CAMCI is designed to provide the level of risk that the individual's cognitive performance would fall within the range of MCI if tested on a comprehensive neuropsychological test battery and reviewed by expert neuropsychologists.
MoTrak® software uses Ascension Technology's Flock of Birds. The sensor attached to the subject's head determines the position of the head in space relative to the transmitter. The sensor records angular rotations as well as positional displacements from an initially calibrated position.
SimFx software simulates the ambient scanner sound and the active scanning noise. Four sound files can be played simultaneously. SimFx also has the capability to accept input from an experimental paradigm which can be used to simulate how the scanner synchronization pulse triggers an experiment.
BrainVoyager QX is a highly optimized and user-friendly software package for the analysis and visualization of multi-modal brain imaging data, not only for structural and functional magnetic resonance imaging data sets but, since BVQX version 2.0, also for EEG and MEG data sets in combination with MR measurements.
BESA (Brain Electrical Source Analysis) is the most widely used software for source analysis and dipole localization in EEG and MEG research. BESA has been developed on the basis of 20 years experience in human brain research by Michael Scherg, University of Heidelberg, and Patrick Berg, University of Konstanz.