Only open to MSc Psychology (research) students
In this course, students get an introduction into the use of programming languages and standard packages for the programming of psychological experiments (using E-Prime and its programming language E-Basic) and surveys (using Qualtrics). At the end of this course you will be able to program your own psychological experiments, an essential skill for students who aim to pursue a PhD in Psychology after their Master's.
This course wil enable students:
* To understand how to use the E-Prime user interface
* To acquire skills to program a simple psychological experiment in E-Prime
* To learn the elementary commands and statements used in the programming language E-Basic and to understand how you can apply them in programming psychological experiments; and
* To acquire skills to use Qualtrics for designing web surveys.
For the timetables of your lectures, work groups and exams, please select your study programme in:
Work group sessions coming soon
Students need to enroll for lectures and work group sessions.
Master’s course registration
Students are not automatically enrolled for an examination. They can register via uSis from 100 to 10 calendar days before the date. Students who are not registered will not be permitted to take the examination.
Mode of instruction
The course consists of:
* 10 2-hour lectures
* 10 2-hour practical sessions
Programming an E-Prime experiment within a time limit of 3 hours.
The Institute of Psychology follows the policy of the Faculty of Social and Behavioural Sciences to systematically check student papers for plagiarism with the help of software. Disciplinary measures will be taken when fraud is detected. Students are expected to be familiar with and understand the implications of this fraud policy.
Spapé M.M., Verdonschot, R.G., Van Dantzig, S., & van Steenbergen, H. (2014) The E-Primer: An introduction to creating psychological experiments in E-Prime. Leiden: Leiden University Press. ISBN: 978 90 8728 183 0
Dr. Henk van Steenbergen