The ACME Research and Study Group conducted the first session of the Matlab/Psychtoolbox workshop
The first session of the Matlab/Psychtoolbox Workshop organized by the 'Attention, Computational Models and Eye Movements' (ACME) Research and Study Group took place on March 25, at the School of Psychology.
During the first session participants were introduced to to Matlab (https://www.mathworks.com) and Psychtoolbox-3 (http://psychtoolbox.org), which is a free Matlab and Octave toolbox for psychophysics and neuroscience research. They acquired knowledge and skills essential for programming behavioral and vision experiments including debugging process and techniques as well as the role of Screen and Flip functions in screen updating and timing of an experiment.
We thank everyone who attended the Psychtoolbox/Matlab workshop this past weekend. Everyone who signed up for this session will be contacted when we know the dates for the next sessions.
The workshop materials are available here: Sample_Code