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Aimed Movement Task

The Aimed Movement Task has been designed to evaluate Fitts’ Law (Fitts, 1954) and consequently implemented using the PEBL (Psychology Experiment Building Language) system. Fitts’ Law (Fitts, 1954), developed by psychologist Paul Fitts, examines human psychomotor behavior in human-computer interaction. The model states that the time it takes to move or point to a target is dependent on the distance

Attention Network Test

The Attention Network Test (ANT) is an experimental task used to study three attentional networks simultaneously: alerting, orienting, and executive control. The three attentional networks originally discussed in Posner’s Attention Network theory (Posner & Peterson, 1990), include: Subcortical or Alerting System: The alerting system is the most primitive attention network in the human brain which is involved in an individual’s

Berlin Numeracy Test

The Berlin Numeracy Test is a powerful psychometric tool designed to assess an individual’s level of risk literacy and statistical numeracy. Risk literacy refers to an individual’s ability to interpret risks and rewards and act on the information gained. Statistical numeracy, on the other hand, refers to any operations of statistical and probabilistic computations. Note that risk literacy and assessment

Big Five

The Big Five model refers to five personality dimensions, which define human nature and account for an individual’s behavior and cognition. Note that the study of personality traits is a leading research topic in psychology; with Gordon Allport’s Trait Theory (Allport and Odbert, 1936), Raymond Cattell’s 16 Personality Factors (Raymond Catell, 1957), and Lewis Goldberg’s Five Factor Model (Goldberg, 1990)

Balloon Analog Risk Task

Documentation The Balloon Analog Risk Task, otherwise known as BART, is a computerized decision-making task that is used to assess risk-taking behavior. The BART simulates a real-world situation, involving actual risky behavior, where taking a risk up until a certain point yields a reward. However, if risky behavior is kept up, it results in poorer outcomes. The BART model works

Digit Span Test

About The Digit Sequencing Test, alternatively called the Digit Span Test is a key tool for working verbal memory. Usually, the examiner reads a list of numbers as the digit sequencing, and the participant repeats them until an incorrect answer is given. In the Qolty version, an audible module lists the numbers and the examiner inputs them onto the screen


About The N-Back test with the corresponding dual N-Back protocol has been widely cited and used as a short term working memory test that tests ability to recall items prior based n the number, thus “1-N” means that you have to remember the position of the item, one turn back. This test can be done with auditory, color, and digits

Affective Interference

About The Qolty affective interference module utilizes a recall system for testing short term recall. Words can be read from the Qolty module using the phone or listed as text. Input can be recorded by the patient or inputted via buttons and text. Onboarding module included. The affective intereference test is an excellent test to use in patients with applications

Corsi Block Test

  About The Corsi block test is a short term visual working memory test that uses blocks and asks the subject to repeat the sequence given by the examiner. The Qolty Corsi Block test can be delivered to patients anytime and anywhere, and can be made with lengths from 1-100 sequences long, with forward and reverse sequencing available as features.