Experimental Design

Book description

As computers proliferate and as the field of computer graphics matures, it has become increasingly important for computer scientists to understand how users perceive and interpret computer graphics. Experimental Design: From User Studies to Psychophysics is an accessible introduction to psychological experiments and experimental design, covering th

Table of contents

  1. Front Cover
  2. Contents (1/2)
  3. Contents (2/2)
  4. Preface
  5. I. Introduction
    1. 1. What Is an Experiment? (1/2)
    2. 1. What Is an Experiment? (2/2)
    3. 2. Designing an Experiment (1/6)
    4. 2. Designing an Experiment (2/6)
    5. 2. Designing an Experiment (3/6)
    6. 2. Designing an Experiment (4/6)
    7. 2. Designing an Experiment (5/6)
    8. 2. Designing an Experiment (6/6)
  6. II. Response Measures
    1. 3. The Task (1/3)
    2. 3. The Task (2/3)
    3. 3. The Task (3/3)
    4. 4. Free Description (1/4)
    5. 4. Free Description (2/4)
    6. 4. Free Description (3/4)
    7. 4. Free Description (4/4)
    8. 5. Rating Scales (1/7)
    9. 5. Rating Scales (2/7)
    10. 5. Rating Scales (3/7)
    11. 5. Rating Scales (4/7)
    12. 5. Rating Scales (5/7)
    13. 5. Rating Scales (6/7)
    14. 5. Rating Scales (7/7)
    15. 6. Forced-Choice (1/4)
    16. 6. Forced-Choice (2/4)
    17. 6. Forced-Choice (3/4)
    18. 6. Forced-Choice (4/4)
    19. 7. Specialized Multiple Choice (1/4)
    20. 7. Specialized Multiple Choice (2/4)
    21. 7. Specialized Multiple Choice (3/4)
    22. 7. Specialized Multiple Choice (4/4)
    23. 8. Real-World Tasks (1/3)
    24. 8. Real-World Tasks (2/3)
    25. 8. Real-World Tasks (3/3)
    26. 9. Physiology (1/6)
    27. 9. Physiology (2/6)
    28. 9. Physiology (3/6)
    29. 9. Physiology (4/6)
    30. 9. Physiology (5/6)
    31. 9. Physiology (6/6)
  7. III. Stimuli
    1. 10. Choosing Stimuli (1/4)
    2. 10. Choosing Stimuli (2/4)
    3. 10. Choosing Stimuli (3/4)
    4. 10. Choosing Stimuli (4/4)
    5. 11. Presenting Stimuli: The Psychtoolbox (1/4)
    6. 11. Presenting Stimuli: The Psychtoolbox (2/4)
    7. 11. Presenting Stimuli: The Psychtoolbox (3/4)
    8. 11. Presenting Stimuli: The Psychtoolbox (4/4)
  8. IV. Data Analysis
    1. 12. Statistical Issues (1/18)
    2. 12. Statistical Issues (2/18)
    3. 12. Statistical Issues (3/18)
    4. 12. Statistical Issues (4/18)
    5. 12. Statistical Issues (5/18)
    6. 12. Statistical Issues (6/18)
    7. 12. Statistical Issues (7/18)
    8. 12. Statistical Issues (8/18)
    9. 12. Statistical Issues (9/18)
    10. 12. Statistical Issues (10/18)
    11. 12. Statistical Issues (11/18)
    12. 12. Statistical Issues (12/18)
    13. 12. Statistical Issues (13/18)
    14. 12. Statistical Issues (14/18)
    15. 12. Statistical Issues (15/18)
    16. 12. Statistical Issues (16/18)
    17. 12. Statistical Issues (17/18)
    18. 12. Statistical Issues (18/18)
    19. 13. Free Description, Questionnaires, and Rating Scales (1/7)
    20. 13. Free Description, Questionnaires, and Rating Scales (2/7)
    21. 13. Free Description, Questionnaires, and Rating Scales (3/7)
    22. 13. Free Description, Questionnaires, and Rating Scales (4/7)
    23. 13. Free Description, Questionnaires, and Rating Scales (5/7)
    24. 13. Free Description, Questionnaires, and Rating Scales (6/7)
    25. 13. Free Description, Questionnaires, and Rating Scales (7/7)
    26. 14. Forced and Multiple Choice (1/5)
    27. 14. Forced and Multiple Choice (2/5)
    28. 14. Forced and Multiple Choice (3/5)
    29. 14. Forced and Multiple Choice (4/5)
    30. 14. Forced and Multiple Choice (5/5)
  9. Bibliography (1/5)
  10. Bibliography (2/5)
  11. Bibliography (3/5)
  12. Bibliography (4/5)
  13. Bibliography (5/5)

Product information

  • Title: Experimental Design
  • Author(s): Douglas W. Cunningham, Christian Wallraven
  • Release date: November 2011
  • Publisher(s): A K Peters/CRC Press
  • ISBN: 9781439865514