Resources for creating mouse-tracking experiments and analyzing mouse-tracking data
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mousetrap-resources

This repository contains a number of resources for creating mouse-tracking experiments and analyzing mouse-tracking data. They are grouped into different folders for different research projects (both published and work in progress).

Kieslich & Henninger (2017)

This article presents the mousetrap plugin for OpenSesame. It is published in Behavior Research Methods.

In the article, an example experiment is created following Experiment 1 by Dale et al. (2007). The complete experiment (with German material and instructions) and a simplified but with regard to the task identical version (with English example material and instructions) can be found in the experiment folder.

Using this experiment, a study was conducted. The resulting raw data can be found online. Besides, Kieslich and Henninger (2017) demonstrated a number of simple analyses using the mousetrap R package for which the analyses scripts and results are provided as well as a number of additional analyses following the original analyses by Dale et al. (2007).

Kieslich, Henninger, Wulff, Haslbeck, & Schulte-Mecklenbeck (under revision)

This book chapter provides a tutorial introduction to creating mouse-tracking experiments using the mousetrap plugin for OpenSesame, and to analyzing mouse-tracking data using the mousetrap R package.

In the chapter, an example experiment is created following Experiment 1 by Dale et al. (2007). The tutorial experiment is provided as an OpenSesame file.

Besides, the chapter demonstrates the analysis of mouse-tracking data, for which the analyses scripts and results are available here.