The PEBL Technical Report Series

The PEBL Technical Report Series
ISSN 2161-6493
 Edited by Shane T. Mueller, Ph.D.


About

The PEBL Technical Reports series is intended to offer an archival location for technical reports, academic term papers and theses, supplemental data, conference presentations, and descriptions/code for new experiments created with the Psychology Experiment Building Language and of use to the PEBL community. The technical report series is intended to give a means for disseminating basic research results in a way that is useful to the scientific community, which enables citation and reference, and which archives information in a central location. Along with manuscripts describing research, authors are encouraged to also submit the PEBL software used (if it is not available in the PEBL Test Battery), data collected, analysis scripts, etc.  Submissions undergo editorial oversight and review by the editorial staff.




PEBL Technical Report #2013-01
Parkhurst, D. K., Gelety, C., Greenhalgh, J., and Birkett, M. (2014). Differences in affective decision-making between types of drinkers assessed by two versions of the Iowa gambling Task. PEBL Technical Report Series [On-line] #2014-01.








PEBL Technical Report #2013-01
Nelson, B. (2013). The Effects of Attentional Cuing and Input Methods on Reaction Time in Human Computer Interaction. PEBL Technical Report Series [On-line] #2013-01. Co-published in the Journal of Midwest Undergraduate Research, 1, e201310.


PEBL Technical Report #2013-02
Piper, B. J., Hayes, E. D., Cagaoan, C. N. D., Wolfe, S. E., & Davis, A. (2013).  A Comparison of the Halstead-Reitan and the PEBL Trail
Making Tests in Adults.  Retrieved from http://sites.google.com/site/pebltechnicalreports/home/pebl-technical-report-2013-02.




PEBL Technical Report #2012-01
Piper, B., Raber, J., & Miller, C. (2012).  Preliminary Observations with the "Hunt" task across the lifespan. PEBL Technical Report Series [On-line], #2012-01.

PEBL Technical Report #2012-02

Ahonen, B., Carlson, A., Dunham, C., Getty, E., & Kosmowski K. J.(2012). The effects of time of day and practice on cognitive abilities: The PEBL Pursuit Rotor, Compensatory Tracking, Match-to-sample, and TOAV tasks. PEBL Technical Report Series [On-line], #2012-02.

PEBL Technical Report #2012-03
Croschere, J., Dupey, L., Hilliard, M., Koehn, H., & Mayra, K. (2012). The effects of time of day and practice on cognitive abilities: Forward and backward Corsi block test and digit span.  PEBL Technical Report Series [On-line], #2012-03. 

PEBL Technical Report #2012-04
Anderson, K., Deane, K., Lindley, D., Loucks, B., & Veach, E. (2012). PEBL Technical Report Series [On-line], #2012-04.  The effects of time of day and practice on cognitive abilities: The PEBL Tower of London, Trail-making, and Switcher tasks


PEBL Technical Report #2012-06



PEBL Technical Report #2011-01
Mueller, S. T. & Weidemann, C. T. (2011).  Experiment and Data from Mueller and Weidemann's (2008) Decision Noise Experiment.  PEBL Technical Report Series [On-line], #2011-01.

PEBL Technical Report #2011-02
Berteau-Pavy, D., Raber, J., & Piper, B. (2011). Contributions of Age, But Not Sex, to Mental Rotation Performance in a Community Sample. PEBL Technical Report Series [On-line], #2011-02.

PEBL Technical Report #2011-04
Fielder, J. (2011). Electroencephalogram (EEG) Study of Learning effects across Addition Problems. PEBL Technical Report Series [On-line], #2011-04.

PEBL Technical Report #2011-05
McEwan, R. (2011). The relationship between dietary antioxidant vitamin status and working memory capacity in young and older adults. PEBL Technical Report Series [On-line], #2011-05.