Does anyone know of an Android app for measuring reaction time, that is, implement a Psychomotor Vigilance Task? I found one in the market searching for that, but it’s in Chinese. The others are poor implementations (Reaction Time 1.2 only has 5 trials and React! 1.3 has sound). The minimum PVT duration for a significant test should be 2 minutes, with 10 minutes being ideal for coherent results.
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Does anyone know of an Android app for measuring reaction time, that is, implement a Psychomotor Vigilance Task? I found one in the market searching for that, but it’s in Chinese.[/quote]
I’m have programmed one that saves results in a .csv file. At the moment I’m not yet ready to release it publically on the Google Market as I’m still tweaking and optimizing it.
If someone is interested in beta testing the app please sent me a message with your email address for getting the .apk file.
Awesome! I’ve e-mailed you.
Bump. There are quite a few apps for measuring reaction time in the Play store now, but before I try them all, does anyone know if there is an app that works well, and that can export data?
I was curious about this so I made this simple Android app this evening in rfo-basic:
It pauses for3+3*rnd() seconds before it switches to the green trigger screen.
I am not sure it doesn’t have some latency issues but I can probably pretty easily mod it if you want it to
export data in CSV or tab-delimited format (I’m guessing just a basic timestamp with the elapsed time in msec)
At any rate the best I could do on it tonight is 290 msec (I am pretty sleepy though.)
Quantified Mind has a website for this!
Quantified Mind is pretty good, but they don’t have an app (yet).
Can you share a link?