Several example experiments and plugin demonstrations are available in the
Documentation is available at docs.jspsych.org.
For questions about using the library, please use the Discussions forum.
Contributions to the code are welcome. Please use the Issue tracker system to report bugs or discuss suggestions for new features and improvements. If you would like to contribute code, submit a Pull request.
If you use this library in academic work, please cite the paper that describes jsPsych:
- Hilbig, B. E. (2016). Reaction time effects in lab- versus web-based research: Experimental evidence. Behavior Research Methods, 48(4), 1718-1724.
- Pinet, S., Zielinski, C., Mathôt, S. et al. (2017). Measuring sequences of keystrokes with jsPsych: Reliability of response times and interkeystroke intervals. Behavior Research Methods, 49(3), 1163-1176.
jsPsych was created by Josh de Leeuw (@jodeleeuw).
There have been many contributors to the library. Thank you!