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Description: The experiment code for all three experiments was created in LiveCode's Community Edition (version 7.06). LiveCode's Community Edition is a free open source object-oriented, cross-platform, natural language rapid development environment that can be used for programming local (LiveCode) and web-based (HTML5) experiments in psychology. LiveCode is based on the Transcript programming language (a high-level xTalk scripting language like HyperCard's HyperTalk), and is a great stepping stone to learning Javascript and Python. It is fit for developing experiments that require fine-grained control, complex sequencing, and heavy back-end processing. You can download LiveCode for PC, Linux or Mac at: https://downloads.livecode.com/livecode/. The experiment code for all three experiments was written by Rachel A. Searston, and correspondence can be addressed to rachel.searston@gmail.com. The instructional videos for all three experiments were created and recorded in Apple's Keynote.

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