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The following materials are available for this study: - **[Open access paper][16]** published in [Behavior Research Methods][19] - **[Online Supplement][20]**. An overview of timestamps provided by web-browsers that can be used for internal chronometry - **[Poster][17]** presented at the [NVP Winter Conference 2019][18] - **[Video][1]** of the experiment setup - **[Protocol][2]** of the study procedure - **[Web application][3]** for laptop or smartphone - **[C script][4]** for timing responses via Arduino - **[Data and analysis scripts][15]** ---------- A list of published studies on the timing accuracy of web applications where the source code of the web application is provided: - Neath, Earle, Hallett, & Suprenant (2011). [Paper][5], [Source Code][6] - Garaizar, Vadillo, & López-De-Ipiña (2014). [Paper][7], [Source Code][8] - Barnhoorn, Haasnoot, Bocanegra, & van Steenbergen (2015). [Paper][9], [Source Code][10] - Reimers & Stewart (2015). [Paper][11], [Source Code][12] - Garaizar & Reips (2018). [Paper][13], [Source Code][14] [1]: [2]: [3]: [4]: [5]: [6]: [7]: [8]: [9]: [10]: [11]: [12]: [13]: [14]: [15]: [16]: [17]: [18]: [19]: [20]:
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