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<p>A Matlab & Psychtoolbox version of STOP-IT. </p> <p>You will have to install Matlab and psychtoolbox (<a href="http://psychtoolbox.org" rel="nofollow">psychtoolbox.org</a>) to run the code. </p> <p>This version of the program allows you to run a stop-signal task, a go/no-go task, a stop-change task, or a double-response task. Note that there are some differences (e.g. go and stop stimuli) with the original version of STOP-IT. </p> <p>R code to analyze the data is also included. The integration method is used to estimate SSRT (see Verbruggen, Chambers, & Logan, 2013).</p> <p><strong>Reference:</strong></p> <p>Verbruggen, F., Chambers, C. D., & Logan, G. D. (2013). Fictitious Inhibitory Differences: How Skewness and Slowing Distort the Estimation of Stopping Latencies. Psychological Science, 24, 352–362. <a href="https://doi.org/10.1177/0956797612457390" rel="nofollow">https://doi.org/10.1177/0956797612457390</a></p>
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