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Tools for autism research

Learn more by reading this free white paper in which we describe how and why observational research methods and tools are used in autism research worldwide.

How to observe consumer behavior

Download this free white paper to learn more about building a consumer experience lab. This lab is designed to allow you to observe consumers unobtrusively. 

How to build an AV-Lab

An AudioVisual lab is designed to allow you to observe your test participants unobtrusively. Do you want to learn more how to set up an AV-lab? Read on!

 


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Our portfolio of tools and solutions for healthcare research.

Neuroscience research

Our portfolio of tools and solutions for neuroscientists working with human subjects.

Consumer behavior research

Our portfolio of tools and solutions for consumer behavior research and marketing.

Psychology & education

Our portfolio of tools and solutions for psychology research and education.

User experience research

Our portfolio of tools and solutions for user experience research and human factors.

 


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References

  • Phillips, K.A.; Ospina, N.S.; Rodriguez-Gutierrez, R.; Castaneda-Guarderas, A.; Gionfriddo, M.R.; Branda, M. & Montori, V. (2018). Humor During Clinical Practice: Analysis of Recorded Clinical Encounters. Journal of the American Board of Family Medicine, 31 (2), 270-278.Ahmad, I.;
  • Abdullasim, N. & Suaib, N.M. (2018). Usability testing on game interface design using video-based behavior analysis. International Journal of Engineering & Technology, 7 (2.15), 142-145.
  • Nygardhs, S.; Ahlström, C.; Ihlström, J. & Kircher, K. (2018). Bicyclists' adaptation strategies when interacting with text messages in urban environments. Journal for the measurement of Physical Behaviour, 20 (3), 377-388.

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