STEP (System for Teaching Experimental Psychology) moved to PST website

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David McFarlane

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Sep 23, 2021, 1:58:13 PMSep 23
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STEP (System for Teaching Experimental Psychology) moved to PST website

STEP -- System for Teaching Experimental Psychology -- has found a new
home on the PST website. STEP was organized by Brian MacWhinney in the
Department of Psychology at Carnegie Mellon University, and for many
years has served as a resource for experimenters using E-Prime,
containing a library of E-Prime programs for running both classic
experiments as well as more recently used tasks. STEP was originally
housed at step.psy.cmu.edu, moved in 2017 to step.talkbank.org (see
groups.google.com/g/e-prime/c/uoAtzOSmcZY/m/at2JelSSCgAJ), and more
recently has moved to the PST Product Service & Support site at
support.pstnet.com/hc/en-us/categories/360003738794-STEP-Experiments .

In addition to STEP, you may find other user-generated submissions at
support.pstnet.com/hc/en-us/sections/360002672214-User-Submissions . If
you have developed a task that you would like to share with others,
please submit it at pstnet.com/experiment-sharing/ .

-- David McFarlane
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