- 12th Jun 2013
- Integrated E-prime / The Observer project available
- 5th Dec 2012
- EthoVision 9.0 released
- 13th Nov 2012
- EEG-eyetracker integration with Emotiv Toolkit
Our new brochure is now available:
Automated home cage observations as a tool to measure the effects of wheel running on cage floor locomotion
De Visser L, Van den Bos R and Spruijt B.M.
Automated home cage observations as a tool to measure the effects of wheel running on cage floor locomotion.
De Visser L, Van den Bos R and Spruijt BM.
Behavioral analysis of transgenic mice overexpressing corticotropin-releasing hormone using The Observer and EthoVision.
Dirks A, Groenink L, Verdouw M, van der Gugten J and Olivier B
Guido Koopmans (Erkrath, Germany)
Overcoming the challenges of eye-tracking children using a touch screen .
Leekam, S. R. and Ramsden, C. A.
Saskia Berndsen and Laus M. Broersen
Jon May, University of Sheffield*
Andrew Head, University of Roehampton
Prof. Krish Singh. Cardiff University
Deb Hall, University of Nottingham
Dr Jeremy Moody, English Institute of Sport
Kevin Wilkinson. ID Magasin.
Eddie Bokkers (Wageningen, The Netherlands)
Dr Jonathan Reynolds - Game Conservency Trust
Jon Sykes, Glasgow Caledonian University
Andy Barker and Clive Nancarrow. Bristol Business School.
Hirschenhauser, K; Frigerio, D; Grammer, K & Magnusson, M.
Dr Steve Belmain. Pest Ecologist - Natural Resources Institute
Berry Spruijt, Thorwald Hol and Jacob Rousseau
Jacob Raber & Theodore Benice (Portland USA).
Child development studies using The Observer at The University of Cambridge.
Using UltraVox to measure rat pup ultrasound vocalizations as an anxiolytic or anxiogenic evaluation procedure.
McNee M, Gleason D and McArthur R
Tim Gardiner, Ian Bland and Julian Hill (Chelmsford UK & Parkville Australia)
Maréchal JP, Hellio C, Sebire M and Clare A.
Bowling speeds vary between 75 and 100mph, leaving batsmen with less that 0.5 sec. to react after the ball is released. This study investigated the visual cues that top- and lower-order batsmen use during a bowlers run-up and also the degree to which they can be distracted.