Psychology

Gathering data 4

Overview

Studying the complexities of human behaviour, whether in the lab or in natural environments, requires data collection methods that are discrete as well as accurate. 

Tracksys offer a number of solutions for both qualitative and quantitative behavioural observation and controlled experiments, as well as teaching tools for lectures and lab sessions.
 
These are centred around The Observer XT for coding behaviour live or from video and integrating other data sources such as emotion measurement, physiology and eyetracking 

What do you need to do?

Observation Product
Record behaviours discretely in the labObservation Suites
Record behaviours on the movePortable Labs
Score behaviours from videoThe Observer XT
Teach students about visual perception & psychophysicsObservation Suites
Teach students how to make behavioural observationsThe Observer XT
Study gaze on the moveEye Tracking Glasses - Natural Gaze
Measure gaze on a screen anywhereRED250 Mobile
Automatic emotion measurementFaceReader

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Example Scenarios

Here are some of the scenarios relevant to Psychology and the products that would be appropriate.

Scenario Recommended Products
Code violent behaviours in pubs and bars discretely

Portable Labs

The Observer XT

Assess eye-movements of expert and novice drivers

Eye Tracking Glasses - Natural Gaze

The Observer XT

Record text message communication of teenagers using mobile phones

Eye Tracking Glasses - Natural Gaze

FaceReader

Discover conversation patterns in doctor-patient interactions

Theme

The Observer XT

Record teacher-pupil interactions in the classroom

Observation Suites

Portable Labs

The Observer XT

Multi-modal studies in a controlled environment

FaceReader

Observation Suites

RED-n

Case Studies

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