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Software and equipment

We offer a range of software and equipment for researchers.



  • Expilab is a preferred supplier of the BL. It is a specialised technological partner with a record in designing, programming and conducting complex behavioral experiments in social sciences, consumer research, and public policy-making.
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Direct RT (available on request) 

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Direct RT (available on request):  Specialist software for precision reaction time experiments. Works in conjunction with Medialab.

E-Prime (available on request) 

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E-Prime (available on request):  Specialist software for psychology experiments.

HCI Browser (available on request) 

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HCI Browser (available on request):  Enables tasks to be set, questions to be put and data to be gathered while a user browses the web using Firefox.

Inquisit Web + Lab 

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Inquisit Web + Lab:  Software that enables the design and administration of complex tests and experiments, especially ones that involve the measurement of precise response times.


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LanSchool:  Computer management software. Enables us to launch and shut down applications on all participant computers, block applications and websites, and communicate with participants visually or using audio.

 LanSchool Guided Tour

Medialab (available on request) 

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Medialab (available on request):  Computer research software with integrated multimedia including video, audio, images and PowerPoint presentations.


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Qualtrics: Online survey application for academic institutions. Flexible and easy to set up. LSE staff and postgraduate students can request a free account.

If you are looking to set up a Qualtrics survey to use online outside the lab, you may be interested in using Qualtrics Panels which finds a relevant sample for your survey for a fee (sign up using promo code: travisd)



Shopify:  An online e-commerce platform that allows researchers to customise an online shopping environment



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z-Tree: Experimental economics software. Enables multiple users to anonymously interact with each other to carry out sequential move tasks and games.


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