GAME-CHANGING

Testable helps you create a wide range of behavioral experiments and surveys in the simplest and fastest way. You fill in a spreadsheet with information on trials and questions, upload the stimuli (if needed), and hocus-pocus, the study is up and ready to run! Testable offers a unique combination of power, flexibility, and speed.

CONVENIENCE

Your behavioral experiments and surveys will be created, stored, and managed in the cloud, accessible at a unique address by any major browser. You don't need to install any software and you can easily share your studies with participants and other researchers, without worrying about different operating systems or other compatibility issues. Everyone will see an identical version of your study on any machine. A browser is all you need.

STRONG COMMUNITY

We have a 2000+ friendly community of researchers using Testable for their lab-based and online studies. You can ask questions, get tips, or offer advice on issues related to Testable and experimental design. Most importantly, researchers can instantly make their experiments available to other researchers. It is our contribution to transparency and replicability in science. No other software or platform offers you comparable sharing options!

BETTER DATA

For data collection, use Testable Minds - the next-generation subject pool for behavioral science. Our participants are diverse, verified, and reliable, with 85% coming from countries where English is first language. On Testable Minds you can post studies created with our software or with any other software (e.g. Qualtrics). All you need to do is sign in to Testable, access Testable Minds from the left menu, and post your study to our subject pool.

Covers a wide range of experiments
with many ready-made templates

Chances are you don't need anything else. But write to us if you do.

Images, sounds, videos, words

Switching between them is as easy as specifying the file extension - literally. All major image, video and sound files supported.

Multiple response options

Click stimuli, click buttons, press specific keys, or type text. The choice is yours.

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Various presentation modes

Simultaneous or sequential presentation of stimuli. With or without a target image. Masked or unmasked. With full control over presentation times, ITI, ISI, etc.

Many other features

Randomisation within and between blocks, feedback for incorrect trials, display average correct score, generate random code at the end. And working on many others.

Ideal for online experiments
and instant sharing

Make your experiments available indefinitely at a permanent link with the "lock" option. Perfect for demonstration to students, reviewers and other researchers (just include the link in your paper).

How to use it

Sophisticated platform, simple interface.

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Simple interface

After you sign up for an account and login, you will get access to a profile dashboard and a projects dashboard. In the profile dashboard you can manage your account details. The projects dashboard is where the action is.

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Examples

These are only four examples of the kind of tests you can design with Testable. The whole range is much larger. In fact, we believe Testable can cover the vast majority of the standard behavioral experiments.

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Picture Naming Test

Participants identify pictures of famous people.

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Matching Test

This is a simple test in which participants have to select the test image that best matches the target.

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Stroop Test

A very short version of the famous Stroop test.

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Face Detection Test

Participants have to detect faces from minimal information.

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Some of the early adopters of our platform

Disclaimer: we may have shared a beer or two with some of these people, but the reviews are largely objective

JEREMY WILMER, WELLESLEY COLLEGE

Power, flexibility, and ease-of-use

A brilliant combination of power, flexibility, and ease-of-use, Testable democratizes the process of online experiment-creation by removing, completely, the need to write a single line of computer code...in so doing, it greatly accelerates the idea-to-implementation process for both research and teaching applications.

BRAD DUCHAINE, DARTMOUTH COLLEGE

Everyone in my lab uses it

Everyone in my lab, from undergraduates to postdocs, uses Testable to get experiments running online quickly and reliably. It's a great platform!

TIRTA SUSILO, VICTORIA UNIVERSITY OF WELLINGTON

Seamless collaboration and exact replication

Testable provides a state-of-the-art platform for researchers, teachers, and students in behavioural and cognitive sciences to focus on what really matters: experimental design and data collection. Anybody who knows how to operate a spreadsheet software can use Testable to create and run experiments on the web and in the lab – without the need to code! Not only that, Testable allows easy sharing of experiments for seamless collaboration and exact replication. My students and I are avid users of Testable. Highly recommended!

KIRSTEN DALRYMPLE, UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA

Made my life so much easier!

I can focus on test design and data collection rather than trying to figure out how to program my experiments. I study rare populations that are spread out around the world, and now I can collect data online by having participants take tests from home and have the results appear in my secure account at the lab. I can also share the tasks that I designed with other researchers and collaborators without the need for them to download or purchase special software. Finally, it’s a great teaching tool because my students can use it easily to design their own experiments.

Accounts

Academic     Non Academic
You must use your academic email to register
  • BASIC
  • One license
  • Create unlimited experiments and surveys
  • Collect as much data as you can on Testable Minds, our own subject pool
  • Collect up to 10 participants outside Testable Minds. Above that, you need to pay a small fee (between 30-50 cents per participant)
  • 100MB for storing your stimuli
  • FREE
  • Signup
  • PLUS
  • One license
  • All BASIC features, plus:
  • Guaranteed email support within 24h
  • Collect up to 500 participants outside Testable Minds (value: $150). Above that, you need to pay a small fee (always 30 cents per participant)
  • 1GB for storing your stimuli
  • $149/year
  • Signup
  • PREMIUM
  • This is a special license for labs or groups. It provides all Plus benefits for up to six people and further expands the available space for stimuli to 5GB per user.
  • Six licenses
  • 5GB per user
  • $599/year
  • Signup
  • TRIAL 7 DAYS
  • One license
  • Create unlimited experiments and surveys
  • Collect as much data as you can on Testable Minds, our own subject pool
  • Collect up to 10 participants outside Testable Minds. Above that, you need to pay a small fee (50 cents per participant)
  • 100MB for storing your stimuli
  • FREE
  • Please contact us after the trial period.
  • Signup

Testable was developed primarily for academic research. If you are not associated with an academic institution, please contact us for an offer

Core Team

We are a small group of academics and science enthusiasts, backed up by a strong team of academic advisors.

Ciprian Amariei

CTO

Florin Apetrei

Lead Designer

Lily Coulstock-Cockeram

Community Strategist

Iulian Nicu Danaila

Full Stack Lead Developer

Diego Mendez

Early Investor, Advisor

Costi Rezlescu

Founder

Teaching Fellow & Researcher (UCL, Harvard)

Academic Advisors

Bahador Bahrami

Crowd Cognition Group Leader

University College London

Michael Banissy

Professor, Director of Research

Goldsmiths, University of London

Irving Biederman

Professor of Neuroscience

University of Southern California

Alfonso Caramazza

Professor of Psychology

Harvard University

Ophelia Deroy

Chair and Head of Philosophy of Mind, Ludwig-Maximilians-University

Institute of Philosophy, London

Brad Duchaine

Professor of Psychological and Brain Sciences

Dartmouth College

Liuba Papeo

Chargée de Recherche

Institut Des Sciences Cognitives - Marc Jeannerod, France

Sam Schwarzkopf

Associate Professor

University of Auckland

Sophie von Stumm

Associate Professor

London School of Economics

Tirta Susilo

Senior Lecturer

Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand

Vincent Walsh

Professor Of Human Brain Research

Institute of Cognitive Neuroscience, University College London

Acknowledgment

Testable was developed with financial support from an Arts & Humanities Research Council grant (Science in Culture, RTS-2013-2017).

Part of the back-end infrastructure development was supported by an APS Teaching and Learning grant (2015).

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