Welcome to PsychCloud, a template for designing, programming, and running Psychology experiments in the cloud!

What is PsychCloud? What PsychCloud is not: Want to get involved? We welcome you to get in contact by email (rottman@pitt.edu), or better yet, to request features and post solutions on GitHub!

Read the paper! To be released soon...

PsychCloud's STACK

PsychCloud is built with a stack taken (for the most part) from Using Google App Engine by Charles Severance. This book is now out of date, but it is an excellent introduction to programming for the web that is accessable to anyone, even people who have never programmed before. If you want to use PsychCloud, we highly suggest reading this book a few times (though don't run the code in the book because it is out of date) before diving into our code.



Here is a list of the features provided in this template. The text in red identifies the url for the page, and the name of the handler. You can search for these in index.py to find where the relevant code for each feature.



Funding: This material is based upon work supported by the National Science Foundation under Grant Numbers 1651330 and 1430439. Any opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this material are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Science Foundation.