At the time of writing (December 2022) PsyNet is under heavy development as we prepare for an official release in 2023. Most of its features are ready, but some important details are still undocumented or unfinished. We recommend contacting the PsyNet developers for advice before starting to adopt PsyNet for your own research projects.
PsyNet is a new platform for running advanced behavioral experiments ranging from adaptive psychophysics to simulated cultural evolution. Its goal is to enable researchers to implement and deploy experiments as efficiently as possible, while placing minimal constraints on the complexity of the experiment design.
This website contains a variety of resources to help you learn more about PsyNet. Some particularly useful resources are highlighted below, but see the sidebar for a full list.
When to use PsyNet?: Learn about the use cases for which PsyNet is optimized.
Demos: See demos of different PsyNet features.
Example experiments: See code repositories for real-world PsyNet experiments.
GitLab repository: Explore PsyNet’s source code.