Web Experimental Psychology Lab

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The Web Experimental Psychology Lab is a website for participating in Web-based experiments, a method used in experimental psychology. The Web Experimental Psychology Lab was founded in 1995, by Ulf-Dietrich Reips at the University of Tübingen, and is now at the University of Zürich.

Researchers at New York University are currently conducting an innovative psychology and law study that uses video of a criminal trial. Participants who go to the website can watch the trial (less than one hour long) and act as jurors.[1]

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  1. ^ Commonwealth of Virginia vs. McNamara, https://its.law.nyu.edu/webexp/namara001/