Random Dot Kinematogram Task (RDK)

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Random Dot Kinematogram (RDK) - English

The Random Dot Kinematogram Task as used in the validation study conducted by Kimia et al (2023).
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Last Updated: Oct 17, 2022, 8:42PM

Random Dot Kinematogram (RDK) Demo - English

A demonstration of the Random Dot Kinematogram Task
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Random Dot Kinematogram (RDK) with Staircase Procedure - English

A demonstration of the Random Dot Kinematogram Task using a staircase procedure.
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References

Google ScholarSearch Google Scholar for peer-reviewed, published research using the Inquisit Random Dot Kinematogram Task (RDK).

Braddick, O. J. (1974) A short-range process in apparent motion. Vision Research, 14, 519-527.

Yaghoubi, K. C., Kabbara, S., Arian, S., Kobaissi, H., Peters, M.A.K., Seitz, A.R. (under review). Comparing random dot motion in MATLAB vs. Inquisit Millisecond.