Here you can find tools that FAB Lab researchers and affilates have used and developed for their research projects. These include applications, programs, and sets of stimuli, which are free to be used by others for their own research projects. When referencing these tasks be sure to use the provided citations. By downloading these tools you agree to using them for educational and research purposes only.
Assays & Tools
Casey, B. J., Vauss, Y., & Swedo, S.E. (1994). Attentional functioning in Sydenham's chorea: A basal ganglia disorder. Part I. Developmental Neuropsychology, 10, 75-88.
Hare, T.A., Tottenham, N., Galvan, A., Voss, H.U., Glover, G.H. & Casey, B.J. (2008). Biological substrates of emotional reactivity and regulation in adolescence during an emotional go-nogo task. Biological Psychiatry, 63, 927-934. PMCID: PMC2664095
Tottenham, N., Hare, T.A., & Casey, B.J. (2011). Behavioral assessment of emotion discrimination, emotion regulation and cognitive control, in childhood, adolescence, and adulthood. Frontiers in Developmental Psychology. PMCID: PMC311093
Durston, S., et al (2002). An fMRI study of the effect of preceding context on inhibition. Neuroimage, 16, 449-453.
Durston, S., et al (2002). A neural basis for development of inhibitory control. Developmental Science, 5, 9-16.
Fan et al. 2002 Testing the Efficiency and Independence of Attentional Networks. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience 14:3, pp. 340- 347
Cohen, AO, et al (2016) The impact of emotional states on cognitive control circuitry and function, Journal of cognitive neuroscience
Casey, B. J., Cannonier, T., Conley, M. I., Cohen, A. O., Barch, D. M., Heitzeg, M. M., ... & Orr, C. A. (2018). The adolescent brain cognitive development (ABCD) study: imaging acquisition across 21 sites. Developmental cognitive neuroscience.
NOTE: These tasks are programmed in E-Prime. Be sure you are using E-Prime Professional 188.8.131.526 or higher to run all tasks.
Recently, Psychology Software Tools announced that E-prime 184.108.40.2066 is compatible with Windows 10. There are known bugs with the two most recent releases of Windows 10, versions 1930 (May 2019) and 1909 (November 2019). PST has documented workarounds for these two versions outlined here. PST worked with Microsoft to develop the workarounds above, and believes that the known issues will be resolved and no longer need work arounds in the next version of Windows 10 (expected release June 2020). It is recommended that sites running Windows 10 use version 1809 (October Update). More information running E-prime 220.127.116.116 in Windows 10 can be found on the PST support website.
. We hope to have validated versions of these tasks programmed in PsychoPy over the next year.
When referring to the ABCD monetary incentive task in publications or talks, please cite:
Knutson B, Westdorp A, Kaiser E, Hommer D (2000) FMRI visualization of brain activity during a monetary incentive delay task. NeuroImage 12: 20–27.
Recent work highlights potential issues in the current ABCD Study stop-signal task (Bissett et al., 2020 Biorxiv). An update is forthcoming.
When referring to the ABCD stop signal task in publications or talks, please cite:
Logan GD (1994) On the ability to inhibit thought and action: A users' guide to the stop signal paradigm. In D. Dagenbach & T. H. Carr (Eds), Inhibitory processes in attention, memory, and language: 189-239. San Diego: Academic Press
When referring to the ABCD emotional n-back task in publications or talks, please cite:
Cohen, A.O., Conley, M.I., Dellarco, D.V., Casey, B.J. (November, 2016). The impact of emotional cues on short-term and long-term memory during adolescence. Society for Neuroscience, San Diego, CA. (Please check for the updated publication).
By downloading these stimuli, I agree to use them solely for approved institutional research or educational purposes and to not use them in any way to deliberately or inadvertently identify the individuals in the pictures. When referring to these stimuli in publications or talks, please cite the following references
Conley, M. I., Dellarco, D. V., Rubien-Thomas, E., Cohen, A. O., Cervera, A., Tottenham, N., & Casey, B. J. (2018). The racially diverse affective expression (RADIATE) face stimulus set. Psychiatry research.
Tottenham, N, Tanaka, JW, Leon, AC, McCarry, T, Nurse, M, Hare, TA, Marcus, DJ, Westerlund, A, Casey, BJ & Nelson, C. (2009). The NimStim set of facial expressions: Judgments from untrained research participants. Psychiatry Research 168 (3) 242-249.