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Impulsivity Paradigm Bundle

Software titles may be purchased individually or as an Impulsivity Paradigm Bundle, which includes the following software titles: IMT/DMT, GoStop, TCIP, SKIP, and TIME.

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Immediate and Delayed Memory Tasks


The Immediate and Delayed Memory Task (IMT/DMT) program is a modified Continuous Performance Test that produces levels of performance that are sensitive to both group differences and pharmacological manipulation, even in high functioning populations.  The IMT/DMT is designed to measure response initiation in impulsive behavior.

GoStop Impulsivity Paradigm

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The GoStop Impulsivity Paradigm is a "stop task" designed to measure response inhibition.  The primary response of interest here is the failure to inhibit responding when a "go" cue is unexpectedly accompanied by a "stop" cue.  

Two Choice Impulsivity Paradigm

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The Two Choice Impulsivity Paradigm (TCIP) is a delay discounting task.  In the TCIP, participants choose between larger rewards accompanied by longer delays and smaller rewards accompanied by shorter delays.  In the TCIP, participants experience the rewards and delays in real-time.  The TCIP is designed to measure the consequence sensitivity aspect of impulsivity.

Single Key Impulsivity Paradigm

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The Single Key Impulsivity Paradigm (SKIP) is a tool for studying the rate and pattern of free operant responses for a reward.  The SKIP is designed to be a modified delay discounting task in which longer delays between responses result in greater rewards for the individual.

Time Paradigm

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The Time Paradigm is used to measure time perception by asking the participant to estimate when one minute has passed.  The measurement of time perception has been useful for studying the behavior of impulsive individuals where timing of cognitive and behavioral events are thought to be inherently disrupted.  

Adaptive Visual Analogue Scales


The Adaptive Visual Analogue Scales (AVAS) is a computer program that can be used to generate and administer continuous and discrete visual analog scales.  The AVAS was developed to address drawbacks of traditional pen and paper graphical analog scales by converting these scales to a computerized administration.

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