THE JOINT ATTENTION TEST
Note for teachers and group leaders
This experiment can set as a homework exercise to groups of students, or it can be carried out at a school or college, in which case the lookers and subjects should be in separate rooms, beyond the range of sight or hearing. Families can try this out between different combinations of parents, children and siblings.
You can retrieve the details of your group's tests in a detailed table of data.
All you need to do is to ask each pair to use a group name that starts with five letters that you have chosen. Then you ask the members of your group to register for the experiment using a group name that starts with these five letters. Say, for example, your group is called jason. Then all subjects register with jason as the first part of their pair name. For instance, if one pair consists of James and Sharon, the name of their pair could be jasonjs; if another pair consists of Martin and Cathy, their pair could be jasonmc. In addition, each pair of people will need their own password, which they can make up themselves.
Note: the search function is case-sensitive, so all pairs should use the first five letters in the same form, in this case jason, not JASON or Jason. .
To see your group's data, click... HERE
And enter the group name (e.g. jason) in the group name window, and then click on Search. You can also sort the data in a variety of ways: for example the “Experiment status” window enables you to see only complete or only incomplete tests.