Over the next two weeks I'll be posting a series of videos on how to use E-Prime, by creating a Stroop experiment using building blocks known as objects. These objects have attributes, or properties, that determine object characteristics such as shape, duration, and color. Through arranging objects a certain way and modifying their properties, you can create a wide variety of experiments.
The goal of this series is to help you learn how to use E-Prime, as well as how to use basic object-oriented programming. Increased understanding of object-oriented programming and E-Basic - E-Prime's scripting language - lets you adapt your experiment to different situations, including fMRI experiments.
Check back soon for more videos, and if you have any requests about other E-Prime tutorials, let me know in the comments section below.