Device Agnostic Implicit Measurement with #questfox #system1 # implicit #seriousfun

Happy to announce a break-through in the development of a brand-new question type inspired by the ideas of Daniel Kahnemann and Amos Tversky.

The question type Implisort is meant to cover the system 1 environment of fast and instinctive decision making.

We are very proud to be the developer of the first worldwide implicit measurement tool that works on all kinds of devices without necessary technical adaption. The question type is functional with multiple interaction tools like mouse, defined keyboard keys or even touch screens. This also includes mobile smartphones.

The continous development of our TinSort idea is now measuring the time a respondent needs to answer to a specific stimulous. Series of simuli can be exposed in random sequencens to be answered and measured in reaction time.

The new question type ImpliSort is avaiable exlusively in questfox. It can be combined with any other question type and therefore be analyzed in totally different szenarios.

The flexibility of questfox allows to transfer data and even react on data given by the respondents (Ex. Someone slower than average is re-directed to other questions).

We are entering a new field of research allowing questfox users to develop their own approaches of implicit measurement. We are just the technical provider of an idea which will grow with the usage of more savvy people in the world of psychology. Looking forward to see your ideas grow with our tool.

We have to admit that we are still running a series of questions testing the effects of different interactions modes and their results in numbers. We will be able to deliver a lot of new ideas based on that initial idea of analyzing decision making in system 1.

By the way: We still offer a complex world of system 2 questions in the Analytic Hierarchy Process environment. With our recent developments both worlds can be better understood in the future. A combination of this idea with other questionnaire approaches helps to develop new research ideas.



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