Comments for Distraction Island

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behaviorgames

Jun. 1, 2011

Under rating threshold (show) UPDATE - 6/1/2011. Thanks for your feedback, and we've uploaded a revised version of the game, that should be about 40% less monotonous :) There are two targets now, rather than one, and if you do well on the game, you'll earn a point bonus and finish the game faster (in less than 75 trials). Let us know if you have any problems, and we'd love to get your feedback on this new version of the game.

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behaviorgames

May. 31, 2011

Under rating threshold (show) We appreciate the feedback, and we're planning to release a new version that is more challenging (and less monotonous!).

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duartell

May. 30, 2011

Under rating threshold (show) I GIVE UP Too boring

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behaviorgames

May. 28, 2011

Under rating threshold (show) Also, feel free to PM me, or send me a message, if you want to know more about how we're using this game. I try not to talk about our hypotheses too much on public forums, just so that people aren't influenced by what I expect to see.

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behaviorgames

May. 28, 2011

Under rating threshold (show) Thanks for giving the game a try! In this version, there is one block that's hidden on the island, but the location is not the same for all people (there are a few random variables across people).

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lexmark1985

May. 28, 2011

Under rating threshold (show) sorry I tried my best..I could only make it to trial 56 before I had to leave and never come back to this monotonous game again

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EPR89

May. 28, 2011

Under rating threshold (show) I don't think that this experiment will give you any useful data. The task is simply way to easy and remembering letters does not distract enough from remembering to turn three pedestals to the left. You should vary the memory task a bit, e.g. by using words, word similar letter combinations and nonsense combinations with varying length. This way you could find out when the trained task has an influence on the memory task. The way you are doing it now (always trained task + 5 letters) brings you absolutely nothing.

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atze1987

May. 28, 2011

Under rating threshold (show) is it just me or do i always have to search for the same block and it is always under the same pedestal???

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Noddlethehutt

May. 28, 2011

Under rating threshold (show) I bet this isn't actually first :p

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