The sample studies page offers similar functions as the experiment library. When you click on a study, this card will appear:

study card

This contains useful information about the study.

Using the search bar at the top of the page, you can filter studies by name, cognitive function, keyword, or description. This will search through all of the tables on the page and present you with the matching results within each table. The search applies to any and all columns in the tables, so you can see as many results as applicable.

search bar

If there are no matching results within a table, the table itself will not appear on the page. To reset, simply erase the word from the search bar and press Enter.

Note: the queried word will not be highlighted within the tables, this was done to show function.

Basic Information

  • Author: the username of the person who created the study.
  • Affiliation: in parentheses underneath the author. The university, company, or group that the author identifies as part of.
  • Description: the author's written description of the study.
  • Keywords: words used to describe the design and goals of the study.
  • Category/Branch: the branch(es) of psychology that the study falls under.
  • Number of Imports: the number of times that the study has been imported. This counts across all users, not just you!
  • Participation time: how long it takes to participate in this study.
  • Study Language: the language that the study is written in.

Advanced Information

  • Special Features: Tells if the study uses any of the following:
    • Eyetracking
    • Multiple users
    • Longitudinal design
  • Demographic Participation Requirements: gives more details about required participation criteria:
    • First language
    • Location
    • Age
    • Gender
  • Other Requirements: gives details about the system that participants can use to participate in the study:
    • Allowed Devices
    • Allowed Browsers
    • Required Sensors (such as a webcam, microphone, etc.)
  • "Thumbs Up" Icon: shows the number of times the study has been liked by users


There are several clickable buttons on the study card.

  • Participate: allows you to participate in the study.
  • Import: makes a copy of the study (including all events and stimuli) in your account.
  • Inspect: allows you to see the study design and tasks without fully importing the study.
  • Like: allows you to give the study a like. You can only like a study once, but you may like as many studies as you see fit. This helps support researchers, so please utilize this feature if you enjoyed a study!

All studies on this page have either been created by Labvanced or have been created by a user and approved by the team. If you have a study that you think would be a good fit for the page, reach out to us with your name and the study ID!