Client Test System

Thank you for very much for your interest in WiltonLogic's Client Test System. If you do not have a username and password, please contact WiltonLogic at john.evenden@wiltonlogic.com.

With you login information you have access to all the active modules, and can run them as many times as you like. To run a module, click on the "Launch" button. You will be asked to log in once the application starts. You will also need to type in a unique one-time usercode for each session which should be at least 6 alphanumeric characters in length.

Additional modules will be added during Spring/Summer 2013. The seperate tests are available for inclusion in project-specific test batteries. You can see more information by clicking on the "More Information" button for each module.

Module Q: Self-Report Questionnaires

In this module we illustrate three of WiltonLogic's methods for administering self-report questionnaires. These are an example of using a Likert Scale (FFPI), an example using visual analog scales (VASJ) and our method of collecting demographic data (PI). The examples we show are taken from some of the studies we have been running, and are chosen to show the variety of data that it is possible to collect using these methods. (Duration 10 minutes)

Module 1: Brief Psychomotor Testing

This module contains three tests for carrying out rapid motor screening: the reaction time screen (RTS), the digit symbol substitution (DSST) and the Trails A and B tasks (TAB). (Duration 10 minutes)

Module 2: Impulsivity

This module unites three tests measuring different aspect of impulsivity: the stop signal task with visual feedback (SST), the variable consecutive number text (VCN) and the delay of reward test (DOR). (Duration 30 minutes)

Module 3: Reflection and Risk Taking

This module contains three tests assessing reflection and risk taking: the uncertain visual discrimination (UVD), the stop signal task without visual feedback (SSRT1 conventional method) and block stacking test (BST). (Duration 20 minutes)

Module 4: Attention

Attention is multi-facted concept. In this module, three different aspects of attention are covered: choice reaction time and distraction (SCRT), top-down control of attention (ATT) and vigilance (PAX). (Duration 20 minutes)

Module 5: Executive Function

This module contains three tests assessing complex cognition. The first test measures the impact of task switching on decision accuracy and reaction time (MTS), the second is a test of planning based on the famous Tower of Hanoi procedure (BPL), and the final test is a reversal learning test with increasingly unreliable feedback (REVL). (Duration 20 minutes)

Module 6: Working Memory

Because one of WiltonLogic's founding principles is to avoid numerical or language-based material wherever possible, our assessments of working memory are based on the n-back task, rather than mathematical problem solving or letter.number reordering. We have developed two N-back methods - one discrete trial choice spatial method, which is modelled on a rodent test (DTSNB) and a go/no go method similar to that used in many human clinical procedures, using non-spatial visual symbols (SYNB). The third test is not a n-back test, but involves remembering ever-changing patterns of symbols (PMT). (Duration 30 minutes)