|Behaviour Brain Research
Letter permutation task 2
Using the alphabet letters provided on the screen, the user needs to create a word (or term) that is defined in the dictionary.
Unlike the LPT application, this task is somewhat more deterministic. The words defined in the dictionary and all the stimuli shown are in Binary relation. This guarantees that by permuting all the given letters within the stimulus, it is possible to get at least one word from the dictionary. A relatively large number of variable options allows you to customize the application to your needs.
The English dictionary is loaded by default, but it is possible to load your own dictionary (words, stimuli, whatever you want..) from a text file (delimiter-separated values). It is not necessary to load the character set (letters of the alphabet) separately because it is defined together with the loaded stimuli.
The image above shows loading your own stimuli from a text file in 4 different languages (Chinese, Russian, Spanish, Arabic). The same test word is shown: "ecology". For Right-to-left scripts (like Arabic) don't forget to set the Parsing (reading) direction option to: Right-to-left text direction.
If you like combinatorics with digits, try our application: WM13.
Language interface: Simple English
Software requirements: Any web browser with ECMAScript 2015 (ES6) support. See browser list: here.
The application has been tested on the following web browsers: Firefox, Chrome, Edge, Internet Explorer 11, Opera. We mainly develop all our web applications in the Firefox browser. Therefore, generally speaking, the new version of Firefox is always the most secure solution for reliable use of our web applications.
Licence: GNU Lesser General Public License