Screenshot of the main screen of the analyzer program.
A trial in an example MouseTracker experiment.
Diagram of the MouseTracker standard coordinate space and the
calculation of measures of spatial attraction to the opposite
response alternative: maximum deviation (MD) and area under the
Screenshot of the Designer program to set up visual layout and
response buttons for an experiment CSV file
Participants' trajectory data are easily imported into conditions
for visualization and analysis.
Each individual trajectory can be graphically selected for
detailed information on that trajectory and trial.
Populations of mouse trajectories can be
examined using distributional analyses.
& Ambady, 2009) found that when stereotyping
sex-atypical faces (e.g., a man with feminized cues),
participantsí mouse trajectories were continuously attracted to
the stereotype of the opposite sex (e.g., caring) before
settling into their ultimate response (e.g., aggressive).
As indexed by maximum deviation (bar graph), the attraction of
trajectories for sex-atypical faces to the opposite-sex
stereotype was statistically significant.