Welcome to the full online version of the Panamath software.
Panamath measures your number sense and Approximate Number System (ANS) aptitude. After answering a brief set of questions about yourself, you will complete the Panamath test. On each trial of the test, a brief flash of yellow and blue dots will appear, and you will respond whether you think there are more yellow dots or blue dots. At the end, you will see an output of your results and how you stack up compared with others who have taken the test.
The following information is here for you to familiarize yourself with the test and our research.
Why are you doing this research? We want to understand the way the human brain helps us understand the world. More specifically, we want to know how the way we process things might change as we mature or get older.
What will I have to do? We will be asking you to pay attention to pictures on your computer screen. We will also ask you to make responses using your keyboard. You will receive more specific instructions shortly.
How long will this experiment take? This experiment will take 5-20 minutes, depending on the settings selected.
Are there any risks? We do not expect there to be any risks. Please keep in mind that you are free to end the experiment at any time.
What do I get out of it? We will give you feedback on how you did when you finish the experiment. We will also tell you how you compare with other people who did this experiment. We will also explain what we hope to learn from this research. The final results from this experiment will be posted on our Results page.
Will I get paid? We do not provide compensation for participation in this experiment.
Will you share my information with other people?We do not share any information that you give us. All of your information is stored in a database. All of our databases are password-protected and secure.
What if I change my mind and don't want to do the experiment anymore? Your participation in this study is completely voluntary, and you may exit the experiment at any point without penalty.
What if I have questions or something to tell you? If you have any questions or comments about this experiment, please contact email@example.com. Also, please go to the Team page to find out more about the people involved in this research.
What if I have questions about my rights in this research, have a complaint, or want to report a problem to someone besides the researcher? If you have questions about your rights in this research or for questions, concerns, suggestions, complaints that are not being addressed by the research team, or in case of research-related harm, please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org.
How do I agree to participate? By ticking the box next to "I agree to take part...", you are saying that: (1) You agree to take part in this research. (2) You feel like you understand what you are getting into. (3) You understand that you are free to leave the experiment at anytime.