Joseph G. Dlhopolsky, Ph.D.
This is a computer version
of the classical Pursuit Rotor device that is used for the study of motor
The subject follows a moving cursor with the mouse while the program keeps track of errors and time-on and time-off target.
There are graphic and text set- up screens that permit the selection of a
wide variety of variables including track shape and
width; target size, speed, color, and direction; revolutions per trial; number of trials and inter-trial pacing; and auditory feedback.
The main working screen
Another program for
the study of motor behavior is #673
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To install, run Setup.exe and follow the prompts.
This demo requires a computer running Windows 95, 98, ME, 2000, XP Home or Professional.