Intended to be the world's most comprehensive archive of current and past psychological Web experiments (not correlational studies, see the web survey list for those).
Please submit information about all Web experiments you know of, unless they are already on the list.

Currently, 1 active and 744 archived Web experiments are listed here.

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How do you control your emotions?
David Angell & Craig Steel, University of Reading
Social context of anomalous experiences
Charles Heriot-Maitland, King's College London
Wisdom of the crowds' effects and effectiveness in financial fraud detection.
Mohamed Abouelfadl, University of Chester
Exploring Typologies as Predictors of Sexual Behaviour in Adults
Michael Walton, University of New England, Australia
Emotion activation, personality and health
Heitor B. F. Fernandes, Claudio S. Hutz, Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul
Narrative and Judgment
Black, J. & Barnes, J. L., University of Oklahoma
Decision making and health information
Sinead Moylett, Trinity College Dublin
archived experiments
in English
The Emotion Profiler: can it guess your emotions?
Klaus R. Scherer, Swiss Center for Affective Sciences, University of Geneva

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