Resources

Our software for behavioral control in

MonkeyLogic is currently developed and maintained in collaboration with the laboratory of David Freedman at the University of Chicago, the Laboratory of Neuropsychology at the NIMH,  Edward Ryklin (Ryklin Software), the contributions of users, and the helpful support of Mathworks.

 

If you use our software in your published research, a reference to one of the papers describing it (see right) is greatly appreciated, as this will allow us to more easily continue funding for ongoing support and development.

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Team Communication

Lab members and collaborators may use our tools for organizing and analyzing neural data.  Access is currently restricted to Brown University accounts.

 

            Available at: MonkeyWrench

Note:  This repository will be made public once reconciled with the legacy GitHub repository

Protocols & Training

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