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added info Mike rinck
== Introduction ==AAT was created by [ Prof. Mike Rinck]. He writes the following for people who want to use it:  People who want to run experiments with the AAT (or joystick task, for short), have three possibiilties: They can use our own little Visual Basic program. In that case, they should contact me for help and instructions. They then have the choice: # They can use a demo experiment I programmed, and adapt it to their needs.# If I find their study interesting, they can have me as a collaborator, then I take care of the programming. <p>These two alternatives create the additional complication that the task does not run immediately under Windows 7 or 8 (it was programmed for Windows XP). As far as I know, this is no problem in the BSI lab because Chi installed everything necessary there. It may be a (solveable) problem outside the BSI lab, though.</p># Alternatively, they can go to and download an Inquisit script of a joystick task, and then adapt that script to their needs. As far as I know, this script is the only working alternative to our own program. Other programs (e.g., E-Prime) cannot do the critical dynamic zoom function (pictures grow and shrink when you pull and push the joystick). == Details ===== Group Files ===
The path to the group files can be changed within the groupxxx.txt file.
You can open the file with any editor.
=== Pictures ===
You can change the path within the groupxxx.txt file.
The file can be opened in any editor.
=== Recommended Resolution ===
The '''default resolution''' of the AAT program is set on '''1024x768''' on a '''Aspect Ratio of 4:3'''.
Higher resolutions will result that the pictures are not alligned in the centre.
=== Directx 7 Components ===
To make use of the '''Logitech Attack 3''' controller within '''Windows 7''', you need to install the following DLL:

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