Online Testing Platform – Training

Welcome to the BRAMS online testing platform. In preparation for your interaction with it, we suggest you to have or to achieve basic knowledge of HTML and JavaScript. The browser is the link between your participant and your experiment.

Please, read the information below and go to the video section for more training and information materials.

BRAMS-OTP current JATOS version: 3.6.1

Steps to get an experiment working in the BRAMS-OTP:

  1. Build experiment in your framework of choice (ex. jspsych, PsychoJS).
  2. Install JATOS in your computer.
  3. Get your experiment working in your JATOS local installation
  4. Export experiment to jzip file
  5. Get an account in the BRAMS-OTP. Accounts are currently available for
    BRAMS or CRLBM members. Send email to
  6. Import experiment into BRAMS-OTP JATOS account.
  7. Get worker (participant) links.

JavaScript support

Individualized support can be requested by any CRBLM member, as well as their graduate students or post-docs. Please fill the form in the following link:

Video Tutorials

CRBLM Workshop – Introduction to JavaScript – 4 videos.

Day 1: February 4, 2021. Zoom recording.

Presenter: Isaac Kinley.

Day 2: February 18, 2021. Zoom recording.

Presenter: Isaac Kinley.


October 15, 2020. Zoom recording.

Presenters: Kevin Jamey, Adam Robaczewski, Andrea Sander-Montant, Nick Foster.


October 1, 2020. Zoom recording.

Presenters: Yondu Mori, Aaron Glick, Alex Nieva.


September 17, 2020. Zoom recording.

Presenters: Michael Weiss, Peter Donhauser, Nick Foster.

BRAMS-OTP training session 1

September 3, 2020. Zoom recording.

BRAMS was part of the CRBLM Townhall on remote testing in July 30, 2020.

Please see our presentation below:

Townhall part 2 (BRAMS) from CRBLM.


Introduction to JATOS by its developer Kristian Lange.


Manuals, forms and useful links



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