How we got here
In 1999, Prof. Jaap Murre's research group at the University of Amsterdam was one of the first in
the world to use the Internet for online psychological experiments.
In the past fifteen years we have learned that most students and researchers in psychology have a
very hard time learning to program online experiments, typically taking about six months to master this.
To share our experience with others, we founded a company that develops platforms and tools for
online experimentation and clinical testing.
Several of our projects involved neuropsycholocal tests. On the basis of these
experiences, we believe that Internet-based testing is now suitable for the clinic, if tests are done
under close supervision of the clincian.