DMDX is a Win 32-based display system used in psychological laboratories around the world to measure reaction times to visual and auditory stimuli. It was programmed by Jonathan Forster at the University of Arizona.
DMDX is a member of the DMASTR family, and represents an extension of the original DOS programs (DM and DMTG) to a Windows 95/98 environment.
Prepared by Kenneth Forster
Department of Psychology
University of Arizona
Last updated April 12, 2002