Programming Services

Program a Study for Private Data Collection

Project Implicit programs and hosts private research studies on our platform for academic researchers and other clients looking to gather data.

By working with Project Implicit directly, clients gain access to a unique link (or links) for data collection. Studies can contain one or more IATs as well as other implicit measures, self-report items, and demographic questionnaires.

Anonymity and security in the transmission of individual responses are assured by Project Implicit’s established data management practices. All results are collected in a non-identifiable fashion.

There are many factors that go into designing and building a study, so we can only provide quotes once we’ve met with a potential client. We do our best to provide estimates within 48 hours of an inquiry call.

Full-Service Programming

Standard Materials for Full-Service Research Studies in minnoJS:

  • Hosting for up to 10,000 participants
  • Unique study link(s) for private data collection
  • Access to raw data via a private account
  • Cleaned and scored IAT scores
  • Keyboard and touch screen compatibility
  • Support from the Project Implicit Research Team

Add-Ons & Additions:

  • Demographic survey questionnaires
  • Self-Report and/or explicit questionnaires
  • Individual participant ID tracking
  • Custom consent and debriefing pages
  • Analysis and reporting*

*See Consulting Services

Self-Service Programming


Project Implicit provides access to minnoJS, an open-source platform for creating IATs like the ones found on the Demonstration Site. Installation requirements, a detailed documentation site, and instructions for setting up a server are provided. If you have questions about running a study in Qualtrics, you can post a question in the minnoJS Google Group.

Qualtrics Extension

Project Implicit also provides instructions for running private research studies in Qualtrics. The script and detailed instructions are provided. If you have questions about running a study in Qualtrics, you can post a question in the minnoJS Google Group.