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Researchers became able, for the first time, to gather data from text-based online archives and to collect responses from electronically-distributed email surveys.
It is this kind of interconnectedness that led Musch and Reips (2000) to state that 20 years after the establishment of the laboratory computer as the primary research tool, another dramatic change is afoot - the explosion of the Internet and the linking of individuals in a network of interactive communication.
The theme of this paper is that a recent technological advance - the development of the World Wide Web ("the Web") - may have similar transforming effects on the way we gather empirical data in behavioral research.
Michael Marcell, and Amanda Falls The quick ascendance of the World Wide Web as the dominant vehicle for Internet communication has recently made experimentation in a multimedia environment feasible on the Internet.
Although web sites containing online psychology demonstrations and experiments for non-handicapped individuals have appeared in recent years (especially in the areas of cognitive and social psychology), there appear to have been few attempts to conduct online experimentation with special populations.
Psychologists are thus in the earliest stages of conducting Web-based research.
Current efforts in online experimentation vary widely in their sophistication and employ different technologies, informed consent procedures, and so on.