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Tetris for Science

Post by Turdly » Sat Jul 30, 2022 9:56 am

A colleague is our Psychology Department is currently running a study where you get to play Tetris for Science.
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Re: Tetris for Science

Post by Boustrophedon » Wed Aug 03, 2022 11:26 pm

OK so I had a go at that. The interface was slow and buggy and I had to mute the music as it was so annoying. It occured to me that it was the whole point of the experiment was to see just how long someone would put up with annoying music and laggy controls before they gave up. I lasted about half an hour which was way longer than they said it would take for the whole test.
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