There are a number of further resources to help learn/teach about PsychoPy.
If you also have PsychoPy materials/course then please let us know so that we can link to them from here too!
The resources below are useful for anyone interested in learning PsychoPy, but if you’re teaching (or learning!) at A-level or lower we now have a dedicated page for schools resources!
… and a searching YouTube for PsychoPy reveals many more!
The book is suitable for a wide range of needs and skill sets, with 3 sections for:
The Beginner (suitable for undergraduate teaching)
The Professional (more detail for creating more precise studies)
The Specialist (with info about specialist needs such as studies in fMRI, EEG, …)
At School of Psychology, University of Nottingham, PsychoPy is now used for all first year practical class teaching. The classes that comprise that first year course are provided below. They were created partially with funding from the former Higher Education Academy Psychology Network.
We have started putting together an experiment recipe book with a range of basic experiments and exercises pitched at a range of levels (open to submissions and contributions!).
The online side of PsychoPy and the online platform for hosting studies (pavlovia.org) is much newer than PsychoPy itself, so there are less materials (but we are working on it!). The community has so far been excellent in sharing learning materials and demos - if you know of anything we have missed, please get in touch with us!
Wakefield Morys Carter has a fantastic (extensive!) list of useful resources and demos for help with getting online
Nabil Hasshim’s has shared detailed documentation on linking pavlovia experiments with SONA and Qualtrics
Rebecca Mayer and Dominik Kraft from the Open Science Initiative teach an introductory course to python and PsychoPy for Psychologists at the University of Frankfurt.
Jonas Kristoffer Lindeløv openly shares materials for Stimulus delivery for neuroscience and psychophysics: a PsychoPy course
Marco Bertamini’s book, Programming Illusions for Everyone is a fun way to learn about stimulus rendering in PsychoPy by learning how to create visual illusions.
The GestaltReVision group (University of Leuven) offers a three-day crash course to Python and PsychoPy on a IPython Notebook, and has lots of great information taking you from basic programming to advanced techniques.
Radboud University, Nijmegen also has a PsychoPy programming course