STIM2 is comprised of 14 modules including a generic programmable experiment control module (Gentask), a sound file editor, and an image file converter. Other modules are categorized into Motor, Perceptual, Attention, Memory, and Cognitive functions, many of which have neuropsychological parallels (Tapping, Stroop, Categories, Card Sorting, etc.). The Gentask program includes an interface for creating and presenting almost any type of visual, auditory, or combined task and recording behavioral responses. Gentask has been used for a variety of experiments including auditory P300, N400, MMN, CNV, picture memory, and many more. The Gentask Editor makes creating, modifying and debugging sequences files very easy. The Sound Editor program is used for recording, editing, and presenting digital sound segments. The Image Converter module will convert less familiar formats into commonly encountered types of graphics files (BMP, JPG, PNG, TIF, etc.) that can then be presented.
STIM2 interfaces seamlessly with CURRY 7 and SCAN, as well as any of our amplifiers: SynAmps RT, Neuvo, NuAmps and Grael.