Using a new video rating tool to crowd-source analysis of behavioural reaction to stimuli

Holly Root-Gutteridge, Jemma Forman, Louise Brown, Anna Korzeniowska, Julia Simner & David Reby
Quantifying the intensity of animals’ reaction to stimuli is notoriously difficult as classic unidimensional measures of responses such as latency or duration of looking, can fail to capture the overall strength of behavioural responses. More holistic rating can be useful but have the inherent risks of subjective bias and lack of repeatability. Here, we explored whether crowdsourcing could be used to efficiently and reliably overcome these potential flaws. A total of 396 participants watched online...
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