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If the magnitude of reaction times in the millisecond range are necessary, the options to do decent experiments are very much limited. However, often reaction times are compared between situations and then relative reaction times are sufficient, which greatly reduces the requirement of accurate measurements, although the precision still needs to be good. The ...


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All of these are pretty great options, to the point where the answer is probably just 'use the one you're most comfortable with'. (Although open source is a huge plus) Javascript can do pretty decent timing, (for example here: https://link.springer.com/article/10.3758/s13428-021-01573-x). There's still "losing control of the rest of the environment"...


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