This guide will show you how to cite Gorilla in your papers and how to use our logos on your research posters or in conference talks.
If you have a new publication you want to share with us, please fill in our Publications Form. We can then share your publication with other users or on social media.
Citing Gorilla is the easiest way to demonstrate that you have used a validated online research platform. If accurate stimulus or response timing is important for your results, you may also like to cite our timing accuracy paper.
To cite Gorilla in an article or pre-print, please link to the main website . We also recommend stating the date window within which data was collected, so that someone reading the study could cross-reference this with our release notes .
We have also published research validating our platform and timing, which you can add to your bibliography.
You may also want to consider publishing your protocol to Gorilla Open Materials , our open-access repository, so that people reading your paper can view your protocol.
The easiest way to show on your poster that you used Gorilla is to add our logo.
Our brand resource pack contains a range of high-quality Gorilla logos to use in presentations and conference posters:
You will also find a slide that explains what Gorilla is, which can be added to your slide deck:
We love hearing from researchers who have used Gorilla!
Whether you've completed your dissertation, thesis, taken your research to a conference as a poster or a talk, uploaded a pre-print, or had a paper published in a journal - we want to know! Email us, use our Contact Form , or get in touch over social media such as Twitter , Facebook , or LinkedIn .