Using a slider in a trial


Using a slider in a trial

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Dear all

In my experiment the subjects have to decide whether or not a statement is correct or false (e.g. Paris is located in France). After each statement the subject are supposed to tell us how well they could read the statement (with a slider). The statements are shown randomly.

Now I have the following problem:

I can show the statements randomly:
<block contiguity1c>
/ trials = [1-4=noreplace(statement1, statement2, statement3, statement4)]
</block>

But I have a problem with the slider. I cannot get the slider in the trials with the statement:

<trial statement1>

/stimulusframes = [1=statement1, 2=slider1]

/validresponse = ("c","n")

/correctresponse = ("c")

</trial>

This doesn't work.

I also tried to put the statement in a surveypage which as well did not work.

I thought about using the statement and the slider in different trials but then I have a problem with randomizing them. Because then the slider1 won't necessarily be displayed after statement1 anymore.

Is there a way to solve this problem?

Thank you so much for your response.


Best regards

Rebecca


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A <slider> is not a stimulus. It cannot be displayed (or otherwise used) by a <trial>. If you want to build something "slider-like", you can do so using standard stimulus elements and input methods applicable to <trial> elements, see. e.g. https://www.millisecond.com/forums/FindPost2446.aspx

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Thank you very much for your help Smile

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