"a" and "zzz" in correct/ latency spots


"a" and "zzz" in correct/ latency spots

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Hello,
I have run an IAT using the script provided by Inquisit. I noticed that the characters "zzz" appeared as the latency for one participant and the letter "a" appeared as the correct/incorrect code for a couple trials for a few other participants. Anyone know what this means?
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Are you looking at (1) the unaltered raw data files as generated by Inquisit or (2) at files that have already been processed in some way (imported into some spreadsheet application, merged, etc.)?

If (1), could you please provide one or two data files that show those entries ("a", "zzz"). They have no meaning and should not be present in the data columns you mention.

If (2), those entries may have been mangled during import or processing. Double-check with the original raw data file and verify whether the issue exists in the unaltered file or only the processed one.

Thanks.

GO


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