## anchoring experiment

 Author Message jens Distinguished Member Group: Forum Members Posts: 74, Visits: 54 Hello,I try to program an anchoring experiment a la Kahneman & Tversky. First, participants indicate whether a given quantity is smaller or larger than a "random" anchor. Next, they have to estimate the quantity. Unfortunately, I am unable to present the two related questions in a row. At the moment, I always present the first of the eight estimate questions while the judgment questions are, as wanted, presented in a random manner. So, I can't link the two questions together. As always, suggestions are welcome.Best wishes Jens Attachments AnkereffektV2a.iqx (154 views, 2.00 KB) Dave Supreme Being Group: Administrators Posts: 9.2K, Visits: 39K +xjens - Monday, March 19, 2018Hello,I try to program an anchoring experiment a la Kahneman & Tversky. First, participants indicate whether a given quantity is smaller or larger than a "random" anchor. Next, they have to estimate the quantity. Unfortunately, I am unable to present the two related questions in a row. At the moment, I always present the first of the eight estimate questions while the judgment questions are, as wanted, presented in a random manner. So, I can't link the two questions together. As always, suggestions are welcome.Best wishes JensThe /caption atttribute in should read/caption = "<%text.tniedrigurteil.item(values.position)%>"/position = (37%, 45%)for this to work. jens Distinguished Member Group: Forum Members Posts: 74, Visits: 54 +xDave - Monday, March 19, 2018+xjens - Monday, March 19, 2018Hello,I try to program an anchoring experiment a la Kahneman & Tversky. First, participants indicate whether a given quantity is smaller or larger than a "random" anchor. Next, they have to estimate the quantity. Unfortunately, I am unable to present the two related questions in a row. At the moment, I always present the first of the eight estimate questions while the judgment questions are, as wanted, presented in a random manner. So, I can't link the two questions together. As always, suggestions are welcome.Best wishes JensThe /caption atttribute in should read/caption = "<%text.tniedrigurteil.item(values.position)%>"/position = (37%, 45%)for this to work.Hello, thanks a lot for this advice. However, the caption is not displayed and inquisit gives a warning that a parameter or a result was out of range in the expression /caption = "<%text.tniedrigurteil.item(values.position)%>" (which is the reason why the caption is not displayed.)Best wishes Jens Attachments AnkereffektV2a.iqx (156 views, 2.00 KB) jens Distinguished Member Group: Forum Members Posts: 74, Visits: 54 +xjens - Tuesday, March 20, 2018+xDave - Monday, March 19, 2018+xjens - Monday, March 19, 2018Hello,I try to program an anchoring experiment a la Kahneman & Tversky. First, participants indicate whether a given quantity is smaller or larger than a "random" anchor. Next, they have to estimate the quantity. Unfortunately, I am unable to present the two related questions in a row. At the moment, I always present the first of the eight estimate questions while the judgment questions are, as wanted, presented in a random manner. So, I can't link the two questions together. As always, suggestions are welcome.Best wishes JensThe /caption atttribute in should read/caption = "<%text.tniedrigurteil.item(values.position)%>"/position = (37%, 45%)for this to work.Hello, thanks a lot for this advice. However, the caption is not displayed and inquisit gives a warning that a parameter or a result was out of range in the expression /caption = "<%text.tniedrigurteil.item(values.position)%>" (which is the reason why the caption is not displayed.)Best wishes JensHello,I found the error. I forgot to specify the items of the list-element.Best wishes Jens