Thanks for the super fast response. Let's see...something as follows (but I have not finalized the exact number of stimuli yet)
1. Subject is presented with an image stimulus
2. Subject is presented with an auditory stimulus
3. Subject is presented with two (or more>?) options on the screen (either words or images) from which he/she must select the 'correct' option
A concrete example of one run through this might be:
1. Image of a dog is presented for a predetermined amount of time (500ms for example)
2. The word "dog" is played via a .wav file
3. An image of a dog and a cat appear on the screen (left and right) and the subject is required to select the dog OR the words "cat" and "dog" appear and the subject is expected to select "dog".
This process (1, 2, 3) is repeated for a predetermined number of stimuli...say ten for now. Each one will be different so the option which subjects select from in #3 will be unique each time. All of the predesigned scripts I've managed to download and fiddle with thus far use binary categorization schemes (pleasant / unpleaseant, good / bad, etc) for subject response options. I'm trying to figure out how to extend the script for the scenario I desire and understand, I think, that there will need to be unique portions in the script for each run through the 1, 2, 3, sequence but, as I haven't gotten my head around the scripting yet, I'm a bit lost.