Visual Analogue Scale


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Hi Dave,

Is it possible in Inquisit 5 to implement Visual Analogue Scales? If so, I could really use some help putting them in my code. For my study, I would like to put them in to measure the person's current anxiety level via a 1-10 scale. In my study, there are 6 video clips which the participants watch (one after every 5 trials), and it's after each individual clip that the participant would complete the VAS ("How anxious are you feeling right now, in this moment? (1 being LOW anxiety, 10 being HIGH)").
So, there would be 6 VAS in total, one after the video clip has played all the way through, but before the next 5 trials (if that makes sense). Any help you provide would be super useful! I've also attached my code if it helps. If you have questions about the code, let me know. Thanks! 
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fm323 - 11/26/2020
Hi Dave,

Is it possible in Inquisit 5 to implement Visual Analogue Scales? If so, I could really use some help putting them in my code. For my study, I would like to put them in to measure the person's current anxiety level via a 1-10 scale. In my study, there are 6 video clips which the participants watch (one after every 5 trials), and it's after each individual clip that the participant would complete the VAS ("How anxious are you feeling right now, in this moment? (1 being LOW anxiety, 10 being HIGH)").
So, there would be 6 VAS in total, one after the video clip has played all the way through, but before the next 5 trials (if that makes sense). Any help you provide would be super useful! I've also attached my code if it helps. If you have questions about the code, let me know. Thanks! 

If you want to keep things simple, use a <surveypage> with a <slider> as your visual analguie scale. Otherwise, see https://www.millisecond.com/forums/FindPost2446.aspx re. how to build a VAS using standard <trial> and <shape> elements.

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Hi Dave,

Is it possible in Inquisit 5 to implement Visual Analogue Scales? If so, I could really use some help putting them in my code. For my study, I would like to put them in to measure the person's current anxiety level via a 1-10 scale. In my study, there are 6 video clips which the participants watch (one after every 5 trials), and it's after each individual clip that the participant would complete the VAS ("How anxious are you feeling right now, in this moment? (1 being LOW anxiety, 10 being HIGH)").
So, there would be 6 VAS in total, one after the video clip has played all the way through, but before the next 5 trials (if that makes sense). Any help you provide would be super useful! I've also attached my code if it helps. If you have questions about the code, let me know. Thanks! 

If you want to keep things simple, use a <surveypage> with a <slider> as your visual analguie scale. Otherwise, see https://www.millisecond.com/forums/FindPost2446.aspx re. how to build a VAS using standard <trial> and <shape> elements.

Thanks! I'm just having trouble specifying when the VAS is shown - how do I make it so that each VAS is only shown after each clip?
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fm323 - 11/26/2020
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fm323 - 11/26/2020
Hi Dave,

Is it possible in Inquisit 5 to implement Visual Analogue Scales? If so, I could really use some help putting them in my code. For my study, I would like to put them in to measure the person's current anxiety level via a 1-10 scale. In my study, there are 6 video clips which the participants watch (one after every 5 trials), and it's after each individual clip that the participant would complete the VAS ("How anxious are you feeling right now, in this moment? (1 being LOW anxiety, 10 being HIGH)").
So, there would be 6 VAS in total, one after the video clip has played all the way through, but before the next 5 trials (if that makes sense). Any help you provide would be super useful! I've also attached my code if it helps. If you have questions about the code, let me know. Thanks! 

If you want to keep things simple, use a <surveypage> with a <slider> as your visual analguie scale. Otherwise, see https://www.millisecond.com/forums/FindPost2446.aspx re. how to build a VAS using standard <trial> and <shape> elements.

Thanks! I'm just having trouble specifying when the VAS is shown - how do I make it so that each VAS is only shown after each clip?

From the showvideo trial, /branch to the surveypage with the slider. From the surveypage, /branch to the init trial.

<trial showvideo>
/ stimulusframes = [1=videoclip]
/ validresponse = (0)
/ trialduration = 1000
/ branch = [
    surveypage.anxiety;
]

</trial>

<surveypage anxiety>
/ questions = [1=anxiety_slider]
/ showpagenumbers = false
/ showquestionnumbers = false
/ branch = [
    trial.init;
]
</surveypage>

<slider anxiety_slider>
/ caption = "How anxious are you feeling right now, in this moment?"
/ range = (1,10)
/ labels = ("LOW", "HIGH")
/ slidersize = (50%, 20%)
/ position = (25%, 40%)
/ required = true
</slider>
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fm323 - 11/26/2020
Hi Dave,

Is it possible in Inquisit 5 to implement Visual Analogue Scales? If so, I could really use some help putting them in my code. For my study, I would like to put them in to measure the person's current anxiety level via a 1-10 scale. In my study, there are 6 video clips which the participants watch (one after every 5 trials), and it's after each individual clip that the participant would complete the VAS ("How anxious are you feeling right now, in this moment? (1 being LOW anxiety, 10 being HIGH)").
So, there would be 6 VAS in total, one after the video clip has played all the way through, but before the next 5 trials (if that makes sense). Any help you provide would be super useful! I've also attached my code if it helps. If you have questions about the code, let me know. Thanks! 

If you want to keep things simple, use a <surveypage> with a <slider> as your visual analguie scale. Otherwise, see https://www.millisecond.com/forums/FindPost2446.aspx re. how to build a VAS using standard <trial> and <shape> elements.

Thanks! I'm just having trouble specifying when the VAS is shown - how do I make it so that each VAS is only shown after each clip?

From the showvideo trial, /branch to the surveypage with the slider. From the surveypage, /branch to the init trial.

<trial showvideo>
/ stimulusframes = [1=videoclip]
/ validresponse = (0)
/ trialduration = 1000
/ branch = [
    surveypage.anxiety;
]

</trial>

<surveypage anxiety>
/ questions = [1=anxiety_slider]
/ showpagenumbers = false
/ showquestionnumbers = false
/ branch = [
    trial.init;
]
</surveypage>

<slider anxiety_slider>
/ caption = "How anxious are you feeling right now, in this moment?"
/ range = (1,10)
/ labels = ("LOW", "HIGH")
/ slidersize = (50%, 20%)
/ position = (25%, 40%)
/ required = true
</slider>

Dave, you're the best. Thank you for the help!
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