Hi you 2,
there is one thing I do not understand at all about the script.
/ stimulustimes = [100=target;600=erase; 750=neutralwords; 5000=erase; 750=neutralwords2; 5000=erase]
What in the name of the Lord is that supposed to accomplish? You present "neutralwords" at 750ms and then "neutralwords2" also at 750ms. I get the impression that Sammers52 isn't aware of the fact that Inquisit expects SOAs (stimulus onset asynchronies), not ISIs (inter stimulus intervals). If I interpret correctly what Sammers52 is trying to do, the following trial sequence is intended:
blank (for 100ms) - target (for 500ms) - blank (for 150ms) - neutralwords (for 5000ms) - blank (for 750ms) - neutralwords2 (for 5000ms) - blank (until response)
This translates into Inquisit as
/ stimulustimes = [100=target; 600=erase; 750=neutralwords; 5750=erase; 6500=neutralwords2; 11500=erase]
Maybe this is really a bug in Inquisit since a trial definition as done by Sammers52 should be highly unlikely in the real world. Having a stimulus that is to appear quite early within the trial course defined way later is something I have never seen once.
If, however, "neutralwords" and "neutralwords2" really ought to appear simultaneously, the script better be something like this:
/ stimulustimes = [100=target; 600=erase; 750=sequence(neutralwords,neutralwords2); 5000=erase]
Just a thought,