RE: Error Message using Voice/Speech input


RE: Error Message using Voice/Speech input

Author
Message
jhedrick0521
jhedrick0521
Associate Member
Associate Member (202 reputation)Associate Member (202 reputation)Associate Member (202 reputation)Associate Member (202 reputation)Associate Member (202 reputation)Associate Member (202 reputation)Associate Member (202 reputation)Associate Member (202 reputation)Associate Member (202 reputation)

Group: Forum Members
Posts: 1, Visits: 1

Hi, my coauthor and I are having trouble getting Inquisit to display (or play) an error message when using auditory input.  We're basically running an experiment similar to an IAT but using vocal responses.  That part of the script works fine (and I can post if it would help), but our error messages - both textual and auditory - will not display or play if the subject vocalizes an incorrect (or even invalid) response.


In short, is there anyway to display a visual error message or play an auditory error message if the input is auditory and the subject utters an incorrect response?  Thanks!



James



P.S. - A similar script using a simple visual-manual experiment and input played the audio error message perfectly.


Dave
Dave
Supreme Being
Supreme Being (678K reputation)Supreme Being (678K reputation)Supreme Being (678K reputation)Supreme Being (678K reputation)Supreme Being (678K reputation)Supreme Being (678K reputation)Supreme Being (678K reputation)Supreme Being (678K reputation)Supreme Being (678K reputation)

Group: Administrators
Posts: 9.8K, Visits: 46K

In short, is there anyway to display a visual error message or play an auditory error message if the input is auditory and the subject utters an incorrect response?


The "Verbal Stroop with Speech Recognition" script available from the Task Library does exactly that, so you might want to take it as a starting point / model for your own script.


Hope this helps,


~Dave


GO


Reading This Topic


Login
Existing Account
Email Address:


Password:


Social Logins

Select a Forum....






Millisecond Forums


Search