1. Although certainly a makeshift solution, I could program what the examiner needs to see and input on the left side of the laptop's touchscreen and program the visual stimuli for the subject on the right side of the touchscreen. Then I could mirror the display to an external monitor and physically cover the left half of the external screen, which I don't want subject to see. I think this would work given that only the laptop's touchscreen needs to accept user input. What do you think?
2. Having gone through many of the online tutorials, I can see that Inquisit will permit more than one questionnaire item per page and more than one type of questionnaire item per page. Similarly, can multiple questionnaire items and questionnaire item types be embedded in a single trial of an experiment? For example,..
3. For one of my experiments, I would like one trial to include auditory instructions, followed by visual image, a radiobutton with an option attribute, a multiple choice item that accepts multiple selections, a nextlabel and a prevkey. This would mean that Inquisit would need to accept both touchscreen/mouse input and keyboard input during this one trial and somehow the two questions would need to be linked to the same trial in the dataset.