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By using attribute references "[...]" that reference attributes on a List, you can eliminate the number of unique E-Objects in an experiment and easily modify your paradigms. This reduces the need for multiple objects that may contain the same script or stimuli.
For example, a List containing an attribute named "theImage" can be made. This attribute can have the information for different images specified (i.e., Image1.png, Image2.png, etc.). Instead of creating multiple Slides or ImageDisplays that show all the images, one E-Object can be created that has a reference (i.e., [theImage]) back to the attribute.