This article applies to:
Experiment Author: Susan Campbell. Adapted from STEP and used with permission of Brian MacWhinney
This script is one way to handle having more than one correct answer in a trial. There are other ways to do this, but this one does not include any E-Basic Script.
This experiment uses Attributes in a List object to specify different responses that could be considered correct or incorrect. Two Keyboard Input Masks are used on the response collecting object; each one is set to a different correct response via Attribute reference in the Correct field of the Duration/Input properties.
A Text Display prompts participants to press either one of two keys on the keyboard. Three trials are presented. The RESP and the CRESP values can be observed in the data file.