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The accuracy of a SlideSlider is scored based on a specified range of values. By default, when adding a SlideSlider to a Slide, logging specific to the SlideSlider is enabled. The .ACC, .RT, and .RESP of the SlideSlider can be propagated to the parent Slide so that the Slide's .ACC, .RT, and .RESP reports that of the SlideSlider. This can be done by setting the Slide's Input Sources to the SlideSlider in the Slide Properties under the General tab. A Slide Object's Input Source properties can only accept a single Input Mask, SlideSlider, or SlideChoice. The SlideSlider specific logging should be referenced when analyzing the .ACC, .RT, and .RESP of multiple SlideSliders.
This sample experiment illustrates how responses and response accuracy are logged when using SlideSliders. The TrialList contains Attributes with values representing the minimum and maximum of a range of numbers that can be selected on a SlideSlider to be considered a correct response. There are 2 pairs of minimum and maximum values, one for each SlideSlider. Attribute references are used in the SlideSliders Accuracy Range Min and Accuracy Range Max sub-object properties.
Participants are asked to make a selection on 1 or 2 SlideSliders between a specific range of numbers. Feedback is provided on the accuracy of your response as well as how the response is logged in the data.
The SingleSlider Slide Object presents 1 SlideSlider. SingleSlider has its Input Source properties set to Slider1. After a selection is made on SingleSlider, feedback is shown illustating how the Slide Object and its Slider's .RESP, .RT, and .ACC is logged. These are expected to be the same.
The MultipleSliders Slide Object will present 2 SlideSliders. MultipleSliders has its Input Source properties set to (input masks). After a selection is made on MultipleSliders, feedback will be shown illustating how the Slide Object and its Slider's .RESP, .RT, and .ACC is logged. These are expected to be different. Each SlideSlider's logging appears separately in the data, e.g., MultipleSliders.Slider1.ACC and MultipleSliders.Slider2.ACC.
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