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OS (e.g. Win10): Windows 10
PsychoPy version (e.g. 1.84.x): (v2021.1.4)
Standard Standalone? (y/n) If not then what?:
What are you trying to achieve?:
I’m trying to make an experiment where images are presented to the participant (30 images per category, 3 categories total) and the participant has to rate the images. So far so good. However, for this experiment to have any value I need to randomize the injunction of “what” they’re rating (“Rate the novelty of this design”, or “Rate the usefulness of this design”). For this experiment, the crucial thing I’ll be looking at is response time.
Basically, I need my experiment to present image 1, wait 6 sec, then show a rating slider and text asking to the participant to rate “novelty” or “usefulness” of the object in image 1 (and so on for the 90 items). I would like the participant to not know if for the next item, they’re going to be rating “novelty” or “usefulness”, so I would like to randomize that “injunction” (and hopefully find in my participant response files what condition did they rate each time).
I am extremely appreciative of PsychoPy and it’s builder mode. This is to say as well that I have no knowledge of python, so my question would be is there a way to make this work without working on the code and only staying on builder mode ?
What did you try to make it work?: I haven’t been able to figure out how I can randomize that text and rating aspect. So far I had made a version of the experiment (with a training phase) where half of the items (45 stimuli) were presented and asked to be rated in terms of “Novelty”, then a break, then the other half to be rated in terms of “Usefulness”. Here is the what the builder looks like :
What specifically went wrong when you tried that?: Nothing has specifically gone wrong, I just haven’t wrapped my head around how I could make this work. I’m am respectfully hoping that someone more experienced could give me an idea.
Include pasted full error message if possible. “That didn’t work” is not enough information.