I have set up a learning to criterion task to be completed by young children. The task is set up with a narrative about a character who needs help to learn something. I have a loop which runs through 4 trials in 5 blocks (
blend_trials). This part of the experiment works fine. Children have to obtain a minimum score in order to attempt the next part of the task, a routine called
reading. After this, they are shown a series of short images with a voiceover telling them how the story ends. In other words, if children don’t perform well in
blend then we want to spare them the pain of
reading, which is even more difficult. But we still want them to see the end of the story, and not for PsychoPy to just stop abruptly.
What I would like to know is whether it’s possible to ‘skip’ to the end of the ‘story’ if the minimum score on
blend is not achieved. So far I haven’t found any answers to this online.
Below is a simplified version of the task, with the red arrow showing where I would like to skip to, based on the score achieved in
I have a running
blendroutine. I imagine this skipping process can be done with an if statement (i.e. if
total_score< minimum score needed, skip to
story_end1). Alternatively, I can imagine that it’s a case of telling
readingnot to run, but I don’t know how to do this, or even where this code should be placed.
Any help much appreciated!