Is it possible at all to present participants with a selections of pictures,
(I'm gonna ask them to select the picture which represents them best)
And then have that selected picture as the target category
(So, the picture will appear in the upper centre of the screen while words stimuli flashes below)
in the experimental trials?
Any help is appreciated!
You will find this covered in the "How to Present Stimuli Provided by Subjects" topic in the documentation.
I'm also just wondering, with Inquisit Web, is it possible to:
participants answer series of questionnaires on qualtrics --> redirected to inquisit to complete GNAT --> redirected back to qualtrics for a couple more questionnaires --> redirected to inquisit once again, for another round of GNAT --> back to qualtrics?
Thanks and Regards,
Yes. See the "How to interoperate Inquisit with online survey packages" topic in the documentation.
Thanks a lot for your quick replies. Really appreciate it.
Sorry I actually wasn't clear with my question earlier. I have different scripts for the first and second inquisits. In the first inquisit, they will be doing some practice trials whereas in the second inquisit, they will be doing the experimental trials ---->
So is it still possible?
Yes, why would that make any difference? You can bounce back and forth as often as you want or need.
Says in the documentation (page 138), "An Inquisit Web license entitles you to run a single web experiment (as defined by a single Inquisit script)."If I am having 2 different scripts (i.e., first script for practice trials, second script for experimental trials with different categories), then doesn't it mean that I will not be able to do that?
I have just gotten access to inquisit web (have only purchased one licence) this morning and was playing around with it, trying to figure out how I can do that but to no avail. I have also read through "How to Interoperate Inquisit Web with Online Survey Packages " a couple of times but don't seem to get it still.. Is there any others ways that I can go about doing it?
No, quite the opposite. In fact the definition of "single web experiment" is very liberal as detailed at e.g. http://www.millisecond.com/products/inquisit4/academicweb.aspx#overview.
All you need to do is make smart use of query parameters (for subject id and particularly group id) along with using <batch> elements.
hmmmm alright.. I'll keep trying...
Thanks again, Dave. :)