show each sentence word by word in rsvp-task


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Hi,

as a beginner with programming experiments I'm stuck at the following problem:
I want to set up an experiment, in which I want to show in total 60 sentences to the test persons, while each sentence should be displayed word-by-word.
I already searched for an answer in this forum and found among other things the task I attached, but the problem ist, that in this script, there is only one list of letters, that is used in each trial, and the amount of letters is always the same (which is important to note, because of /trialduration, which will be not always the same in my experiment).

So can anyone tell me, how to adapt this script to my need, which is concretely:
In each of the 60 trials (1 trial = 1 sentence) I want to display every word for 300ms.

I would be so thankfull, if there is help outside!

Have a nice day!

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AchimS - 9/16/2022
Hi,

as a beginner with programming experiments I'm stuck at the following problem:
I want to set up an experiment, in which I want to show in total 60 sentences to the test persons, while each sentence should be displayed word-by-word.
I already searched for an answer in this forum and found among other things the task I attached, but the problem ist, that in this script, there is only one list of letters, that is used in each trial, and the amount of letters is always the same (which is important to note, because of /trialduration, which will be not always the same in my experiment).

So can anyone tell me, how to adapt this script to my need, which is concretely:
In each of the 60 trials (1 trial = 1 sentence) I want to display every word for 300ms.

I would be so thankfull, if there is help outside!

Have a nice day!

The script you attached is not suitable.
Instead. you'll want to work through either the self-paced reading script available in the library, which can be easily changed to do machine-paced reading (300 ms per word).
https://www.millisecond.com/download/library/selfpacedreading

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Dave - 9/16/2022

The script you attached is not suitable.
Instead. you'll want to work through either the self-paced reading script available in the library, which can be easily changed to do machine-paced reading (300 ms per word).
https://www.millisecond.com/download/library/selfpacedreading

Thanks, that might help a lot! Can you tell me, how to display all words at the same position?

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AchimS - 9/16/2022
Dave - 9/16/2022

The script you attached is not suitable.
Instead. you'll want to work through either the self-paced reading script available in the library, which can be easily changed to do machine-paced reading (300 ms per word).
https://www.millisecond.com/download/library/selfpacedreading

Thanks, that might help a lot! Can you tell me, how to display all words at the same position?

See attached.
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Dave - 9/16/2022

The script you attached is not suitable.
Instead. you'll want to work through either the self-paced reading script available in the library, which can be easily changed to do machine-paced reading (300 ms per word).
https://www.millisecond.com/download/library/selfpacedreading

Thanks, that might help a lot! Can you tell me, how to display all words at the same position?

See attached.

This is awesome, thank you!!
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