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I am wondering if I can randomize the order of several trials with the list function?
In my experiment, every trial contains a movie file, as well as two markers for the movie (one for the recording with biopac, and another for the recording with eyetracker).
I have eight movie trials in total, and I'd love to randomize the order of presentation of each movie in the experiment. I also want to have a fixation cross between the transition of each movie trial.
At the moment, I have created a list attribute containing all movie trials:
/items = (trial.movie1, trial.movie2, trial.movie3, trial.movie4, trial.movie5, trial.movie6, trial.movie7, trial.movie8)
/replace = false
If I create the following block, will inquisit randomize the order of movie trials without replacement? If not, is there a way to achieve randomization in this case? I have thought about using the item attribute, but I do need the markers for each movie file. Therefore, the item attribute is not suitable in this case. Thank you in advance for your help!
/trials= [1=trial.fixation; 2= list.movielist; 3= trial.fixation; 4=list.movielist; 5 = trial.fixation; 6 = list.movielist;
7=trial.fixation; 8=list.movielist; 9 = trial.fixation; 10=list.movielist; 11= trial.fixation; 12= list.movielist;
13 = trial.fixation; 14 = list.movielist; 15= trial.fixation; 16 = list.movielist]