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Thread: Jumping and Displaying Previous Stim (case 464)

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    Jumping and Displaying Previous Stim (case 464)

    Can you jump to a later trial and reference stimuli that were randomly displayed in that same block?

    So, if I have a stimulus randomly selected from a list, and a participant answers a question about this stimulus, which, based on the response, jumps to an additional question about that same stimulus, can I re-display that same stimulus by referencing with the ?b1t5s2 type previous stim reference command?

    While I could just add the additional question in the same trial, and mid-trial skip to the next trial depending on their answer, I would like to retain WGR.

    The makeup of the task I am creating requires asking these nested questions of both previously displayed stim, and new, randomly selected stim. When the system draws up a new stim, however, I cannot seem to reference it within the block it was displayed (as described above).
    Last edited by jason_reed; 12-08-2015 at 02:00 PM.

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    Hi mdeegan!

    That sounds like it should work!
    Jason Reed
    Empirisoft Software Support Specialist

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