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    I have a question about using multiple lists on SuperLab 4.5.3.

    I have a situation where a small fraction of the events in my experiment have three separate trials (sentence prime + target word + comprehension question), while the majority of events only have two trials (sentence prime + target word). I do not want to have comprehension questions for each event, but I am finding it difficult to figure out how to add a third list so that it is only applied to the first 10 or so trials.

    Is there any way to add a third list for just a fraction of the events (without having the third list start from the beginning for the rest of the trials, as is mentioned in the manual on page 55)?

    I appreciate any help you can offer!

  • #2
    If I am understanding the problem correctly, you want some trials to have
    (sentence prime + target word)

    but you want other trials to have
    (sentence prime + target word + comprehension question)

    Is this correct? and if true, can the comprehension question always be paired with the same trial? or does it need to be associated with a trial at random?

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    • #3
      Yes, that is correct. The comprehension question must always correspond to their specific sentence prime + target word combination.

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      • #4
        See the attached experiment, I think that it will do what you are looking for.
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