We are trying to run a simple math task (subtract a number from another number) that should end automatically after 1 minute. The way we set it up is the following: we have a block which contains one trial which is linked to several events. If the answer a participant provides is incorrect, the trial starts again. We tried to set the timer of the trial (and block) to a limit, but superlab does not seem to recognize these extra actions/rules.
We tried the following:
- add a rule to stop the trial if time since start of block is larger than a minute and perform the following action (exit block).
- Add an extra action to our main block and clicked stop presenting trials past 1 minute.
We think it fails to skip/stop presenting the remaining events, i.e. doesn’t move into a new block because it is in the middle of presenting our events. How can we get superlab to stop presenting events after one minute into the block? Please find our test version attached.
Unrelated: we will want to have various versions of this task (e.g., count backwards in steps of 13 from 2013; count backwards in steps of 15 from 4015, …). Is there a way to automatize creating response events so superlab knows when an answer is correct/incorrect.
SubtractionTest.sl5 (7.78 KB)