The experiment is doable in SuperLab 5. Two things need to be done:
Determine whether the response is correct using rules at the trial level instead of feedback at the event level
Create a parameter of type “Timer”, then start it and pause it. We will use this timer to measure RT.
In the attached experiment, I focused on running trial “TrainingTrial” only as a way of illustrating how this can be done. I created a parameter “RT timer”. This timer is being reset to zero in event “ITI-initial”, started in event “ToneMATCHtext”, and paused in event “estimate-feedback500”. Please note that these are the events used in trial “TrainingTrial”. You may need to start/pause it in other events as well.
The steps above help us capture and store the RT for event “estimate-feedback500” in a parameter. At the trial level, I have created two rules that evaluate how long it took the participant to respond to the 500ms and 1100ms tones.
You’ll need to create similar rules for the remaining five tones.
Other changes I’ve made:
Tagged the items in stimulus list “TwoTonesPractice”
Deleted parameter “ RTlength” since it was no longer used
I created two events that present “Correct” or “Incorrect” messages, though only the Correct one is being used in the attached experiment.
I hope this helps.
TemporalEstimation rev B.sl5 (16.8 KB)