The Error Code -9985 is happening because the trial named “shiput” contains too many events (30 events). SuperLab works best when each trial has only a few of events (such as cue + picture1 + picture2 + ISI + response-target). Typically only one event per trial should be intended to collect a response.
Using a Stimulus List SuperLab can easily do the work of generating 30 trials. You can create one stimulus list, and SuperLab will do the rest when you run the experiment.
The attached example experiment demonstrates how to create the experiment using a stimulus list.
The experiment can still use Feedback, as you will see in this demo file.
Two important things to keep in mind about how to change the “shiput” block to use a Stimulus list is:
1. With stimulus lists, you do not want to use randomization in the [B]Trial Editor[/B]. Instead, please go to the [B]Block Editor[/B] and choose "randomize the trials in this block"
2. Since there is only one event attached to the "shiput" trial, the [B]Correct Response[/B] tab of the [B]Event Editor[/B] works a little differently. On the [B]Correct Responses[/B] tab you need to go through every individual "wav" file in the list and indicate what is the correct response for each file.
session1hamam_stimlist.sl4 (16.9 KB)