I couldn’t find an answer to this question on the forum, so I was wondering if anybody could help me out.
We’re building an experiment in SuperLab that consists of both a training and testing phase. These involve a test where the participants select the word they hear. In the training phase, which was built using lists of images (to represent the words) and audio (to play the words), if they give the wrong response, ideally they should be able to hear the word again and select the correct answer, by restarting that specific event.
In other words, each stimulus from the randomized list should be repeated until the participant selects the correct answer.
I previously looked for a way to repeat events (for instruction screens), and here we managed to circumvent the issue by creating distinct trials for each repeatable action (such as clicking a loudspeaker to listen to a stimulus), which then have a “restart trial” function associated to them. But in the context of randomized testing this isn’t possible.
Does anyone have a solution to our problem? Hopefully I’m overseeing a simple solution…