Implicit Association Test (IAT) in version 3.15.9

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1 month 2 weeks ago #199781 by Antonia-nie
Sorry, I have one last question :side:
After a word was presented in the center and one key was pressed (key type and reactiontime noted), is there a way that the next word will only appear if the correct key is pressed at some point? So you have to match the right corner& key before the next word appears.
Is there a way to put a condition for matching key and subquestion?
Hope it's clear what I mean.

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1 month 2 weeks ago #199805 by tpartner
That would require a significant rewrite of the iatShowWord() function.

How would you define which key is correct for each item (sub-question)?

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1 month 2 weeks ago #199825 by Antonia-nie
Yes that's the problem.. Thought of somthing like only showing the next word with the combination of key and subquestionvariable with a if condition. I'm very new to Javascript and thought there might be an easy way I I might overlook. But not too bad, I am also happy without this function.

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