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Creating an E-Prime program Taken from the e-studio ‘Getting Started’ guide. What do we want the program to do?. Blair & Banaji (1996) – stereotype priming Participants presented with a word (PRIME) Prime is stereotypically masculine/feminine Also Positive or negative

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Creating an e prime program taken from the e studio getting started guide

Creating an E-Prime programTaken from the e-studio ‘Getting Started’ guide


What do we want the program to do

What do we want the program to do?

  • Blair & Banaji (1996) – stereotype priming

  • Participants presented with a word (PRIME)

  • Prime is stereotypically masculine/feminine

  • Also Positive or negative

  • Prime replaced by fixation and then followed by TARGET word (M/F name)

  • Task to respond to name (1 if male, 9 if female)


Structure of exp t

Structure of exp’t

Welcome to the experiment!

Set up & run trials

PRIME

+

TARGET

Thanks & Goodbye!


E studio elements

E-Studio Elements

Procedure

Acts as a timeline for events within the experiment

List

Contains all independent variables, attributes, and stimuli as well as controls sampling

Text Display

Allows presentation of a full screen of text

Image Display

Allows presentation of images in bitmap (.bmp) format

Slide

Allows presentation of a combination of text, images and/ or sound

Feedback Display

Allows presentation of a combination of text, images and/ or sound


Creating an e prime program taken from the e studio getting started guide

Workspace – windows of the objects you are working with will be opened here

Structure - An outline (hierarchical) of your experiment

Toolbox

Properties –

Of object selected in Structure


Create a welcome screen

Create a Welcome Screen

4. Double-click on the object to open it

3. Rename the object as INSTRUCTIONS in the Properties line

1. double-click SessionProc

2. Drag a TextDisplay from ToolBox to the SessionProc Timeline


Creating an e prime program taken from the e studio getting started guide

Welcome to the Experiment. <Enter>You will see a word followed by a fixation cross. You will then be shown another (target) word<Enter><Enter>Your task is to determine if the target word was a male or female name.<Enter> <Enter> Press the “1” key for a male name and “9” for a female name. <Enter><Enter> PRESS THE SPACEBAR TO BEGIN!


Creating an e prime program taken from the e studio getting started guide

1. Change the length of display for the instructions to “infinite”

2. Add an Input device, so that participants can press the spacebar to move on


Creating an e prime program taken from the e studio getting started guide

  • Now create a “Good-bye” object

  • Place this in the Session-Proc timeline to come after the INSTRUCTIONS object


Creating an e prime program taken from the e studio getting started guide

  • Drag a list object from the toolbox to the SessionProc

  • Rename it as BlockList

  • Double-click the BlockList object


Creating an e prime program taken from the e studio getting started guide

  • Create a new Procedure called BlockProc

  • Type BlockProc in the Procedure column of the list object, press <enter>

  • Say “yes” to creating the new Procedure

  • Say “yes” to making it the default for new objects

  • Close all the windows in the workspace (not the e-studio application


Creating an e prime program taken from the e studio getting started guide

  • Double-click on the BlockProc object in the structure

  • Drag a new list object to the timeline and rename it TrialList

  • Double-click on the TrialList object to open it


Creating an e prime program taken from the e studio getting started guide

  • Click the “add attribute button”

2. Specify the name of the attribute to be PrimeGender

3. Select the default to be female


Now add all these attributes

Now add all these attributes

  • PrimeType (positive)

  • NameGender (female)

  • CorrectAnswer (9)

  • Prime (?)

  • Target (Linda)

Double-Click the PROCEDURE column and specify the default value to be TrialProc


Creating an e prime program taken from the e studio getting started guide

  • Create the TrialProc Procedure

2. Click the “Add multiple levels tool button and specify that you want to add seven levels

This gives you new levels wit the earlier specified defaults filled in

3. Complete all the lines as shown on the next screen


Triallist properties and procedure

TrialList properties and Procedure

1. Select the properties of the TrialList object

2. Select the SELECTION tab and change the selection from Sequential to Random

3. Check that the Reset/Exit options are set to display all samples


Defining the trialproc

Defining the TrialProc

  • Double-click the TrialProc in the Structure window

  • Drag a Text Display object from the toolbox to the TrialProc timeline and rename it Prime

  • Select the Properties and specify the duration to be 1000 milliseconds

  • Set the display to show the attribute you named Prime in the Trial List. To do that type [Prime] (exactly as shown)


Creating an e prime program taken from the e studio getting started guide

  • Drag another TextDisplay object onto the TrialProc timeline

  • Place it after the Prime

  • Rename it as Fixation

  • Type + as the text to be displayed

  • It should be displayed for a 1000 milliseconds (default)


Creating an e prime program taken from the e studio getting started guide

1. Drag a third TextDisplay object to the TrialProc timeline

2. Rename this as Target

3. Set it to display the [Target] attribute


Creating an e prime program taken from the e studio getting started guide

  • Change the duration to infinite

  • Add an Input device (keyboard)

  • Add the allowable Reponses (19)

  • Specify that the Correct response is defined by the attribute [CorrectAnswer]

  • You will then get prompted to set Datalogging to Standard – confirm this


Giving feedback

Giving Feedback

  • Drag the FeedbackDisplay object from the toolbox to the TrialProc timeline

  • In the properties find the InputObject name row and specify this as Target


Defining the feedback

Defining the Feedback

To change any of the lines of the feedback, single-click them. This selects them, and you can then change them by selecting properties


Finished

Finished!

  • Select the View Script option from the View menu

  • Generate your script

  • Then run your experiment


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