A questionnaire allows you to present one or more questions displayed in a single screen. Question and answer types include:
If the minimum requirements for any question have not been met (such as minimum answers/required answer) then the study is prevented from moving forward until those requirements are met. Questions whose requirements have not been met will be highlighted.
New: create a new questionnaire.
Copy: copy another questionnaire from the current study.
For multi-page questionnaires and their associated counterbalancing techniques see How to make a multi-page questionnaire.
You can edit the questionnaire heading text by clicking Edit on the heading in the view panel. Removing the heading text will remove the heading entirely.
To add a question, click on New question. When creating a new question, you can choose to start with a blank slate or to copy an existing question from the study.
Click Edit in the top left corner of the question (Figure 1). From here you can edit the question text as well as the answer options and style. To save your changes, click on Save in the top right corner of the question editor. To cancel your changes, click Cancel
A question can be removed by clicking Delete in the top right corner fn the question.
To add a response to your questionnaire, click on New response. When creating a new response, you can choose to start with a blank slate or to copy an existing response from the study. Questionnaires need to be coupled with a keyboard response or a buttons response in order to move the study forward.
You can edit a response by clicking Edit on the response construct in the view panel. See the particular response construct for more information:
A response construct can be removed from the questionnaite by clicking Delete on the response construct in the view panel.
Question order can be changed by dragging and dropping within the the view panel, or by dragging and dropping within the study tree.
To randomize the question order in a questionnaire, select
Random from the
Question order drop-down list in the questionnaire view panel (Figure 2).
Multiple questionnaires can be grouped for the purposes of block counterbalancing. A study can contain multiple counterbalanced groups. In order to enable block counterbalancing, each questionnaire must be a sub-construct of a trial block. Block counterbalancing can be set at the root of the study tree (Figure 3). See Counterbalancing trial blocks for more detail.