In the Paced Serial Addition Test (PSAT) Active Task, the participant is prompted with a digit (the "stimulus") every few seconds, each time adding it to the previous digit.
When your project uses the CSV export format for Survey Results, data for Active Tasks is exported in the file
SurveyPSATResults.csv. When your project uses the JSON export format, Active Task data is included in the file
For a typical survey using this task, you'll expect to see:
- One survey result each time the participant completes the survey.
- One step result representing the Active Task.
- One PSAT result for that step. The individual prompts and responses are captured within that result.
A unique, auto-generated observation ID for a single addition attempt.
|A unique, auto-generated key for this step result. Can be used to cross reference with other survey results.
|The key for the survey result which this step result is contained in. Can be used to cross reference with other survey results.
|The identifier of the participant this task was for. Can be used to cross reference with Participants.
|The way the stimulus was presented to the participant: Auditory, Visual, or both.
|Number of seconds between stimulus prompts.
|Number of seconds the stimulus digit is shown on the screen. This will be 0 in an auditory-only test.
|The number of additions in the series.
|The number of additions the participant completed correctly.
|The number of consecutive correct additions.
|The total time (in seconds) the participant needed to complete all additions.
|The test's initial digit stimulus.
|The timestamp for when the participant started the test, in ISO 8601 format. Includes timezone offset information.
|The timestamp for when the participant completed the test, in ISO 8601 format. Includes timezone offset information.
A list of the individual addition attempts within the PSAT test. Each attempt provides the following data in JSON format: