This component allows you to connect to a Cedrus Button Box to collect key presses.
Note that there is a limitation currently that a button box can only be used in a single Routine. Otherwise |PsychoPy| tries to initialise it twice which raises an error. As a workaround, you need to insert the start-routine and each-frame code from the button box into a code component for a second routine.
Everything in a PsychoPy® experiment needs a unique name. The name should contain only letters, numbers and underscores (no punctuation marks or spaces).
The time that the button box is first read. See Defining the onset/duration of components for details.
Governs the duration for which the button box is first read. See Defining the onset/duration of components for details.
If this is checked, the first response will end the routine.
What information to save, how to lay it out and when to save it.
This field lets you specify which buttons (None, or some or all of 0 through 7) to listen to.
Which button events to save in the data file. Events and the response times are saved, with RT being recorded by the button box (not by PsychoPy®).
If selected, a correctness value will be saved in the data file, based on a match with the given correct answer.
If selected, any previous responses will be ignored (typically this is what you want).
Parameters for controlling hardware.
This is only needed if you have multiple Cedrus devices connected and you need to specify which to use.
Set this to True to use the button box timer for timing information (may give better time resolution)
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