Ratio Task - Life Stress

For the ratio task, you are to judge the ratio of stress produced by the first (left) event in relation to the second (right) event. Compare the first event to the second.
That is, the first event's stress, divided by the second event's stress. Please use 100 for a ratio of 1; that is, if the first and second events are equally stressful,
you should respond 100. If the first event is more stressful than the second, the ratio will be greater than 1, and you should use numbers greater than 100. Similarly,
if the first event is less stressful than the second, then the ratio will be less than 1, and you will use numbers less than 100. The following are examples of how to
use responses to express the ratio of the first to the second event:

12.5 = The first event is **one-eighth** as stressful as the second event |

25 = The first event is **one-fourth** as stressful as the second event |

50 = The first is **one-half** as stressful as the second event |

100 = The first event is **equally** stressful as the second event |

200 = The first event is **twice** as stressful as the second event |

400 = The first event is **four** times as stressful as the second event |

800 = The first event is **eight** times as stressful as the second event |

Feel free to use any other numbers, in between or more extreme than the examples above, to express your estimates of the ratios.
Keep in mind that "100" is point at which the level of stress produced by the first event is equal to level of stress
produced by the second event. Notice that

* Warmup Trials for Ratio Task- Life Stress Scale *

*Actual trials start here. Please re-read the instructions once more. Remember, you are judging the ratio of stress created by
the first item divided by the second item.*