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Attentional bias refers to the tendency for a particular class of stimuli to capture attention. The term is most typically used to refer to biases related to emotional content in bottom-up-capture attention tasks.
Synonyms: Attention bias
RPoldrack about one year ago.

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visual search task
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  • threat bias (threat-incongruent - threat-congruent trials)
 
  • reward bias (reward-incongruent - reward-congruent trials)
 

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