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The Attention Network Task (ANT) is a task which measures alerting, orienting, and executive control in participants.
In the task, participants are asked to indicate which direction a central arrow is pointing. 3 trial types are possible: congruent (e.g., <<<<<), incongruent (e.g., >><>>), or neutral (e.g., 00<00).
Watch the following video to see how this task was made: Attention Network Task.