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Experiment Author: Psychology Software Tools, Inc.
The Attentional Blink Task is used to demonstrate the temporal costs in allocating selective attention.
This experiment is a version of the Attentional Blink Task. The goal of the task is to assess a participant's ability to accurately recall two targets. The participant is shown a series of characters. This task is designed to measure a participant's ability to accurately recall a target and its following character. The first target (T1), is displayed in red. The second target (T2) follows T1.
Responses are made with the keyboard and are shown in an Echo Client during the T1Response and T2Response TextDisplays. Responses are scored independently (i.e., T1 and T2).
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