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Previous studies have indicated that working memory capacity (WMC) is related to visual attention when selection of critical information must be made in the face of distraction. The present study examines whether WMC-related differences in flanker task performance might be decreased by displays that are designed to support bottom-up guidance of attention. Participants were required to respond to a centrally located target while ignoring a peripheral flanker. In one condition, bottom-up supportdoi:10.1080/17470218.2012.655698 pmid:22404647 fatcat:aag2pm34xvbjbkg22mqbngbo7m