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A central controversy in the field of attention is how the brain deals with emotional distractors and to what extent they capture attentional processing resources reflexively due to their inherent significance for guidance of adaptive behavior and survival. Especially, the time course of competitive interactions in early visual areas and whether masking of briefly presented emotional stimuli can inhibit biasing of processing resources in these areas is currently unknown. We recordeddoi:10.1523/jneurosci.1997-11.2011 pmid:22049434 pmcid:PMC6623034 fatcat:d2m5bygebrh3dkmintcsyo5n6i