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Rare or low probability targets are detected more slowly and/ or less accurately than higher probability counterparts. Various proposals have implicated perceptual and response-based processes in this deficit. Recent evidence, however, suggests that it is attentional in nature, with low probability targets requiring more attentional resources than high probability ones to detect. This difference in attentional requirements, in turn, suggests the possibility that low and high probability targetsdoi:10.3758/s13423-015-0921-5 pmid:26335411 fatcat:cmxdyv7tcrcmrfeuslru4byeue