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Assessing anxiety-linked impairment in attentional control without eye-tracking: The masked-target antisaccade task
Contemporary cognitive theories of anxiety and attention processing propose that heightened levels of anxiety vulnerability are associated with a decreasing ability to inhibit the allocation of attention toward task-irrelevant information. Existing performance-based research has most often used eye-movement assessment variants of the antisaccade paradigm to demonstrate such effects. Critically however, eye-movement assessment methods are limited by expense, the need for expert training indoi:10.31234/osf.io/8ud5t fatcat:pbn7j57jqfd3tncqzl6h3mvfee