Goal-driven attentional capture by appetitive and aversive smoking-related cues in nicotine dependent smokers

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Brown, Chris R H; Forster, Sophie; Duka, Theodora;

BACKGROUND: \ud \ud Conventionally, involuntary attentional capture by tobacco cues in smokers are seen as an implicit bias, operating independently of current search goals. Prominent attention research, however, has suggested that search goals can induce an involuntary... View more
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