The attention control tasks provided on this website have been designed to measure individual differences on the latent construct of attention control. In particular, these tasks were designed to avoid psychometirc issues in using difference scores as dependent variables and to deal with speed-accuracy tradeoffs (see Draheim et al., 2019 and Draheim et al., under review for more on these issues). See our Publications to learn more about the nature of attention control.
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If you use any of the tasks found above, please consider citing Draheim et al. (under review). In addition,
If you are using the antisaccade, consider citing:
If you are using the selective visual arrays, consider citing: