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Attentional blink is a phenomenon observed in rapid serial visual presentation. When presented with a sequence of visual stimuli in rapid succession at the same spatial location on a screen, a participant will often fail to detect a second salient target occurring in succession if it is presented between 180-450 ms after the first one.
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Definition contributed by CWhite about one year ago:Attentional blink is a phenomenon observed in rapid serial visual presentation. When presented with a sequence of visual stimuli in rapid succession at the same spatial location on a screen, a participant will often fail to detect a second salient target occurring in succession if it is presented between 180-450 ms after the first one.

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Fearful, but not angry, expressions diffuse attention to peripheral targets in an attentional blink paradigm.
Taylor JM, Whalen PJ
Emotion (Washington, D.C.) (Emotion)
2014 Jun
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On the automaticity of contingent capture: disruption caused by the attentional blink.
Du F, Yang J, Yin Y, Zhang K, Abrams RA
Psychonomic bulletin & review (Psychon Bull Rev)
2013 Oct
Citation added by CWhite about one year ago
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