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This task is a type of cue-approach training in which participants observe images of individual food items presented for 1 s and are instructed to press a button as fast as possible (before the image disappears) only when they hear a tone (i.e., Go trials). There is no feedback to the participants regarding the success of the button press in the allotted time window. Full details can be read about:

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Changing value through cued approach: an automatic mechanism of behavior change

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Changing value through cued approach: an automatic mechanism of behavior change.
Schonberg T, Bakkour A, Hover AM, Mumford JA, Nagar L, Perez J, Poldrack RA
Nature neuroscience (Nat Neurosci)
2014 Apr