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From:American Journal of Psychology (Vol. 126, Issue 3) Peer-ReviewedPrevious studies have found that potentially dangerous stimuli are better at capturing attention than neutral stimuli, a finding sometimes called the threat superiority effect. However, non-threatening stimuli also...
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