Dual-video visual probe task: Assessment of Attentional Bias to Alcohol (ABA) software
Software, image files, and a brief user guide to install and run a dual-video visual probe task designed to measure a participant’s attentional bias to alcohol are provided.
Attentional bias to alcohol is measured by presenting the dual video stimuli and assessing relative attention to the alcohol video clip compared to a matching non-alcohol video clip.
The software is provided "as is" and the contributors to this work disclaim all warranties with regard to this software. Unfortunately, we are unable to provide software support.
This user guide and the associated task (.exe) and stimuli (.bmp probe and .wmv video) files can be cited as:
Cahill, Christopher; White, Melanie; MacLeod, Colin; Grafton, Ben (2020): Dual-video visual probe task: Assessment of Attentional Bias to Alcohol (ABA). Queensland University of Technology. (Collection) https://doi.org/10.25912/RDF_1610080235998
These files should be considered in conjunction with the following paper which provides a fuller description and initial sample data supporting the utility of this task:
Cahill, C., White M.J., Macleod, C. & Grafton, B. (2020). Craving mediates the association between attentional bias to alcohol and in-vivo alcoholic beverage consumption in young social drinkers. Psychology of Addictive Behaviors. In press. https://doi.org/10.1037/adb0000688
Geographical area of data collection
Cite this collection
Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 (CC-BY)