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    I am running a study looking at anxiety and attentional bias. The children will first discuss a scene with their parents (the parent is told whether they should talk about threat versus non-threat aspects within a scene) and then the children will have to reply what they saw. They are then placed next to an eye tracker which will measure their attentional bias to the scenes they have discussed. The last (third scene) will is the one they have not discussed with their parent but I still want to look at the attentional bias to this based on the discussion. Can someone help me with figuring out the test for this?
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