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Table 1 Category labels and stimuli of the brief cocaine- and heroin-aIATs

From: Detecting cocaine use? The autobiographical implicit association test (aIAT) produces false positives in a real-world setting

Items for Attribute A ‘True’: Items for Attribute B ‘False’:
1 I’m in London 1 I’m climbing a mountain
2 I’m taking a test 2 I’m at the beach
3 I’m in front of a computer 3 I’m playing football
4 I’m reading the screen 4 I’m at a shop
Items for Target A ‘as if you were a cocaine user’: Items for Target B (negative sentences) ‘as if you were not a cocaine user’:
1 I’ve used cocaine recently 1 I don’t use cocaine
2 I use cocaine 2 I’ve never tried cocaine
3 I’ve snorted cocaine with friends 3 I don’t snort cocaine
4 I snort cocaine 4 I don’t use cocaine with friends
   Items for Target B (affirmative sentences) ‘as if you abstain from cocaine use’:
   1 I am cocaine free
   2 I refuse to use cocaine
   3 I respect the law on cocaine use
   4 I keep off cocaine
Items for Target A ‘as if you were a heroin user’: Items for Target B ‘as if you abstain from heroin use’:
1 I’ve used heroin recently 1 I am heroin free
2 I use heroin 2 I refuse to use heroin
3 I’ve snorted heroin with friends 3 I respect the law on heroin use
4 I snort heroin 4 I keep off heroin