during a search task, a condition wherein target and distractor stimulus alter roles at random during the course of an experiment, so that a stimulant might be a target in one trial and a distractor in the next trial.

VARIED MAPPING: "Varied mapping is beneficial to trials which might receive negative feedback for repetitive trials that could skew results."
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