Reading material Introduction The Stroop effect is one of the best known phenomena in cognitive psychology.
Do not read the words above. It was first published in following a series of experiments similar to those outlined above.
Despite the clear instructions however, most persons struggle to say the color of each word in column 3. When we look at the words in the test, we process the color of each word as well as the meaning of each word.
If both stimuli color and meaning are congruent or compatible, we will respond with the correct answer rapidly. This accounts for most persons having the fastest reaction times for words in column 2. If there is a direct conflict between word color and word meaning then the stimuli are incongruent or incompatible.
In such a case we will have to make a decision and pay more attention to one stimulus than the other. Experience has taught us to attach more significance to the meaning of words rather than the colors they are written in.
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Reading is automatic for most people. Therefore when we are instructed to do the opposite and pay more attention to the color of the word, interference occurs. We have to consciously adjust our answers as this new task is not as familiar to us as reading is.
This results in our reaction times being much slower with column 3 than with the other columns.The Stroop effect is one of the best known phenomena in cognitive psychology.
The Stroop effect occurs when people do the Stroop task, which is explained and demonstrated in detail in this lesson.
The Stroop effect is related to selective attention, which is the ability . In a condition where there is a conflict regarding words and colors (e.g., Stroop test), if the task is to report the color, the word information arrives at the decision-making stage before the color information which presents processing confusion.
The Stroop Test consists of colors that are written in words but in the wrong color ink.
The test-taker has to be able to state the color that the word is written in and be able to ignore whatever the actual word is.
For example, if you see the word “red” but it’s written in blue ink, the correct answer would be “blue”. The emotional Stroop task that was employed in the current study is a modified version of the classical Stroop task, involving the presentation of emotional words in different colors and reporting of .
The Stroop test have been administered on paper, computers and on apps. What is the EncephalApp Stroop? EncephalApp is a series of applications designed to evaluate patients with liver disease; the first of which is a Stroop task. A paper version of the Stroop task involves showing words that are the names of colors in the participant's native language (for an English language version see Stroop test image here and other images here and here).
The letters making up each word are printed in a color of ink different from the color name the word represents.