Priming can affect naming colours using the study-test procedure. Revealing the role of task conflict

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Sharma, Dinkar;

The Stroop paradigm has been widely used to study attention whilst its use to explore implicit memory have been mixed. Using the non-colour word Stroop task we tested contrasting predictions from the Proactive-Control/Task-Conflict model (Kalanthroff, Avnit, Henik, Dave... View more
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