publication . Article . 2005

Dissociating Stimulus-Stimulus and Response-Response Effects in the Stroop Task

James Schmidt; Cheesman, J.;
Open Access English
  • Published: 01 Jan 2005
  • Publisher: HAL CCSD
Abstract
Abstract The separate semantic and response competition interactions between colour and word processing in a manual Stroop task were evaluated by comparing three trial types. Identity trials are both semantically compatible and response compatible (e.g., BLUE in the colour blue), different response trials are both semantically incompatible and response incompatible (e.g., BLUE in the colour green, where blue and green have different response keys), and same response trials are semantically incompatible and response compatible (e.g., the word BLUE in the colour red, where blue and red have the same key press response). Ink colours were embedded in two different w...
Subjects
free text keywords: Social Sciences, INTERFERENCE, OVERLAP, CONFIDENCE-INTERVALS, COMPATIBILITY, MODEL, [SCCO.PSYC]Cognitive science/Psychology, Psychology, Word processing, Semantics, Automaticity, Color vision, Cognitive psychology, Stimulus–response model, Stimulus (physiology), Cognition, Stroop effect, Social psychology
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publication . Article . 2005

Dissociating Stimulus-Stimulus and Response-Response Effects in the Stroop Task

James Schmidt; Cheesman, J.;