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  • The Stroop Effect

    Tittle: The Stroop Effects theories and explanations Jonathan James Greenriver Community College Tittle: The Stroop Effects theories and explanations Research The research conducted is to present an observation of the participating subject’s behaviors during the test taking and then to make interferences from their behaviors to explain what is going on behind the scenes (mental processes). The subjects involved in this experiment are from three different age groups. Respectably

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  • The Stroop Effect

    a desired conclusion or response. Interference’s effect was the main source of study behind the Stroop task (Stroop‚ 1935). The origins of the Stroop task came from the titular researcher determining to what end can contrasting stimuli‚ in this case the name of a color and the color of ink used for that word‚ interfere with one another (Stroop‚ 1935). This interference was due to automaticity (Stroop‚ 1935). Automaticity is the cognitive function of reacting to a stimulus so quickly due to the small

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    The Effect of Stroop Level of Interference on the Reaction Time Queens College‚ CUNY Abstract The aim of this study was to assess whether Stroop interference did indeed replicate with modern day students. Undergraduate students sample was obtained consisting of 12 females and 6 males‚ who are students in experimental psychology class. The independent variable was the condition of the stimuli with 3 levels (low‚ medium and high interference conditions). The dependable

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    Stroop effect and reading process Abstract This study evaluated the effect of congruency of color ink and color name on reading process. The 30 participants of the experiment were assigned to sets 1(a condition wherein congruent color names and ink color were presented first before the incongruent set of words‚ and 2 (reverse of set 1) by random selection. Participants were called in the laboratory two at a time‚ one of them from set 1 participants and the other from set

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  • Stroop Assignment

    The Stroop Effect‚ does it really exist? Rachael Hansen Submitted as a Psychology 201 Practical Report Due Date: 15th May 2009 Coordinator: Lauren Sailing ABSTRACT 104 Distance Education University students took part in this study‚ as part of an assignment to analyse the effect of Interference when completing the Stroop task. Participants were given a series of stimulus to set up the experiment. Each person had a turn of being both the participant

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  • Stroop Effect

    The effect is named after John Ridley Stroop‚ who published the effect in English in 1935 in an article entitled Studies of interference in serial verbal reactions that includes three different experiments.[1] However‚ the effect was first published in 1929 in German‚ and its roots can be followed back to works of James McKeen Cattell and Wilhelm Wundt in the nineteenth century.[2][3][4] In his experiments‚ J. R. Stroop administered several variations of the same test for which three different

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  • Stroop Ia

    An experiment investigating the effects of interference on speed estimates during the Stroop task Nicharee Thamsirisup (Nid) IB Psychology Standard Level Abstract: This experiment is to investigate the effect of color interference in speed estimates of the Stroop task which was first researched by John Ridley Stroop in 1935. This can be investigated by seeing the time difference between the task of identifying colors when color words are printed in the same color as their semantic meaning

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  • Stroop Effect

    Report The Stroop Effect University of Houston – Downtown The Stroop Effect The Stroop Effect is a psychological effect that was first wrote about in 1935 by a psychologist of the same name‚ John Ridley Stroop. In this experiment‚ John Stroop studied and compared subjects reading a list of words that were printed in black and had the same group of subjects read the same list of words in incongruent colors. Stroop didn’t find very

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  • Stroop Effect

    An Experiment to Investigate Stroop Effect Student name: Kristijan Kristic Candidate number: 1466-008 Type of Study: Experiment Subject and Level: Psychology SL Date of Submission: 14th December 2010 Word count: 1498 Table of contents ABSTRACT 2 INTRODUCTION 3-4 METHOD: Design 5 METHOD: Participants 5 METHOD: Materials 6 METHOD: Procedure 6 RESULTS 7-8 DISCUSSION 9-10 REFERENCE 11 APPENDIX I- Consent form

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    incongruence and interference: A Stroop Recreation Australian College of Applied Psychology Abstract The original Stroop Experiment performed by J.R Stroop in 1935 opened the field for experiments to research interference and its effects‚ causes and implications. This study looks at the Stroop findings in modern setting to get a new perspective on the causes of interference. 41 first year uni students were asked to participate in a direct recreation of the original Stroop Experiment‚ their results

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