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    Stroop Effect Experiments, Labs and Studies

      Definition

      The Stroop effect occurs when there isn't an identity between a word's (or a few words') print color and its semantic meaning. For example, the word "red" is printed in blue. In this case, it's much more difficult to process the word in the brain and to pronounce it in comparision to a situation when the word "red" is printed in red.

      Blue Brown Green Yellow Red

      Blue Brown Green Yellow Red

      Reading the first line of the colored words is easier and quicker than the second. That's a simple demonstration of the Stroop effect.

      Background Information

    • Stroop Effect Basics & Experiments [View Experiment]
    • Stroop effect - Wikipedia [View Resource]
    • Emotional Stroop test [View Resource]
    • Cognitive Neuroscience: How the Brain Works [View Resource]
    • John Ridley Stroop: creator of a landmark cognitive task [View Resource]
    • Studies of interference in serial verbal reactions - J. Ridley Stroop (1935) [View Experiment]

      K-12 Experiments, Tests, Lesson Plans and Science Fair Projects

    • Stroop Effect Science Fair Projects and Experiments - Science Fair Project [View Experiment]
    • Test if the Stroop Effect is stronger in kids of reading age compared to kids that can't read yet - Science Fair Project [View Experiment]
    • Determine if manipulations of words (e.g., rotation, mirror reversal, bending into circles), can eliminate the Stroop effect - Science Fair Project [View Experiment]
    • Does the Stroop Effect Change with Gender and Age - Science Fair Project [View Experiment]
    • Stroop Task: a Test of Capacity to Direct Attentions [View Experiment]
    • Interactive Stroop Effect Experiment [View Experiment]
    • The Stroop Effect - Lesson Plan [View Experiment]
    • Test Yourself: Stroop Effect (Video) [View Experiment]
    • The Reverse Stroop Effect [View Experiment]
    • Designing a Stroop Effect Experiment [View Experiment]
    • Effect of Word Meaning on Ability of 7th Graders to State a Word’s Color - Science Fair Project [View Experiment]
    • Stroop Effect: Dual processing causing selective attention. [View Experiment]
    • Stroop Effect and Vision [View Experiment]

      College Experiments, Labs, Studies and Articles

    • An Optimal Viewing Position Effect in the Stroop Task When Only One Letter Is the Color Carrier [View Experiment]
    • Lab Part 1: The Stroop Effect: Interference between cognitive processes [View Experiment]
    • Lab Part 2: The Stroop Effect continues [View Experiment]
    • Experiment: Interference of Stimuli on Associative Tasks - The Stroop Effect [View Experiment]
    • Effects of nicotine gum on repeated administration of the stroop test [View Experiment]
    • The Stroop effect: It is not the robust phenomenon that you have thought it to be [View Experiment]
    • Stroop-Type Interference: Congruity Effects in Color Naming With Typewritten Responses [View Experiment]

      Theses and Dissertations

    • Working Memory Load and Stroop Interference Effect [View Thesis]
    • Neurocognitive studies of music reading [View Thesis]
    • Category-effects and stimulus characteristics in visual perception [View Thesis]
    • Auditory localisation: contributions of sound location and semantic spatial cues [View Thesis]



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