Callosal involvement in a lateralized stroop task in alcoholic and healthy subjects.

@article{Schulte2006CallosalII,
  title={Callosal involvement in a lateralized stroop task in alcoholic and healthy subjects.},
  author={Tilman Schulte and Eva M. M{\"u}ller-Oehring and R. C. Salo and Adolf Pfefferbaum and Edith V. Sullivan},
  journal={Neuropsychology},
  year={2006},
  volume={20 6},
  pages={727-36}
}
To investigate the role of interhemispheric attentional processes, 25 alcoholic and 28 control subjects were tested with a Stroop match-to-sample task and callosal areas were measured with magnetic resonance imaging. Stroop color-word stimuli were presented to the left or right visual field (VF) and were preceded by a color cue that did or did not match the word's color. For matching colors, both groups showed a right VF advantage; for nonmatching colors, controls showed a left VF advantage… CONTINUE READING