Components of Stroop-like interference in word reading.

Abstract

Previous research has shown that the naming of the picture of, for example, a guitar is substantially delayed when it is accompanied by the name of an object from the same semantic category (e.g., piano) as compared to a nonword control (e.g., xxxxx). La Heij (1988a) has shown that a large part of this Stroop-like interference effect can be attributed to… (More)

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@article{Heij1990ComponentsOS, title={Components of Stroop-like interference in word reading.}, author={Wido La Heij and Brigitte Happel and Marlies Mulder}, journal={Acta psychologica}, year={1990}, volume={73 2}, pages={115-29} }