Exploring relations between task conflict and informational conflict in the Stroop task

@article{Entel2015ExploringRB,
  title={Exploring relations between task conflict and informational conflict in the Stroop task},
  author={Olga Entel and Joseph Tzelgov and Yoella Bereby-Meyer and Nitzan Shahar},
  journal={Psychological Research},
  year={2015},
  volume={79},
  pages={913-927}
}
In this study, we tested the proposal that the Stroop task involves two conflicts—task conflict and informational conflict. Task conflict was defined as the latency difference between color words and non-letter neutrals, and manipulated by varying the proportion of color words versus non-letter neutrals. Informational conflict was defined as the latency difference between incongruent and congruent trials and manipulated by varying the congruent-to-incongruent trial ratio. We replicated previous… CONTINUE READING

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