Mechanisms underlying reduction in Stroop interference with practice for young and old adults.

@article{Dulaney1994MechanismsUR,
  title={Mechanisms underlying reduction in Stroop interference with practice for young and old adults.},
  author={Charles N. Dulaney and Wendy A. Rogers},
  journal={Journal of experimental psychology. Learning, memory, and cognition},
  year={1994},
  volume={20 2},
  pages={
          470-84
        }
}
Age-related factors in the reduction of Stroop interference with practice were examined in 3 studies. Young and old adults received extensive practice on a modified version of the Stroop task. Both groups showed reduced interference on the Stroop task with practice. Results suggest that young adults' reduction in Stroop interference was due to general task factors plus the development of a reading suppression response. The old adults' reduction in Stroop interference was attributed primarily to… CONTINUE READING
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