Modeling selective attention: Not just another model of Stroop (NJAMOS)

@article{Lovett2002ModelingSA,
  title={Modeling selective attention: Not just another model of Stroop (NJAMOS)},
  author={Marsha C. Lovett},
  journal={Cognitive Systems Research},
  year={2002},
  volume={3},
  pages={67-76}
}
17 The Stroop effect has been studied for more than sixty years, and yet it still defies a complete theoretical account. The 18 model presented here offers a new approach that integrates several explanations of the Stroop phenomenon into a hybrid 19 model. Because this model is built within the ACT-R cognitive architecture (Anderson & Lebiere, 1998), it applies a generic, 20 pre-specified set of mechanisms for learning and performance to the particulars of the Stroop task. Besides fitting a… CONTINUE READING

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