On the role of stimulus-response and stimulus-stimulus compatibility in the Stroop effect.

Abstract

Stroop effects might be due to differences in stimulus-response compatibility (SRC) and/or to differences in stimulus-stimulus compatibility (SSC). Recent evidence for the role of SSC is inconclusive, because there were no controls for effects of SRC that are based on short-term associations between stimuli and responses (i.e., associations set up as the… (More)

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@article{Houwer2003OnTR, title={On the role of stimulus-response and stimulus-stimulus compatibility in the Stroop effect.}, author={Jan De Houwer}, journal={Memory & cognition}, year={2003}, volume={31 3}, pages={353-9} }