Priming and interference effects can be dissociated in the Stroop task: New evidence in favor of the automaticity of word recognition


Recently, Derek Besner and his colleagues (Bauer & Besner, 1997; Besner & Stolz, 1999a, 1999b; Besner, Stolz, & Boutilier, 1997; Stolz & Besner, 1999) have reported some experiments that apparently challenge the “automatic” character of word recognition in the Stroop task. The basic underlying idea in their studies is that if the Stroop effect is reduced or… (More)


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