Shape and color naming are inherently asymmetrical: Evidence from practice-based interference.


Stroop interference is characterized by strong asymmetry between word and color naming such that the former is faster and interferes with the latter but not vice versa. This asymmetry is attributed to differential experience with naming in the two dimensions, i.e., words and colors. Here we show that training on visual-verbal paired associate tasks… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.cognition.2016.10.025


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