Stroop effect in Spanish–English bilinguals

@article{Rosselli2002StroopEI,
  title={Stroop effect in Spanish–English bilinguals},
  author={Monica Rosselli and Alfredo Ardila and Mirtha Santisi and M. R. Arecco and Judy Salvatierra and Alejandra Garc{\'i}a Conde and Bonie Lenis},
  journal={Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society},
  year={2002},
  volume={8},
  pages={819 - 827}
}
The aim of this study was to analyze the performance of Spanish–English bilinguals on the Golden Stroop Test. The effects of bilingualism, participants' age, age of acquisition of the second language, and proficiency in each language were analyzed. Participants consisted of 71 Spanish–English bilinguals, 40 English monolinguals, and 11 Spanish monolinguals from South Florida. Proficiency in Spanish and English was established using a self-report questionnaire and the English and Spanish… Expand
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