The Stroop color-word test: influence of age, sex, and education; and normative data for a large sample across the adult age range.

@article{Elst2006TheSC,
  title={The Stroop color-word test: influence of age, sex, and education; and normative data for a large sample across the adult age range.},
  author={Wim van der Elst and Martin P. J. van Boxtel and Gerard J P van Breukelen and Jelle Jolles},
  journal={Assessment},
  year={2006},
  volume={13 1},
  pages={62-79}
}
The Stroop Color-Word Test was administered to 1,856 cognitively screened, healthy Dutch speaking participants aged 24 to 81 years. The effects of age, gender, and education on Stroop test performance were investigated to adequately stratify the normative data. The results showed that especially the speed-dependent Stroop scores (time to complete a subtest), rather than the accuracy measures (the errors made per Stroop sub-task), were profoundly affected by the demographic variables. In… CONTINUE READING

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