Two distinct patterns of interference in between-attribute Stroop matching tasks.

Abstract

In between-attribute Stroop matching tasks, participants compare the meaning (or the color) of a Stroop stimulus with a probe color (or meaning) while attempting to ignore the Stroop stimulus's task-irrelevant attribute. Interference in this task has been explained by two competing theories: A semantic competition account and a response competition account… (More)
DOI: 10.3758/s13414-016-1253-x

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@article{Dittrich2017TwoDP, title={Two distinct patterns of interference in between-attribute Stroop matching tasks.}, author={Kerstin Dittrich and Christoph Stahl}, journal={Attention, perception & psychophysics}, year={2017}, volume={79 2}, pages={563-581} }