02-21 lecture Slides (Final)

Color interferes with shape naming color naming is

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Unformatted text preview: (press the button for “green”) ¨༊  Incongruent: GREEN (press the button for “red”) ¨༊  n༆  Results: You still get the Stroop interference effect, but the effect w/ manual responses is typical smaller than that w/ vocal responses Section 2 Results Congruent: 0.74 s Incongruent: 0.83 s (incongruent = slower) Section 3 Results Congruent: 0.77 s Incongruent: 0.86 s (incongruent = slower) The Effects of Practice on Automatization n༆  Practice diminishes demand on mental resources ¨༊  Practice gradually turns controlled into automatic processes (= “automatization”) Controlled Processes n༆  Automatic Processes Evidence: MacLeod & Dunbar (1988) ¨༊  Naming colors vs. naming arbitrary shapes 5 2/21/13 The Effects of Practice on Stroop: MacLeod & Dunbar (1988) Study BLUE Now, what is this? Name the shape; ignore the actual color RED GREEN The Effects of Practice on Stroop: MacLeod & Dunbar (1988) Study n༆  The “before” phase Color interferes with shape naming ¨༊  Color naming is more automatic ¨༊  Shape Naming Color Naming The Effects of Practice on Stroo...
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