001-PM-(1 Set includes 1 Stroop effect test folder, scoring key and administrators manual)
Stroop Effect Test (English)
The ‘Stroop’ effect is one example of cognitive inhibition and the hypothesis of parallel processing. Parallel processing involves interpreting a stimulus input at different levels, results inhibition in cognitive process. This process of cognitive inhibition can be experimentally demonstrated using ‘Stroop Effect Test’. This test consists of two lists of words. The list ‘A’ has names of colors printed in the corresponding color. Wherein list ‘ B’ has names of colors printed in a different color. The subject has to name the color in which the word is printed and not the word while reading both the lists but separately. A key for the correct responses is also provided.