Stroop test

The Stroop effect concerns color-name interference: when you see the name of a color written in the same color, that’s easier to process than when the color doesn’t match the name (for example, ‘red’ written in blue ink). Comparison of the different reaction times (how long it takes you to process RED written in red compared to RED written in blue) has been used to test attention, executive function, and processing speed, and less directly the presence of various disorders.

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