Stroop test

Stroop test

Psychology A test used to measure a person's sustained attention–eg, for word reading and color naming–with/without interference. See Psychological testing.

Stroop,

J.R., psychologist.
Stroop test - used in psychology/psychiatry.
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The core of this innovative application is the Stroop test, which evaluates psychomotor speed and cognitive alertness by measuring the time required to correctly identify a series of symbols and printed words with different colors (Figure 3).
Stroop Test: Stroop test is a manifestation of reaction time.
Se emplearon el test de aprendizaje auditivo verbal de Rey RALVT (28,29), las subpruebas sucesion de letras y numeros, claves digitos-simbolos, aritmetica y retencion de digitos de la escala intelectual de Wechsler para adultos (WAIS III) (30); el Trail Making Test (TMT) A y B (31), el stroop test de colores y palabras (32), el test de clasificacion de tarjetas de Wisconsin (WCST) (33) y las subpruebas fluidez verbal semantica y fluidez verbal fonologica del Neuropsi Memoria Atencion (34).
The relationship between the risky decision-making and the cool executive functions that were evaluated using the Stroop Test and the Wisconsin Card Sorting Task was investigated.
The plot above, for instance, shows performance on what's known as a Stroop test, which asks subjects to parse the difference between incongruently labelled colour/word pairs.
a) Stroop Test (Stroop, 1935), which assesses attentional skills, concept formation, planning and mental flexibility (Fernandez-Alcantara, et al., 2016).
Timed workshops include Liquid Nitrogen Ice Cream, River Detectives, Virtual Reality, Stroop Test, and MBed Programming.
Stroop Test. The Stroop test is a psychological test of mental vitality and flexibility.
We hypothesized that motor imagery ability and cognitive aspects assessed with the Stroop test would be associated with LRJT performance of images of the hands and feet.
Lo et al., "Effectiveness of the comalli stroop test as a measure of negative response bias," The Clinical Neuropsychologist, vol.
The Stroop test, PAS AT-3 (Turkish), and BICAMS battery (symbol digit modality test, SDMT; California verbal learning test-II, CVLT-II; brief visuospatial memory test revised, BVMTR) were used to assess cognitive performance.