Stroop test

Stroop test

Etymology: John Ridley Stroop PhD., 1897-1973
a test of cognitive ability assessing the ability to direct attention to a task.

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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Trail making tests (TMTs) A and B, verbal fluency tests, Stroop Test, and WCST were applied.
Results: Compared with control group, the study group displayed greater scores either in the Stroop test (19.
Along with the Stroop test and the Posner paradigm, one of the most frequently used methods is the dot probe task.
001) and the Stroop test of executive function (P = .
Mini Mental State Examination (MMSE); Geriatric Depression Scale (GDS); Beck's Anxiety Inventory (BAI); Clock Drawing Test (CDT); Wechsler Adult Intelligence Scale (WAIS-III)--Digit Span, Vocabulary, Block Design, Letter-Number Sequencing (LNS), Coding, Symbol Search; Rey Complex Figures; Trail Making Test (TMT); Sternberg Paradigm; Verbal Fluency tasks: semantics (animals) and phonemic (F-A-S); Rey Auditory-Verbal Learning Test (RVLT); Stroop Test (Colors and Words); Go/No-Go tasks; Wisconsin Card Sorting Test (WCST).
In our study, the data was struggled to process statistically, which was consisted of concentrated attention levels that was obtained by applying Stroop Test TBAG form to the referees who work in Turkish leages and their reaction time that was measured by using Newtest Reaction Timer 1/1000 equipment.
Attention, cognitive flexibility, and impulse control are the attribute of executive function and can be tested using tests such as: Stroop Test, Trail Making Test A and B, Wisconsin Card Sorting Test, phonematic fluency test (18).