The Stroop and Reverse Stroop Effects as Measured by an Interactive Tabletop Article - Février 2016

Holly C Miller, Sébastien Kubicki, Delphine Caffier, Christophe Kolski, Janick Naveteur

Holly C Miller, Sébastien Kubicki, Delphine Caffier, Christophe Kolski, Janick Naveteur, « The Stroop and Reverse Stroop Effects as Measured by an Interactive Tabletop  », International Journal of Human-Computer Interaction, février 2016. ISSN 1044-7318. 〈http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/10447318.2016.1150642?scroll=top&needAccess=true〉

Abstract

An interactive tabletop equipped with RFID technology implemented the Stroop and reverse-Stroop tasks. Participants moved a tangible object into one of four displayed virtual zones, which were identified either by a color border or the name of a color written in black. The correct target zone corresponded either to the color (Stroop) or meaning (reverse Stroop) of a word displayed in congruent or incongruent colored LED lights (e.g., “YELLOW” displayed in yellow or red, respectively). Participants took more time to place the object in a zone, made more errors, and found the task more difficult when the word was lit with an incongruent than congruent color. This interference was influenced by both the types of task and response zone in a way that fits with a dual step processing account. Results also showed that the outcomes of the conflicting information streams might be judged as fun.

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