Case mixing does not modulate the Stroop effect

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2016 Midwestern Psychological Association Annual Conference


The purpose of the study was to understand word recognition by using a Stroop task with mixed-case words. Mixing word case did not effect the size of the Stroop effect in three experiments. Our results are consistent with a word recognition model that does not rely on word form, but rather on abstract content.


James R. Houston, Ann C. Rossmiller, Philip A. Allen