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ERIC Number: EJ204003
Record Type: Journal
Publication Date: 1979-Apr
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On Processing Chinese Ideographs and English Words: Some Implications from Stroop-Test Results.
Biederman, Irving; Tsao, Yao-Chung
Cognitive Psychology, v11 n2 p125-32 Apr 1979
When Chinese adults tried to name the color of characters which represented conflicting color words, they showed greater interference than did English speaking readers of the same task in English. This effect cannot be attributed to bilingualism. There may be fundamental differences in the perceptual demands of reading Chinese and English. (Author/RD)
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Language: English
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Identifiers - Assessments and Surveys: Stroop Color Word Test