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Figure 2. From: The Utility of Stroop Task Switching as a Marker for Early Stage Alzheimer's Disease.

Mean RT and Error Rate for Young, Old, and Very Mild DAT participants as a function of Response Cue (color vs. word) and Stroop Interference (incongruent vs. neutral) conditions. Dark squares indicate trials in which the participant was cued to name the color whereas white squares indicate trials in which the participant was cued to name the word.

Keith A. Hutchison, et al. Psychol Aging. ;25(3):545-559.
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Figure 1. From: The Utility of Stroop Task Switching as a Marker for Early Stage Alzheimer's Disease.

Mean RT and Error Rate for Young, Old, and Very Mild DAT participants as a function of Response Cue given on the current trial (Color vs. Word) and Task Switch (NSw vs. SW) conditions. Dark squares indicate trials in which the participant was cued to name the color whereas white squares indicate trials in which the participant was cued to name the word. A switch trial is one in which the participant responded to the alternate dimension (Color vs. Word) on the previous trial. Thus, on a Switch Word trial the participant must name the word on the current trial, but named to the color on the previous trial.

Keith A. Hutchison, et al. Psychol Aging. ;25(3):545-559.

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