welshchic
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Can anyone tell me a directional hypothesesis for the stroop effect study. I have the gist of it but im stuggling to word it. Thank you
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A directional hypothesis will express the effect of an independent variable on a dependent variable. In the case of the Stroop test, the independent variable is whether the font name and colour were similar or different, and the dependent variable is the reaction time between the stimulus and the response. The hypothesis should therefore tell us how the font name and colour matching/not will effect the reaction time. So, a directional hypothesis for the Stroop test could be "Reaction time between stimulus and response will be longer when the font name and colour are different." Hope that helps, and if I'm wrong with any of that, please correct me (nicely).
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That sounds right. Thank you very much
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hi.. can anyone help me whats the best hypothesis for animal stroop effect and the possible independent, dependent and the contolled variable? thank you in advance!
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It will be usfull for me too. Thank u
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Hey do we require neutral stimuli or it can go without it
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