THE BLUE STRAWBERRY AND A GIANT MOUSE? STROOP EFFECT IN ASSESSMENT OF INTERFERENCE CONTROL IN PREREADING CHILDREN

Sara Filipiak

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У статті проведено теоретичний аналіз дослідження, метою якого є підготовка комплексу вправ на основі ефекту Струпа, який пояснює інтерферентний контроль у дітей, що навчаються читати. Інтерферентний контроль полягає у здатності швидко адаптуватися за умови перцептивного конфлікту. Інтерферентний контроль передбачає також вміння пригнічувати спонтанну/домінантну реакцію на стимули, а натомість застосовувати неконгруентну, неавтоматизовану реакцію. Перцептивний конфлікт вказує на прихований характер реакції у більшості осіб, що брали участь у дослідженні. Окреслено поняття інтерферентного контролю та методи діагностики інтерферентного контролю у дітей, що навчаються читати. Результат проекту може привести до теоретичного обґрунтування методичної спрямованості на підготовку гальмівних процесів у дошкільних закладах з адекватними методами і дидактичними засобами, а також уможливить надання коротких інструкцій для батьків.


Ключові слова


контроль перешкод; ігнорування контролю; ефект Струпа; когнітивний розвиток; дошкільний вік

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Siegel A.W., Vance B.J. Visual and haptic dimensional preference: A developmental study, Developmental Psychology, 1970, 3, 2, pp. 264 – 266.

Wright B.C., Wanley A. Adult’s versus children’s performance on the Stroop task: interference and facilitation, British Journal of Psychology, 2003, 94, 4, pp. 475 – 485.


Пристатейна бібліографія ГОСТ


Archivald S.J., Kerns K.A. Identification and Description of New Tests of Executive Functioning in Children, Child Neuropsychology, 1999, 5, pp. 115 – 129.


Alvarez J.A., Emory E. Executive function and the frontal lobes: A metaanalytic review, Neuropsychology Review, 2006, 16, pp. 17 – 42.


Bower B. Brother Stroop’s enduring effect, Science News, 1992, 141, 19, pp. 312 – 315.


Catale C., Meulemans T. The Real Animal Size Test (RAST): A new measure of inhibitory control for young children, European Journal of Psychological Assessment, 2009, 25, 2, pp. 83 – 91.


Carlson S.M. Developmentally sensitive measures of executive function in preschool children, Developmental Neuropsychology, 2005, 28, 2, pp. 595 – 616.


Durgin F.H. The reverse Stroop Effect, Psychonomic Bulletin & Review, 2000, 7, 1, pp. 121 – 125.


Friedman N.P., Miyake A. The Relations Among Inhibition and Interference Control Functions: A Latent-Variable Analysis, Journal of Experimental Psychology: General, 2004, 133, 1, pp. 101 – 135.


Heij W.L., Boelens H., Kuipers J.R. Object interference in children’s colour and position naming: Lexical interference or task-set competition?, Language and Cognitive Processes, 2010, 25, 4, pp. 568 – 588.


Ikeda Y., Okuzumi H., Kokobun M. Age-related trends of stroop-like interference in animal size tests in 5-to 12-year-old children and young adults, Child Neuropsychology, 2013, 19, 3, pp. 276 – 291.


Kagan J., Lemkin J. Form, color, and size in children’s conceptual behavior, Child Development, 1961, 32, 1, pp. 25 – 28.


Killikelly C., Szücs D. The development of interference control: A pliot study using the manual colour word stroop paradigm, Procedia. Social and Behavioral Sciences, 2010, 2, pp. 4842 – 4847.


Kochanska G., Tjebkes T.L., Forman D.R. Children’s emerging regulation of conduct: Restraint, compliance, and internalization from infancy to the second year, Child Development, 1998, 69, pp. 1378 – 1389.


Okuzumi H., Ikeda Y., Otsuka N., Saito R., Oi Y., Hirata S., Haishi K., Kokobun M. Stroop-Like Interference in the Fruit Stroop Test in Typical Development, Psychology, 2015, 6, pp. 643 – 649.


Lezak M.D. Neuropsychological Assessment (Third Edition). – New York : Oxford University Press, 1995, pp. 1 – 1000


Liu Q., Zhu X., Ziegler A., Shi J. The effects of inhibitory control training for preschoolers on reasoning ability and neural activity, Scientific Reports, 2015, 5, pp. 1 – 10.


Macleod C.M. Half a century of research on the Stroop effect: an integrative review, Psychological Bulletin, 1991, 109, pp. 163 – 203.


Prevor M.B., Diamond A. Color-Object Interference in Young Children. A Stroop Effect in Children 31/2 – 61/2 Years Old, Cognitive Development, 2005, 20, pp. 256 – 278.


Santostefano S. Cognitive controls and exceptional states in children, Journal of Clinical Psychology, 1964, 20, 2, pp. 213 – 218.


Stroop R. Studies of interference in serial verbal reactions, Journal of Experimental Psychology, 1935, 18, pp. 643 – 662.


Siegel A.W., Vance B.J. Visual and haptic dimensional preference: A developmental study, Developmental Psychology, 1970, 3, 2, pp. 264 – 266.


Wright B.C., Wanley A. Adult’s versus children’s performance on the Stroop task: interference and facilitation, British Journal of Psychology, 2003, 94, 4, pp. 475 – 485.





DOI: https://doi.org/10.24919/2313-2094.4/36.98642

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