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Audio Stroop

An audio/color/word conflict experiment to test the Stroop effect with audio stimuli. You will be presented with a series of printed words. For each word there will be a voice saying the name of a color. If the name of the color you hear is the same as the ink color of the printed word, hit the same key. If they do not match, hit the different key.

For Stroop effect, see wikipedia

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Apostrophe placement

In written English, some words require apostrophes and some don't. Apostrophes change word meaning, but they don't change word sound (e.g., ships, ship's, and ships'), many people find it difficult to use these punctuation marks grammatically correctly. This short study asks participants to rewrite one word in each sentence to ensure it fits the sentence grammatically, which might require keeping, removing, or inserting an apostrophe.

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Lexical decision task

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Quick survey

A little questionnaire showing some of the different question types available.

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Australian diminutives

Many people in Australia like to change some words by shortening them or adding bits, so they might say "arvo" for "afternoon" or "chockie" for "chocolate". We're interested in how people change words they haven't seen before. In this exercise you'll see a series of new words, created for this study, in sentences. We'd like you to look at each one, and suggest a word that makes it sound more Australian. Make sure you read the word in the sentence before you decide.

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Stroop effect

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Ben Howell
Ben Howell
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