A Crazy Day - TEST blog sent by email
A fun day with friends. this is just a test blog that I am sending through email to see how it works and how it posts… Moreover, ensuing studies repeatedly found that females named colors more quickly (Baroun & Alansari, 2006). However, studies investigating differences between genders have rendered inconsistent results; further supporting Stroop’s original findings (Baroun & Alansari, 2006). Alternatively, In a study done in Mexico, school children between the ages of six and twelve years old who were give the Stroop Test in Spanish, showed a significant difference in interference based on their gender (Armengol, 2002). Conversely, Alansari & Baroun (2003) conducted a study comparing Kuwaiti and British students, and found that though Kuwaiti students experienced more interference, there was no significant difference between genders. Gaining insight into how females and males differ as they process information plays an important role in continuing efforts to improve communication between the genders (Baroun & Alansari, 2006). To date, the results using the Stroop Test have been inconsistent with regards to differences between the sexes and more research is needed in this area (Baroun & Alansari, 2006). That said, although this would be interesting to explore, given that our study sample was a convenience sample, it is not feasible for us we were not able to control for gender.