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Stroop Test: great Brain Teaser

stroop-testReady to test your exec­u­tive atten­tion capacity?

Quick! say aloud what color you see in every word, NOT the word you read.

Not easy, right? This actual task is called the Stroop test and is used in neu­ropsy­cho­log­i­cal eval­u­a­tions to mea­sure men­tal vital­ity and flex­i­bil­ity, since per­form­ing well requires strong atten­tion and self-regulation capability.

–> Enjoy these 50 brain teasers to test your cog­ni­tive abil­ity. Free, and fun for adults of any age!

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  1. Bob Beaver says:

    A most inter­est­ing exer­cise, par­tic­u­larly as one is con­scious (aware) that the brain is strug­gling against what the eyes see and what the mouth wants to say. I enjoyed the exer­cise, but then again, being an edu­cated Eng­lish­man my brain always fas­ci­nates me.

  2. Khalil says:

    Well it was to say sec­ond time. I used a trick, I did not see the com­plete words while say­ing, I just con­cen­trate on the color of last alpha­bet of the word, did not look the whole word at all, in just sec­ond attmept the result was

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