Stroop Effect

Woodward, T.S., Leong, K., Sanford, N., Tipper, C.M., & Lavigne, K.M. (2016). Altered balance of functional brain networks in Schizophrenia. Psychiatry Research: Neuroimaging, 248:94-104. PDF

Metzak, P. D., Meier, B., Graf, P. & Woodward, T. S. (2013). More than a surprise: The Bivalency Effect in Task Switching. Journal of Cognitive Psychology, 25(7): 833-842. PDF

Woodward, T. S., Metzak, P. D., Meier, B. & Holroyd, C. B. (2008). Anterior cingulate cortex signals the requirement to break inertia when switching tasks: A study of the bivalency effect. NeuroImage, 40, 1311-1318.   PDF

Woodward, T. S., Ruff, C. C. & Ngan, E. T. C. (2006). Short- and long-term changes in anterior cingulate activation during resolution of task-set competition. Brain Research, 1068(1), 161-169.   PDF

Woodward, T. S., Meier, B., Tipper, C. & Graf, P. (2003).  Bivalency is costly: Bivalent stimuli elicit cautious responding. Experimental Psychology, 50(4), 233-238.   PDF

Woodward, T. S., Ruff, C. C., Thornton, A. E., Moritz, S. & Liddle, P. (2003). Methodological considerations regarding the association of Stroop and verbal fluency performance with the symptoms of schizophrenia. Schizophrenia Research, 61, 207-214.   PDF

Woodward, T. S., Bub, D. N. & Hunter, M. A. (2002).  Task switching deficits associated with Parkinson’s disease reflect depleted attentional resources. Neuropsychologia, 40, 1948-1955.   PDF

Ruff, C., Woodward, T. S., Laurens, K. & Liddle, P. (2001). The role of the anterior cingulate cortex in conflict processing: Evidence from reverse Stroop interference. NeuroImage, 14(5), 1150-1158.   PDF