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    Title: Adaptation of Victoria stroop test in ecuadorians students
    Other Titles: Adaptación del Test Stroop Victoria en Estudiantes Ecuatorianos
    Authors: Ramos-Galarza, Carlos
    Issue Date: 2017
    Publisher: Revista Iberoamericana de Diagnostico y Evaluacion Psicologica. Volume 2, Issue 44, Pages 57 - 64
    Abstract: Neuropsychological assessment of inhibitory control may be accomplished by specific tasks (reagents created to assess neuropsychological function of interest) not specific tasks (reagents created with a different purpose and can be used to assess a particular neuropsychological function) and deferred exploration (scales of behavior observation). In the first type of tasks it has been developed the Victoria Stroop experiment. Aim. To adapt the Victoria Stroop test in a sample of Ecuadorian students. Method. The design of research was a quantitative transeccional study. The measuring instruments were the experiment Stroop Victoria and BIS 11-c scale. Furthermore, the relationship between the scores of the experiment and the socio-demographic variables were analyzed. Results. A significant correlation between measurements of Stroop Victoria (impulsivity and inhibitory control) was found. Impulsiveness errors of the experiment are associated with the motor impulsivity BIS 11-c. It were not found relationship between gender, age of participants and the results obtained in the experiment. Conclusions. Impulsivity measures belong to a system called dirimidor conflict, where human beings act automatically or semi-conscious, whereas intrusion errors inhibitory control failure would be associated with deficits in attentional system supervisor.
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