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PS26A-03-299

Does the auditory Stroop conflict processing relate to individual predominant perception and sensation system.

[Speaker] Hashioto, Midori:1
[Co-author] Ishii, Chikara:2, Konishi, Kenzo:2
1:Hiroshima Bunka Gakuen University (Japan), 2:Kibi International University (Japan)

The people have predominant perception and sensation systems as visual, auditory and kinetic. Matsuda (2014) reported the relationship between stress coping style and the dominant perception and sensation systems. Buzzell et al. (2013) showed that incongruency negativity (Ninc) index of conflict processing is influenced by individual differences in cognitive style. They confirmed that congruency-dependent modulation of the Ninc was observed only when participants performed their non-dominant task. The purpose of this study was to investigate the relation to human predominant perception and sensation system of auditory Stroop conflict processing.
Participants were separated into visual or auditory predominant type. Stimuli were female or male voice saying the word "hi-da-ri (left)" or "mi-gi (right)" presented randomly from right or left speaker. Participants pressed button correspond to the presented words regardless of the location of speakers. Ninc was influenced by the difference of predominant type during this auditory Stroop conflict processing.
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