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The Stroop Effect

Unit 1: Statistics: Data in One Variable
Lesson 4 of 11

Big Idea: Students are active participants in John Ridley Stroop's famous experiment, which provides them with tangible reasons for the shape, center, and spread of a data set to change.

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James Dunseith

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