Stroop Effect Rubric

Week 3 Exercise: Stroop Effect Rubric

Component Excellent Satisfactory Needs Improvement Unsatisfactory Points Earned
Completed the Stroop Exercise

 

20 Points Possible

Student completed all required trials of the exercise, clearly recording the results. Student completed at least one full set of exercise trials (1 practice, 1 Stroop) Student partially completed exercise trials. Student did not report results of completed exercise trials.  
Interpretation of Results

 

20 Points Possible

Student provides an accurate, thorough description of the pattern of results, explaining how they did or did not fit the typical results. Student provides a mostly accurate description of the pattern of results, explaining how they did or did not fit the typical results. At times description lacks coherence. Student provides a marginal description of the pattern of results, explaining how they did or did not fit the typical results. Sufficient details and supporting evidence are lacking. Student does not provide a description of the pattern of results, and does not explain how they did or did not fit the typical results.  
Define Stroop Effect

 

20 Points Possible

Student provides an accurate, thorough definition in his/her own words of the Stroop effect. Student provides a mostly accurate definition in his/her own words of the Stroop effect. At times definition lacks coherence. Student provides a marginal definition in his/her own words of the Stroop effect or uses only the words of others to define. Student does not define in his/her own words of the Stroop effect.  
Relevancy of Stroop Effect

 

30 Points Possible

Student provides an insightful and creative discussion of the relevancy of the Stroop effect to perception and includes a clear example of the Stroop effect in real life. Student provides a discussion of the relevancy of the Stroop effect to perception and includes a somewhat clear example of the Stroop effect in real life. Student provides a discussion of the relevancy of the Stroop effect to perception, but does not include a clear example of the Stroop Eefect in real life. Student does not discuss the relevancy of the Stroop effect to perception or include a clear example of the Stroop effect in real life.  
Formatting/Writing

 

10 Points Possible

Work is presented in a logical and coherent way. Writing is clear, articulate, and error free. Citations are composed in proper format with few or no errors. Work is grammatically sound with a few minor errors. Citations are composed in the proper format with some errors. Work contains frequent grammatical errors. Citations are inaccurate or improperly formatted. Work does not demonstrate appropriate undergraduate level writing.  
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