Sun 3 Aug, 2014 01:04 pm
- with 'blue', 'red', 'green', 'black', 'yellow', 'brown', 'grey', 'pink', 'purple' (the basic colours a man can spell, women can distinguish more for sure).
- displays randomly a set of 20 words
- with a random color issue from this array.
You see the trick ? My goal is to create confusion.
Thank you for the help.
Why would this create confusion?
Many brain teaser games have this puzzle. They show a word for a color in a different color and alternately ask you to name the font color not the text or name the text not the font color.
You might be able to find some code examples for it. Here is the source code page for one such test. You could probably do something similar in java and add a randomization to it.
Show the user a simple voting screen as per elections with two buttons:
For President of the United States, Choose one:
Abraham Lincoln || Bork Hussein Obunga
Anybody who presses the button for Bork is clearly in a trance of some sort.
English spelling is totally FUBAR but, such as it is, "trance" is spelled with a 'c'.
Hello if you search for "Stroop effect", you will understand why I use that for Hypnosis.
"Comment and document your code" is also an hypnotic suggestion for developers ;-)
This is exactly like that. My request for having a script will allow me to propose it in several language, and to change some parameters.
You think it is possible ?
Make a test to compare / demonstrate how hypnosis, via that Stroop effect is a demonstrate how easy is to remove some interference in the reaction time of a task.
Yes it is possible. The programming doesn't care what the text is. It can be anything and can be randomized to change the font color when that text is displayed.