The Stroop effect is an outcome of our mental (attentional) vitality and flexibility. The effect is related to the ability of most people to read words more quickly and automatically than they can name colors.1. Define behaviorism, cognitive psychology, and neuroscience.2. How do the Stroop results challenge the assumptions of behaviorism and support the assumptions of cognitive psychology?3. How can the Stroop results benefit neuroscience?4. Are errors made when taking the Stroop test due to problems in the mind or in the brain?5. Could anything help someone do better (or worse) on a stroop assessment?