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The Stroop effect is a well-known behavioral phenomenon in humans that refers to robust interference between language and color information. Although this effect has long been studied, it remains unclear when the interference occurs and how it is resolved in the brain. By manipulating the verbality of stimulus perception and response generation, here we show that the Stroop effect occurs during perception of color-word stimuli and is resolved by a cross-hemispheric, excitatory-inhibitorydoi:10.1101/2022.01.18.476551 fatcat:3vcsojx7ovelpovopnl3d5jaqm