implicit association test

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implicit association test

A test used to assess the attitudes or biases of the subject toward particular words or ideas. The examiner presents the subject with two words (e.g., the names of two different medical treatments) and two concepts (e.g., “safe” and “hazardous”). The subject is asked to choose which of the concepts best matches the offered words.
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The Implicit Association Test (IAT) tool, developed by Harvard as part of Project Implicit, explores thoughts and feelings outside of conscious awareness to help individuals identify and address any unconscious bias.
71) To better understand the general logic of the IAT procedure, see PROJECT IMPLICIT, https://implicit.
Project Implicit, a collaborative research venture between Harvard University, the University of Virginia, and the University of Washington, has tested 6 million participants over a decade.
In one study, a random sample of more than 1800 volunteers participated on the Project Implicit website, where they read a mock newspaper article comparing two competing welfare proposals.
163) While such techniques are less appropriate for our participants, who were engaged in person, we followed the Project Implicit scoring methods to facilitate a comparison.
13) See Project Implicit, General Information, http://www.
152) The faces were taken from the Project Implicit website.
The study report reveals that the science and math achievement scores across nations came from the Trends in International Mathematics and Science Study, and were compared with the implicit stereotype data collected through Project Implicit.
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