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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Measuring Individual Differences in Implicit Cognition: The Implicit Association Test," Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 74(6): 1464-1480.
The Implicit Association Test (IAT, Greenwald, McGhee & Schwartz, 1998) is the most widely used method in the evaluation of the IAC.
The Single Category Implicit Association Test as a Measure of Implicit Social Cognition.
Using the Implicit Association Test to measure age differences in implicit social cognitions.
Statistically Small Effects of the Implicit Association Test Can Have Societally Large Effects, 108 J.
An implicit association test was also used to measure the implicit xenophobic self-concept before and after the treatment.
Unresolved problems with the "I", the "A", and the "T": A logical and psychometric critique of the Implicit Association Test (IAT).
Las medidas implicitas, como el Implicit Association Test (IAT), reflejan aspectos de la persona o de la cultura en la cual habita, asi como de la distincion entre la persona y su cultura, que tambien es significativa (Nosek & Hansen, 2008).
Our research uses the Implicit Association Test (LAT), which is a widely used reaction time measure, (69) to provide an initial test of an ICI in justice-involved individuals.
The automatic affective reaction toward African Americans was measured with the Implicit Association Test (IAT; Greenwald et al.
In another experiment to assess smoking associations with implicit Association Test (IAT), Huijding, Jong, Wiers, and Verkooijen (2005) reported that smokers' attitudes were less negative than those of nonsmokers although they both showed negative associations with smoking.