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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How success enhances self-serving bias: A multinomial process model of the Implicit Association Test. Social Behavior and Personality: An international journal, 47(7), e8008
Implications of the Implicit Association Test D-transformation for psychological assessment.
Implicit association tests "measure the strength of associations between concepts (e.g., black people, gay people) and evaluations (e.g., good, bad) or stereotypes (e.g., athletic, clumsy)," in five separate parts.
"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.
Measuring Individual Differences in Implicit Cognition: The Implicit Association Test. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 74 (6): 1464-1480.
A multitrait-multidimensional validation of the Implicit Association Test: Implicit and explicit attitudes are related but distinct constructs.
(8) Tanya Kateri Hernandez, One Path for "Post-Racial" Employment Discrimination Cases--The Implicit Association Test Research as Social Framework Evidence, 32 L.
The researchers use the Implicit Association Test (IAT) score to measure managers' bias toward ethnic minority workers.
Researchers out of The Ohio State University discovered unconscious bias among members of the school's College of Medicine admissions committee after administering an implicit association test (IAT).
Participation in this aspect of the project, which encompassed completing the Sexuality Implicit Association Test (IAT), required each participant to click on that icon within the Project Implicit website.
While explicit measures mostly rely on self-reports, implicit measures are frequently based on reaction time tasks, such as the Implicit Association Test (IAT, Greenwald, McGhee & Schwartz, 1998).