The Implicit Association Test in a Social Psychology Textbook. Science or Propaganda?
The Implicit Association Test (IAT) is the most widely used indirect measure of attitudes, including attitudes towards groups (European Americans (Caucasians), African Americans, Asian Americans, etc.). Psychologists disagree about the ability of the IAT to measure individuals’ racial attitudes (Singal, 2017). Thus, it provides another opportunity to examine Gilovich, Keltner, Chen, and Nisbett’s (2019) promise … Continue reading The Implicit Association Test in a Social Psychology Textbook. Science or Propaganda?
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