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An inkblot for attitudes: affect misattribution as implicit measurement.
TLDR
The affect misattributions procedure (AMP) was sensitive to normatively favorable and unfavorable evaluations, and the misattribution effect was strong at both fast and slow presentation rates.
Prejudice and perception: the role of automatic and controlled processes in misperceiving a weapon.
  • B. Payne
  • Psychology
    Journal of personality and social psychology
  • 1 August 2001
TLDR
Two experiments used a priming paradigm to investigate the influence of racial cues on the perceptual identification of weapons and found the motivation to control prejudice moderated the relationship between explicit prejudice and automatic bias.
Conceptualizing control in social cognition: how executive functioning modulates the expression of automatic stereotyping.
  • B. Payne
  • Psychology
    Journal of personality and social psychology
  • 1 October 2005
TLDR
Across multiple measures, automatic race bias was more likely to be expressed as behavioral discrimination among individuals with poor executive control and race-specific motivations to control prejudice.
Implicit Racial/Ethnic Bias Among Health Care Professionals and Its Influence on Health Care Outcomes: A Systematic Review.
TLDR
Although some associations between implicit bias and health care outcomes were nonsignificant, results showed that implicit bias was significantly related to patient-provider interactions, treatment decisions, treatment adherence, and patient health outcomes.
Stereotypes as dominant responses: on the "social facilitation" of prejudice in anticipated public contexts.
TLDR
The findings highlight a heretofore unknown and ironic consequence of anticipated public settings: Warning people that others may be privy to their responses may actually increase prejudice among the very people who are most worried about doing the wrong thing in public.
Sequential Priming Measures of Implicit Social Cognition
TLDR
A comprehensive meta-analysis of 167 studies found that sequential priming tasks were significantly associated with behavioral measures and with explicit attitude measures and indicated that sequentialpriming—one of the earliest methods of investigating implicit social cognition—continues to be a valid tool for the psychological scientist.
Why do implicit and explicit attitude tests diverge? The role of structural fit.
TLDR
The authors examined in 4 studies whether correlations between implicit and explicit tests were influenced by the similarity in task demands and, hence, the processes engaged by each test, and proposed a solution that uses procedures to maximize structural fit.
The Bias of Crowds: How Implicit Bias Bridges Personal and Systemic Prejudice
ABSTRACT As public awareness of implicit bias has grown in recent years, studies have raised important new questions about the nature of implicit bias effects. First, implicit biases are widespread
Racial Differences in Resolving Conflicts: A Comparison between Black and White Police Officers
This study examined the behavioral differences between Black and White police officers in handling interpersonal conflicts. Observational and survey data from the Project on Policing Neighborhoods
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