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An inkblot for attitudes: affect misattribution as implicit measurement.
Misattributions people make about their own affective reactions can be used to measure attitudes implicitly. Combining the logic of projective tests with advances in priming research, the affectExpand
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Prejudice and perception: the role of automatic and controlled processes in misperceiving a weapon.
  • B. Payne
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Journal of personality and social psychology
  • 1 August 2001
Two experiments used a priming paradigm to investigate the influence of racial cues on the perceptual identification of weapons. In Experiment 1, participants identified guns faster when primed withExpand
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Conceptualizing control in social cognition: how executive functioning modulates the expression of automatic stereotyping.
  • B. Payne
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Journal of personality and social psychology
  • 1 October 2005
Two studies investigated the role of executive control in moderating the relationship between automatic stereotype activation and behavioral responses. Race bias in weapon identification was used toExpand
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Implicit Racial/Ethnic Bias Among Health Care Professionals and Its Influence on Health Care Outcomes: A Systematic Review.
BACKGROUND In the United States, people of color face disparities in access to health care, the quality of care received, and health outcomes. The attitudes and behaviors of health care providersExpand
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Stereotypes as dominant responses: on the "social facilitation" of prejudice in anticipated public contexts.
This article challenges the highly intuitive assumption that prejudice should be less likely in public compared with private settings. It proposes that stereotypes may be conceptualized as a type ofExpand
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Why do implicit and explicit attitude tests diverge? The role of structural fit.
Implicit and explicit attitude tests are often weakly correlated, leading some theorists to conclude that implicit and explicit cognition are independent. Popular implicit and explicit tests,Expand
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Implicit and explicit prejudice in the 2008 American presidential election
The 2008 US presidential election was an unprecedented opportunity to study the role of racial prejudice in political decision making. Although explicitly expressed prejudice has declinedExpand
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Sequential Priming Measures of Implicit Social Cognition
In a comprehensive meta-analysis of 167 studies, the authors found that sequential priming tasks were significantly associated with behavioral measures (r = .28) and with explicit attitude measuresExpand
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Escaping affect: how motivated emotion regulation creates insensitivity to mass suffering.
As the number of people in need of help increases, the degree of compassion people feel for them ironically tends to decrease. This phenomenon is termed the collapse of compassion. Some researchersExpand
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The Situated Inference Model
  • Chris Loersch, B. Payne
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Perspectives on psychological science : a journal…
  • 1 May 2011
The downstream consequences of a priming induction range from changes in the perception of objects in the environment to the initiation of prime-related behavior and goal striving. Although each ofExpand
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