1/f noise and effort on implicit measures of bias.

@article{Correll20081fNA,
  title={1/f noise and effort on implicit measures of bias.},
  author={Joshua Correll},
  journal={Journal of personality and social psychology},
  year={2008},
  volume={94 1},
  pages={48-59}
}
Phenomena that vary over time can often be represented as a complex waveform. Fourier analysis decomposes this complex wave into a set of sinusoidal component waves. In some phenomena, the amplitude of these waves varies in inverse relation to frequency. This pattern has been called 1/f noise and, unlike white noise, it reflects nonrandom variation. Latencies in simple computer tasks typically reveal 1/f noise, but the magnitude of the noise decreases as tasks become more challenging. The… CONTINUE READING

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In 2 studies , the author examined the relationship between an individual 's attempts to avoid bias ( measured in Study 1 , manipulated in Study 2 ) and 1/f noise in implicit measures of stereotyping and prejudice .
In 2 studies , the author examined the relationship between an individual 's attempts to avoid bias ( measured in Study 1 , manipulated in Study 2 ) and 1/f noise in implicit measures of stereotyping and prejudice .
In 2 studies , the author examined the relationship between an individual 's attempts to avoid bias ( measured in Study 1 , manipulated in Study 2 ) and 1/f noise in implicit measures of stereotyping and prejudice .
In 2 studies , the author examined the relationship between an individual 's attempts to avoid bias ( measured in Study 1 , manipulated in Study 2 ) and 1/f noise in implicit measures of stereotyping and prejudice .
In 2 studies , the author examined the relationship between an individual 's attempts to avoid bias ( measured in Study 1 , manipulated in Study 2 ) and 1/f noise in implicit measures of stereotyping and prejudice .
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