3 Understanding and Using the Implicit Association Test : IV What We Know ( So Far ) about the Method

@inproceedings{Lane20063UA,
  title={3 Understanding and Using the Implicit Association Test : IV What We Know ( So Far ) about the Method},
  author={Kristin A. Lane and Mahzarin R. Banaji and Brian A. Nosek and Anthony G Greenwald},
  year={2006}
}
Each time a latency in responding to a stimulus is measured, we owe a debt to F. C. Donders, who in the mid-19th century made the fundamental discovery that the time required to perform a mental computation reveals something fundamental about how the mind works. Donders expressed the idea in the following simple and optimistic statement about the feasibility of measuring the mind: “Will all quantitative treatment of mental processes be out of the question then? By no means! An important factor… CONTINUE READING
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