Attitudes and the Implicit Association Test.

  title={Attitudes and the Implicit Association Test.},
  author={Andrew Karpinski and James L. Hilton},
  journal={Journal of personality and social psychology},
  volume={81 5},
Three studies examined the relationship between the Implicit Association Test (IAT) and explicit attitudes. In the 1st and all subsequent studies, the lack of any correlation between the IAT and explicitly measured attitudes supports the view that the IAT is independent from explicit attitudes. Study 2 examined the relationships among the IAT, explicit attitudes, and behavior and found that the explicit attitudes predicted behavior but the IAT did not. Finally, in Study 3 it was found that the… CONTINUE READING
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