Being bicultural: a mixed-methods study of adolescents' implicitly and explicitly measured multiethnic identities.

@article{Marks2011BeingBA,
  title={Being bicultural: a mixed-methods study of adolescents' implicitly and explicitly measured multiethnic identities.},
  author={Amy Kerivan Marks and Flannery Patton and Cynthia Garc{\'i}a Coll},
  journal={Developmental psychology},
  year={2011},
  volume={47 1},
  pages={270-88}
}
Understanding how ethnic identities develop in adolescence is currently limited by a reliance on self-report paper-and-pencil measures. This mixed-methods study presents a novel response time measure, the Multiethnic Identities Processing Task (MIPT), to quantify bicultural adolescents' implicit identifications with ethnic and racial identity labels. Eighty-four adolescents (age 14-21 years) of diverse ethnic and racial backgrounds self-identified as bicultural or not bicultural and described… CONTINUE READING