Employment discrimination: the role of implicit attitudes, motivation, and a climate for racial bias.

@article{Ziegert2005EmploymentDT,
  title={Employment discrimination: the role of implicit attitudes, motivation, and a climate for racial bias.},
  author={Jonathan C. Ziegert and Paul J. Hanges},
  journal={The Journal of applied psychology},
  year={2005},
  volume={90 3},
  pages={553-62}
}
This study is an attempt to replicate and extend research on employment discrimination by A. P. Brief and colleagues (A. P. Brief, J. Dietz, R. R. Cohen, S. D. Pugh, & J. B. Vaslow, 2000). More specifically, the authors attempted (a) to constructively replicate the prior finding that an explicit measure of modern racism would interact with a corporate climate for racial bias to predict discrimination in a hiring context and (b) to extend this finding through the measurement of implicit racist… CONTINUE READING
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