How to Set Focal Categories for Brief Implicit Association Test? “Good” Is Good, “Bad” Is Not So Good

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Three studies were conducted to examine the validity of the four versions of BIATs that are supposed to measure the same construct but differ in shared focal category. Study 1 investigated the criterion validity of four BIATs measuring attitudes toward flower versus insect. Study 2 examined the experimental sensitivity of four BIATs by considering attitudes… (More)
DOI: 10.3389/fpsyg.2016.00038

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@inproceedings{Shi2016HowTS, title={How to Set Focal Categories for Brief Implicit Association Test? “Good” Is Good, “Bad” Is Not So Good}, author={Yuanyuan Shi and Huajian Cai and Yiqin Alicia Shen and Jing Yang}, booktitle={Front. Psychol.}, year={2016} }