Implicit Attitudes towards People with Intellectual Disabilities: Their Relationship with Explicit Attitudes, Social Distance, Emotions and Contact

@inproceedings{Wilson2015ImplicitAT,
  title={Implicit Attitudes towards People with Intellectual Disabilities: Their Relationship with Explicit Attitudes, Social Distance, Emotions and Contact},
  author={Michelle Clare Wilson and Katrina Scior and Stefano Federici},
  booktitle={PloS one},
  year={2015}
}
Implicit attitude research has expanded rapidly over the last decade and is seen as very promising as it counters biases present in much attitude research such as social desirability. However, most research in the area of intellectual disabilities has focused on explicit attitudes alone. This study examined implicit attitudes to this population and also… CONTINUE READING