Implicit motivation to control prejudice

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This research examines whether spontaneous, unintentional discriminatory behavior can be moderated by an implicit (nonconscious) motivation to control prejudice. We operationalize implicit motivation to control prejudice (IMCP) in terms of an implicit negative attitude toward prejudice (NAP) and an implicit belief that oneself is prejudiced (BOP). In the… (More)

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@inproceedings{Glaser2005ImplicitMT, title={Implicit motivation to control prejudice}, author={Jack Glaser and Eric D. Knowles}, year={2005} }