Patterns of implicit and explicit attitudes in children and adults: tests in the domain of religion.

@article{Heiphetz2013PatternsOI,
  title={Patterns of implicit and explicit attitudes in children and adults: tests in the domain of religion.},
  author={Larisa Heiphetz and Elizabeth S. Spelke and Mahzarin R. Banaji},
  journal={Journal of experimental psychology. General},
  year={2013},
  volume={142 3},
  pages={864-79}
}
Among the most replicated results in social cognition is the split between explicit and implicit attitudes; adults demonstrate weaker group-based preferences on explicit rather than implicit measures. However, the developmental origins of this pattern remain unclear. If implicit attitudes develop over a protracted period of time, children should not demonstrate the implicit preferences observed among adults. Additionally, unlike adults, children may report group-based preferences due to their… CONTINUE READING
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