Task-Set Inertia , Attitude Accessibility , and Compatibility-Order Effects : New Evidence for a Task-Set Switching Account of the Implicit Association Test Effect

@inproceedings{AlbertLudwigs2004TaskSetI,
  title={Task-Set Inertia , Attitude Accessibility , and Compatibility-Order Effects : New Evidence for a Task-Set Switching Account of the Implicit Association Test Effect},
  author={Albert-Ludwigs},
  year={2004}
}
  • Albert-Ludwigs
  • Published 2004
Based on a task-set switching account of the Implicit Association Test (IAT), the authors predict a specific pattern of aftereffects as a consequence of working through IAT blocks. In Study 1, performance in an evaluative decision task, but not in a color-naming task, was decreased after working through the incompatible rather than compatible block of a… CONTINUE READING