What Makes Mental Associations Personal or Extra-Personal ? Conceptual Issues in the Methodological Debate about Implicit Attitude Measures

@inproceedings{Gawronski2008WhatMM,
  title={What Makes Mental Associations Personal or Extra-Personal ? Conceptual Issues in the Methodological Debate about Implicit Attitude Measures},
  author={Bertram Gawronski and Kurt R Peters and Etienne P Lebel},
  year={2008}
}
Over the last decade, a new class of indirect measurement procedures has become increasingly popular in many areas of psychology. However, these implicit measures have also sparked controversies about the nature of the constructs they assess. One controversy has been stimulated by the question of whether some implicit measures (or implicit measures in general) assess extra-personal rather than personal associations. We argue that, despite empirical and methodological advances stimulated by this… CONTINUE READING

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