When old and frail is not the same: dissociating category and stimulus effects in four implicit attitude measurement methods.

@article{Gast2010WhenOA,
  title={When old and frail is not the same: dissociating category and stimulus effects in four implicit attitude measurement methods.},
  author={Anne Gast and Klaus Rothermund},
  journal={Quarterly journal of experimental psychology},
  year={2010},
  volume={63 3},
  pages={
          479-98
        }
}
It is not always clear whether implicit attitude measures assess the attitude towards single stimuli or the attitude towards categories. Nevertheless, this is important to know-both for interpreting implicit attitude effects and for selecting the test that is most appropriate for individual research aims. We investigated this for four implicit measures: the standard Implicit Association Test (IAT), the IAT-recoding free (IAT-RF), and two versions of the Extrinsic Affective Simon Task (EAST… CONTINUE READING

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