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  • n. Abbreviation of Implicit Association Test.

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  • One of the reasons that IAT has become so popular in recent years as a research tool is that the effects it is measuring are not subtle… the IAT is the kind of tool that hits you over the head with its conclusions.

    Implicit Prejudice, the IAT, and the Popular Press

  • I understand your skepticism, but I wouldn't say the IAT is a fad, or at least not like phrenology or EMDR.

    Implicit Prejudice, the IAT, and the Popular Press

  • The IAT is a widely used test that measures automatic associations people hold about various topics - participants are shown pairs of words and how quickly they respond indicates if they unconsciously associate those words together.

    PhysOrg.com - latest science and technology news stories

  • The IAT is a widely used test that measures automatic associations people hold about various topics ó participants are shown pairs of words and how quickly they respond indicates if they unconsciously associate those words together.

    The Situationist

  • At this year's edition of the Beijing Auto Show that runs from April 23 to 27, a Chinese company called IAT-Auto that few have heard outside its home market will take the veils off three new concept studies.

    Carscoop

  • And it did include - we have this software called the IAT software, which is a monitoring diagnostic software tool that goes along with our current Adaptive Interference Mitigation product.

    SeekingAlpha.com: Home Page

  • Sean Fowler, assistant vice president with insurance company IAT Group in Cold Springs, Fla., uses feedback from his co-workers as a reality check.

    When A Career Veers Off Track

  • Implicit Attitudes Tests (IAT) allow researchers to discover racial preferences and biases that operate beneath our explicit attitudes.

    shenanigans

  • To overcome concerns about self-presentation bias, I also measure implicit attitudes via an Implicit Association Test (IAT) for a representative sub-sample.

    Matthew Yglesias » Neighborhood Diversity

  • The IAT, which was developed by University of Washington psychology Professor Anthony Greenwald, has a proven record for measuring unconscious bias.

    Exit Polls: In Ohio, Late-Breakers Favor Hillary By 11 Points

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