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  • noun Plural form of IAT.


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  • However, the original study showed participants showed no mean level of bias on either of the stereotyping or evaluative IATs, meaning anti-black and pro-black bias were almost at a

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  • More than 3 million IATs have been completed on a Web site.

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  • The blast of daily black and white images are reflected he says, in the several hundred thousands rate IATs taken during the past decade.

    CNN Transcript Apr 12, 2005

  • The blast of daily black-and-white images are reflected, he says, in the several hundred thousand Race IATs taken during the past decade.

    CNN Transcript May 6, 2005

  • When these tests were done previously using the same IATs, white participants typically showed high levels of anti-black bias.

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  • In both studies, respondents were given two types of IATs: stereotyping and evaluative.

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  • Also, participants who listed Obama or another positive black role-model on the thought listing task were found less likely to respond with anti-black biases on the IATs.

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  • In addition to the IATs, Cox added questions that ask respondents to compare Obama to other blacks to measure whether people "subtype" him or, in other words, see him as a positive exception to their normal prejudices regarding blacks.

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