MSNBC Report on Implicit Associations
Posted by The Situationist Staff on August 4, 2009
Here’s a ten-minute MSNBC segment on IAT test, in which Tony Greenwald attempts to shed light on the test results of two commentators on MSNBC’s Morning Meeting.
To read a sample of related Situationist posts, see “Mispredicting Our Reactions to Racism,” “Banaji & Greenwald on Edge – Part IV,” “Mahzarin Banaji’s Situation,” “The Situation of Situationist – Mahzarin Banaji.”
To review the full collextion of previous Situationist posts discussing implicit associations click on the “Implicit Associations” category in the right margin or, for a list of such posts, click here. Go to Project Implicit to take the IAT discussed in this report here. Take the Policy IAT here.
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