Unformatted text preview: know was in 1925 and was developed by Emory Borgardus, later known as the Borgardus Test. Also in 1934, LaPiere showed that people don't always "act" as one would think based on their responses. Later after WWII, Adorno and his associates produced "The Authoritarian Personality" which contained assumptions about prejudice based on four scales. However in the 1970's and 1980's, Antonovsky tried to determine prejudice from a test that used derogatory labels. Using statistical methods, he was able to show a slight positive correlation between people who had little reaction to the use of such words and the degree of their prejudice....
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- Spring '09
- Prejudice, Statistical theory, Implicit Association, slight automatic preference, slight positive correlation