Week 2 Assignment - Checkpoint Implicit Association Test

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Week 2 Assignment – Checkpoint Implicit Association Test 1 Week 2 Assignment – Checkpoint Implicit Association Test Melissa Krol ETH - 125 February 4, 2010 Instructor: Dalie J. Quiros Axia College of University of Phoenix
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Week 2 Assignment – Checkpoint Implicit Association Test 2 Week 2 Assignment – Checkpoint Implicit Association Test I took the Arab-Muslim IAT and my results for the test stated “Your data suggested a strong automatic preference for Other People compared to Arab Muslims” (Project Implicit, 2010). I took this test because I have never had the opportunity to get to know someone of the Muslim faith and because of the attack on the twin towers. I cannot agree with the outcome of the test I do not think it is an accurate way to determine prejudice. The results could have been affected by how quickly my right hand and left hand react or the fact that most Arabic names are Muslim names, but Arabic names also can be Jewish names. I do not think there is an accurate way to
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