Check Point - Implicit Association Test

Check Point- - many easy questions but including questions about the target group the sociologist is interested in finding out more information

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eference for Light Skin compared to Dark Skin.
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The result of my IAT is I prefer light skin compared to dark skin. I do think the test produced valid results in my case. The reason is because, I was taught to love everyone, but do not get involved with anyone outside of my race or ethnicity. In my opinion, I do not find it difficult to accurately measure prejudice. The reason is I am not one to be prejudice against anyone regardless of his or her race or ethnic background. One way is to use questionnaires containing
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Unformatted text preview: many easy questions, but including questions about the target group the sociologist is interested in finding out more information that the person does not like about the X group. It is like taking a questionnaire for medical purposes. This helps the doctor to know what is wrong with the person and how they might be able to help the person. Many people think that the questionnaires are an invasion of their previously, but actually it is there to try to explain what is wrong with the person....
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This note was uploaded on 01/08/2011 for the course ETH 125 taught by Professor Jameshenderson during the Spring '09 term at University of Phoenix.

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Check Point- - many easy questions but including questions about the target group the sociologist is interested in finding out more information

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