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My AIT was that I have a moderately automatic preference for African Americans over European Americ

My AIT was that I have a moderately automatic preference for African Americans over European Americ

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My AIT was that I have a moderately automatic preference for African Americans over European Americans. I could say that it produced valid results. I have a few very important people in my life that are African Americans. I am not sure that I have not had dealings with those that are European Americans. I think it can be difficult to measure prejudice yes. Some people are prejudice, or claim to be prejudice against a race, but I have often seen these claims made, and then watched them associate with the race as though they were friends. I realize there are a lot of groups such as the KKK, that are prejudice and show there support for there beliefs.
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