Eth week two checkpoint

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CheckPoint: Implicit Association Test 1 Implicit Association Test ETH/125 January 29. 2011 Ryan O'Kelly
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CheckPoint: Implicit Association Test 2 Implicit Association Test Of the five categories I chose to take the IAT test on skin-tone, to see if I may have a preference in dark or light skinned toned people. I must say that this test was extremely frustrating, all though very easy. While I was matching words to colored faces it struck me that I was have a difficult time putting good words with dark skinned pictures. I began to think that this is because dark skinned people are often associated with bad, I am not sure how true that may be, but that was the only reason I could come up with, I am not racist by any means, at least I do not think of myself as racist. I just can not understand why I automatically choose good words for light skinned people, its mind boggling. After completing the IAT test I was informed that I preferred light skinned people more than dark skinned people. I also learned that I am one of 27% who has taken this test that prefer
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