Implicit Application Test Checkpoint week two day five.

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Implicit Application Test Implicit Application Test Cultural Diversity 125 University of Phoenix Mark Watson April 2 2010 Timothy Albert
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The Implicit Application Test that I chose to take for this checkpoint was the ‘Native American’ test. Results indicated little or no affiliation between Native Americans, White Americans, or with foreign and American. I feel the test didn’t measure prejudice simply because education and knowledge tells a person that there is no affiliation between any of the groups, and by making your decisions when answering you are relying on what you know does not make you prejudice. I also believe that these IAP tests could be fabricated. The test could be easily manipulated because it is a simple matter of paying close attention. If a person is paying attention they could get every answer correct on the first try, and come up non partial while all the time being extremely racial. I don’t feel that it is easy to measure prejudice, unless every individual is 100%
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