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Running head: IAT CHECK POINT 1 IAT Check Point Kristen Ortiz Eth/125 December 2, 2011 Jean Ellero
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IAT CHECK POINT 2 IAT Check Point I recently took a test to see how if I was prejudice against light skin or dark skin people. This test was called the Implicit Association Test or IAT Test. My result threw me a little off guard. My results showed I had an automatic preference for light skinned people than dark skinned people. This was a little surprising to me because I am married to a person that is dark skinned and my close groups of friends happen to be of dark skinned as well. I am however, light skinned. I have grown up around light skinned people and I do not think that my family is prejudiced either. My family does come from all walks of life. Other people however consider my husband and friends to have mainly “white” traits then what the stereotype for their skin color may entail. ‘In my opinion I do believe it is difficult to measure prejudice. If you look at LaPiere’s
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