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Unformatted text preview: your own group, you will be faster when your group is paired with HAPPY MAD GOOD and slower when your group is paired with BAD Right Response Study 1: Effect Sizes of Outcomes *** 1 0.9 0.8 Cohen's d 0.7 0.6 0.5 0.4 * * * 0.3 ns 0.2 0.1 0 Explicit Attitude Resource Allocation Reciprocal Expectations (N = 44) Attributions Implicit Attitude Racial awtudes in the US! First: The development of explicit awtudes Implicit vs. Explicit preference Higher bars = preference for white over black Dunham et al., Trends in Cogni-ve Science Non- dominant groups do not show in- group preference Dominant = white; Non- dominant = black / hispanic Dunham et al., Trends in Cogni-ve Science Explicit racial awtudes towards Black & Japanese individuals White American subjects’ explicit awtudes White American Implicit awtudes In a small Japanese village: Explicit Implicit awtudes These awtudes and implicit preferences shape important decisions These awtudes and implicit preferences shape important decisions e.g., implicit racial awtudes explain 6% of variance in voter preference in the 2008 elec-on (Greenwald et al., 2009) 1057...
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