Latest Implicit Association Test Stories
If you believed that Chuckie Cheese was heaven when you were a kid, there's a good chance you still believe that today.
Determining whether a person is telling the truth or lying might be easier than you think, thanks to automatic associations made in the unconscious mind, according to new research appearing in the online edition of the journal Psychological Science.
A new study has revealed that medical students have a subconscious bias against obese individuals; meaning that weight loss via supplements like Liproxenol, which was developed by Liproxenol Nutraceuticals,
According to a University of Washington-Madison study, Facebook users may feel better about themselves after spending time on the social site.
Voters' racial attitudes, both conscious and unconscious, may be a significant factor in this year's U.S. presidential election, particularly since whites tend to prefer people of their own race.
After the 2008 election of President Barack Obama, many proclaimed that the country had entered a post-racial era in which race was no longer an issue.
New Johns Hopkins research shows that medical students — just like the general American population — may have unconscious if not overt preferences for white people, but this innate bias does not appear to translate into different or lesser health care of other races.
Psychologists have found that people may make economic and trust decisions based on unconscious or unintentional racial biases, according to a new study.
Psychologists have found that people may make economic and trust decisions based on unconscious or unintentional racial biases.
When people are feeling badly about themselves, theyâ€™re more likely to show bias against people who are different.
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