Implicit Association Test

The Implicit Association Test (IAT), invented by Dr. Anthony Greenwald in 1995, Professor, Department of Psychology, University of Washington, is the most widely used measure of implicit social attitudes. The IAT enables observation of unconscious attitudes (including one’s own) and has revamped understanding of stereotyping and prejudice. The IAT is used as both an educational and a research tool. In this video, Dr. Janice Sabin, Associate Professor, University of Washington School of Medicine, interviews Dr. Greenwald about the “implicit revolution” and appropriate use of the IAT in educational settings. Related information: Project Implicit:

SHPEP 2017

SHPEP 2017

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