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Roddy, S,Stewart, I,Barnes-Holmes, D
2010
April
Journal Of Health Psychology
Anti-fat, pro-slim, or both? Using two reaction-time based measures to assess implicit attitudes to the slim and overweight
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anti-fat bias IAT implicit attitudes Implicit Relational Assessment Procedure pictures RELATIONAL ASSESSMENT PROCEDURE ASSOCIATION TEST PREJUDICE PEOPLE BIAS 1ST
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Two measures of implicit attitudes, the Implicit Relational Assessment Procedure (IRAP) and the Implicit Association Test (IAT), were compared with each other and with a measure of explicit attitudes in the assessment of implicit pro-slim/anti-fat bias. Results from both implicit tests indicated higher levels of bias than revealed by the explicit measure. The IRAP data suggested that it was participants' pro-slim rather than anti-fat bias, which was driving this effect. Explicit attitudes and feelings towards the overweight were significant predictors of behavioural intentions towards the overweight with the IRAP offering a greater contribution to predictive validity than the IAT.
DOI 10.1177/1359105309350232
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