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Aug 20, 2012
Hawkins, Carlee Beth; Nosek, Brian, 2012, "Hawkins and Nosek (2012): Motivated Independence? Implicit Party Identity Predicts Political Judgments among Self-Proclaimed Independents", hdl:1902.1/18708, Harvard Dataverse, V1
Reporting an Independent political identity does not guarantee the absence of partisanship. Independents demonstrated considerable variability in relative identification with Republicans versus Democrats as measured by an Implicit Association Test (IAT M=0.10, SD=0.47). To test w...
Mar 11, 2012
Andrew Menatti; Fred Smyth; Bethany Teachman; Brian Nosek, 2012, "Replication data for: Menatti, Smyth, Teachman, & Nosek (2012): Reducing Stigma Toward Individuals with Mental Illnesses: A Brief, Online Intervention", hdl:1902.1/17822, Harvard Dataverse, V1
Purpose: Our goal was to determine the effectiveness of a brief online intervention designed to reduce stigma-relevant attitudes toward mentally ill individuals. We examined whether the experience of completing a Brief Implicit Association Test (BIAT) measuring attitudes toward p...
Mar 11, 2012
Colin Smith; Kate Ratliff; Brian Nosek, 2012, "Replication data for: Smith, Ratliff, & Nosek (2012): Rapid assimilation: Automatically integrating new information with existing beliefs.", hdl:1902.1/17819, Harvard Dataverse, V1
The present research demonstrates rapid assimilation – the immediate integration of new information with existing beliefs. A vignette described generous and stringent welfare plans, one proposed by Democrats and one proposed by Republicans, manipulated between-subjects. Democrat...
Mar 11, 2012
Kate Ratliff; Brian Nosek, 2012, "Replication data for: Ratliff & Nosek (2011): Negativity and outgroup biases in attitude formation and transfer.", hdl:1902.1/17820, Harvard Dataverse, V1
Two studies used an illusory correlation procedure to test whether distinct implicit and explicit evaluations could result from the same learning episode. All participants learned twice as much about the qualities of one group (majority) than another (minority). In one condition,...
Mar 11, 2012
Yoav Bar-Anan; Brian Nosek, 2012, "Replication data for: Bar-Anan & Nosek (2012). Reporting Intentional Rating of the Primes Predicts Priming Effects in the Affective Misattribution Procedure.", hdl:1902.1/17818, Harvard Dataverse, V1
In the Affective Misattribution Procedure (AMP; Payne, Cheng, Govorun, & Stewart, 2005) pairs of prime and target stimuli appear rapidly in succession. Attitudes toward the prime influence the evaluation of the target despite instructions to avoid this influence. Because this pri...
Mar 11, 2012
Kate Ratliff; Bregje Swinkels; Kimberly Klerx; Brian Nosek, 2012, "Replication data for: Ratliff, Swinkels, Klerx, & Nosek (2012): Does one bad apple(juice) spoil the bunch? Implicit attitudes toward one product transfer to other products by the same brand.", hdl:1902.1/17821, Harvard Dataverse, V1
If people like a product, they will automatically like another product from the same brand even if they do not know anything about it (demonstrated in Study 1). In one sense, this may be a reasonable inference – brands that have one good product may be likely to have other good p...
Mar 11, 2012
Yoav Bar-Anan; Jan De Houwer; Brian Nosek, 2012, "Replication data for: Bar-Anan, De Houwer, & Nosek (2010): Evaluative conditioning and conscious knowledge of contingencies: A correlational investigation with large samples.", hdl:1902.1/17774, Harvard Dataverse, V1
Jan 2, 2012
Brian Nosek, 2012, "Nosek, Bar-Anan, Sriram & Greenwald (2012): Understanding and Using the Brief Implicit Association Test: I. Recommended Scoring Procedures", hdl:1902.1/17331, Harvard Dataverse, V2
Sriram and Greenwald (2009) introduced a Brief version of the Implicit Association Test (BIAT). The present research identified analytical best practices for overall psychometric performance of the BIAT. In 7 studies and multiple replications, we investigated analytic practices w...
Jan 1, 2012
Kate Ratliff; Brian Nosek, 2010, "Ratliff & Nosek (2010): Creating distinct implicit and explicit attitudes with an illusory correlation paradigm", hdl:1902.1/14569, Harvard Dataverse, V2
Two studies used an illusory correlation procedure to test whether distinct implicit and explicit evaluations could result from the same learning episode. All participants learned twice as much about the qualities of one group (majority) than another (minority). In one condition,...
Mar 1, 2011
Colin Tucker Smith; Brian Nosek, 2011, "Replication data for: Smith and Nosek (2011): Affective Focus Increases Concordance between Implicit and Explicit Attitudes", hdl:1902.1/15604, Harvard Dataverse, V1
Two attitude dichotomies – implicit versus explicit and affect versus cognition – are presumed to be related. Following a manipulation of attitudinal focus (affective or cognitive), participants completed two implicit measures (Implicit Association Test and the Sorting Paired Fea...
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