Implicit attitudes matter for social judgments of others’ preference, but do not make those judgments more or less accurate

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Description: Materials for the registered report examining whether implicit attitudes affect the accuracy of social judgment. This registered report as received a Stage 1 In Principle Acceptance at the Journal of Experimental Social Psychology.

License: CC-By Attribution 4.0 International

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