Explicit and Implicit Evaluations of Mask-Wearers During the COVID-19 Pandemic

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The COVID-19 pandemic has impelled U.S. citizens to wear protective masks, but wearing masks has been commonplace in many Asian countries (e.g., China) well before the pandemic. In two studies with U.S. participants (N= 456) collected two months apart, we examined explicit and implicit perceptions of White and Asian mask-wearers. We also examined self-reports of how regularly participants—and othe...

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