Project Implicit Demo Website Datasets

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Description: 14 PI Demo site IAT study data from 2002 to current

License: CC0 1.0 Universal

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Project Implicit was founded as a multi-university research collaboration in 1998 by three scientists - Tony Greenwald (University of Washington), Mahzarin Banaji (Harvard University), and Brian Nosek (University of Virginia), and was incorporated as a non-profit in 2001 to foster dissemination and application of implicit social cognition. There are 14 IAT studies on the Project Implicit Demonstr...

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  • Race IAT 2002-2018


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  • Skin Tone IAT 2004-2018


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  • Age IAT 2002-2018


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  • Sexuality IAT 2004-2018


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  • Gender-Career IAT 2005-2018


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  • Gender-Science IAT 2003-2018


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  • President IAT 2003-2018


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  • Arab IAT 2004-2018


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  • Religion IAT 2004-2018


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  • Native American IAT 2004-2018


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  • Asian American IAT 2004-2018


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  • Weapons IAT 2004-2018


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  • Disability IAT 2004-2018


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  • Weight IAT 2004-2018


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  • IAT Changes Over Time


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  • Data Error Correction


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  • SPSP 2014 Poster

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