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**NOTE: By downloading and/or otherwise obtaining this data, you are agreeing to use and retain this data for strictly non-commercial research purposes, and affirm that you will not attempt to identify or re-identify individuals or groups of individuals from this data.** 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 15 IAT studies on the Project Implicit Demonstration site: - Age IAT - Arab-Muslim IAT - Asian IAT - Disability IAT - Gender-Career IAT - Gender-Science IAT - Native IAT - Presidents IAT - Race IAT - Religion IAT - Sexuality IAT - Skin-tone IAT - Transgender IAT - Weapons IAT - Weight IAT Most of the studies have been collecting data online for around 10 years. This OSF project will provide the archived data sets with codebooks for researchers who are interested in the PI demo site data to do their own analysis. Most of the data have not been well analyzed for publication. Given the length and consistence of the PI data collection, researchers may answer interesting and novel questions with the data sets. Each separate OSF sub-project will have data sets year by year and for all years, codebooks associated with data sets, and experiment materials used in the current version. Since the demo data are very large in size and complicated in format, each of the 14 projects will be archived based on their popularity, importance, and difficulty. If you have special interest in any of the data sets, please contact Project Implicit at for a special request of data processing.
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