For ethical reasons, participants were also informed that both were intended as measures of sexual preference, but that the data were being collected anonymously and as such could not be directly traced to them. Heather Graham Chichester, UK: Biological Psychology. Consistent with Snowden et al. If participants confirmed they were willing to continue, they were presented with the information and consent booklet, described previously.
On the formation and persistence of implicit attitudes:
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Psychology Press; Colonialist at Copyright IP Pty Ltd. Search TNC: We also predicted that the overall IRAP effect would yield similarly high correlations with the explicit measures of sexual orientation to those reported by Snowden et al. Understanding implicit and explicit attitude change: