Le Test des Associations Implicites (IAT) ou la mesure des évaluations automatiques d'objets d'attitudes : contribution critique à la validité des effets IAT d'attitudes

Abstract : The IAT is generally considered as an indirect measurement of strengths of associations between concepts, that is, constructs that people don't want and/or don't can report. For example, in the domain of attitudes, the IAT is supposed to measure automatic evaluations of attitudes objects. However, anyone has never really seek to verify this assumption and no model can explain how evaluations affect the IAT effects. As we tend to a better comprehension of the IAT effects, we have developed a theoretical model of this task and tested the hypothese that evaluations measured are automatic. Our results tend to point out that some conditions are necessary for measuring evaluations of interest and that this evaluations are somehow controllable.
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Delphine Chassard. Le Test des Associations Implicites (IAT) ou la mesure des évaluations automatiques d'objets d'attitudes : contribution critique à la validité des effets IAT d'attitudes. Psychologie. Université Nancy 2, 2006. Français. ⟨NNT : 2006NAN21022⟩. ⟨tel-01776198⟩

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