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Priming av rättvisa och lojalitet: effekter på implicita attityder

Wallace, John-Erik LU (2010) PSYK01 20091
Department of Psychology
Abstract
Abstract
The purpose of this study was to examine if priming of norms by using scrambled sentences can affect results on an implicit test. The primed norms were justice and loyalty. In addition there was a control group. As method for measuring the result we used a SPFT-test (Sorting Paired Features Task, Barn-Anan et al., 2009 ). This test is a variation of the well established Implicit Association Test (Greenwald et al., 1998). It is favorable because it has no restrictions of relative associations attributed to a contrasting object of the studied matter. The participants in the experiment consisted of 45 young students. The SPFT-test measured how strong the in group favoritism was for young people. Statistically significant result was... (More)
Abstract
The purpose of this study was to examine if priming of norms by using scrambled sentences can affect results on an implicit test. The primed norms were justice and loyalty. In addition there was a control group. As method for measuring the result we used a SPFT-test (Sorting Paired Features Task, Barn-Anan et al., 2009 ). This test is a variation of the well established Implicit Association Test (Greenwald et al., 1998). It is favorable because it has no restrictions of relative associations attributed to a contrasting object of the studied matter. The participants in the experiment consisted of 45 young students. The SPFT-test measured how strong the in group favoritism was for young people. Statistically significant result was obtained for the main hypothesis; priming for loyalty resulted in increased implicit in group reference. (Less)
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Wallace, John-Erik LU
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PSYK01 20091
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M2 - Bachelor Degree
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keywords
justice, implicit attitudes, implicit in group favoritism, loyalty, prejudice, priming
language
English
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1608978
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2010-06-14 13:41:00
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  abstract     = {Abstract
The purpose of this study was to examine if priming of norms by using scrambled sentences can affect results on an implicit test. The primed norms were justice and loyalty. In addition there was a control group. As method for measuring the result we used a SPFT-test (Sorting Paired Features Task, Barn-Anan et al., 2009 ). This test is a variation of the well established Implicit Association Test (Greenwald et al., 1998). It is favorable because it has no restrictions of relative associations attributed to a contrasting object of the studied matter. The participants in the experiment consisted of 45 young students. The SPFT-test measured how strong the in group favoritism was for young people. Statistically significant result was obtained for the main hypothesis; priming for loyalty resulted in increased implicit in group reference.},
  author       = {Wallace, John-Erik},
  keyword      = {justice,implicit attitudes,implicit in group favoritism,loyalty,prejudice,priming},
  language     = {eng},
  note         = {Student Paper},
  title        = {Priming av rättvisa och lojalitet: effekter på implicita attityder},
  year         = {2010},
}